Staycations are here to stay as international travel out of Hong Kong is still somewhat of a daydream with the existing hotel quarantine. However, have a look at a fresh line-up of hotel openings that gives you new options to experience different facilities and experiences
Meaning clear, bright crystal in Japanese, Aki invites guests to experience its stylish, innovative living design, on-trend dining concepts, and thoughtful opportunities for wellness. Radiating positive energy and offering an intelligent living concept, this hotel in the vibrant multicultural district of Wanchai offers a new range of experiences.
Bringing Japanese spirit to Hong Kong, the tatami rooms offer comfort and a unique guest experience. As an add-on feature, whisky enthusiasts can visit Uncle Ming’s, a high-altitude whisky bar for those who want to enjoy their drinks with a bit of a view. Aki also has an evening sake bar where you can savour a selection of tapas.
The Fullerton Ocean Park Hotel
Nestled in the southside of Hong Kong Island with breathtaking views of the South China Sea, The Fullerton Ocean Park Hotel calls guests for extraordinary adventures. Apart from visiting the Water World Ocean Park, guests can explore the charms of the dynamic Southside neighbourhood – from taking the sights at Aberdeen’s numerous beaches and leisurely hiking trails to rediscovering Hong Kong’s historical temples and fishing market.
All 425 guest rooms enjoy panoramic views of the sea, with two top-level signature suites featuring a private pool and an expansive outdoor terrace. With the nine kids-themed rooms, a family getaway is not a problem. Five dining concepts are also on offer, including Cantonese fine dining restaurant, Jade (the signature Chinese restaurant of The Fullerton Hotel Singapore), the Lighthouse Lounge, Lighthouse Cafe, Satay Inn and the yet-to-open oceanfront Italian restaurant for alfresco dining, Giardino.
The Silveri Hong Kong – MGallery
The Silveri Hong Kong offers guests a unique blend of sleek modernity, lush natural gardens, environmentally-conscious credentials, and innovative food and drinks. Being MGallery’s first hotel in Hong Kong, it presents unique guestroom and suite features that appeal to domestic and international travellers alike.
Arriving at the right time of peak summer, The Silvery Hong Kong offers a stylish 25-meter swimming pool, expansive lawns, and a well-equipped fitness area. In addition, a dozen extraordinary signature suites present an outdoor plunge pool or private outdoor heated Jacuzzi.
Upcoming: Le Meridien
With Le Meridien re-opening soon in Cyberport, guests can experience multiple new facilities, including restaurants, a gym, and a swimming pool. This summer, Le Meridien’s 170 new contemporary rooms and suites will be unveiled, bringing with it a complete redesign and renovation.
Though the complete opening of the hotel is yet to come, the property already welcomes guests to its dining experiences. Nam Fong serves creative Cantonese cuisines, surprising diners with traditional tastes presented with creativity. Its signature specialities include refined dim sum, sweet and sour Iberico pork, and pickled mustard green soup. A contemporary all-day-dining restaurant fusing classic European cuisine, Southside bistro, and Japanese izakaya, Umami, also invites guests for mouth-watering food journeys.