Hullett House Hotel
Tsim Sha Tsui
Hong Kong is fond of demolishing its heritage buildings, so the transformation of the Victorian-era, 1881 marine police headquarters at the southern tip of the Kowloon peninsula into a hotel was a welcome development. Better still, Hullett House has been wittily and intelligently furnished with 10 suites and five restaurants to become something rather more than simply a boutique hotel.
Each of the spacious suites is individually named and decorated, but left uncluttered, with little more than a bed, wooden floorboards, a wall-mounted TV and (in some cases) a fireplace. Mainland Chinese visitors go into raptures over the Casam suite, which is hung with modern art, and the glistening white Silvermine. Westerners tend to prefer oriental styles: Shek O is a riot of crimson chinoiserie. All suites have a balcony with view of the harbour, garden or courtyard, a (laptop) safe, a free minibar and a mobile phone with free (international) calls, 3G data and wi-fi hotspot.
Across the central courtyard (named Fifty Pigeons), there are gourmet Cantonese and European restaurants, garden seating outside at Stables Grill, and the heady thrill of a pint in the former cells that are part of the Mariners' Rest pub.
• 10 suites
• Hotel opened: November 2009
❌No parking available
• Tsim Sha Tsui MRT Station, Star Ferry & Harbour Shopping Centre: 3-minute walk
• Hong Kong Airport: 40-minute drive
Designed by famous local architects, Hong Kong's stylish Hotel ICON enjoys harbour views in bustling Tsim Sha Tsui.
Contemporary classic rooms feature dark ...
Hotel Stage is an urban lifestyle boutique-style hotel located in the heart of Hong Kong's Yau Ma Tei district. The property pays homage to the city's arti...
Located in the heart of Hong Kong’s famous Wan Chai business and entertainment district, The Fleming is a stylishly designed boutique hotel. A recent renovation&nbs...
There are no reviews yet.
Back to top