Hullett House Hotel
Tsim Sha Tsui
Hong Kong is puzzlingly fond of demolishing its heritage buildings, so the transmogrification of the Victorian-era 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, (laptop) safe, 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 Stables Grill, and the heady thrill of a pint in the former cells that are part of the Mariners' Rest pub.
• 10 suites
❌No parking available
• Tsim Sha Tsui MRT Station, Star Ferry & Harbour Shopping Centre: 3-minute walk
• Hong Kong Airport: 40-minute drive
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