Located in the heart of Wan Chai, The St. Regis Hong Kong is not only the main business district of Hong Kong, but also the main hub of cultural and artistic institutions in history. The hotel will open on the 11th of April of 2019 and will be the most anticipated five-star luxury hotel in the region.
The hotel is adjacent to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre and is surrounded by Chinese and foreign cultural and art institutions. The St. Regis Hong Kong reflects the vision of Hong Kong’s famous interior designer André Fu, combining the timeless elegance of the St. Regis brand with architectural creativity and cultural diversity.
The opening of the hotel is particularly important for the St. Regis brand, not only as a landmark opening in Hong Kong, but also as a model property in a luxury hotel industry, setting a new benchmark for the next generation of St. Regis hotels worldwide.
The unique style of the St. Regis Hong Kong and the modern interior design were created by the award-winning designer Fu Houmin, who also pays tribute to Hong Kong’s profound history and culture. Drawing on his own memories of growing up in Hong Kong and the characteristics of the St. Regis in New York, Fu Houmin creates a home atmosphere for entertaining guests and an ideal place to meet.
The St. Regis Hong Kong also offers a wealth of excellent dining options. The French restaurant L’Envol and the Chinese restaurant “Run” are all run by Michelin-starred chefs. The Drawing Room offers St. Regis classic afternoon tea and The St. Regis Bar offers signature cocktails. The hotel has 112 rooms and 17 suites ranging in size from 50 square meters to 240 square meters. Guests can enjoy a personalized 24/7 St. Regis butler service and e-butler service, as well as other amenities.
Upon checking Marriott’s site on the property, the hotel is bookable from the 12th April with several dates already sold out. This will be a category 8 property within the Marriott Bonvoy loyalty program, you may find this much anticipated hotel sometimes has room rates higher than the already world renowned Ritz Carlton Hong Kong hotel.