The hotel's architect chose Hong Kong for his ode to Lake Tuve in Sweden. He has transposed his emotions about the lake into the hotels design, with the result being one of the very few minimalist buildings in the city.
It promises a unique experience even before you have entered. There is no sign to the reception, which is on the second floor of this beautiful edifice in Causeway Bay. ‘We wanted to play with the sense of exploration and discovery for our guests,' said the designer. Do not be intimidated by the large sculpted iron wall at the entrance, nor the dark corridors. They hide a haven of peace in the heart of the city.
Each floor has only three rooms, all very comfortable. Enjoy the wide beds, and relax in the beautiful marble bathrooms. The minimalist design will bring a certain freshness to your stay, contrasting nicely with the dampness of the city. A rarity.
16, Tsing Fung Street
Rooms: from 1,500 HKD