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Hullet House: Mao awaits you in this memorably luxurious colonial residence


Close to the ferry port, the former maritime police head quarters​​ ranks high on the list of Leading Hotels of the World.

Hullett House, built in 1881, combines the beauty of a vast colonial residence with a prime location in the heart of Hong Kong. A rarity. You are but a few metres from Victoria Bay, close to the ferry port.

The building, which is the former maritime police headquarters, is a Hong Kong heritage building, and second on the list of Leading Hotels of the World. There are only 10 suites, between 82 and 87 square metres, on two floors, served by elegant corridors. They are named after Hong Kong's inlets and are distinguished by unique and refined interior design.

The Casam Suite plays the contemporary card and is decorated with Mao portraits by contemporary artists. The Shek O suite, all in red, takes you back to the China of yesteryear. Also have a look at the Aldridge, a sober, warm setting in black and white.

Hullet House
2A, Canton Road
Tsim Sha Tsui
Hong Kong

+852 3988 0000

Rooms: from 6,000 HKD

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