The design of St Regis Hong Kong is modern, luxurious and culture-inspired
Located in the commercial and cultural hub of Wan Chai, a few steps from the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre and Golden Bauhinia Square, The St Regis Hong Kong occupies a 27-storey building with 129 guest rooms and suites. “Hong Kong has long been considered the point of convergence for East and West, and we are thrilled to open the first St Regis property in this exciting destination,” says Lisa Holladay, global brand leader for St Regis Hotels & Resorts. “The hotel’s incredible architecture and design beautifully capture the beauty of the city through the lens of St Regis’ signature glamorous spirit and sophistication.”
Mixing classic and contemporary elements, the refined yet inviting spaces, shaped by renowned interior designer Andre Fu, were inspired by the rich culture and heritage of the city, and reflect a residential feel. Born in Hong Kong and educated in England, Andre drew on personal memories for the design.
Written by Karine Monie.
Entertainment areas have always been a focal point for the hotel brand, and the ones in this new hotel are designed with a cosy and convivial air.
In every room and suite featuring wood flooring and Asian touches, floorto- ceiling windows offer harbour and city views.
In the bathrooms, deep soaking bathtubs invite guests to rest in a timeless atmosphere where everything has been made to feel like home.
The metal grillwork and marble cladding lend the bathroom a chic New York flair.
In all areas of The St Regis Hong Kong, Andre has combined diverse artisanal and cultural details to achieve an aesthetic that epitomises effortless luxury.