Hong Kong Hotel and Event Venue Openings & Renovations
As of this year, Hong Kong is home to 285 hotels, offering 79,944 rooms. In recent months the city has seen an influx of iconic hotel brand names on both sides of the Victoria Harbour, including the opening of the 336-room Murray Hong Kong and the 671-room Hotel Vic. Following are recently opened and upcoming hotels and convention spaces.
ACE which stands for Arts, Commerce, Exhibition, will include the first Hong Kong exhibition center set in a downtown art district, complemented by retail, dining and entertainment facilities. The exhibition center will provide come 470,000 square feet of commerce, as well as exhibition and event space, offering flexible configurations. Slated to be completed by 2023, ACE will also feature a hotel and rental offices.
Hong Kong Ocean Park Marriott, located on the southern coast of Hong Kong Island, is in soft opening phast with 471 guest rooms and more than 14,000 square feet of event space, including an expansive ballroom. Its grand opening is slated for January.
Opening early next year, Rosewood Hong Kong will be the city’s first luxury property in the new Victoria Dockside arts and culture district in Tsim Sha Tsui. The hotel will occupy 43 floors of a multiuse tower, featuring 413 guest rooms, including 90 suites each with butler service, eight dining options, a fitness center and swimming pool, Rosewood’s holistic wellness concept and the Manor Club executive lounge. In addition, it will offer 34,000 square feet of meetings and event space with harbor views.
The St. Regis Hong Kong, currently scheduled to debut in June 2019, will offer 129 guest rooms as well as more than 15,000 square feet of event space, including a 6,889-square-foot ballroom and prefunction space measuring 3,444 square feet. Other amenities will include a heated swimming pool, butler service and its Presidential Suite.
InterContinental Hong Kong is expected to close for a major renovation in early 2020, with the entire renovation taking 12-16 months, and will be rebranded Regent Hong Kong upon reopening. The total transformation will span all guest rooms and suites including all public areas, restaurants and event venues.