138.04 / Night
A spacious intimate escape that is a ray of luxury on the dark side of West Kowloon Hong Kong.
138.04 for 1 Night
18 Hoi Fai Road, West Kowloon, Hong Kong
Hong Kong International Airport
Hong Kong Harbour
Hong Kong Museum of History
The Olympian Hong Kong welcomed its first guests in March 2016. Developed by Sino Hotels, the hospitality arm of Sino Group with vast experience in Hong Kong and Singapore with iconic properties such as The Pottinger in Hong Kong and The Fullerton Hotel and The Fullerton Bay Hotel in Singapore.
Be sure to request the Suite rooms that face the Victoria Harbour where you have full visibility of the ICC – International Commerce Centre, the tallest building in Hong Kong. Each evening, you get to enjoy the groundbreaking new LED light show that set a new Guinness World Record for the “largest light and sound show on a single building” using a total of 50,000 square meters on two facades of the International Commerce Center.
Arrive in style as the hotel’s Mercedes Benz or Rolls Royce drives you up an impressive driveway of a luxury residential development – One Silver Sea. The Olympian Hong Kong takes up an entire floor where you can easily access all the rooms and amenities of the dining lounge, state-of-the-art gym and laundry room - all just a few steps away without waiting for the elevator. Although it’s hard to tear yourself away from your very spacious suite where the full-length windows in front of your King bed and the inviting bath offers a view of the Victoria Harbour waterfront and beautiful greenery that landscapes it. You even get your personal Victoria Harbour light show each evening at 8 pm. Besides the very inviting bath, the incredible 3.3 metres tall rain showers will have you “singing in the rain” while getting ready for the day. The interior design embraces that of a contemporary residence with modern Asian touches as the decor and amenities have been carefully thought out to create an ambience for the luxury-seeking traveller. Masculine hardwood floors, plush velvet furnishings, objets d'art displays complement the warm colour palette used in the design while the abundance of beautiful floral arrangements throughout brings a feminine elegance.
You can easily access the central district on Hong Kong Island via the subway a few minutes walk away or the historic Star Ferry that takes you across the Victoria Harbour in 10 minutes. Closer to home in Kowloon, the popular Mong Kok and Tsim Sha Tsui neighbourhood offer a rich array of shopping and dining choices ranging from outdoor street markets to glitzy shopping malls, from street food to trendy harbour-front bars and restaurants.
The attentive guest service team are always on hand to greet you personally and offer you local insider tips to navigate this fragrant harbour that is Hong Kong, with its rich contrast of modern and traditions, urban sky scrappers and rural mountains and islands.