Urban Zen in the heart of Hong Kong.
Natural materials used in a minimal way have created a hotel that is the very embodiment of the Japanese term Wabi - the notion of reducing something down until all superfluous elements have been discarded. Designed by Andre Fu Upper House is distinguished throughout by a sophisticated sense of calm, yet it is at the same time distinctly and unmistakably Asian. People who appreciate attention to detail will love this place.
Situated in the Admiralty area of Hong Kong, which is an extension of the Central shopping region. Within walking distance you can fill all of your shopping needs, from exclusive boutiques to high-end designer brands, you will certainly be spoiled for choice. Being only a few minutes walk from Admiralty metro station, you can access this city's various other popular destinations with ease.
Limestone, oak, ash, wool, leather, tatami, silk, and other pale, natural materials have been used to create an environment that is both calm, sensual and sophisticated. The rooms are larger than most hotels, starting at a size of 730 sq.
Called Cafe Gray Deluxe, you would imagine this gourmet cafe gets its name from the colour scheme, but in fact, the name refers to the chef, Gray Kunz. Watch the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong play out below with its sweeping panoramic views.
With a 14m long bar, the Café Gray bar on the 49th floor is not only a stylish place for a drink but also one of the best views in town.
Set into the rising slope that eventually becomes Hong Kong's famous Peak, Upper House is in one of the most desirable locations of Central Hong Kong. Because it is set back it enjoys a sweeping view of the city and the harbour.
Pacific Place, 88 Queensway
Hong Kong - Hong Kong
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