Boutique Hotel Hullett House Kowloon Hong Kong
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1881 Heritage, 2A Canton Road
Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
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Hullett House‘s celebration of old Hong Kong sensibilities and its array of dining options, drinking havens and distinctive luxury suites are to become a landmark destination in the city. Situated in the colonial white-stucco building that was formerly the Marine Police Headquarters on Canton Road.
Hullett House is a celebration of Hong Kong’s rich and vibrant “East meets West” heritage. The design-led heritage building consists of an intimate hotel and seven restaurants and bars. The property and its various elements are all housed within the former Marine Police Headquarters, one of the oldest buildings in Hong Kong dating back to 1881, and is a rare example of magnificent colonial architecture.
The design-led, all-suite heritage hotel occupying the upper floors of Hullett House offers guests a refined and elegant experience that is reminiscent of Hong Kong’s vibrant past. The suites, which range in size from 880 to 940 sq ft, are each individually-designed to reflect a distinct period in Hong Kong’s history and is named after one of Hong Kong’s numerous bays, in homage to the building’s history as the former Marine Police headquarters.
Historic landmark declared a monument since 1994
24-hour reception and concierge service
Seven unique food and beverage outlets
Convenient access to high-end boutiques and stores
Meeting and event facilities with audio-visual conference equipment
The design-led, all-suite heritage hotel occupying the upper floors of Hullett House offers guests a refined and elegant experience that is reminiscent of Hong Kong’s vibrant past. Each suite is individually designed to reflect a distinct period in Hong Kong’s history and is named after one of Hong Kong’s numerous bays, in homage to the building’s history as the former Marine Police headquarters.
South Bay Suite
Located in an exclusive corner of Hullett House, the South Bay suite would suit Art Deco lovers, with its lush aubergine-black carpets, velvet hand-stitched wall panels, silverleaf headboard, black-and-white marble bathroom, and black crystal pelmets. This gorgeous room draws upon influences from the Art Deco movement, reflected in its lavish opulence full of bespoke grandeur and elegance. The room is also suffused with natural light thanks to five doors that open out onto the three spacious private balconies.
Deep Water Bay Suite
The Deep Water Bay suite bursts with vibrancy and energy featuring boldly coloured China pop-art paintings and larger-than-life statues delivering an invigorating visual experience. Tongue-in-cheek sequence scenes of Chairman Mao blowing bubbles and a large white ceramic pig sculpture are just a couple of examples of the inspiration pieces that create the whimsical feeling of the 800+ square foot room. The Deep Water Bay suite has the largest bathroom of all the rooms and promises a progressive, imaginative environment in stark contrast to the elegant, colonial exterior of Hullett House.
Stanley Bay Suite
A calming turquoise hand-painted wall canvas featuring bamboo trellis’ and delicate songbirds paired with bird cages, white bamboo furnishings, and an original fireplace from the 1800s, the suite evokes a warm, almost serene feeling reminiscent of the English countryside. The wall art itself is a talking point as it features the 26 birds, each representing one of the 26 provinces of China present at the time of the building of Hullett House. The bathroom room is similarly decorated in elegant shades of soft green and white, with a large bathtub and Lalique chandelier, standing rainforest shower and twin sinks. Natural light comes from the French windows that lead out to a spacious balcony with views of Hong Kong’s high-energy cityscape.
Ma Wan Suite
Those wishing to experience a taste of Imperial China will undoubtedly relish the Ma Wan suite. This room’s most striking feature is the full-sized Confucian Temple which stands above the four-poster bed, accented by bold red, white, green, and yellow designs with hand-carved bedside lamps and throne chairs against an entirely hand-painted wall mural depicting an Chinese rural scene of the Tang Dynasty farmers working in the fields. Pure Chinatown to some and elaborate Oriental decor to others, a stay in the Ma Wan suite is a definite must for all lovers of Chinese arts and crafts.
Entirely white from floor to ceiling, the Silvermine suite is warmly nicknamed Hullett House’s “Honeymoon Room”. The suite is an exclusive corner room with four doors leading out to expansive terraces and private balconies all with views of Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour. With white-on-white ornately-carved room furnishings evocative of Louis XIV, this soft and delicate room is ideal for those seeking a decadent ‘blanc de Chine’ experience and perfect for honeymooning couples. The bathroom is also completely pristine and white, with a clawed-foot bathtub and a crystal chandelier hanging above, in what the designer describes as “the ultimate luxury”.
Shek O Suite
The Shek O suite is inspired by the designer’s first impressions of Hong Kong antique shops on Hollywood Road when bold shades of red lacquer and gold where de’riguer. Featuring rich tapestry and inlaid woodwork one would expect to find in the homes of wealthy, traditional Chinese families, the room is highlighted by shades of striking red with fine gold. Located on the second floor, this room also features striking hardwood floors, and a spacious bathroom featuring a claw-foot bathtub in addition to a rainforest shower.
Kat O Suite
Bold and brooding, the Scottish inspired Kat O suite welcomes guests with deep, dark hardwood floors and a foyer that features a hand painted library wall mural. Black and white thistle-patterned wall fabric from Paris accents the room’s décor while sturdy leather Chesterfield lounge chairs facing the original fireplace makes a romantic yet manly statement. The room is finished with an antler chandelier this room pays homage to the Scottish descendants of Hong Kong’s founding colonial fathers. The all-black bathroom is mirrored and spacious, with ‘his and hers’ sinks, a standing shower and an oversized bathtub.
Pui O Suite
No reflection of China’s décor influences would be complete without a representation of Shanghai in the 1930s, and the Pui O room alludes to this with its dark-stained wooden flooring, Art Deco furnishing and stained glass panelling, and cut glass table lamps. All are examples of the lavish Art Deco influences found in old Hong Kong teahouses of the 1920s and 1930s. Refined and tastefully eclectic, the bathroom of Pui O has also features black-and-white checked floor tiles, an oversized bathtub and a rainforest shower.
Tai O Suite
Featuring light green and bold orange walls with gold trim, the Tai O suite is inspired by Prince Regent’s love of all things chinoiserie. Deep orange-gold Ming Dynasty Court murals on wall panels throughout the room with regal overtures in furnishing choices drawing upon the finest of chinoiserie décor and styling in a manner that exudes ornate elegance. This elegant room, described by the designer as “pure regency.. chinoiserie gone mad”, is replete and resplendent. The bathroom features an oversized bathtub and rain shower.
Tung O Suite
Possibly the most luxuriously appointed of all of Hullett House’s hotel rooms, the Tung O suite is situated in the secluded West Corner of the second floor and looks down on Canton Road, also known as the “Rodeo Drive of Hong Kong”. Featuring three balconies and terraces, the interior is impressively decorated with black walls and gold highlights. Inspired by classic Chinese black lacquer furniture, the Tung O suite is an indulgent and luxurious manifestation of the play between black and gold. The room’s bathroom has a claw-foot, free standing bathtub, shimmering gold tile floor, and black bathroom fixtures with gold hardware.
Suite Features and Amenities
Welcome fruit basket
King-sized bed with luxurious mattress
100% cotton bed linen and duvet
Selection of feather and foam pillows
Aromatherapy Associates bath essentials
Shower stall and bathtub* (for selected suites)
46-inch IPTV with local and international TV channels and radios
Iron and ironing board available upon request
Handy smartphone providing complimentary IDD and local calls,
and unlimited 3G Internet
In-room safe for valuables
Complimentary in-house movies
Complimentary use of minibar including alcoholic drinks
Complimentary local calls
Complimentary local newspaper
Complimentary wireless broadband Internet access
Mood lighting system
Spacious balcony with comfy sofa
In the style of a French Maison, the room’s exquisite carvings, century-old wooden floors, and original fireplace created the perfect setting for a date to linger over bespoke champagnes and seafood pairings in a luxurious style.
Cuisine Champagne Gallery offers a range of gastronomic seafood selection which goes perfectly well with Champagne. On the extensive drink list are Champagnes from world-renowned producers G.H. Mumm and Perrier-Jouët. Those seeking refreshing alternatives can try the signature Champagne cocktails which mirror the elegance and flamboyance of Champagne Gallery. Design The room’s pure white walls, exquisite carvings, century-old wooden floors, stunning chandeliers and original fireplace created the perfect setting for gourmands to linger over bespoke champagnes and seafood pairings in a luxurious, distinguished style.
Loong Toh Yuen is Hullett House’s signature Chinese dining restaurant. Embodying elements of old Hong Kong teahouse culture and King George IV chinoiserie in its inspired décor, Loong Toh Yuen revives long-lost Hong Kong dishes and offers a comprehensive selection of classic dim sum and Chinese tea.
Cuisine Loong Toh Yuen focuses on rejuvenated Cantonese cuisine. Chefs at Loong Toh Yuen have adapted Hong Kong classics that blend the traditional with contemporary. Dim sum is available in the afternoons with an à la carte menu provided in the evenings. Design The main dining area of Loong Toh Yuen draws upon Hong Kong’s vibrant Chinese culture, merging themes of the city’s markets with King George IV’s Chinese-inspired dining room. The result is a sophisticated blend of classic Hong Kong teahouses and Brighton’s Royal Pavilion, where King George IV’s chinoiserie style is best experienced.
Main dining room: 56 diners
Tea Room: 40 diners
Yuen Yuet Heen: 24 diners
Weddings and events
Located in the Tsim Sha Tsui’s romantic historical landmark 1881 Heritage, Hullett House has been transformed from the 132-year-old former Marine Police Headquarters into the perfect setting for a colonial inspired wedding.
The hotel grounds offer both indoor and outdoor venue options for hosting wedding ceremonies and banquets, Chinese and Western culinary delights, 10 individually designed hotel suites, and professional wedding consultation services to create the ultimate dream wedding experience for guests.
Private check-in and check-out
Daily turndown service
Complimentary shoe shining service
In-room dining from a selection of 7 unique restaurants
Laundry and dry cleaning (express service available on request)
Private heritage tour
Avenue of Stars
Located on the Tsim Sha Tsui promenade, the Avenue of Stars pays tribute to Hong Kong’s rich cinematic tradition and the names that helped make the city the “Hollywood of the East”. The attraction also offers incredible panoramic views of the famed Victoria Harbour and the stunning Hong Kong skyline, making it the perfect place to watch “A Symphony of Lights,” a multimedia show that takes place every night at 8pm.
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