Little Tai Hang: Hong Kong’s Latest Boutique Hotel

A One Bedroom Standard Harbour View room at Little Tai Hang.

A One-Bedroom Standard Harbour View room at Little Tai Hang.

A new design-centric hotel and collection of serviced apartments is set to open in Hong Kong’s charming neighborhood of Tai Hang.

Welcoming its first guests on March 27, Little Tai Hang is well positioned for an immersive city break. The surrounding area is a compact blend of the traditional—as evidenced by the incense-clad Fire Dragon dances at the Mid-Autumn Festival—and a growing array of watering holes and small restaurants that draw discerning residents. The property stands just minutes away on foot from the bustling retail and entertainment district of Causeway Bay, not to mention the verdant expanses of Victoria Park.

The sleek, cozy interiors have been designed to complement and frame the sweeping views that stretch out over the park toward Hong Kong’s iconic harbour. As many as 82 of the 91 rooms come with these signature vistas, while the remainder overlook Lin Fa Kung Temple and the lush green mountains to the south.

Guests and residents of the brand-new property can expect several amenities on-site, including a fitness room, lounge, laundry room, and function room, while daily concierge services will help with guidance and recommendations on how to make the most of your stay.

Little Tai Hang also contains two eateries under its roof. Second Draft, a neighborhood gastropub, offers a comprehensive drinks menu including locally brewed beers by the Young Master Brewery, while its creative dishes were conceived by May Chow, who was recently crowned Asia’s Best Female Chef 2017. Restaurant Bond by the Three Monkeys—a contemporary izakaya over in Sheung Wan—serves comfort fare designed to share in a casual gathering spot for family and friends.

For more information, visit Little Tai Hang.

Little Tai Hang's intimate lobby.

Little Tai Hang’s intimate lobby.

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