Billed as the ‘home of urban explorers’, Page Hotels’ Hong Kong property –– is located in between the Jordan and Tsim Sha Tsui MTR stations. For this lifestyle boutique hotel, architects took New York’s Flatiron Building as an inspiration to come up with a dark, sleek aluminium facade, paying tribute to the city’s modern skyscrapers and futuristic skyline.
All 197 rooms at Page148 feature floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the Kowloon Cricket Club. The design brief here calls for a minimalist yet functional approach to cater to the needs of modern travellers. Six room types are available, from the standard two-person rooms to family rooms that can host up to four guests. Bathroom amenities are courtesy of Appelles Apothecary & Lab, an Australian cruelty-free, all-natural hair- and skincare label.
Like, its sister property in London, Page148 takes a no-fuss approach to its facilities. The hotel’s lobby features communal tables and movable seats that acts as a space to both mingle or spend some quiet time with a laptop or book. On the same floor, you’ll also find , a cafe offering a selection of artisanal coffee and light meals.
Page148’s offerings are all about tapping into the millennial traveller’s mindset. The brand takes coffee very seriously, and each room features Page Common blend coffee drip-bags to ensure guests are well caffeinated. A 4G pocket Wi-Fi device is also included in selected room types, allowing guests to explore the bustling neighbourhood of Tsim Sha Tsui – and share updates in real time.
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