IT WAS VERY UNQUE HOTEL N SURROUNDING IS VERY GOOD FOR SHOPPING N SIGHT SEEING. See full review
Mar 8, 2012
Housed in a magnificent colonial building dating back to 1881, Hullett House is a celebration of Hong Kong rich East meets West heritage. Guests can stay in a Chinese Imperial suite with hand-painted Qing dynasty murals and a bed fit for an Emperor, an elegant English pastoral suite decorated in restful greens with 26 hand-painted native songbirds or a vibrant China pop-art suite. There are ten individually-designed suites, each with its own terrace and modern amenities such as free Wi-Fi, rain-head showers and surround sound. The bespoke Hong Kong experience extends to the dining table with the House five fine restaurants including St. George with its dining room reminiscent of a 19th-century gentlemens club and fine French cuisine. This highly-acclaimed hotel is ideally situated in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui, near the Star Ferry, and provides access to high-end shopping on Canton Road.
Hong Kong Intl Airport, (HKG), 34.00, KM, NE;
City Center, Located in Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon opposite the Cultural Centre
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