Nestled amongst the luscious hills leading up to Victoria Peak, with its’ mountainous green backdrop and stunning views across the harbour, The Upper House is a true oasis right at the pulse of bustling Hong Kong.
Designed by well renown local designer Andre Fu, the hotel is a magnificent wonderment in refinement and balance. Rooms are minimal, yet thoughtfully considered to the last detail. Clever compartments conceal a well equipped kitchen, snacks and beverages, whilst an iPhone keeps you up-to-date with the hotel’s information and guide to the city.
Conventional check-ins are done away with, instead replaced by staff with iPads who take care of business efficiently and with ease. This leaves guests free to first settle into their rooms or enjoy a drink at the hotel’s Sky Lounge.
With space often a luxury in Hong Kong, the hotel has placed great importance on its bathrooms. Generous in size, each are fitted with a spa bath overlooking stunning scenic views, a waterfall shower and the tranquil environs to completely unwind and rejuvenate.
Unique commissioned artworks and sculptures decorate the gentle interiors including unique wood-grain sandstone sculptures by Marvin Mintofang and the impressive sculpture piece by Hiroshiwata Sawada, spanning over ten-storeys in the hotel’s atrium.
A visit to the hotel’s secluded lawn feels as if you are floating amongst the clouds, making it a perfect place to come to relax or take part in one of the yoga classes offered on the weekends.
What lies at the heart of The Upper House is a pure sense of serenity and sophistication, a true indulgence for the senses.
The Upper House
Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Hong Kong