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Individually designed suites conjure up memories of Old Hong Kong

Hullett House debuts much anticipated design-led heritage hotel

The design-led, all suite heritage hotel that occupies the upper floors of Hullett House offers guests a refined and elegant experience that is reminiscent of Hong Kong’s vibrant past. Conveniently located on Canton Road in Tsim Sha Tsui, in a magnificent white-stucco colonial building dating from 1881, Hullett House provides a collection of bespoke, individually hand-crafted suites that join the property’s five popular dining and entertainment venues in this elegant celebration of old Hong Kong.

The suites, which range in size from 800 to 1,100 square feet, feature spacious private terraced balconies and breathtaking views of Hong Kong’s famous skyline, with sweeping lawns and gardens below. 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.

Owned and managed by aqua restaurant group, the hotel and suites were personally designed by David Yeo, the group’s founder and managing director. Yeo says Hullett House is the group’s “passion project” and one which he describes as a “gift of old Hong Kong, for the people of new Hong Kong.”

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