Little Tai Hang Opens: Design Centric Boutique Hotel and Serviced Apartments with Neighbourhood Charm

Design centric boutique hotel and serviced apartments, Little Tai Hang in the quaint neighbourhood of Tai Hang provides a truly unique hospitality experience with real personality and extraordinary charm. Officially welcoming guests from 27 March, the residence offers a neighbourhood lifestyle choice complete with local cuisine, living and design brands under one roof – a truly modern Hong Kong cultural experience. Bookings can now be made via the website.

“We are thrilled to announce the opening of Little Tai Hang, and to offer guests genuine experiences in the real Hong Kong. As a Hong Konger myself, I am excited about what the city has to offer, and so we designed Little Tai Hang to bring Hong Kong’s unique modern culture into the living space while providing an upscale experience for business and leisure travellers alike. Sophisticated yet down to earth, quiet yet in the heart of the city. These contrasts bring an edge to the property that we hope appeals to those looking for something off the beaten track yet totally accessible,” said Tommy Watari Pao, the founder and creative mind behind Little Tai Hang.

Located just footsteps from Causeway Bay, tucked away in the quaint streets of Tai Hang and the green landscape of Victoria Park, Little Tai Hang is a neighbourhood destination which celebrates the character and charm of Hong Kong with bespoke artisanal touches. As an area that is also full of history, culture, and great local eats, it has recently become a melting pot for savvy locals and curious international travellers alike.

Design-orientated with creativity and quirkiness seen throughout the space, Little Tai Hang is purpose-built to provide quality hospitality with real personality, a concept developed by Tommy Pao, founder, architect and cultural advocate of the project. The interiors are full of bespoke and characterful touches, and the layouts were lovingly designed to complement and frame one of the most defining characteristics of the building: 82 of the 91 rooms in the first phase will have stunning views that sweep across Victoria Park and Hong Kong Harbor, with the rest overlooking the Lin Fa Kung Temple and lush green mountains to the south. In one of the most densely populated cities in the world today, views like this are incredibly few and far between, and serve as the finishing touch to a warm and welcoming stay.

Convenience and accessibility is also another key benefit. Located within close walking distance to the MTR, Victoria Park and Causeway Bay, Little Tai Hang is easily accessible to Central and Hong Kong East, making it a convenient, hidden-yet-handy gem. Surrounding the property will be six upcoming or recently released luxury residential projects including Pavilia Hill, Warrenwoods, The Warren, Park Haven, Yoo Residence and Jones Hive, representing strong residential demand and bringing a new, young and invigorating demographic into the neighborhood.

Guests and future residents of the property will be pampered with top-of-the-line personal services and facilities, including the fitness room, lounge, laundry room and function room, and daily concierge services will help with guidance and recommendation on how to make the most of your stay.

As a destination, Little Tai Hang has attracted two exciting F&B concepts. Second Draft, a convivial neighbourhood gastropub, offers a comprehensive beverage menu including fresh & locally brewed beers by the Young Master Brewery along with creative dishes by the award-wining Chef May Chow. Restaurant BOND by the Three Monkeys serves comfort fare designed to share in a casual, welcoming hang-out for family and friends to gather and, as the name suggests, bond.

Little Tai Hang is the place for everyone – for in-the-know travellers to immerse themselves into authentic Hong Kong culture, for inquisitive city walkers to experience the hidden stories in the neighbourhood and for trendsetters to catch the latest art fashion and culinary scene in the city.

98 Tung Lo Wan Road, Hong Kong

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