HotelsFullerton's first resort has just debuted while Accor adds a second MGallery outpost in the city.

There's one for Fullerton and another for MGallery in Hong Kong

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The Fullerton Ocean Park Hotel Hong Kong, located on the south side of Hong Kong Island, is just a stone's throw away from the Water World Ocean Park.
The Fullerton Ocean Park Hotel Hong Kong, located on the south side of Hong Kong Island, is just a stone's throw away from the Water World Ocean Park. Photo Credit: The Fullerton Hotels and Resorts

Hong Kong is seeing a flurry of hotel openings, with Singapore-based Fullerton Hotels and Resorts debut its first-ever property in the city while Accor adding a second hotel under its MGallery portfolio in the city.

The Fullerton Ocean Park Hotel Hong Kong

All rooms, from the standard guestroom to the suites, come with ocean-facing views.
All rooms, from the standard guestroom to the suites, come with ocean-facing views.

The Fullerton Hotels and Resorts' first-ever resort has just opened its doors on 18 July on the south side of Hong Kong Island, right alongside the coastline of the South China Sea.

Also the group's first property in Hong Kong, all 425 spacious guest rooms at The Fullerton Ocean Park Hotel Hong Kong offer panoramic views of the sea. In addition, two top-level signature suites both feature a private pool and an expansive outdoor terrace, and nine kids-themed rooms for families with young children in tow.

The Fullerton Ocean Park Hotel Hong Kong houses five different dining concepts. Jade, the signature Chinese restaurant of The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, offers a Cantonese fine dining experience. For contemporary and unique dining experiences, there’s the Lighthouse Lounge, Lighthouse Café and Satay Inn. Giardino, an oceanfront Italian restaurant, will soon open later this year.

A 24-hour gym, luxury spa and infinity pool cater to guests’ wellness demands. Other activities to do both from and within the hotel can be discovered at the F.U.N. Desk where a range of Fun, Unique, Neighbourhood and Nature-immersive programmes can be curated for all guests, including an educational experience for children to learn about marine life and sustainability.

The waterfront resort can be accessed via a 15-minute drive from Hong Kong's CBD. Guests staying at the hotel can look forward to visiting the nearby Water World Ocean Park, enjoying the bustling Southside neighbourhood, exploring Aberdeen’s multiple beaches and hiking trails, or immersing in the area’s culture at historical temples, fishing market, or art galleries.

AKI Hong Kong – MGallery

All rooms are furnished with lofty ceilings, natural wood tones, and artful mood lighting, to contribute to a calming stay for guests.
All rooms are furnished with lofty ceilings, natural wood tones, and artful mood lighting, to contribute to a calming stay for guests.

The launch of the 173-key AKI Hong Kong - MGallery in Wanchai comes hot on the heels of the Silveri Hong Kong, Accor's first MGallery’s hotel in the city which opened its doors to guests last month.

Guestrooms at the new boutique hotel are designed with a modern minimalist aesthetic with broad windows that overlook the city, with some rooms boasting 270-degree panoramas of the Hong Kong cityscape. All rooms feature premium king-sized beds, flat-screen TVs and bathroom amenities from Malin+Goetz in biodegradable bottles. There are 20 exclusive Japanese style tatami rooms featuring mattresses on tatami mat floors.

Rooms at AKI Hong Kong - MGallery are also equipped with smart living technology that allows guests to adjust the blinds, curtains, and temperature via a tablet control panel. When guests leave the room, the smart living technology will also automatically close the blinds and shut off air conditioning to conserve energy.

AKI Hong Kong houses two F&B options. Tangram restaurant serves up a range of interactive breakfasts and lively bento box lunches by day, and small plates, international tapas and ‘Japas’ for dinner, with a buzzy evening sake bar at night.

Uncle Ming’s Whisky Bar, on the 25th floor, stocks more than 80 international whiskies alongside sake, fine wines and champagne, where guests can engage the residential sommelier to guide them through a whisky tasting experience.

Amenities within the hotel include an open-concept co-working space, a 24-hour gym and the Lobby Lounge serving organic foods and fresh juices.

The shopping district of Causeway Bay and the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre can be accessed via a 10-minute walk from AKI Hong Kong. Nearby landmarks that are conveniently accessible also include the Hong Kong Arts Centre, Tamar Park, Wanchai Heritage Trail, and the many restaurants and bars of Lockhart Road.

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