HotelsAs its name suggests, the 206-key Silveri Hong Kong is decked out in silver décor and oozes modern luxury.

MGallery debuts sparkly new hotel in Hong Kong

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Guests arriving at the hotel will be greeted by a silver water drop sculpture, alongside a welcome drink.
Guests arriving at the hotel will be greeted by a silver water drop sculpture, alongside a welcome drink. Photo Credit: MGallery Hotel Collection

The Silveri Hong Kong is MGallery Hotel Collection’s very first hotel in Hong Kong that launched in June this year, located within a mixed-use commercial complex five minutes away from the Hong Kong International Airport and 30 minutes from the city centre.

Reflective silvery furnishings from the lobby to the outdoor sculpture garden can be found scattered throughout the 206-room hotel whose name and design was inspired by the historic silver mines of Hong Kong’s Lantau Island.

Within the hotel, guests will also find an outdoor garden, a 25m swimming pool, expansive lawns and a fitness area. The suites are situated circumferential to the outdoor garden overlooking the hills of Lantau, featuring al fresco terraces fitted with a private plunge pool or heated jacuzzi.

The Silveri Suite comes with its own private outdoor pool.
The Silveri Suite comes with its own private outdoor pool.

There are three F&B options housed in the hotel. The Pavilion bar presents a space for guests to sip on cocktails while enjoying views of the sunset. The Enclave, an upscale modern bistro, serves up Chef Danny Grimshaw’s culinary inspirations from his travels around Australia, Thailand and Hong Kong. And there’s Fresh, a daily coffee bar offering small bites.

The Silveri Hong Kong can cater to small and medium size corporate meetings as well with The Drawing Room and The Boardroom that both feature high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows that let in natural daylight.

Under MGallery's signature Memorable Moments concept, the hotel team can help curate unique guest experiences like private helicopter tours above Lantau; hiking adventures in Tai O; or excursions to nearby tourist attractions such as the world-famous Tian Tan Buddha, Po Lin Monastery, and Hong Kong Disneyland.

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