The Hilton Garden Inn debut in Hong Kong supports the brand’s Asian expansion, offering travellers a new business and leisure experience.
Hilton Garden Inn has opened in Hong Kong. The 258-room property is the first hotel to see fruition in the SAR since 1990. Occupying a prime location in Mongkok, a popular Kowloon shopping district, it is surrounded by attractions that include shopping malls, street bazaars, and nightspots.
Strategically positioned, the vacation spot is no more than a kilometre away from the Mongkok MTR station, a hub which provides connections to Hong Kong International Airport. Meanwhile, the famed Disneyland is short distance from the new landmark location by the worldwide hospitality chain.
Optimising comfort and luxury, each room is designed with floor-to-ceiling windows to afford panoramic views and comprehensive amenities. Conveniences include work stations with ergonomic chairs, safes, flat-screen televisions with cable, bedding with hypoallergenic pillows, and coffee and tea.
Hilton Garden Inn Hong Kong Mongkok is also equipped with a rooftop swimming pool and 24-hour gym—both facilities boast scenic vistas of Victoria Harbor and Hong Kong Island. Meanwhile, guests can expect a self-service laundry room, business centre, and complimentary Wi-Fi services.
The destination provides flexible event space, which includes pillarless ballroom that can accommodate up to 300 people. Equipped with premium audio visual technology, including LED TV walls, the Hong Kong hotel is an ideal venue for corporate events, social gatherings as well as weddings.
Travellers can dine at Eagle’s Garden, a restaurant serving breakfast buffets and fresh meals, alongside Cantonese lunches and dinners. The Garden Bar offers drinks and light meals after a long day, while the Pavilion Pantry, open around the clock, is stocked with an assortment of snacks and drinks.
“We offer upscale accommodations and the modern amenities of a global brand. With that combination, we aim for the hotel to become the preferred choice among leisure and business travellers who seek added value during their stays,” said John Greenleaf, Global Head at Hilton Garden Inn.
Hilton was a global winner of the 2014-2015 World Branding Awards in the Hotels category.