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The Best Of Hong Kong
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By The Loop HK Staff | December 18th, 2020

Hong Kong’s most highly anticipated hotel has finally opened in a prime location that straddles bustling Wanchai and the shopping district of Causeway Bay. A bright, modern property, The Hari Hong Kong is set to take Hong Kong by storm with its commitment to modern luxury and social dynamism.

Masterminded Dr. Aron Harilela, Chairman and CEO of Harilela Hotels, the new property takes its cues from its sister hotel, The Hari London. Aesthetically, the new hotel blends petrol blue lacqueur paneling, ambe leathers, grey marble, and tweed and velvets in rich jewel tones.

The hotel boasts 210 contemporary guest rooms and suites over 30 floors, each one a discrete oasis designed by Tara Bernerd. Full of creature comforts, the rooms here featuring Mühldorfer bedding and linens, Hari-signature bathroom amenities, Nespresso coffee machines, marble bathrooms, plenty of technology, and bespoke minibar packages.

The Hari Hong Kong also features two gourmet restaurants that are sure to tempt all gourmands. Lucciola Restaurant & Bar specializes in modern Italian classics in glamorous old-world interiors, while Zoku Restaurant & Terrace is an atmospheric spot dishing up ingredients-driven Japanese fare. For casual meals and craft cocktails, guests can also head to The Lounge.

Small touches make a big difference, and The Hari Hong Kong team is gearing up to deliver on this. General Manager Rory Slater will be oak-aging Manhattans and Negronis at home that guests may just get to sample, while staff boast insider knowledge that will give guests access to the best of the neighborhood.

Hoping that the pandemic will soon be over and MICE will soon resume, The Hari Hong Kong is also set to host all types of events. The Boardroom is a deluxe private meeting space that can cater for up to 10 guests for intimate dinners, meetings, and conferences. Guests can also hire the alfresco terrace at Zoku or close Lucciola for private events.

 

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