The Best Boutique Hotels in Hong Kong

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The Best Boutique Hotels in Hong Kong

A melting pot of distinct cultures, Hong Kong, is where the east and the west converge harmoniously. It has long been a destination with a charm to impress and attract all sorts of visitors, from a business traveler investing in the city's ever-growing economic importance to families that take joy in discovering the many hidden gems of this compact and easily navigable region. Helping make every Hong Kong vacation or work trip all the more special are the trendy boutique hotels dotted throughout the city. Just like Hong Kong, each of these establishments has exceptional characteristics, making them the perfect respite to indulge in leisure and world-famous Asian hospitality.

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The Best Boutique Hotels in Hong Kong

The Jervois

A designer boutique hotel, situated close to the Central District, the 49-room Jervois adds a touch of contemporary fashion and sophistication to every stay. The interiors at the hotel have a trademark appeal, thanks to Christian Liaigre. The popular designer uses subtle tones and materials made of wood and leather in the rooms with a burst of random color, creating a dramatic impact. His play with varied textures in furniture and fabrics further accentuates every corner of the hotel, making it artistically pleasing to the eye.

The all-suite property has one and two-bedroom options with pantry and dining areas. The Jervois is thus ideal for travelers who are in town for a longer duration. Each of the suites is accessible through private lifts, comes with floor-to-ceiling windows promising gorgeous city views, and feature modern-day conveniences such as free WiFi, international calling, Bluetooth radio, television, rain showers, and a washer-dryer. Since there are no in-house restaurants, the hotel has a tie-up with a café next door where guests can enjoy complimentary breakfast. Moreover, the hotel's location is such that there are several noteworthy eateries within walking distance. A business center, gym, and daily housekeeping at The Jervois allow guests to relish in an apartment-like living space with the comforts of a hotel stay for a relaxing and hassle-free Hong Kong experience.

Page 148

If you prefer your hotel to be more than just a place to sleep, then Page 148 in Tsim Sha Tsui is perfect. With an emphasis on wanting guests to mingle and interact with locals, the hotel creates a space that is both vibrant and intimate. The rooms at Page 148 have an urban-chic persona about them. There is a seamless amalgamation in the guestrooms between the vintage, they have old-fashioned room telephones, and the hip, tea sachets are replaced with their house-special drip bag coffee.

The ultimate charm of a recess in Page 148 is its common space. The lobby of the hotel, which doubles as a cafe, is a lively place where guests can interact with locals over coffee, play board games, immerse themselves in the neighborhood culture via events, or make use of the open workspace that adds a business element to the happening environment.

Hotel Stage

Staying at Hotel Stage is about being a part of a grand production. A play where every aspect of the hotel is exclusively curated for the benefit of their guests. All this, while they acknowledge the individuality of their surroundings. Situated in the heart of Kowloon, residents of Hotel Stage have the advantage of being close to some of Hong Kong's most popular cultural hotspots, all within walking distance. The rooms, on the other hand, have a minimalistic designer touch to them, with technologically advanced features and soothing color schemes that calm the mind, in contrast to the hurried nature of the city outside.

At the heart of the 97-room Hotel Stage is its initiative to promote regional artists, and shine a spotlight on their talent, that guests can appreciate in an informal yet reserved manner. Hotel Stage further takes the notion of community a step further by designating separate areas for a library, a bar, and a gallery giving guests an occasion to revel in their interests of choice while enjoying the many benefits of this innovative property.

Hotel ICON

Capturing a prominent spot on the iconic Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hotel ICON is a luxury boutique property with beautiful views of Victoria Harbour. Its unique selling point is that the hotel works in association with The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, wherein students of the acclaimed institution get a chance to learn and hone their skills in a realistic environment while providing unmatched service and comforts to all guests. What's more inspiring is that Hotel ICON takes several initiatives to stay green, including having electric transportation, filtered drinking tap water in rooms, and "Asia's largest indoor vertical garden."

The rooms of the hotel, though, are in a league of their own. Some of the unparalleled facilities consist of a complimentary minibar, a Handy phone, Nespresso coffee machine, pillow menu, power banks for your devices, and wireless speakers. The interiors are detailed and elegant. Several artists from around Hong Kong have given their input for the decor and furnishings of the hotel's guest rooms and common areas. Although all the rooms at Hotel ICON are equally comfortable, pick one with a harbor view, or better yet, opt for the club rooms, which come with access to the Above and Beyond Lounge where guests can enjoy free all-day snacks.


Situated close to Victoria Park in Tin Hau, TUVE isn't a boutique hotel that will impress everyone. To appreciate its novelty, it requires a mindset that values art in its most raw and definite form. A minimalistic theme runs throughout the public and private spaces of the 66-room hotel. Its entrance, for example, is unmarked. Once inside, elements like concrete walls and floors, wooden paneling, the use of various metals, and well-designed natural and artificial lightning give the hotel and its rooms an artistic and striking characteristic.

In-room comforts at TUVE include blackout curtains, free internet, Le Labo bathroom amenities, complimentary minibar, rain showers, and large LCD televisions. The neighborhood around the hotel is brimming with restaurants and activities, and yet it is the perfect escape from the madness of Hong Kong. TUVE is a quiet residence where service is immaculate, and the ambiance has a spiritual aura about it.


Although it's easy to find hotels in Hong Kong that suit every budget, it's worth staying in one of its boutique-luxury options, for they tend to bring a whole new dimension to your stay, guaranteeing a memorable and exclusive holiday.