Exuding a sense of refined luxury, our serviced Apartments are defined by their unrelenting pursuit of excellence in accommodation. Ideal for extended stays for business or leisure, these Serviced Apartments provide all the necessary amenities for a comfortable stay in Hong Kong.
The living spaces possess a peaceful ambiance that sets the tone for the whole apartment. Tasteful modern art adds character to the living space that contains a seating area, a coffee table, a 47” LCD TV and a home entertainment system. The stylish kitchen features all the necessary appliances and utensils for self-catered living. Each kitchen features a dishwasher, a washing machine, an oven, a hob, a Smeg fridge freezer and a coffee maker in addition to a range of cutlery, crockery, glassware and tableware.
The peaceful bedrooms feature a Simmons mattress, a bedside cabinet, a safe and ample storage space. The stylishly tiled bathrooms contain both bathing and showering facilities as well as L’Occitane toiletry set.
Additional facilities at our apartments include: access to an in house gym, a garden terrace that overlooks the Harbour , a secure entry system, regular housekeeping and complimentary Wi-Fi.
Located in northwest Hong Kong, Kennedy Town is bordered by Belcher Bay of Victoria to the north and Shek Tong Tsui to the west. Due to the recent opening of the MRT station in the area, Kennedy Town has experienced significant regeneration and development, rendering the area one of the most coveted in Hong Kong.
The Sai Wan Swimming Shed is an atmospheric hideaway just below Victoria Road. Offering stunning views of Hong Kong’s centre and the Victoria Harbour, the Sai Wan Swimming Shed’s views of the sunset are incomparable. The aptly named Instagram Pier is one of Hong Kong’s best kept secrets. Offering alternative views of Kowloon’s cityscape, is a great location to admire Hong Kong. Lo Pan Temple, constructed 771-476 BC, is one of the oldest temples on the island and is characterized by elaborate murals, poem engravings and ceramic figurines.
In recent years, Kennedy Town has become renowned as a hotspot for dining. With restaurants serving cuisines from around the globe, Kennedy Town offers something for palettes of all penchants. Typically, a journey from Kennedy Town to Hong Kong’s central business districts takes around half an hour.