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Little Tai Hang opens 2016

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image012Tucked away in the quaint streets of Tai Hang, Little Tai Hang is a neighbourhood destination which celebrates the character and charm of Hong Kong with bespoke artisanal touches. Set to be a magnet for savvy travellers looking for a home away from home, and a much loved destination for locals, Tai Hang is an area known for good eats and relaxing vibes. It is an enchanting neighbourhood full of stories waiting to be explored.

Little Tai Hang is perfect for short and long term stays in the vibrant city of Hong Kong. The new hotel and serviced apartments opening later this year will be part of a neighbourhood lifestyle choice complete with local cuisine, living and design brands under one roof, a truly modern Hong Kong cultural experience. Amazingly, it is located just footsteps from Causeway Bay, one of Hong Kong’s busiest shopping and entertainment districts, and the green landscape of Victoria Park.

Design centric with creativity and quirkiness seen throughout the space, Little Tai Hang is purpose-built to provide quality hospitality with real personality, a concept developed by Tommy Pao, founder, architect and cultural advocate of the project. Each of the 121 luxury rooms are filled with bespoke, characterful and creative local touches that complement the sweeping views of Victoria Harbour and the parks in the neighbourhood, visible from every room.


Little Tai Hang hotel and serviced apartments – room rendering

“Travellers are looking for real experiences. At Little Tai Hang we bring Hong Kong’s unique modern culture into the living space while providing an upscale experience for business and leisure travellers alike. Sophisticated yet down to earth, quiet yet in the heart of the city. These contrasts bring an edge to the brand that we hope appeals to those looking for something off the beaten track yet totally accessible,” said Pao, who is also Senior Manager of property developers Cornes World Co. Ltd.

Located close to the MTR, Victoria Park and Causeway Bay, Little Tai Hang is easily accessible to Central and Hong Kong East, making it a convenient hidden-yet-handy gem. Surrounding the property will be six upcoming luxury residential projects including Pavilia Hill, Warrenwoods, The Warren, Park Haven, Yoo Residence and Jones Hive which means the Little Tai Hang neighbourhood is the hottest destination in town.


Little Tai Hang hotel and serviced apartments – 32nd floor penthouse rendering

Guests and future residents of the property will be pampered with top-of-the-line personal services and facilities, including the fitness room, dining room, laundry room and function room as well as gain recommendations for dining, shopping and exploration in the neighbourhood.

Little Tai Hang is home to two exciting F&B concepts. Second Draft, a convivial neighbourhood gastropub, offers a comprehensive beverage menu including fresh & locally brewed beers by the Young Master Brewery along with creative dishes by Chef May Chow. Restaurant Bond by the Three Monkeys serves comfort fare designed to share in a casual, welcoming hang-out for family and friends to gather and, as the name suggests, bond. Both opening this June.

Little Tai Hang is the place for all – for in-the-know travellers to immerse themselves into authentic Hong Kong culture, for inquisitive city walkers to experience the hidden stories in the neighbourhood and for trendsetters to catch the latest art, fashion and culinary scene in the city.

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The North facing view from the 28th floor of Little Tai Hang

Key Dates:

Second Draft by the Young Master Brewery and Chef May opens June 2016

Bond by Three Monkeys opens June 2016

Little Tai Hang hotel and serviced apartments open later this year

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