Construction Year Why Stay?
1881 Hullett House is one of the few remaining colonial buildings in Hong Kong, and boasts some of the most interesting and distinctively designed rooms that we have ever seen.
Hullett House dates back to 1881, when it was part of the former Marine Police Headquarters. The hotel is one of the four oldest surviving government buildings in the city. Named after celebrated 19th century English scholar and botanist Richmond William Hullett, who is credited with discovering the Hong Kong bauhinia, Hullett House is a living reminder of the city’s rich cultural history.
The building’s colonial exterior provides a sharp contrast to the suites’colorful and eclectic designs.
Each of the ten suites is named after one of Hong Kong’s numerous bays, and sport entirely different designs. From the larger-than-life Deep Water Bay Suite that features popart paintings of Chairman Mao Zedong to the bold and brooding Kat O Suite, with its deep, dark hardwood floors, repeat guests are guaranteed a completely new experience.
Landscaped gardens, 24-hour reception and concierge service, five F&B outlets, souvenir store, and meeting and event facilities with audio-visual conference equipment. The romantic Champagne Gallery is popular with locals have their weddings there.