The Upper House, Hong Kong – unsurpassed opulence

The Upperhouse is usually on our itinerary whenever we visit Hong Kong. We’ve stayed in the top home on several occasions for both staycations and visits to Hong Kong. The quality of service is the greatest of any hotel in Hong Kong, and the customized character of the Upper House, along with in-room check-in, sets it apart.

The accommodation was wonderful, you couldn’t ask for anything better with such a view (especially the bathtub, which is their hallmark), the room was extremely clean, big, well decorated, and even small details that show they are treating all clients with hearts.

All of the employees, from front desk to food and beverage, are pleasant and go above and beyond to ensure that your stay is enjoyable. The Upper House also hosts a variety of complimentary in-house health programs, including yoga in the atrium, which should not be missed if it is scheduled during your visit.

“With views of the bay and mountains, corner suites are particularly pleasant. The bathtub is large and luxurious.”

Salisterra, a new restaurant, takes the greatest parts of cafe grey and enhances them with a new interior design and cuisine. Going here for sunset cocktails and supper is highly recommended. as well as stopping by for a coffee or an afternoon drink on the lawn.

The Upper House is a modest luxury hotel in Hong Kong constructed by Hong Kong architect Andre Fu. The hotel’s 117 rooms (including 21 suites and two penthouses) start at 730 square feet, making it Hong Kong’s biggest. They include fantastically large bathrooms and dressing spaces, as well as stunning harbour or island views. The rooms are calm and modern, with an emphasis on relaxation, warmth, and subtle elegance.

Photos: The Upper House

Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Hong Kong China
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