ROOMS & SUITES
Comfy Home Away From Home at this Hong Kong Boutique Hotel
Span across 23 floors, our 142 colour-coded rooms and suites are designed with unique style, chic gesture and guaranteed comfort that out beat any Hong Kong boutique hotel. All rooms are 100% smoke-free to ensure a healthy staying environment.
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Making a successful movie is no easy task. Though audiences and critics laude films with elaborate visual effects, stunning views and star-studded casts, all of those elements cost millions of dollars.
Standard Room measures 160 sq.ft. /15 sq.m. in size and features free Premium WiFi (up to 200 Mbps and 10 devices at a time) and a flat-screen TV with over 30 channels for all your entertainment and technological requirements.
Superior Room measures 200 sq.ft. / 18 sq.m. in size and features free Premium WiFi (up to 200 Mbps and 10 devices at a time) and other thoughtful amenities. You can choose from colour-themed rooms in hues of Orange, Yellow and Green.
Occupying the high floors, Executive Room measures 200 sq.ft. / 18 sq.m. in size and features free Premium WiFi (up to 200 Mbps and 10 devices at a time) and modern, colourful rooms with Causeway Bay City view.
Studio Triple measures 300 sq.ft. / 28 sq.m. in size and features modern designs, a dedicated working area and two bathrooms. Choices of one queen bed and one single bed or three single beds are available for triple occupancy.
Studio Quad measure 300 sq. ft. / 28 sq. m. in size and features trendy and cosy design in studio setting. Thoughtfully equipped with one double bed, two single beds and two washrooms, the room comes with free daily breakfast for 4 persons, perfect for any groups of 4.
Perfect for families, the Cosmo Two-Bedroom Suite measures a generous 900 sq.ft. / 83 sq.m. in size and features two bedrooms, both equipped with ensuite bathrooms, and a separate living and dining area with a pantry. It can accommodate up to 6 guests with choices of orange or yellow colour theme.
Movies are only getting more expensive. Back in 1991, "Terminator 2" garnered buzz by becoming the most expensive film ever produced, costing $178 million (inflation-adjusted). The following installment in 2003, "Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines," cost over $250 million to produce (inflation-adjusted) — and it doesn't even crack the current top 10 most expensive films.