East Hong Kong by CL3 Architects

Hong Kong life is restless and intese. The pace of the city never stops, and neither does the loud concert of buzzing people, voices of salesmen and speeding cars that echoes everywhere.

Deatached from the madding crowd that fills up the busy districts of Central and Wan Chai, the East Hotel is a temple of quietness. A minimalist waterfall façade welcomes you into an airy entrance hall where glass walls and modern white surfaces immediately convey a visual sense of peace. Contemporary artworks and sleek design pieces placed around the hotel perfectly complement the living space, in which everything appears to be functional, effortless and smart. The spacious rooms exploit at maximum the natural light, with big windows that face the Hong Kong harbor, unveiling its mysterious beauty when wrapped into the morning dusk and its futuristic appeal when the sun shines above.

The light and the essential architecture subtly connects the hotel with the external world, allowing guests to experience the city moods from a serene distance. Despite Hong Kong’s dense urban environment, East Hotel preserves its attachment to nature by featuring a moderate use of materials and sustainable designs. Up to the top floor, the spectacular view from the roof terrace of the Sugar cocktail bar offers a true escape from reality, giving the impression that the city was built in the sky. Sophisticated yet unpretentious, East Hotel is a true tranquil oasis for discerning travelers with a modern taste.

EAST, Swire, Hotel, Hong Kong

EAST, Swire, Hotel, Hong Kong



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EAST, Swire, Hotel, Hong Kong

  • East Hong Kong by CL3 Architects

    Article by
    Cecilia Musmeci



    Cecilia Musmeci
    East Hotel


    29 Tai Koo Shing Rd
    Tai Koo Shing, Hong Kong

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    Jonathan Wallace
    Selina Tang
    Frances Mak