Live the Suite Life: The Hotel-Operated Residences in Hong Kong Worth Staying in

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Hotel residences are a popular and rapidly growing type of mixed-use development which, thanks to a hotel’s branding, luxury amenities, and high-quality services, are now seen popping up all around the world. So whether you’re looking for a new, second or third space to settle, or even just keeping an eye on the residence properties on the market, here are the ones to watch (and stay in) when you’re in Hong Kong.

Rosewood Residences

Located at the epicentre of Kowloon’s harbour front district, Rosewood Hong Kong offers exclusive residences in the form of 186 luxury accommodations for extended stays. The residences include a range of units including studios, apartments and duplexes, some of which come with its own outdoor terrace. The design mirrors the ultra-luxe aesthetics of the hotel with of course, the incredible harbour views too. What’s more, residents can also take advantage of the five-star facilities which include a dedicated club on the 53rd floor, an indoor swimming pool and private fitness centre, amongst others. Rosewood Residences also accommodate pets with trusted care options. From HK$57,000 per month.
Rosewood Residences, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, +852 3891 8610

East Residences

The residential counterpart to East Hong Kong, East Residences is located in prime real estate at commercial building complex Taikoo Place in the heart of the city’s eastern business district. The residences include 106 units from well designed studios, to one-bedroom or two-bedroom suites, and penthouses. Residents that stay for a minimum of one month can make use of the 24-hour gym, stylish lounge, reading area with refreshment corner and landscaped terrace overlooking the neighbourhood of local eateries, bars and the event space Artis Tree. From HK$30,000 per month.
East Residences, 23 Tong Chong Street, Taikoo Place, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong, +852 2901 3628

Waterfront Suites

Perched on the shore of the Eastern waterfront, these bright and airy residences offer some really rather stunning harbour views. Opened by the Lanson Place Hospitality group, Waterfront Suites have 75 fully-furnished sea view apartments that range from studios, one or two-bedroom duplexes, and penthouse spaces with jacuzzi or pool. Other facilities include an outdoor wellness pool, BBQ and function area, gym, yoga garden, and a self-service launderette; other services such as housekeeping, security and concierge are also included. From HK$28,800 per month.
Waterfront Suites, 1 Oi Tak Street, Shau Kei Wan, Hong Kong, +852 2178 2288

K11 Artus Residences

Another residence within Victoria Dockside is the K11 Artus Residences. Having dubbed themselves Asia’s first “Artisanal Home”, this luxury, design-lead residence comes with comprehensive hotel services in an environment made for cultural creatives and worldly travellers. The units range from studio spaces, one-bedrooms (with or without a study), two-bedrooms, three-bedrooms and the Penthouses, with 80% of them offering wrap-around balconies too. What’s more, K11 Artus are also donating 1% of room revenue to conserve and rejuvenate Chinese craftsmanship through the K11 Craft & Guild Foundation. From HK$57,000 per month.
K11 Artus, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong; +852 2107 770

Fontaine Cheng
Born and bred in London, Fontaine is a self-proclaimed foodie with extensive experience in the luxury lifestyle landscape. When not exploring the world — discovering cultures and tasting new dishes — she can be found sipping a nice cup of tea (or G&T) hoping to adopt a puppy.