Ten years in the making, The Hari will open its second hotel location this weekend – The Hari Hong Kong.
Straddling the two vibrant districts of Causeway Bay and Wan Chai, The Hari Hong Kong is poised to become the latest destination hotel for those in the know. The Hari Hong Kong brings the charm and elegance of The Hari London and delves into the energy and dynamism of bustling Hong Kong.
The Hari is renowned for its relaxed sense of elegance punctuated with a touch of wit, which is put on full display in its 210 guestrooms, including three rooftop suites, and dining outlets.
In a nod to The Hari London, a petrol blue lacquer panelling accents various surfaces. The rest of the palette is dominated by amber leathers, grey marble, and neutral textured linens. Materiality is key, with a mixture of tweed and velvet fabrics in a rich jewel palette of blues, greens, and earthy tones. Timber, marble and fluted surfaces feature prominently.
The guestrooms are carefully designed to maximise the space by opening up the bathrooms and wardrobes, while a system of antique-brass Crittal doors enables the bathrooms to be closed off when necessary.
A dramatic open plan is employed in the standard King Rooms and Twin Rooms, allowing a two-seater sofa to be included in every room.
Corner Rooms, larger than the standard guestrooms, are similarly designed with an open layout and the addition of a dressing room. Corner Rooms offer views of the buzzing Causeway Bay district, while Premium Corner Rooms overlook Wan Chai and Admiralty.
Rooftop suites, which include the opulent The Hari Suite, exude a masculine edge that is at once traditional and timeless. Each suite houses a five-piece bathroom, a separate sitting room and its own private terrace.
The Hari Hong Kong features two restaurants, an Italian eatery, Lucciola Restaurant & Bar; and a Japanese diner, Zoku Restaurant & Terrace.
For more information, see thehari.com/hong-kong/