Mondrian Hong Kong flags Q4 2023 debut

Online reservations open for guests arriving 10 December

KK Bar & Restaurant, Mondrian Hong Kong

Ennismore has confirmed the Mondrian Hong Kong is on track for opening in Q4 2023, timed as the city’s revival post-pandemic gains pace. According to the hotel’s website, reservations at the property can be made from 10 December 2023.

Mondrian has other properties established in Los Angeles, New York, Miami, Cannes, Doha and Seoul.

Chadi Farhat, Brand COO for Mondrian at Ennismore, states “Entering the Chinese market is an incredible milestone in our expansion, and as with all Mondrian locations globally, community and culture will be essential. Introducing the brand through personal stories and a variety of perspectives is a powerful way to foster a meaningful connection with the local community and engage travellers with an experience that is truly inspiring.”

Mondrian Hong Kong, Harbour Deluxe room

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Diversity and inclusion form the fabric of Mondrian Hong Kong. The leader at its helm, Dirk Dalichau is weaving a dazzling tapestry of diverse human potential into over-the-horizon thinking and a commitment to disruption that has become his calling card.

“‘Inspired. By People ‘isn’t just sentiment for us; it’s a promise and an ethos we live and breathe. There is no doubt in my mind the more diversity the better, race, cultural, sexual, gender, religion. You are just a better team for it. So, it’s a massive philosophy for us. I find endless inspiration in people and their stories,” says Dalichau.

Mondrian Hong Kong taps the beating pulse of Tsim Sha Tsui’s vitality, boasting immediate MTR access and proximity to the arts and culture scene. Each of its 324 rooms serve as a personal outlook, high above the bustling waters of Victoria Harbour.

Mondrian Hong Kong, Harbour King Suite

“I couldn’t be more excited about the timing. Travel and business is beginning to boom again, Hong Kong is buzzing, Kowloon is transforming, the centre of gravity is shifting, the whole West Kowloon Cultural District is amazing and the nightlife is truly 24-7,” Dalichau said.

Tony Yeung, Chief Executive Officer, Peterson Group said: “With the completion of multiple landmark projects in West Kowloon, Hong Kong’s culture scene is set to be redefined.

“To align with this new future, Mondrian seeks to create a new hospitality experience for the global traveller that is rich in culture and surprises. By collaborating with local and international designers, artists and chefs, Mondrian Hong Kong aims to stimulate one’s senses to fulfill the whole journey for those who are seeking a new perspective of this exciting city,” Yeung said.


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