This design-inspired, all suite heritage hotel occupies the upper floors of colonial Hullet House and offers guests a refined and elegant experience that is truly unique. A celebration of all that was great about old Hong Kong, its’ 5 restaurants, drinking havens and luxury suites make this a landmark destination.
Expect to pay between USD $500 and USD $1700 per night depending on room choice, season and availability.
There are 5 restaurants to choose from at Hullet House so you can definitely mark this one down as a foodies paradise.
The suites, which range in size from 800 to 1,100 square feet, feature spacious private terraced balconies and breathtaking views of Hong Kong’s famous skyline, with sweeping lawns and gardens below.
Each suite is individually designed to reflect a distinct period in Hong Kong’s history and is named after one of Hong Kong’s numerous bays, in homage to the building’s history as the former Marine Police headquarters.
You have Hong Kong to play in at your doorstep so you will be spoiled for choice should you ever decide to leave the hotel.
Housed in a magnificent colonial building dating back to 1881, Hullett House is a celebration of Hong Kong’s rich “East meets West” heritage. Guests can stay in a Chinese Imperial Suite with hand-painted Qing dynasty murals and a bed fit for an Emperor; an elegant English pastoral suite decorated in restful greens with 26 hand-painted native songbirds, or a vibrant China pop-art suite.
You will find ten individually-designed suites, each with its own terrace and modern amenities such as free Wi-Fi, rain-head showers and surround sound. The bespoke Hong Kong experience extends to the dining table and the House’s five signature restaurants.
Hullett House is ideally located in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui just a few minutes from the Star Ferry and other visitor attractions. Also within easy reach is Canton Road, Hong Kong’s Fifth Avenue, with its wide array of fashion and luxury brand stores.
"Hong Kong loves demolishing its heritage buildings, so the the Victorian-era marine police headquarters at the tip of the Kowloon peninsula being made into a hotel is a welcome development. Hullett House has five restaurants each one is wonderful.
The massive suites are a bit sparse but magnificent, with little more than a bed, wooden floorboards, a wall-mounted TV and a fireplace. Mainly we stayed in the Casam suite, which is hung with modern art, and the white Silvermine. Breakfast on the veranda of The Parlour - overlooking banyan trees, historical artifacts and the shopping plaza beneath the hotel - is a great start to the day. Hullett House would be a rarity in any part of the world: surrounded by high-rise, hi-tech Hong Kong, it's an unexpected treasure." Billy W, London, UK
"My wife and I stayed in the Stanley Suite, which was gorgeous - a large room with high ceilings, wooden floorboards, a king size bed, large outdoor terrace and fabulous decor. We also tried out the cantonese restaurant, Loong Toh Yuen, which i highly recommend - the food was great but the chinoiserie interior is what really sold it for me. Hullett House thoroughly deserves its Hot Pink rating on the neilsonparc Lust List." Neilson Parc, Sydney, Australia