Hilton Garden Inn Debuts in Hong Kong

Hilton has opened the Hilton Garden Inn Hong Kong Mongkok, offering business travellers another luxurious accommodation option during their stay in the vibrant city.

Located just 1km from Mongkok MTR station and 31.2km from Hong Kong International Airport, the 258-room property is the first Hilton Garden Inn hotel in the bustling city.

The rooms are designed to optimize comfort and convenience, with floor-to-ceiling windows offering garden views, and comprehensive in-room amenities, including work stations with ergonomic chairs, laptop-sized safes, and coffee and tea-making facilities. Guests can enjoy comfortable bedding with hypoallergenic pillows.

Hilton Garden Inn Hong Kong Mongkok offers flexible event spaces, including a 400 sqm pillar-less ballroom that can accommodate up to 300 people. Equipped with cutting-edge audio-visual technology like LED TV walls, the hotel is an ideal venue for corporate events and social gatherings.

The hotel also includes a self-service laundry room and a business centre, while complimentary Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel. The rooftop swimming pool and 24-hour fitness centre both offer views of Victoria Harbor, Victoria Peak, and Hong Kong Island.

On-property dining options include Eagle’s Garden restaurant, which serves an international breakfast buffet and cooked-to-order breakfasts, as well as authentic Cantonese cuisine for lunch and dinner; the Garden Bar, a relaxing spot for drinks and light meals after a long day of work; and the Pavilion Pantry, which is stocked with snacks and drinks, and is open around the clock.

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