The Olympian Hong Kong Opens in Kowloon

The 32-key Olympian Hong Kong boutique hotel opens in Hong Kong's Kowloon district.

By Robert Demeter

The Olympian Hong Kong Lobby
The Olympian Hong Kong Lobby

Hong KongSino Hotels recently announced the opening of The Olympian Hong Kong boutique hotel in Kowloon.

The 32-key hotel features spacious guestrooms and suites including Deluxe Olympian Rooms, Grand Harbour View Rooms and Olympian Suites, ranging from 463 to 807 square feet. Guestrooms amenities include 11-foot ceiling heights and floor-to-ceiling windows, offering a unique view over Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong’s world-famous skyline.

The Olympian Hong Kong hotel embraces a contemporary residence concept with decor and amenities selected to create an exclusive yet comfortable ambiance for business and leisure travelers alike. Hardwood floors, plush velvet furnishings, objects d’art and floral display accompany the rooms, together with kitchenettes. The hotel’s style features an oriental touch with artistic representations of Chinese characters and historical images along with Chinese lantern lighting designs.

The Olympian Hong Kong Deluxe Olympian Room
The Olympian Hong Kong Deluxe Olympian Room

The Olympian Hong Kong offers guests services such as in-room check-in hosted by a guest relations ambassador, chauffeured Rolls Royce and cuisine featuring traditional and international delicacies.

“The Olympian Hong Kong adds attraction to Hong Kong’s hospitality scene with personalized services and exquisite accommodations,” said Giovanni Viterale, executive director of Sino Hotels.

The hotel is situated in West Kolwoon, close to Olympic Station and Olympian City, where dining, shopping and entertainment options abound. The hotel is just minutes away from the business hub of Tsimshatsui and Downtown. The transport network of The Olympian Hong Kong also connects the hotel to Airport Express Kowloon Station and the China-Macau Ferry Terminal.

Established in 1994, Sino Hotels is the hospitality management arm of Sino Group and an affiliate of Sino Land Company Ltd. Its portfolio includes The Royal Pacific Hotel & Towers, City Garden Hotel and Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel, among others.

Photos courtesy of Sino Hotels