Accor has announced MGallery’s first hotel in Hong Kong scheduled to open towards the end of 2019.
Paying homage to the silver mine resources in east Lantau, as well as the shimmer of water that surrounds the verdant island, The Silveri Hong Kong – MGallery in Hong Kong is situated next to Novotel Citygate in Tung Chung. It is the first MGallery to open in a major city within Greater China, using silver as a design element throughout the hotel.
The hotel is part of Citygate’s mixed-use extension complex and is conveniently situated above Tung Chung MTR station. Hong Kong International Airport and AsiaWorld-Expo are a short five-minute drive away, while Central can be easily reached within 30 minutes by train. Lantau Island’s best attractions, namely The Big Buddha, Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car, and Hong Kong Disneyland, are all within easy reach.
“Innovative, stunning and ecologically friendly”
Gary Rosen, chairman and chief operating officer, Accor Greater China, said: “We are incredibly excited to announce this innovative, stunning and ecologically friendly MGallery hotel in Greater China that carries individuality in the vibrant destination of Hong Kong. Lantau’s past and present are the ideal backdrops for travellers who are passionate about exploring original and memorable experiences with a distinctive style.”
The Silveri Hong Kong – MGallery offers 206 guestrooms and suites, with interior design by Hong Kong-based Cream. A number of guestrooms and suites offer outdoor terraces and jacuzzis whilst a selection of suites are outfitted with expansive terraces and plunge pools. Large windows offer views to the green hills of Lantau, while natural materials such as hardwood floors and stone bring the landscape indoors.
More than 40 new MGallery projects are currently in the pipeline, with half of these located in the Asia Pacific.