Signature suites at the hotel come with private plunge pools.
The long-anticipated Silveri Hong Kong - MGallery has finally opened on Hong Kong’s Lantau Island.
This is the collection’s first Hong Kong property and it cites a ‘modern manor house in Tung Chung’ as its style inspiration.
Entranceway to Silveri Hong Kong - MGallery.
The property’s moniker - ‘Silveri’ - is influenced by the former silver mines of Lantau; a silver décor and metallic motifs have been incorporated into the design.
New hotel for Hong Kong
Facilities include a lush garden and lawns, a 25m outdoor pool and a fitness area. Twelve signature suites surround the gardens, with outdoor terraces and private plunge pools or outdoor heated jacuzzis offering views over the emerald Lantau mountains.
A Junior Terrace Suite overlooking Lantau's mountain ranges.
The hotel team is on-hand to curate ‘Memorable Moments’ for guests (a signature service of the MGallery brand), from private helicopter tours over Lantau, to hiking adventures in Tai O and excursions to nearby Tian Tan Buddha, Po Lin Monastery and Hong Kong Disneyland.
A Family Room bathroom.
Dining spots at the hotel include The Pavilion bar - with knock-out views for sunset cocktails, Fresh coffee bar, and upscale modern bistro The Enclave which also plans to serve weekend brunches.
The Enclave will soon be serving weekend brunch.
“From sunset cocktails with unforgettable mountain views, to al fresco private dinners on the terrace with lively weekend brunches, our entire hotel team looks forward to creating many inspirational experiences for our guests, as they kick-back amid a refreshing, contemporary and eco-chic setting,” said complex general manager Guillaume Gallas.
Silveri Hong Kong - MGallery is now open for bookings.
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