Upper House, one of Hong Kong’s most luxurious hotels, has created a stunning new suite by designer André Fu.
When the Upper House first burst onto Hong Kong’s hotel scene, it created a new benchmark for luxury accommodation in the city. Doing away with grand lobbies and countless dining venues, the Upper House, the creation of award-winning designer André Fu, brought the focus back to the guest experience, with sublime, minimalist guest rooms that were as intuitive as they were indulgent.
The next chapter in the hotel’s history begins now with the arrival of the André Fu Suite, a 1,960sqft space on the hotel’s 48th floor that embodies Fu’s design ethos of ‘relaxed luxury’ while providing an insight into his personal journey with the hotel that launched his career.
A calming palette of mineral blue, dusty mink, and pale ivory differentiates the Suite – which will feature original concept hand-sketches of the hotel, alongside a collection of artisan books from Fu’s personal library – from the rest of the hotel. The space also features furnishings, decorative lighting, and home accessories from the designer’s Living Collection, including a sculptural ottoman and refined porcelain tableware.
The former two-bedroom Penthouse has been transformed into a single room suite with a separate dining room seating 18, and its own spa area featuring twin massage beds.
In addition to the Suite, Fu has transformed the arrival experience at Level 4 of The Upper House from a place to simply check-in and out, to a space that feels more akin to a living room, creating a sense of intimacy and relaxation.
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