It’s a classy boutique hotel in one of Hong Kong’s coolest neighbourhoods, with all the amenties you could need after a day out exploring. Comfy rooms? Check. Stylish restaurant and wine bar? Check, and check. Whether you’re treating yourself to a city staycation or visiting, The Fleming is a top shout.
It’s inspired by Hong Kong’s heyday during the industrial era of the 60’s and 70’s
The hotel celebrates the area’s unique maritime heritage. It occupies a building from the 70s’, which stood in front of the Wan Chai Pier before the reclamation.
The cornerstone of the design aesthetic is inspired by Hong Kong’s cross-harbour ferries which symbolise travel, heritage and community. From the beautiful red lifts that bring you to your room to porthole-style room numbers and brass finishes, there’s the look and feel of the ferries throughout the hotel.
Want to explore the city? The Fleming is ideally located in vibrant Wan Chai district
Made internationally famous by the 1960 film The World of Suzie Wong, historic Wan Chai is still Hong Kong’s party district at night; and by day it’s also a lively neighbourhood with local shops and trendy western and local restaurants. Basically, it’s ideal for those in the know who don’t just want to visit Hong Kong, but be plugged in to the life of the city.
The rooms are subtly luxurious, with a sleek colour palette and plenty of thoughtful little touches
Each of the 66 guest rooms have a timeless classic style, inspired by Hong Kong’s iconic cross-harbour ferries. Expect luxury bed linens, goose-down duvets, separate work desks and luxurious bathrooms. Kickstart your day with the bespoke ‘Shen Nong’ bathroom toiletries – these beauties smell amazing.
The hotel also has a great restaurant; Osteria Marzia is a coastal Italian restaurant inspired by the cuisine of the nation’s most iconic seaside towns. While there’s no gym or spa in the hotel itself, guests have access to nearby gym, Goji Studios. Ideal.
Basically, The Fleming has it all. It’s a great hotel choice for those looking for somewhere to stay that’s as beautiful and historical as Hong Kong itself.