Hot on the heels of the recently opened The Silveri Hong Kong – MGallery on Lantau Island, MGallery’s second outing in the city will bring a singular story of the brand aesthetic with its stylish, smart living design and curated dining concepts.
A discreet, stylish cocoon in the busy city, AKI Hong Kong – MGallery is a mere ten-minute walk from the shopping district of Causeway Bay and the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.
All the 173 guest rooms are thoughtfully designed with a modern minimalist aesthetic. Abundant natural light sweeps in through broad windows, most of them offering spectacular city views and some with amazing 270-degree panoramas of the Hong Kong cityscape.
Lofty ceilings, natural wood tones, and artful mood lighting contribute to the calming décor. In a first for Hong Kong, the hotel is offering 20 signature Japanese style tatami rooms featuring sumptuous mattresses on tatami mat floors.
Designed as a low-energy consumption hotel, AKI Hong Kong – MGallery features a smart living concept and has equipped each of the rooms with a tablet control panel for guests to adjust the blinds, curtains, and temperature to their own preferences.
Spanning an entire floor of the hotel, TANGRAM restaurant takes inspiration from the childhood puzzle game, gathering unique forms of cuisine and piecing them together to create a full picture of diverse, colourful and flavourful elements.
Executive Chef Keith Chan oversees a multi-faceted range of interactive breakfasts and lively bento box lunches by day; there’re innovative small plates, international tapas and “Japas” for dinner, with a buzzy evening sake bar at night.
Meanwhile, Uncle Ming’s Whisky Bar is where patrons can experience the unexpected but delightful mix of an engaging whisky tasting experience, and a sparkling backdrop of skyscrapers, mountains, and harbour.