The Upper House
With exquisite design, palatial guestrooms, and attentive service — all in a soaring setting 43 floors above Hong Kong’s central business district — The Upper House is a high-rise haven in the heart of the city. Sought-after designer Andre Fu’s understated interiors complement breathtaking views of Victoria Harbor and Hong Kong island, captured by wraparound windows and a top-floor restaurant and cocktail bar. Original artworks add creative touches throughout, while a hidden garden and complimentary yoga sessions on The Lawn bring a sense of tranquility. From here, Hong Kong is yours to discover.
- Stay in one of 117 spacious guestrooms and suites with dressing rooms, marble bathtubs, and complimentary minibars
- Admire Hong Kong's skyline from a velvet banquette at the 49th-floor Café Grey Bar
- Work out at the gym, and enjoy a massage or nail treatment in your guestroom
- Discover contemporary Asian art throughout, including a dazzling Hiroshiwata Sawada sculpture that climbs the 10-story atrium
- Dine on Gary Kunz's East-meets-West fusion food at Café Gray Deluxe, a favorite with Hong Kong high society, or sip a cocktail at the chic terrace bar
- Located above the chic Pacific Place mall, where designer names include Bulgari, Agnès b., and Chanel
- Take a complimentary loaner bike to explore the Admiralty district, Hong Kong Park, and the Victoria Harbor waterfront
Light and elevation are key concepts at The Upper House; in fact, designer Andre Fu describes the philosophy behind the hotel as an upward journey from street to sky. Clean vertical lines and subtle lighting lead the eye higher and higher, while the art collection counterpoints Fu's geometric designs with smaller-scale organic forms in wood and stone. It is only fitting that this sleek, chic marvel is set atop the upscale Pacific Place mall, where designers names like Bulgari, Agnès b., and Chanel set up shop.
The 117 guestrooms are calming, sumptuous, and most of all, spacious — studios begin at 730 sq ft / 68 sq m of space and penthouses rise to 1,960 sq ft / 182 sq m. All guestrooms have walk-in rain showers, marble bathtubs, and dressing rooms, as well as bespoke sofas, perfectly positioned to enjoy harbor, island, and mountain views through wrap-around windows. Maxi-bars supply complimentary beers, juices, and snacks, plus there’s an espresso machine and dual-temperature wine fridge. Suites are nearly twice the size of the studios and come with separate living areas.
The two-bed, two-bath penthouse is palatial and decorated with original artworks. The hotel offers round-the-clock in-room dining, and the guest experience team is available 24 hours a day to make sure all your needs are met.
Choose sky-high haute cuisine at the glamorous Café Grey Deluxe, or cocktails and snacks in The Lawn's secret garden areas. Wherever you go, you'll be greeted by The Upper House's trademark views and an emphasis on seasonal ingredients and global flavors.
Café Gray Deluxe – The Upper House's flagship restaurant is a favorite with the city’s elite. Chef Gray Kunz takes fusion dining to new heights drawing on his Hong Kong origins, Swiss upbringing, and New York experience. At breakfast, choose from classic bircher muesli, indulgent truffled scrambled eggs, and sweet corn congee with Hokkaido scallops. Lunch and dinner menus are extensive and varied, with vegan and gluten-free options alongside shrimp and pork dumplings, glazed short rib, and seared halibut.
Café Grey Bar – Admire views of Kowloon and Hong Kong while sipping on signature cocktails like the Penthouse Paloma. Take a seat at the 14-meter stone bar to watch expert mixologists in action or watch ships glide across the harbor from a private velvet and leather banquette.
The Lawn – Get a new perspective on the skyline from the hotel’s sixth-floor secret garden — the perfect place for alfresco drinks and light meals. It's a green haven in the heart of the city with bean bag chairs and menu of snacks, cold beers, and cocktails.
The Upper House makes it easy to relax and decompress. In-room pampering is yours with massages, hair-styling, and signature Christian Louboutin manicures and pedicures. Lounge on the sixth-floor lawn terrace with a drink or focus your mind and body with a complimentary morning yoga class hosted by Master Wayne Yeh. For a more intense workout, the fitness room has state-of-the-art Technogym cardiovascular and weight training equipment.
The Upper House’s central Admiralty location and friendly guest experience team make exploring Hong Kong easy. The Pacific Place shopping and entertainment center is just a few floors below the hotel with exclusive shops, a cinema, and several dining options. Visit the nearby Hong Kong Arts Centre for contemporary works and performance pieces, wander around leafy Hong Kong Park, and make time for a trip to the boutiques, cafes, and galleries of Starstreet.
The Upper House
Located among the skyscrapers of the Admiralty neighborhood, at the eastern end of Hong Kong’s central business district, The Upper House is perfectly placed whether you’re traveling for work or leisure. The hotel is above the Pacific Place luxury retail and entertainment complex, giving you easy access to high-end shopping, dining, and nightlife.
Hong Kong International Airport is 25 mi / 40 km away, 30 minutes by car. House cars are available for airport transfers.
The Upper House is a five-minute walk from Admiralty Mass Transit railway station, which is served by three different lines.
Wan Chai ferry pier is a 20-minute walk away.