Hotel de EDGE by Rhombus, a new member of Epoque Hotels, is now open.
Designed by an award-winning Hong Kong architect Antony Chan, the 32-storey Hotel de EDGE by Rhombus intends to create an all-new urban hotel experience. Efficient, practical and stylish, most of the 90 value-for-money rooms boast panoramic views of Hong Kong’s world-famous Victoria Harbour.
“Hotel de EDGE by Rhombus offers visitors the best of both worlds,” says Calvin Mak, Founder and CEO of Rhombus International Hotels Group. “Ideally located between Sheung Wan and Central, the property also delivers breathtaking views of Victoria Harbour. With its stylish design and easy access to major attractions and transportation routes, we are confident that Hotel de EDGE by Rhombus will be the hotel of choice for international business and leisure travellers alike.”
Ideally located in Connaught Road West, Hotel de EDGE by Rhombus offers personalized service catering to the needs of today’s discerning travellers.
The hotel’s designer Antony Chan explains, “Hotel de EDGE by Rhombus is uniquely designed to reflect its personality and attitude. We have given the hotel a timeless sensuality and sense of style. Guests will appreciate the attention to detail, the relaxing ambience and the use of space.”
Hotel de EDGE by Rhombus offers five accommodation categories: Superior Room, Harbour View Room, Deluxe Room, Deluxe Harbour View Room and Executive Harbour View Room. Each room includes complimentary WiFi internet access and features high quality audiovisual equipment, a 42-inch LED TV, DVD Player and an iPod or iPhone docking station.
Glo restaurant + lounge, situated on the first floor of the hotel is headed by Canadian Chef Robert Lockwood. Serving a variety of exquisite traditional dishes as well as a few wildly innovative examples of molecular cooking, Glo restaurant + lounge has a cozy and & relaxing atmosphere for sipping classic cocktails or savoring modern cuisine.
Situated in Hong Kong’s vibrant historic district, Hotel de EDGE by Rhombus stands halfway between the culture of Sheung Wan and the commerce of Central. Within walking distance to Central, and the Macau Ferry Terminal, the hotel is just half an hour away from Hong Kong International Airport.