Exploring Hong Kong’s Tsim Sha Tsui
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Exploring Hong Kong’s Tsim Sha Tsui

Courtesy of Hullett House
Exploring Hong Kong’s Tsim Sha Tsui
Courtesy of Hullett House
The Kowloon neighborhood of Tsim Sha Tsui has long attracted travelers for its classic hotels. Now a clutch of boutiques and restaurants is giving the area a new twist.

Hullett House

Restaurateur David Yeo has turned the colonial-era headquarters of the Marine Police into a hotel with 10 individually themed suites. Each has a terrace facing Central’s iconic skyline. Downstairs are five restaurants, ranging from the stylish Cantonese Loong Toh Yuen to a down-to-earth pub. Suites from $567.


The revamped Hyatt Regency Tsim Sha Tsui houses Hugo’s, a stalwart restaurant favored by the city’s power brokers. On the menu: standards such as lobster bisque and steak tartare, prepared tableside. Dinner for two $180.

Mira Hong Kong

Fresh from a $65 million makeover,this 492-room property has a sleek 18,000-square-foot spa and a restaurant by star Singaporean chef Justin Quek. Each of the tech-savvy guest rooms contains a practical mobile phone for use in Hong Kong. Dinner for two $142.

Busy Suzie

A team of Japanese chefs prepare robatayaki, or grilled meats and seafood, in this atmospheric, lantern-lit restaurant, located ina 19th-century lighthouse. Standouts include Yamaguchi chicken, Kagoshima pork, and Australian Wagyu sirloin skewers. Dinner for two $150.

Bruuns Bazaar

The popular Danish label’s firstboutique in Asia has floaty summer dresses as well as staples for both sexes like trenches and blazers in classic-meets-modern style.

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