Cosmopolitan Hotel Hong Kong has rebranded as the Dorsett Wanchai Hong Kong, and refreshed the entire hotel aiming to attract more business and leisure travellers, and families.
All 454 rooms and suites have been renovated to include a more modern design, with the introduction of features such as large wall mirrors to provide the rooms with a brighter and more spacious feel. Meanwhile, unique touches have been added to the property, including small horse models in the corridors of each of the guestroom floors, reflecting the Dorsett Wanchai’s close proximity to the city’s Happy Valley Racecourse.
The property has also introduced themed signature rooms. The Grand Deluxe Course View Room offers a view of the racecourse, while the Ocean Park Family Suite is filled with decorations reflecting the city’s marine-themed amusement park. Tech-themed options are also available, such as the Sony 4K/3D Experience Suite, which is equipped with high-tech products including a 55-inch Bravia 4K LED TV in the living room, delivering 4K resolution (3,840 x 2160) four times that of Full HD, and also a 5.1 full HD 3D Blu-ray home theatre system paired with two sets of 3D glasses and a 3D transmitter. The Osim Massage Suite, meanwhile, is prepared with an Osim Massage chair.
In addition to 24-hour full stay and free premium wifi, the hotel offers handy smartphones which are free to use inside and outside of the hotel and include unlimited 3G internet connectivity, wifi hotspot functionality, and free local and IDD calls to ten countries.
Among the refurbished Dorsett’s F&B offerings is Dining House on the first floor, a new Chinese restaurant not owned by the hotel. It features Chinese cuisine offering Guangdong and Huaiyang dishes, and specialises in multi-flavoured hotpot and healthy menus. There is also a 3T Bar located adjacent to the lobby, providing guests with a place to order a glass of wine, beer, cocktail or coffee. The bar offers a Dorsett Wine Happy Hour every Friday evening where hotel guests can enjoy a complimentary range of handpicked New and Old World wines to pair with local snacks, and enjoy live music. For those with a sweet tooth, there is a selection of sweets at the Dorsett Candy Bar on the same floor.
Anita Chan, general manager of the hotel said: “The name change is more than just an upgrade of the hotel infrastructure. Our new credo comes with a new motto, ‘Delivering What Matters To You’, which reflects our commitment to creating a unique experience by giving extra services to meet every individual’s needs while travelling.”