Accor has unveiled its first M Gallery property in Hong Kong, situated on the city’s Lantau Island.
Located within the Citygate mixed-use complex, The Silveri Hong Kong – M Gallery takes its name from the island’s historic silver mines, and is described as “is a chic, eco-friendly urban resort hotel styled after a modern manor house”.
Facilities include 206 rooms and suites, a 25-metre swimming pool, The Pavilion Bar, upscale bistro The Enclave, and events spaces including The Drawing Room and The Boardroom.
Design takes inspiration from the silver mining history, with “metallic design motifs throughout the hotel”, and guests can enjoy the hotel’s outdoor gardens and stone-walled courtyard which features a pond with “striking silver water drop sculpture”.
Commenting on the news Gary Rosen, chief executive officer, Accor Greater China, said:
“It is with great pleasure that we introduce The Silveri Hong Kong – M Gallery, an absolutely stunning hotel that is raising the bar for sustainably responsible travel and positive hospitality.
“M Gallery is a brand that is exceptionally caring when it comes to its guests and its destinations, expertly balancing urban sophistication with natural beauty.
“Hong Kong is an ideal fit for this new flagship hotel, welcoming domestic and international guests to experience M Gallery’s Memorable Moments and thoughtful touches which are fueling its worldwide record growth and popularity.”
Accor recently announced plans to rebrand the Queen Elizabeth 2 hotel in Dubai under its M Gallery portfolio, and earlier this year opened the brand’s first property in Belgium.
But M Gallery is currently absent from the UK market, following the transition of three properties to the new independent Sutton Hotel Collection.