Shangri-La Hotels and Resort’s rebrand of its Traders Hotel properties in Asia is in full swing, as the company announced this week that its Hong Kong property has now been branded as Hotel Jen.
As previously reported by Business Traveller Asia-Pacific (see here), Hotel Jen is inspired by the virtual persona of Jen – a professional hotelier who loves life, travel and the discovery of new places.
Hotel Jen Hong Kong rooftop swimming pool
While the look and feel of the hotel will remain largely the same, some of the changes are aimed at providing guests with efficiency and care, particularly through the use of technology, with free wifi and mobile charging stations being some of the typical amenities available.
Hotel Jen Hong Kong, located at the famous Queen’s Road West, offers free shuttle bus services to the central business district. The hotel is also situated on the doorstep of the soon-to-be opened Sai Ying Pun MTR station, which will give direct access to the Airport Express link to Hong Kong International Airport.
Hotel Jen Hong Kong offers 283 guestrooms that come in six different configurations, ranging from the 25sqm superior room to the 50sqm club suite.
Notable services include laundry wash and fold service at one price for unlimited items; a rooftop swimming pool; and the highly popular Café Malacca – well known for its authentic Malaysian and Singaporean street-style food.
To commemorate the rebrand of the property, Hotel Jen Hong Kong is offering a deal starting from HKD1,250++ that will see guests receive a HKD50 F&B credit per person per night (capped at HKD100 per room) to be used at Café Malacca. Furthermore, the deal also includes a Big Bus Night Tour around Hong Kong for two; one Octopus Card with a cash value of HK50; free local calls; and late check out at 4pm. The offer is available until February 2015.
Guests who stay at one of the hotel’s suites will also receive two tickets to Ocean Park.
Shangri-La Hotels and Resort has stated that the next phase of the Hotel Jen rollout will include Traders hotels in Brisbane, Penang, Johor Bahru, Manila, Maldives, Beijing and Shenyang, which are due to be rebranded between October 2014 and March 2015.
For more information, visit hoteljen.com