Swire Hotels has launched The House Collective, which brings together the group’s “House” hotels under a single brand.

The brand currently consists of three properties – The Upper House, The Opposite House and The Temple House – all of which Swire Hotels says have their own distinctive character and sense of style.

“Our goal is to create a series of highly individualised hotels which houses a range of dynamic restaurants and uniquely designed facilities. They are specially designed for seasoned travellers who seek a different, intimate and personalised experience,” said Brian Willams, managing director of Swire Hotels.

Designed by local architect Andre Fu, The Upper House Hong Kong offers 117 studios and suites. The highlight here has to be the city views that visitors and guests can enjoy from Level 49 at Café Gray Deluxe. For more, see here.

Designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, The Opposite House Beijing is a 99-studio property featuring a blend of contemporary style with traditional Chinese designs. It has four restaurants and bars, including Jing Yaa Tang by internationally recognised restaurateur Alan Yau. For more, see here.

Designed by Make Architects, The Temple House Chengdu is a 100-studio hotel with 49 residences, three restaurants and a bar, event spaces, day spa, and a tea house. The retail section of the hotel complex is operational, but the hotel itself opens in July. For more, see here.

For more information, visit the-house-collective.com