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Andr”e Putman (pictured above), the internationally acclaimed French designer, is to open a boutique hotel in Hong Kong this spring. The project involved collaboration between Putman, luxury property developers National Properties Holdings and Citigroup Property Investors, who provided the financial backing for the property.
Built entirely to Putman”s specifications from site design to exterior elevation and interior decoration, the property consists of 28 serviced apartments designed for the long-stay business traveller.
Each 1,300sq ft (396sq m) one-bedroom apartment is a full-floor suite with dual-lift lobbies allowing private access to your suite. Each floor will feature three living areas, all interconnected with glass doors, open hallways and high ceilings. Apartments are fitted with 42in (1m) high definition (HD) television, Villeroy & Boch stand-alone baths and Siemens and Krups kitchen appliances.
Other amenities include daily housekeeping, full porter and concierge services. A caf” is also available on the ground floor. The average price for a month”s stay is HK$50,000 (US$6,398).
”Our company wanted to extend our expertise in luxury developments to the boutique hotel/serviced apartment sector,” National Properties managing director Loewe Lee said. ”We envisioned creating a stylish yet inviting space with all the comforts of home. Through Madame Putman”s inspirational and innovative designs, we will realise our first luxury hotel/serviced apartment project.”