If you’re looking for a serviced apartment in Hong Kong that’s centrally located, spacious and has top class facilities, look no further! Comfort, luxury, gastronomy and service are the hallmarks of these fully furnished serviced apartments in Tsim Sha Tsui.
Located in Harbour City, TST’s vibrant shopping and commercial complex, Gateway Apartments consist of 256 serviced apartments ranging from 712-square-foot Studios to 2,931-square-foot three bedroom Penthouse units. Aside from breathtaking views of Victoria Harbour, here are some highlights.
Each apartment feels like a relaxing oasis, thanks to a colour palette of warm and sophisticated hues. There’s a meticulous attention to detail in the design, with functionality and practicality at the forefront. Bathrooms and living rooms are generously sized, making them perfect for long-term living, and the fully equipped kitchens would excite even a professional chef.
Residents enjoy access to the Pacific Club, an exclusive 140,000-square foot private membership club situated on its own pier, and boasting a 25m-indoor swimming pool, children’s playroom, tennis courts, gymnasium, separate men’s and women’s spas with saunas, steam rooms and Jacuzzis, and more. For dining, there are Italian and Chinese restaurants, plus a grill room and a casual family dining restaurant.
These are ideal serviced apartments for business execs and their families. And not just on account of the generous size and layout of the units. With purposely designed children’s furniture, special bedding and baby amenities available, and the newly built and well-appointed children’s playroom at the Pacific Club, it’s a great environment for families to live and play with comfort and security. There’s flexibility to suit various budgets too.
Gateway Apartments focuses on both style and sustainability, taking its responsibility towards the environment seriously. It has implemented a number of sophisticated environmental measures, including a solar-powered water heating system, state-of-the-art air filtration and comprehensive waste-reduction policies.
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This article first appeared in the City Guide 2019 issue of Expat Living magazine. Subscribe now so you never miss an issue.