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Harbour Grand Hong Kong joins Summit Hotels & Resorts

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The Harbour Grand Hong Kong has joined Summit Hotels & Resorts, a brand of the Preferred Hotel Group.

Harbour Grand Hong Kong is located on the waterfront in the heart of Hong Kong Island's commercial and shopping district near Causeway Bay. The hotel is just a five minute walk to the convenient  MTR subway system.

Opened in June 2009, all 828 contemporary designed guest rooms feature views of the world-renowned Victoria Harbour. Selected rooms even have private patios with heated Jacuzzis to enjoy the view.

 The signature Le 188° Restaurant & Lounge, one of five restaurants and lounges, offers a 188-degree view of the harbour, Hong Kong Island and Kowloon from the top level of the hotel.

The hotel features 12,685 square feet of meeting and function facilities, including a 6,200 square feet pillar-less Grand Ballroom that can accommodate up to 600 guests. The seven function rooms are flexible with adjustable partitions and all feature floor-to ceiling windows offering sea views.

 Recreational facilities include a state-of-the-art Fitness Centre as well as a 27-metre outdoor heated swimming pool, Jacuzzi, children's pool, and spa.

Benedict Chow, General Manager of the Harbour Grand said, "As a new luxury hotel, Harbour Grand will need to gain exposure internationally and I believe Summit Hotels & Resorts is the perfect business partner to help us build market awareness and reach the global audience."

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