JIA Hong Kong Voted Hong Kong's Leading Boutique Hotel

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Monday, 19 November 2007

JIA Hong Kong, the trendy hotel located in Causeway Bay and designed by Philippe Starck, was voted Hong Kongs Leading Boutique Hotel in the inaugural World Travel Awards for Asia, Australasia and the Indian Ocean.

JIA was ranked alongside the Landmark Mandarin Oriental as Hong Kongs Leading Hotel, and the InterContinental as leading business hotel. The awards ceremony was held earlier this month at The Leela Palace Kempinski Bangalore, India.

Renowned as one of Hong Kongs hippest places to see and be seen, JIA Hong Kong was also the only Hong Kong hotel listed on the prestigious Cond Nast Traveler Hot List 2006 of the worlds top new hotels. Londons Independent newspaper voted it one of the five best boutique hotels in Greater China.

OPIA, the hotels chic signature restaurant and bar, was voted Best Restaurant in the South China Morning Post/Harpers Bazaar Style Awards 2006, Wallpaper magazine voted in among the top five Best New Restaurants (worldwide) in their 2006 Judges Awards and Opia was also ranked among Cond Nast Travelers Hot Tables 2006, their annual listing of the worlds best new places to dine and by Hong Kong Tattler among the Best New Restaurants 2007.

JIA Hong Kongs studio and suite features include handpicked furnishings and fittings, fully equipped kitchenettes, and modern amenities including top of the range audio-visual equipment with flat screen televisions that revolve 180 degrees, surround sound, DVD/VCD home theatre and free wireless broadband. JIA guests also enjoy privileged access to KEE private members' club, including the VIP section, 10% dining discounts at Dragon-I, and complimentary use of the nearby California Fitness gym.

JIA Hong Kong is at 1-5 Irving Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong.

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