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Onyx Takes Over Management of Wesley Hotel in Hong Kong

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Thursday, 2 February 2012

Onyx Hospitality Group has taken over the management of the Wesley hotel located next to Admiralty in the vibrant Wanchai district of Hong Kong.

Appointed by Methodist Centre Limited, Onyx will close the property to undertake an extensive refurbishment programme before relaunching it as OZO Wesley Hong Kong in the last quarter of 2012.

We are very excited to rebrand the Wesley as the inaugural property under Onyxs dynamic new select service brand, OZO, said Kenneth Sorensen, General Manager, OZO Wesley & Vice President, Operations, Onyx North Asia. Given the superb location of the property, the positioning of the OZO brand as select service offering a five star sleeping experience, the fresh new OZO facilities and the services we will be unveiling, OZO Wesley will be an appealing alternative to the current accommodation offerings in the area around Admiralty and Pacific Place.

The 251-room property, offering a mix of rooms and suites, is located at No. 22 Hennessy Road, Wanchai, a prime business, commercial and entertainment area on Hong Kong Island. The hotel is just a few minutes walk from Wanchai and Admiralty MTR stations.

Facilities within OZO Wesley will include a Chinese restaurant, a breakfast lounge with adjacent meeting space, a fitness room, and a Grab & Go.

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