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Ovolo 286 Queens Road Central (286 QRC) Opens in Hong Kong

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Ovolo has expanded its portfolio of hotels in the region with this weeks opening of the Ovolo 286 Queens Road Central (286 QRC).

The 60-room Ovolo 286 QRC was designed by Hong Kong firm KplusK Associates.

Techno fans may well appreciate the new Apple TV 3s, as well as the in-room tablet featuring a full e-guest directory. The wireless tablet also connects guests directly to Ovolos 24-hour Reception Team.

Ovolos all-inclusive concept means that everything from a European continental breakfast and Happy Hour cocktails to self-laundry, high-speed Wi-Fi and local calls are complimentary. The full list of complimentary benefits are:

- Free Wi-Fi
- Free European continental breakfast
- Free self-laundry
- Free mini bar
- Free local calls
- Free Happy Hour and canaps (6-8pm daily)
- Free use of 24-hour gym
- Free use of 24-hour Lo Lounge
- Flexible checkout

The 24-hour Lo Lounge can be used as an alternative area to work, network or simply to kick back and relax, with round-the-clock complimentary snacks and coffee, as well as free cocktails and other drinks between 6pm-8pm.

When its time to unwind, guests can head to Ovolo 286 QRCs fully equipped gym that is open round-the-clock, 7 days a week.

Ovolo will be adding to its portfolio of properties in this vibrant city with the opening of a new hotel at 2 Arbuthnot Road on Hong Kong island in the third quarter of this year. The group will also be opening its first international hotel and serviced apartment property in Melbourne, Australia in August 2012.

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