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Thu, 23 May 2019

Hong Kong: 618-Room Hotel to Open in Q4 2019

A new 618-room hotel is scheduled to open in Hong Kong in Q4 2019.

The Alva Hotel by Royal is located by the Shing Mun River in Shatin, an eight-minute walk from the Shek Mun MTR station which easily connects guests to the rest of Hong Kong.

The hotel will feature a variety of F&B outlets, a fitness centre and a rooftop thermostatic swimming pool.

The Alva Hotel is making the most of the latest technology available, with mobile keys and self-check-in/out kiosks located in the lobby. The hotels mobile application will be able to accept online room bookings and allow pre-arrival check-in.

Standard Room at Alva Hotel by Royal in Shatin, Hong Kong. Click to enlarge.

In the rooms, guests can use the tablet provided to control their immediate surroundings, request the help of hotel staff and housekeeping services, make reservations at hotel restaurants and bars, as well as browse hotel activities and major events taking place in Shatin and around Hong Kong.

The eConcierge at the hotel will also encourage guests to explore Shatin, with suggested hiking and cycling trails around historically rich areas such as The Old House at Wong Uk Village and the Ten Thousand Buddha Monastery.

The interior of the Alva Hotel has been designed by Norman Chan, founder of BTR Workshop.

The hotel is currently accepting advance reservations for stays from 1 November 2019.

See also: Ibis Hong Kong Central & Sheung Wan Hotel - Interview with Simone Hansen, GM and Ibis Hong Kong North Point - Interview with GM, Wilson Choi.

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