In Pictures: Ovolo Southside hotel opens in Hong Kong

The design-led Ovolo Southside hotel opens this week in Hong Kong, offering some unique meeting space.

Ovolo Southside hotel, Hong Kong
Ovolo Southside hotel, Hong Kong
  • Ovolo Southside hotel, Hong Kong

    Ovolo Southside hotel, Hong Kong

  • Ovolo Southside hotel, Hong Kong

    Ovolo Southside hotel, Hong Kong

  • Ovolo Southside hotel, Hong Kong

    Ovolo Southside hotel, Hong Kong

  • G.I.G. Gallery, Ovolo Southside hotel, Hong Kong

    G.I.G. Gallery, Ovolo Southside hotel, Hong Kong

  • Ovolo Southside hotel, Hong Kong

    Ovolo Southside hotel, Hong Kong

  • Ovolo Southside hotel, Hong Kong

    Ovolo Southside hotel, Hong Kong

  • Lo Lounge, Ovolo Southside hotel, Hong Kong

    Lo Lounge, Ovolo Southside hotel, Hong Kong

  • Ovolo Southside hotel, Hong Kong

    Ovolo Southside hotel, Hong Kong

  • Cirqle restaurant, Ovolo Southside hotel, Hong Kong

    Cirqle restaurant, Ovolo Southside hotel, Hong Kong

  • Above bar, Ovolo Southside hotel, Hong Kong

    Above bar, Ovolo Southside hotel, Hong Kong

  • Above bar, Ovolo Southside hotel, Hong Kong

    Above bar, Ovolo Southside hotel, Hong Kong

  • Ovolo Southside hotel, Hong Kong

    Ovolo Southside hotel, Hong Kong

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Located in the edgy, arty, South Coast area, Ovolo Hotels has transformed a multi-use industrial building into Hong Kong's 'first warehouse conversion hotel'.

The 162-room property – adorned with the works of numerous local and international artists – offers a rooftop bar, 24-hour gym and a range of complimentary services including breakfast, daily replenished minibars, happy hour drinks, free high-speed wi-fi and access to over 11,000 internet hotspots throughout Hong Kong.

Meeting areas include the G.I.G. gallery, a multimedia space featuring an 18m video projection wall and state-of-the-art sound system; and the B.I.G. conference room, which includes projector walls, leather sofas instead of office chairs and is capable of doubling as a screening room.

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