Tsim Sha Tsui has long been Hong Kong’s welcome mat to the world. The peninsula previously was the terminus for rail travelers from far flung destinations in Europe, and it continues to host scores of visitors by sea, air and land. Alongside long established luxury accommodations such as The Peninsula, InterContinental Hong Kong and Sheraton Hong Kong, a boutique hotel has arrived on the scene to give guests an alternative, more design-driven stay. And it is redefining luxury to suit intrepid millennial explorers.
Designed by Hong Kong based FAK3, Pravo Boutique Hotel is a 93-key property situated in a converted 10 storey former commercial building dating to the 1970s. FAK3 was responsible for its façade design; finished with brass coloured paint, the façade was transformed with dark window frames and tinted glass. LED lighting that resembles a rain pattern at night cements the hotel’s presence in the heart of TST.