Hullett House, the former headquarters of the Royal Hong Kong Maritime Police, has been acquired by GR8 Concept. The heritage property was converted into a sumptuous boutique hotel with only a handful of rooms and five food and beverage outlets four years ago.
The present owners, the Aqua Restaurant Group, will hand over operations of the beautifully restored colonial era property on 15 May 2013. GR8 Concept will assume ownership on 15 June 2013.
“This is an exciting milestone for GR8 Leisure Concept, and we are very pleased to welcome Hullett House into our distinct hospitality business,” says Marcus Lee, the President of GR8 Leisure Concept.
“Hullett House is a highly prestigious property in Hong Kong and will further enhance our existing brands in terms of unique service offerings and exceptional customer service.”
Food and beverage outlets include The Parlour, Loong Toh Yuen, St. George, Stables Grill, and Mariners’ Rest. The boutique hotel is located atop the Heritage 1881 shopping mall in Kowloon’s Tsim Sha Tsui district.
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