Swire Hotels Launches The House Collective

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    Swire Hotels is happy to announce the launch of The House Collective brand. With a growing portfolio of hotels in the region, The House Collective brings together the “House” hotels under a single brand. The name suggests a collection of residences or homes with a strong design collaboration and intent; referring to the “collective” being a cooperative enterprise and a group of close-knit, like-minded people working together towards a common goal.

    Each with its own distinctive character and sense of style, The House Collective is a group of refined, highly individual hotels that defy comparison. The Upper House, The Opposite House and The Temple House are all uniquely imagined hotels for seasoned travelers who seek a different, intimate and personalised experience in luxury travel.

    The Upper House, Hong Kong
    Located in Hong Kong, The Upper House was designed by architect Andre Fu. A calming contemporary hotel, The Upper House is a haven within the city. The hotel’s 117 studios and suites are surprisingly spacious, featuring natural materials and gorgeous bathrooms. Enjoy thrilling views from Level 49 at Café Gray Deluxe.

    The Opposite House, Beijing
    The Opposite House is a striking hotel that puts guests in the heart of Beijing life. Designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, the 99-studio hotel mixes dramatic contemporary style with Chinese traditional designs and abundant space. Its four modern, lively restaurants and bars are essential destinations in Taikoo Li Sanlitun Beijing.

    The Temple House, Chengdu
    In Chengdu, a beautifully restored traditional courtyard building leads guests along stepping stones to The Temple House, a very contemporary hotel inspired by a Chinese aesthetic. Make Architects designed an alluring 100-studio hotel with 49 residences, three restaurants and a bar, engaging event spaces, landscaped hills and courtyards, plus an urban day spa with a teahouse and subterranean event spaces.

    Daniel Fountain / 15.07.2015

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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