Old Hong Kong, New Attitude
Updated: Jul 18, 2019
Soravit Hotels unveiled its very first hotel concept, attitude on granville, a playful boutique Hotel featuring the themes of Tsim Sha Tsui and Old Hong Kong.
Conceptualized by Alexander Fu, Vice Chairman and CEO of Soravit Hotels and designed by renowned Oval Partnership, Attitude is inspired by the early 70’s and 80’s scenes of old Hong Kong. Upon arrival at the hotel lobby, your eyes can’t help but be drawn to the creamy white local public housing walls, vintage letterboxes, retro pay phones and an adjoining chic internet corner, while the reception desk is made out of local market plastic crates, adding a touch of nostalgic throw back for guests. The art, dé cor and ambiance throughout the hotel will have guests reliving with that classic, good old yesteryear in present day Hong Kong.
Lay your head with an attitude
The hotel also displays a variety of paintings from Josephine Fu at FuFu Studio. All the artworks are based around Tsim Sha Tsui neighborhood of what Granville Road looked like before multiple developers and landlords regenerated them, what the surrounding area is consisted of, and basically what TST was, and has been made out of. The hotel is a great and supportive platform for local artists to share their talents and the guest area is an amazing opportunity to introduce the next generation of artists around the world to Hong Kong’s culture and heritage.