The Mira Hong Kong, its sister hotel in Kowloon, Mira Moon melds traditional Asian hospitality with touchable technological wizardry. With a theme of ancient Chinese myths and a touch of 21st century, this unique hotel invites guests to get a glimpse of the changing face of the city and provides them with a space to connect with like-minded souls.
Mira Moon was conceived under the creative and whimsical direction of Wanders and yoo. Together, they drew inspiration from the vivacity of China’s Moon Festival fairytale and created a hotel that oozes drama and energy. Glazed ceramics, flowery tailored carpets and cut shards of crystal give the lobby a prickly mix of textures, whilst shades of carrot, coffee and avocado echo the surrounding neighborhood’s colorful nightlife. From the entranceway to the hotel’s restaurant and the tranquil secret garden, the mood is positive yet informal. For the fashion-conscious globetrotters and business types who are drawn here from around the world, relaxation couldn’t be easier. The 91 bedrooms (including one penthouse suite) take full advantage of the Hong Kong skyline, with floor-to-ceiling windows running parallel to the plump white beds. Spotlights embedded in the latticed wooden ceilings provide additional luminosity, as do the wavy white shelves, which peak and trough away from the walls. Oriental carpets, glazed ceramic vases and rose-red floral window blinds hint once again at early Chinese myths. Combine these with high-end technology (each bedroom has a personal eConcierge service, an iPod dock and a 46-inch 3D TV) and there’s no doubting that Mira Moon’s rooms have set a new standard for inner-city comfort.