Ovolo Southside Hong Kong

    A member of Design Hotels. Hong Kong’s first warehouse-turned-hotel, Ovolo Southside is something you might expect to find more in New York’s Meatpacking District than in Wong Chuk Hang. The hotel references the area’s industrial past in its design, as seen in the exposed concrete and brick façade, and the utilitarian design of its Lo Lounge. Graffiti and art installations are spread throughout the hotel’s public spaces and offer a striking mix of local and international artists’ works. As with all good design, the hotel does not take itself too seriously. Case in point, a Mao-style meeting room that offers reclining leather armchairs against an exotic Chinese fabric wall, instead of boardroom style seating. Perks such as complimentary breakfast, free daily-replenished minibar, self-service laundry facility, and flexible checkout are but some of the many reasons that Ovolo Southside is the perfect springboard from which to explore one of the last bastions of authentic Hong Kong.





    • 160 rooms
    • 24 floors



    • Billiards and Pool Tables
    • Concierge Services
    • Fitness
    • Live Entertainment
    • Restaurant
    • Room Service
    • In-Room Safe
    • Café
    • 24 Hour Front Desk
    • Bar


    Ovolo Southside’s restaurant, Kömune, serves South American dishes with an Asian flare, all prepared by renowned Chef El Palanca. The open kitchen allows guests to fully immerse themselves in the flavors, smells, and overall dining experience.



    64 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Hong Kong

    On the south side of Hong Kong Island, Wong Chuk Hang has a slightly different face than many Hong Kong neighborhoods: it’s not as skyscraper-studded, but still it plays host to a number of cocktail places, restaurants, bars, and galleries.