Venues & Floor Plan
As Hong Kong’s only member of The Leading Hotels of the World, Hullett House offers a selection of unique, individually designed themed suites ranging from 880 to 940 square feet in size. Each suite has its own spacious balcony with stunning views of Victoria Harbour, and features a unique design to meet guest’s preferences, whether they’re looking for classic romance or a chic, trendy experience.
All-time favourite suites include:
|Silvermine Suite Decorated with white-on-white ornately carved wood panels and furnishings evocative of Louis XIV, the suite is often referred to as “Hullett House’s Honeymoon Suite”. The bathroom also follows the white theme and is fitted with a clawfoot tub and crystal chandelier, making the suite the perfect dream, fairytale setting to any wedding.|
|Ma Wan Suite Exuding an extravagant Chinese ambience, the suite’s most striking feature is the Confucian Temple-inspired canopy that stands atop the four-poster bed. Hand-carved bedside lamps and throne chairs set against hand-painted wall murals depicting everyday life in the Tang Dynasty also offer guests a taste of royalty in Imperial China. The strong Oriental flair of the suite is ideal for couples seeking a grand, traditional Chinese environment for their special day.|
|Tung O Suite Regarded as the most luxurious suite of Hullett House, the Tung O suite is boldly decorated with black walls and gold highlights while still injecting Chinese design elements into its stylish décor. The magnificent gold tiles in the bathroom are accented by the clawfoot tub and sparkling crystal chandelier. The black bathroom fixtures are complimented by gold hardware to further exude decadent style with classical charm.|
Featured wedding venues – Creating extraordinary memories to remember
Hullett House was built over 100 years ago as the Marine Police Headquarters with strong colonial architectural elements, which can still be found in the interior design of the hotel and restaurants, highlighting Hong Kong’s rich tradition and history. Couples that plan to have their civil ceremony at Hullett House will find extra meaning as they vow to eternal love within the declared monument.
Featured wedding venues include:
|The Garden – Secret Garden Wedding With its lush, natural landscaping, The Garden makes an ideal location to host a European-style romantic garden wedding or cocktail party simply decorated with fresh flower arrangements and tent canopies under the blue sky, creating a beautiful wedding environment where simplicity and serenity combine.|
|Champagne Gallery – French Romance In the style of a French Maison, the newly revamped Champagne Gallery is to commemorate Champagne’s history and heritage, where guests can savour a wide range of premium champagnes. The room’s pure white walls, exquisite carvings, century-old wooden floors, stunning chandeliers and original fireplace created the perfect setting for an intimate wedding.|
|50 Pigeons Courtyard – Refined Elegance Located in the elegant courtyard open space in the heart of the Hullett House building, the 50 Pigeons Courtyard offers an unobstructed view of the clear skies and romantic starry night. The open area also offers freedom for wedding stage decoration and lighting design, allowing guests to tailor the type of event setup they prefer to create their dream wedding.|
|The Parlour – Best of Both Worlds The Parlour features three distinctive rooms and a verandah where “East meets West” with a colourful explosion: East Room, Dragon Bar, and West Room. The walls of the East Room are decorated with beautiful hand-painted canvases depicting Victoria Harbour at the turn of the 19th century. At the opposite end in the West Room, Brighton’s historic Royal Pavilion is depicted, reflecting King George IV of England’s passion for all things chinoiserie. In the Dragon Bar, dramatic dragons in Chinese “shadow” lanterns swoop and dive against a dramatic pink sunset sky above its long, double-fronted bar.|
|St. George – Extraordinary Style Designed to bring to mind a place where English gentlemen and tai-pan would gather in the old days, St. George’s high-vaulted ceilings, wooden beams, and crystal chandeliers create a romantic British atmosphere. The restaurant is divided into four areas – the main dining room, J. Black room, J. Craddock room, and J.P. Hennessy room – to accommodate different party sizes and cocktail events. The culinary team also carefully selects premium seasonal ingredients to create new French-inspired delights for a prestigious wedding.|
|Stables Grill – Stylishly Casual Dining Stables Grill occupies two levels of the former Marine Police Headquarters’ old horse stables, decorated with restored wood complemented by brown textures and warm tones. The dining area upstairs is accented by the glow of hanging red “egg lamps”, like those found over the street stalls in the traditional local wet markets of Hong Kong. The restaurant is also furnished with a selection of antiques, such as French lighting from the 1930s, blending classical elements with style to create a stunning visual effect.|
|Loong Toh Yuen – Classic Chinese Elegance Renowned Chinese restaurant Loong Toh Yuen offers traditional Cantonese-style cuisine into wedding banquets, serving a vast selection of classic Hong Kong-style classic items and innovative dishes. The restaurant also introduces a variety of wedding banquet menu options to cater to the needs of different customers. Heavily inspired by Chinese design elements, the décor embodies elements of old Hong Kong teahouse culture and King George IV chinoiserie.|