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Shack up in Hong Kong's hottest hotelTin Hau, Hong Kong

Patterned marble, galvanised steel, textured concrete and raw timber are the over-riding materials used in the 66 rooms of this boutique hotel, Tuve. It seems like minimalism in the extreme, with local architects Design Systems using a series of photos of a Swedish lake – rocks partly submerged and mists swirling – as the unlikely inspiration. Natural light is also utilised, with translucent wired glass, a material more often seen in offices, separating bed and bathroom. In the ground floor restaurant, Silver Room, where folds of metal create privacy between tables, the menu has a decidedly Japan-meets-Italy vibe. It won’t be everyone’s stripped-back glass of fizzy water, but it’s certainly a game changer
in bigger-is-better Hong Kong. 


  • Free wi-fi
  • Complimentary tea and coffee
  • 40 inch HDTV
  • A high-end in-house Italian restaurant

From AU$165 a night.

Tuve
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