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December 22, 2014



Miami-based interior designer Charles Allem did an incredible job with The Mira Hotel, making it one of the most stunning hotels in Hong Kong. With its modern yet warm vibe and incredible lighting, the hotel has done its share to attract a younger, hipper crowd, but it is still predominantly patronized by working professionals.
Mira Hong Kong’s half century of first name hospitality and a sense of being ‘at home’.
Located on Nathan Road in Tsim Sha Tsui, in the heart of one of Hong Kong’s busiest shopping and commercial districts,   Mira Hotel boasts of 492 rooms that are well-designed and suits the requirements of business travellers and holiday makers. Every room is equipped with amenities such as telephone, wireless Internet access and coffeemaker.

Mira Hong Kong also boasts an area of 15,000 square feet of ballroom, making it the biggest hotel ballroom in Hong Kong. The Ballroom can be divided into several individual function rooms to accommodate from the smallest of group to the most lavish of banquets, meetings, conventions, weddings, and other premier events.

Ballroom on the 18th floor overlooking the Kowloon Park is one of the most spectacular in the area offering day and night views of both Kowloon city and HK Island. 18 beautifully crafted Czech crystal chandeliers adorn the tall ceiling. Sophisticated built-in lighting system provides virtually unlimited scene-setting capability to suit any event.

Asian and International Delicacies offers you a relaxing dining experience, with the delicious food and beverages, music, decor, ambience and lighting all come together to form one of the hippest dining spots in the city. The designer lobby and entrance complement newly refurbished rooms that feature stylish colour palettes with contemporary touches, will-appointed facilities and full amenities. The hotel also has 1 bar and lounge plus 3 restaurants offering International and Chinese.

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