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Rising above Pacific Place, The Upper House is the culmination of an upward journey from the bustling city below to a haven of calm and quiet taste. Guest rooms have a minimum area of 730 sq ft – a size rarely found in Hong Kong – along with 366 sq ft bathrooms and a range of modern amenities and facilities. Completed in 2009, this modern luxury hotel was awarded Best Hotels in Asia by Ultra Travel Magazine and Best Independent Hotel by Monocle Magazine.

At a Glance

Guest Rooms

117 guest rooms, including 21 suites and two penthouses

Design

Andre Fu’s visionary design gives the hotel a calming, contemporary ambience

Dining

Café Gray Deluxe is housed on the 49th floor

Brand

The House Collective

Take a Closer Look

The design of The Upper House embodies the idea of an upward journey. The Upper House invites guests through an atmospheric entrance and up a dimly lit escalator into a naturally lit space featuring an adjacent grassy area. The upward journey continues into the spacious guest rooms, which are presented in two colour schemes – bamboo and celadon – to heighten the feeling of serenity. The highlight of the upward journey is the Sky Bridge on Level 49, which features a skylight above a 40-metre-high atrium and leads to the Sky Lounge and the hotel’s signature restaurant & bar, Café Gray Deluxe.

Designer - Audre Fu

Hong Kong-born architect Andre Fu, hailed by Vogue UK as a “design wunderkind” and Condé Nast Traveler US as an “Asian design sensation”, is behind the design. Of The Upper House, Andre Fu said, “With an intention to create a small, intimate hotel reminiscent of a private residence, I have purposely conjured a sense of tranquillity throughout the design and ambience of the hotel.”