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The Mira Hong Kong
Rooms & Suites
The Mira Hong Kong’s 492 vibrantly accented rooms feature modernist chairs like Arne Jacobsen s modernist Egg chair. Bose iPod docks create warm, resonant soundscapes that bounce off the translucent bathroom walls, while tropical-strength rain showers provide solace from the heat of Hong Kong s vibrant, neon-lit streets. High-tech touches in the bedrooms include personalized color schemes, 40-inch LCD TVs, and a smart My Mira service that puts you in touch with a concierge at the touch of a button. There s even a Handy smartphone device that lets you pick up calls to your room as you roam around Hong Kong, with unlimited data connectivity and free local and international calls. The Mira s eight metallic, purple-hued Specialty Suites, uniquely feature black wooden floors, angular white tables and silver, cone-shaped armchairs and designer couches, and have private terraces facing the leafy fifth-floor open-air lounge or the city.
The monolith of Tsimshatsui
The Mira s smooth, slate black facade is a study in minimalist efficiency, soaring high above the perfumeries and designer boutiques of this Hong Kong neighborhood.
Modern design with traditional Asian hospitality
The Mira Hong Kong’s 492 rooms are dressed in shades of red, green, silver or purple, creatively corresponding to your mood. In the marble-floored lobby, undulating purple and lilac lines point the way to curvaceous ink-black sculptures. By fusing clean lines and cutting-edge technology with natural textures and sleek finishes, lifestyle guru Colin Cowie and Miami-based interior architect Charles Allem have created a space to unwind and re-energize in the heart of modern Hong Kong.