The Fleming Hotel is officially reopened for business. This nautical-inspired boutique hotel originally opened in 2006 and it’s been restyled for a new type of traveller. The concept pays homage to Hong Kong’s shipping heritage and the interior design and décor reflect vintage 1960s design and architecture. To help create this atmosphere, the hotel uses brass fixtures and navy and green hues. Details like specially crafted pieces like the 65, 000 coins that make up a portion of the first floor are what makes this hotel so unique. All 66 rooms at Fleming look like ship cabins with wooden panels and custom-made soft lamps and control panels that are made to look like a ship’s navigation tools. The hotel also has a ground floor restaurant called Osteria Marzia which features an array of dishes inspired by the coastal towns in Italy.
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