Please take note that the entire property including guestrooms strictly enforces Heritage's non-smoking policy.
Please note that all hotel guest rooms are for accommodation to the leisure and business travelers only. For any commercial activities or other use of the guest room, we are pleased to provide you with a quotation accordingly.
Children stay for free using existing bedding or baby cot.
The Parlour is a glamorous and grand chinoiserie lounge that is the perfect place to entertain visitors or simply to indulge oneself. The day starts with English breakfast, followed by luncheon and afternoon tea. In the evenings, romantic dinner and exotic cocktails are the order of the day.
Nestled inside the old horse stables of Hullett House with views over the Houses white-stucco colonnades dating from 1881 and its sweeping lawns, Stables Grill is the perfect place to soak up the ambience of old Hong Kong and enjoy casual dining expertly presented by the culinary team.
Originally a drinking place for visiting seamen and working policemen, there has been a Mariners Rest in the Marine Police Headquarters for more than 100 years. Mariners Rest serves beers on tap and British gastropub fare with a modern edge. Brave visitors will be able to visit and drink in the buildings original jail cells that held many unruly sailors, European pirates, and Chinese pirates by the former Marine Police.
St. George is Hullett Houses signature fine dining restaurant, serving contemporary French cuisine within the historical former Marine Police Headquarters. Its refined setting brings to mind an established English club that contains reflections of Hong Kongs British influences.
Loong Toh Yuen
Loong Toh Yuen is Hullett Houses prized Cantonese dining restaurant. Embodying elements of old Hong Kong teahouse culture and King George IV chinoiserie in its inspired dcor, Loong Toh Yuen revives long-lost Hong Kong dishes and offers a comprehensive selection of classic dim sum and Chinese tea.