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Serviced Apartments Ref: Rosewood Residences

Serviced Apartments Ref: Rosewood Residences

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Serviced Apartments Ref: Rosewood Residences

Building Description

Rosewood Hong Kong`s exclusive Rosewood Residences will introduce 186 spacious, inspired interiors and uniquely positioned luxury accommodations designed for longer-term stays. Designed to facilitate fuss-free living and a smooth city sojourn, Rosewood Residences will offer a separate private entrance and dedicated 53rd floor club facilities, including an indoor swimming pool and private fitness centre, along with a host of special services and amenities for guests. Providing the ultimate key to flexible living, Rosewood Residences will accommodate four-legged friends-as-family, with trusted care options to cater to guests` treasured pets.


Conveniently situated on the central Kowloon harbour-front, on a historic site where the city`s future as a global trading hub was first established, and framed within the ambitious, landmark urban regeneration project that is the Victoria Dockside arts and design district, Rosewood Residences Hong Kong promises a new evolution of comfort for residential living in Asia`s World City. It is connected to Hong Kong Island by quick, convenient water, road, MTR, and Star Ferry transfers.


Perfectly designed for ultra-residential extended stays, Rosewood Residences offers a range of units from superlative studios to three-bedroom duplexes – some with outdoor terraces – and with peerless harbour views. Generous in form and detail, warm sophisticated interiors incorporate curated design with function. Guests enjoy the epitome of bespoke services and exceptional facilities for the modern luxury lifestyle.


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