Tang’s Living Group opens fourth Minimal hotel

Formerly known as Sunny Day Hotel, the rebranded Minimal Hotel Avenue has 51 guestrooms. Photo credit: Tang’s Living Group

Hospitality company Tang’s Living Group, based in Hong Kong, has opened the Minimal Hotel Avenue in Kowloon's Tsim Sha Tsui district, the company's fourth hotel under the Minimal brand and its 15th overall.

Formerly known as the Sunny Day Hotel, the rebranded hotel has 51 guestrooms that range from 183 square feet to 409 square feet. Its lobby, Mingle Place, is designed for socializing and networking. 
The property is the first hotel in Tang’s Living Group—and in Hong Kong—to partner with Butler, a Singapore-based property-management company. Butler is backed by the Stile Initiative, Asia’s first investment-backed residential incubation program founded by Stan Group.

The Group earlier reported it had a solid 2018, with occupancy rates surpassing 95 percent for all of the hotels and guesthouses under its umbrella. 
“Our target is to reach an inventory of 5,000 rooms by 2021,” said Eric Cheng, the company's managing director.

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