Bay Bridge hotel in Hong Kong completes update

The Bay Bridge hotel in Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong, completed renovations.

Hotel G renovated the hotel's 436 rooms and one-bedroom suites. The updated spaces will officially launch in August 2015, targeting business travelers and tourists. The hotel is 20 minutes away from Tsim Sha Tsui and has access to the airport and Hong Kong’s public transport networks.

Recreational facilities at the hotel include an outdoor swimming pool with saunas and jacuzzis, along with an expansive fitness center – plus hill-hiking minutes away in Shing Mun Country Park and Tai Mo Shan Country Park.

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“There is nothing else like it in the area -a stylish and affordably-priced haven of tranquility and relaxation overlooking the South China Sea, yet within 30 minutes of just about everywhere in Hong Kong.," said Peter Pfister, GM of the Bay Bridge. "This is a new value-for-money concept for business and leisure travelers, seeking short or long stays – yet with all the modern style, functionality and convenience the millennial travel market now expects.”

The Hotel G portfolio now includes properties in Bangkok, Pattaya, San Francisco and Hong Kong, with new hotels expected to launch in Shenzhen, Suzhou and Beijing in 2016.

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