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Jia is the Mandarin word for "home," and though that may seem far-fetched unless Philippe Starck designed your pad, there are some nice domestic touches here.A stylish, media- and tech-savvy crowd chooses this place; its cool, casual vibe is markedly different from the formal, hand-and-foot service found at the city's grande-dame hotels.
Discreetly tucked away in the midst of Causeway Bay shopping, JIA (Mandarin for "home") features cozy studios and one-bedroom suites with marble kitchenettes and bathrooms.
Designer Philippe Starck's incredible ability to blend seemingly unblendable themes makes every corner an exercise in eye candy, but it isn't all style over substance. Full review →
Travelers who are allergic to ugly hotel rooms should head straight to Hong Kong's first -- and still hippest -- boutique hotel, designed by Philippe Starck. Full review →
Hong Kong's hippest hotel, designed by Philippe Starck, is the new place to be. Full review →
Every aspect right down to the staff’s uniforms, modern baroque furnishings, and the latest in technology is designed to fit with its sleek, whimsical aesthetic. Full review →
Designed by Philippe Starck, J Plus is a stylish boutique hotel in the heart of bustling Causeway Bay.
Escape Hong Kong’s hustle and bustle in style-god splendour at lively Causeway Bay's J Plus Hotel by Yoo, Phillippe Starck’s first foray into Asia. Full review →
Billed as the continent's first boutique-hotel, this cute, bohemian property is a magnet for trendy, typically younger or design-savvy guests who don't want a cookie-cutter room Full review →
The JIA Hong Kong, located in the Causeway Bay shopping district, is the first boutique hotel in Asia designed by French designer Philippe Starck. Full review →
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