The vibe: Hidden away in the New Territories, One-Thirtyone offers a heavy dose of old-world charm in a three-storey house set amid lush green lawns. Continue reading “One-Thirtyone”
The vibe: Built on the site of the former Repulse Bay Hotel, this heritage address is home to three venues: The Verandah, The Front Lawn and The Marquee. Each has its own distinct personality – and all three come with panoramic sea views.
Looking for a wedding venue that hasn’t been overdone? Yi’s Kitchen, run by the Epicurean Group, is a new two-storey restaurant serving Asian and Western cuisine. Located in the Jao Tsung-I Academy, a Grade-III heritage building and hostel that has previously served as a hospital and as accommodation for labourers, the red-brick structure and its surrounding gardens make for a one-of-a-kind backdrop that your guests will be talking about for months.
Block H, Jao Tsung-I Academy, 800 Castle Peak Rd., Mei Foo, 2811-9398, yiskitchen.com.hk
The spot where Lupa used to be recently got a massive overhaul with the help of Joyce Wang Studio, one of Hong Kong’s most renowned interior designers. The newly opened Spiga will still embody a Mediterranean flare, but with a more cinematic design, paying homage to 1950s Italian glamour – think vintage musical instruments, silk wallpaper, a pendulum chandelier, terrazzo flooring and antique lighting fixtures. Sound like a good backdrop to a city wedding? We think so too! The 7,000-square-foot space also welcomes two new outdoor terraces: the intimate Secret Garden, and Portico, a spacious botanical rooftop terrace.
3/F, LHT Tower, 31 Queen’s Road Central, 2871-0055,
Decorated in subtle yet opulent navy and golden cream, Azure’s breathtaking city views makes it a perfect space for a chic city wedding. Continue reading “Azure”
Watermark was 2008’s venue of choice for private parties for everyone from Agnes b. to MTV. With its panoramic harbour views and wraparound outdoor terrace, decked out in simple creams, it’s easy to put your own mark on the place. Continue reading “Watermark”
This sleek modern Australasian restaurant offers 270 degree views of Victoria Harbour from its prime spot on The Peak, and it’s an ideal venue for a western style wedding dinner or cocktail party. Continue reading “Pearl on The Peak”