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Madera Hollywood offers grand experience for visitors

by Simon Yuen on Apr 5, 2016 in Interiors
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Madera Hollywood in Central, Hong Kong, is the city’s newest iconic hotel 

Madera Hollywood in Central has been unveiled recently by the local developer Hip Shing Hong. Situated on Hollywood Road, the hotel offers 38 suites with sizes ranging from 54 sq-f to 70 sq-f.

Madera Hollywood_Mural_02

There are five types of suite available, including the deluxe suite, the premier suite, the grand deluxe suite, the grande premier suite and two feature suites with special design named Monroe Suite and Chaplin Suite.

Madera Hollywood_Monroe Suite 01

According to the developer, the hotel is designed in Hollywood Regency style by an in-house designer, reminiscent of the golden era in Hollywood during the 1920s to 1950s. One of the highlights of the hotel is the facade, featuring four legendary Hollywood stars including Charlie Chaplin, Audrey Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe and Frank Sinatra.

Inside, the hotel is like a museum of Hollywood, as neoclassical furniture and lush decorations with vivacious tones can be found along with a vintage collection that includes Charlie Chaplin’s bowler hat and cane, a class photo of Marilyn Monroe in 1941 and various posters and photos.

Madera Hollywood_Auction Items_Chaplin's Cane

“I hope this hotel may elevate the local boutique hospitality benchmark with its extravagant Hollywood Regency style, personalised service and uncompromising experiences offered,” says David Fong, managing director of Hip Shing Hong. 

 

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