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Maggie & Rose opens a new family club in Hong Kong

by Leona Liu on Jan 4, 2016 in Interiors
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Hailing from London, Maggie & Rose Family Members Club has opened its first overseas branch at The Pulse in Repulse Bay, Hong Kong

Located on the southern side of Hong Kong Island, on the shores of Repulse Bay, the first Maggie & Rose overseas club  is set within The Pulse. The Family Members Club was founded by Maggie Bolger and Rose Astor in 2007 to create a private, more exclusive place where grown-ups and children can “Eat, Play + Learn”. The new 9,000 sq-ft family club in Hong Kong houses the Club reception and retail shop, soft play area, brasserie, dining and creative spaces including a cinema, cooking school and art studio.

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Entrance doors

Surrounded by businesses including restaurants, fashion and fitness, the area encompassing The Pulse as a hot-spot for many Hong Kong families. The journey to the family club starts from stepping through the London-inspired façade that opens up to the Club's eating, playing and learning spaces.

Learn booth

Play & Learn booth

Parents and children can enjoy fun times together at the themed "Eat + Play" booths such as vintage train, graffiti and Hong Kong-style cha chaan teng.

Cooking atelier

Cooking atelier

Both the Art Studio and the Cooking Studio offer a range of sensory-inspired classes for children to get messy and creative with paints and colours, get experimental with different foods and be expressive with music and dance.

Maggie & Rose - Playground

Playground

Featuring ball ponds, rope bridges and so much more, the vast, bespoke soft play area is designed for the young ones to burn off their energy after which the whole family can indulge in a scrumptious meal at the brasserie with food that is good for both adults and kids. The family club also features a massive 7,000 sq-ft Roof Terrace to be open in early 2016 for alfresco dining and outdoors play including a mini race-track.

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