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The Mira Hotel in Hong Kong unveils new lounge: decanter at WHISK

by Sophie Cullen on Sep 26, 2016 in Interiors , Lifestyle
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All images courtesy The Mira Hotel

All images courtesy The Mira Hotel

Hong Kong’s foremost design-led accommodation, The Mira Hotel, has added a new lounge to its dining options: decanter at WHISK

Set within the modern interiors of The Mira Hong Kong in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, the just-opened decanter at WHISK is a new, informal space to unwind in after hours over a few glasses of wine and small plates of simple yet delicious food that is meant to be shared in good company.

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The space features comfy sofas, lounge chairs and warm decor, creating a contemporary setting for pre-dinner drinks with friends or colleagues. Bright yellow furnishings contrast a largely subtle palette to deliver an intimate and stylish location.

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With a cozy chic atmosphere, the wine lounge draws its purpose inspiration from the crystal vessel used for separating any sediment and allowing wine to open up and breathe. "Decanter at WHISK was designed as a joyful spot where you can set any worries aside and pour your heart out over a glass of wine with freshly made, tasty bites from the WHISK Kitchen," explains Gerhard Aicher, general manager of The Mira Hong Kong.

 

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