The Hong Kong Club Building is a historic symbol of the rich British colonial past in the heart of the business, financial and dynamic commercial centre, Central.
The knocked-down building was replaced with a 21-storey building re-designed by Australian architect Harry Siedler, third generation Hong Kong Club Building was unveiled in 1980.
Located directly above Central MTR station and 5 minutes walk from Hong Kong Airport Express Station. Covered walkway linked with subways, major Central buildings. Buses, trams , taxis and public multi-storey carpark are all close by.
The Hong Kong Club building boasts spectacular city and harbour views in it's unrivalled position. Many of Hong Kong’s landmark attractions – including Statue Square, Star Ferry Terminal, The Peak – are just a stroll away.
The building includes 6 levels facility for the Hong Kong Club plus 15 floors of column-free office space, occupied by a wide range of professional companies and organizations including law and accounting firms. The Hong Kong Club Building is a prestigious and convenient location for any business.
24 minutes ride by Airport Express Train or 35 minutes drive from Hong Kong International Airport
Directly connect to Exit J3 Central Station; reaching over 100 MTR stations in HK / Kowloon / New Territories and within 45 mins from Central to Shenzhen (Mainland China)
3 minutes to bus stations connecting all parts of Hong Kong
Star Ferry & Outlying Islands Ferry Terminals is a 10 minute walk along Central Harbourfront
The Hong Kong Club Building is situation in the heart of Central, a major financial and commerce area.
Home to the Hong Kong Club – an exclusive business and dining club, which counts the most influential people in the city, including such personalities as senior government officials and the heads of the major trading firms as its member.
Within 5 minutes walking distance:
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