The hotel which the area is 35,327? was completed on September 1, 2018. The design unveils the cultural glamour of this historic town with new visions, throwing guests to the past when the city was called Heung-san. Inspired by “mountains”, it infuses fun and excitement into the hotel and arouses curiosity with French elegance of Le Méridien.
The full-high lobby in a dark timber tone is cut by solemn arrays of screens, adding to the steady style. The acrylic mountains at the entrance and in the end offer a mystic and blurry hill view through water vapor after a nice rain. T
he water flows on the floor stone reach the walls seaward, turning the lobby into a veritable microcosm of Zhongshan landform of plains, hills and rich water system. The three free-standing reception counters, a rebel against ordinary design, taking the reflection of mountains in the water, rest gracefully on the grey marble as an offset to the deep space. In the background, the spiral shapes of pearly nautilus consisted of glass steel chrysanthemum petals vary from each other, making the reception area more diversified.
High-back chairs and grilled screens of Chinese style enclosed the lounge as a library to exchange thoughts. The crossed lines of the glorious past of Heung-san on the carpet facilitate the exploration.
The guest room of simple lines and clear-cut blocks in subdued colors with plain material combination of modern design as well as traditional details is designed to be calm and comfortable.
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