Discover Spacious Living at Queen’s Garden Luxury Apartments
November 29, 2018 | BY Hong Kong Tatler
Located on Old Peak Road, moments away from Central, spacious luxury apartment living can be found at Queen's Garden
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Hong Kong is the city of apartment living. But, it can be difficult to find one quite like this. With a central location that’s nestled high away from it all, Queen’s Garden luxury apartments offer the kind of spacious living you’d expect to find in a country home.
With room to move, these modern yet charming style duplexes give residents access to resort-style facilities, making it feel like a holiday. But, Queen’s Garden is actually located on Old Peak Road, in the Mid-Levels–just moments away from Central.
Did we mention its animal and kid-friendly? And has an attractive social scene for couples and singles, and–one of the best views of Hong Kong city?
Move in to Queen’s Garden.
An Oasis in the Sky
Queen’s Garden is like residing inside your own tranquil paradise, thanks to each apartment’s modern design, stunning features and elegant fixtures.
All up, there are 174 units across Queen’s Park’s three towers, ranging from one to four bedrooms (2,050-square-feet to 3,790-square-feet in size).
Adding to the spaciousness, each duplex is split level, making it perfect for privacy (especially for families) and each apartment has been designed with high ceilings, creating an old-world charm–and, more space.
The well-equipped kitchen comes with a fridge, dishwasher, microwave, oven, washer, dryer and water heater. A parking space is also provided, and for cosmpolitans there’s even a resident’s shuttle bus that runs intermittently to Central.
Back inside, the duplex view alone–looking out from the floor-to-ceiling windows–which captures the harbour and Hong Kong’s city lights, will make you fall in love with the idea of living here.
A Holiday, At Home
Stepping out of the duplex’s luxury comfort, residents need not leave for what feels like a holiday away when living at Queen’s Park. With one of city’s largest residual tower gym’s each apartment has direct access. Inside, find top-notch aerobic and anaerobic equipment, as well as a host of fitness and relaxation classes to suit your health needs.
Follow up a workout with a sauna, before sliding into the Jacuzzi–the ideal way to unwind after an activating aerobic class or stretching yoga session.
Need to perfect that golf swing before hitting the green? There’s a golf simulator on site too, allowing residents to book into a golf class with a qualified instructor.
For the kids, there’s a play zone to meet and mingle with other kids, as well as swimming lessons and Taekwondo class, all without leaving the building.
The perfect balance of privacy and community is what makes these apartments special.
There are only two apartments on each level at Queen’s Park, so traffic and noise in and around the home is unnoticed. That means you can enjoy the seclusion and privacy of a home, and head out for community time, when you want it.
Residents can hold larger parties outside the walls of their private dwelling (a great idea for kids who might need more room to move), with the option of using the cinema for collective movie viewings.
Otherwise, residents can get social over a mixer inside the facility’s clubhouse. Social events such as dinners for new residents are held regularly, as well as annual parties for Christmas and Chines New Year.
Whatever is on, Queen’s Park lets you be you: socialites and quiet-timers, singles and families, sports fanatics and the ready-to-the-relax. You’ll find it feels like home for you too.
Discover more at Queensgarden.com
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