Excellent use of space & ultimate style.
Shama dominates Hong Kong’s serviced apartment scene with its creatively designed and stylish homes. With around 250 units in six locations across Hong Kong Island, Shama now works in partnership with Morgan Stanley; guaranteeing further investment in properties cross Asia, beginning with Shanghai.
For those staying longer than a few days, Shama offers a serviced apartment with soul-a more stylish choice with a personal touch.
Everything you see in a Shama apartment has been meticulously sourced and selected to give you a feel of home. The staff ore pleasingly efficient and discreet; they provide daily cleaning and laundry services, and the friendly concierge can help get you a cab or a table for dinner.
Forget lonely nights at the hotel bar and lack of personal space-a Shama apartment offers a sexy kitchen, dining and lounge area. All of your own, for you to entertain or just relax in.
The fabulous design of Shama Central was created by famous French designer Christian Liaigre, whose impressive portfolio includes the homes of Karl Lagerfeld, Calvin Klein and Rupert Murdoch.
There are original artworks on the wall, beautiful hardwood flooring and funky custom designed furniture-the resulting ambience has been compared to the likes of Ian Schrager and Philippe Starck. The Central and Soho apartments, on Peel Street and Staunton Street respectively are minutes from the Mid Levels escalator that motor tirelessly to the Central Business District, a short ramble to the galleries and antique shops along Hollywood Rood; and a mere tottering distance to Lon Kwai Fong.
Ten minutes away, the Mid Levels apartments are perched halfway up The Peak. Its easy access into town and surrounding lush vegetation make this a popular area with expats Shama in Wan Chai offers a calmer retreat among the lanes off Queen’s Rood East, near Pacific Place 3; yet within walking distance are the popular restaurants and boutiques of Star Street. Dangerously close to the vibrant shopping complex in Times Square and the Happy Valley Racecourse, Shama’s flagship in Causeway Bay offers designer studios and luxury one- and two-bedroom apartments. Roof terraces are divided by ponds and tropical plants with separate dining and barbecue areas. With popular Japanese, Korean and Chinese restaurants
In the podium and one of Hong Kong’s biggest concentration of bars, restaurants, shops and cinemas on your doorstep, it’s a tranquil retreat in a lively neighborhood.
Offering a platinum gym membership, access to KEE Club, a ‘no boundaries’ membership card offering copious dining and retail discounts, Shama also helps to set up your social life. With the concierge to show you the way, Shama takes care of nights out as well as a night in.