first_imgGo back to the e-newsletterLocated in Hong Kong’s Tin Hau district, boutique hotel TUVE is celebrating a year of tasteful elegance with two exclusive first anniversary packages valid from 1 September 2016 to 30 November 2016. Guests can not only relax and unwind at TUVE, where sensuous interior lighting transports guests to a timeless design sanctuary, but be treated to anniversary additions. Complimentary dining and a private walking tour are available in two TUVE Anniversary packages: TUVE Deluxe Anniversary Package for HKD 1800 + 10 per cent service charge and TUVE Premier Anniversary Package for HKD 2800 + 10 per cent service charge.As part of TUVE Deluxe Anniversary Package guests can enjoy a stay in a Deluxe room and a complimentary lunch set for two people in the SILVER ROOM, the hotel’s own contemporary Italian restaurant that plays on Asian influences. In honour of its anniversary, TUVE will also organise a complimentary curated walking tour of the neighbourhood and guaranteed 2pm late check-outs to ensure that guests make the most of their stay. Retiring to their quiet room after a day’s exploration of the city, guests can take full advantage of a free mini-bar with gourmet snacks and local specialties such as dripping coffee from CUPPA and Chubby Charlie Tea.TUVE Premier Anniversary Package offer all the perks of a Deluxe Anniversary Package with an upgrade to a spacious Premier room booking, the addition of two complimentary drinks at SILVER ROOM, a complimentary bottle of red wine for the room and an airport pick-up or drop-off service.“We’re honoured and humbled to see our beloved TUVE celebrate its one-year anniversary. Our successes have been dependent on the fantastic support that we’ve garnered from the community, inbound guests looking for a unique design and hospitality experience in Hong Kong, and the third-party awards bestowed upon TUVE from various countries. We really appreciate this and look forward to many more years of service to both our clients and our community,” said Managing Director, Pauline Tsang.Go back to the e-newsletterlast_img