Onyx signs fourth Hong Kong Shama property with Tai Hung Fai Group

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China: Onyx Hospitality Group has signed a management agreement for a Shama serviced apartment property in North Point, Hong Kong.

Shama Island North will be the fourth property in a partnership between Onyx and developer Tai Hung Fai Group, following Shama Hollywood, Shama Fortress Hill and Shama Midlevels. It is expect to open in early 2017.
Located on 310A King's Road, Shama Island North will feature 121 keys. There will be 29 hotel rooms, located on the second to fourth floors available for short stay, and 92 serviced apartments, located on the fifth floor onwards in studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom configurations will be available for longer stays.
Each apartment will feature a fully equipped kitchen, customised Shama Slumber bed, high-definition TV with an international selection of channels, a DVD player, and Wi-Fi internet. Some apartments will also have their own private balconies or terraces.
Shama Island North will also offer an in-house fitness centre, a lounge area, a roof terrace and a business centre, Shama Wired. In addition, self-service laundry facilities, located on the fifth floor, will be made available for long-stay guests. Personalised housekeeping service, round-the-clock security and concierge services will also be provided.
"As part of our expansion plan within the North Asia region, we are excited to step up our strategic partnership with our trusted partner Tai Hung Fai Group, by the introduction of the new Shama Island North, our fourth property together," said Tommy Lai, VP, North Asia, at Onyx Hospitality Group. "With Tai Hung Fai Group's strength in real estate development and our expertise in hospitality management, our collaboration will continue to bring more serviced apartment offerings to guests staying in Hong Kong, and will help further bolster Shama's leadership position within the industry."
Onyx currently manages 19 serviced apartments under the Shama brand across Asia Pacific, including six in Hong Kong.



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