The Hillside


    Nestled on a tranquil corner of Wan Chai within close walking distance of the bustling centre of the neighbourhood, The Hillside offers swift and convenient connectivity to all corners of the rest of the city via the MTR and other modes of transport within the property’s immediate vicinity. And when you’re ready to retire after a busy day, each of the meticulously designed 22 units boasts the best of both comfort and style. 

    9 Sik On Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

    Each of the 22 suites is meticulously designed, offering a home that’s as chic as it is comfortable. Every suite comes with a private balcony, a spacious living room, a bedroom, and a fully-equipped bathroom and open kitchen.  


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    One Bedroom with Balcony
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    Balcony (sq.ft.)

    The kitchen is modest but ingenious, with a flexible design that makes best use of the space, comprising a pull-out table, drawer unit on castors, movable shelves, and an L-shaped corner cabinet. In the bedroom, meanwhile, a hydraulic bed offers ample storage space. 


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    Appliances & Amenities
    • Refrigerator
    • Cooker Hood
    • Induction Cooker Hob
    • Microwave Oven
    • 2-in-1 washer and dryer
    • Drawer unit on castors
    • Pull out table
    • Electric Water Heater
    • Exhaust Fan
    • Heat Lamp
    • Sheer and blackout curtain
    • Hydraulic bed with mattress
    • Closet
    • Inverter heat pump air-conditioner
    • Pre-installed telephone and broadband cable ready for connection 
    • Security and 24-hour CCTV surveillance 
    • Access control system
    • Rooftop garden

    The retail and commercial areas of both Wan Chai and Admiralty are easily walkable from The Hillside, as are a wide array of shops, restaurants, and other lifestyle hotspots. The rest of Hong Kong is easily accessible via Wan Chai or Admiralty Station and the tram; even the airport is just a short train ride away.  


    Estimated walking time to nearby transport

    • Wan Chai Station
    8 min
    • Admiralty Station

    11 min

    • Gresson Street Tram Stop 

    3 min

    • Lee Tung Avenue

    8 min

    • Starstreet Precinct 
    3 min
    • Pacific Place 
    10 min


    Estimated MTR journey time from Wan Chai Station

    • Central Station
    5 min
    • Causeway Bay Station

    3 min

    • Hong Kong International Airport Station

    38 min



    Top-class shopping destinations, gourmet cuisine, and art and culture hubs all abound in The Hillside’s surrounding neighbourhood. From the luxury boutiques of Lee Tung Avenue to the history of the Blue House, there’s no shortage of things to see and do as soon as you set foot out the door. 

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    Golden Bauhinia Square

    Located outside the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, the Golden Bauhinia Square is where the Hong Kong handover ceremonies were held in 1997. A flag ceremony is held here every morning at 8am. 

    The Hong Kong Trail

    Going on a hike along this trail is the perfect way to enjoy the serene, picturesque views of Hong Kong’s natural landscape. The trail starts at Wan Chai Gap Road and goes all the way across the rugged terrain of Hong Kong Island.  

    Southorn Playground

    This large outdoor sports ground is the place to go for an energisingworkout, whether it’s an impromptu basketball game or football match you’re after. There’s even a play area designed for kids. 

    Morrison Hill Swimming Pool

    This swimming complex offers both outdoor and indoor facilities, including a main pool, training pool, teaching pool and toddlers’ pool. The heated indoor pools are open all year round. 

    Lockhart Road Sports Centre

    Equipped with a full range of indoor sporting facilities, Lockhart Road Sports Centre hosts a wealth of sports events and recreational activities throughout the year.  

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    Wan Chai Environmental Resource Centre

    Hong Kong’s oldest surviving post office building was strongly influenced by British architectural styles. Today, it educates visitors on how best to promote environmentally friendly practices within their communities.  

    The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts

    A leading tertiary institution and the only establishment in Hong Kong that provides professional undergraduate education in the performing arts, the Academy also holds plenty of lively cultural events that are bookable by the public. 

    The Blue House

    So named for its striking blue walls, this block of buildings is one of the last remaining tong laus — or tenement blocks — with balconies in the city. Catch a glimpse of yesteryear faithfully preserved in Hong Kong’s modern urban setting. 

    Hung Shing Temple

    This Grade I historic building is dedicated to the deity who protects mariners according to Taoist beliefs. Pay a visit for fascinating insights into Chinese folklore. Given its central location along Queen’s Road East, the temple’s distinctive architecture also creates an intriguing contrast against the nearby skyscrapers. 

    Hong Kong House of Stories

    Much more than your regular museum, the Hong Kong House of Stories showcases the Wan Chai community’s culture and traditions from past to present through interactive activities and exhibitions.  

    Hong Kong Arts Centre

    The Hong Kong Arts Centre is a hub of contemporary art and culture where a wide range of exhibitions, art education and relatedprogrammes are run throughout the year. 

    7 Mallory Street

    Formerly dubbed Comix Home Base, 7 Mallory Street is home to a collection of revitalised century-old historical buildings that serve as venues for a variety of art and cultural events.  


    Wan Chai Computer Centre

    This shopping mall is a one-stop shop for digital products; those seeking the latest in hi-tech gadgets should definitely drop by.  

    Tai Yuen Street

    Fondly nicknamed “Toy Street” by the locals, Tai Yuen Street is a treasure trove for toy enthusiasts. The shops along the street, including some that have been around for decades, have both new and vintage toys on offer. It’s especially colourful during festive seasons. 

    Queen’s Road East

    Stroll along Queen’s Road East and you’ll find an abundance of shopping, entertainment and dining choices. Consider venturing down nearby side streets to immerse yourself in the unique charms of the surrounding neighbourhood, too.  

    Pacific Place

    You’ll find everything from designer brands and luxury department stores to top class restaurants and a cinema at premium shopping mall Pacific Place, which boasts over 130 shops.  

    Lee Tung Avenue

    Al fresco cafés, restaurants, and boutiques offering trendsetting local and international brands alike fill this relaxing, tree-lined pedestrian boulevard, which was formerly famous as a historic centre of Hong Kong’s publishing and stationary manufacturing industries.  

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    The Pawn

    Housed inside a century-old historic building that was once a famous pawn shop, The Pawn is the ideal place to savour a quintessentially British gourmet meal. Grab a spot on the rooftop garden if it’s open views and verdant surrounds you’re after. 

    The Hennessy

    Delicious international cuisine, chic interior design and panoramicharbour views are all par for the course at The Hennessy. 

    The East

    This gastronomic hotspot offers a wide range of international cuisines. It’s also home to The Grand Buffet, the only revolving restaurant in town where diners can enjoy rotating views of the city. 

    Starstreet Precinct

    This enclave next to Pacific Place features a variety of restaurants that offer a leisurely meal amidst an artsy, romantic ambiance.