The Staunton


    Experience the future of urban living at The Staunton. Catering to young professionals and executives, the serviced property’s 57 elegantly appointed suites elevate contemporary home comforts through quality services and amenities. What’s more, lifestyle offerings such as gyms and business centre services make living at The Staunton a breeze. A convenient location in the heart of Soho also means easy access to a dazzling array of dining and leisure hotspots. At The Staunton, home isn’t just where you hang your hat, but where you brighten up your life. 

    22 Staunton Street, Central, Hong Kong

    Located in a brand new building, all of The Staunton’s one-bedroom suites are kitted out with modern furnishings and feature wide windows with commanding views of the vibrant, hectic Soho neighbourhood in Central; urban views from high up are particularly stunning. Plenty of natural light streams through during the day. 


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    Each fully-furnished, modern suite is equipped with convenient amenities, including an in-room washer and dryer. Twice-a-week maid and linen services ensure that your stay is stress-free. Residents also have the privilege of enjoying the building’s clubhouse, which features a gym and garden terrace.  


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    Appliances & Amenities
    • Induction cooker hob
    • Cooker hood
    • Microwave oven
    • Refrigerator
    • 2-in-1 washer & dryer
    • Water heater
    • Exhaust fan
    • Hair dryer
    • Curtain
    • Split-type Heat Pump Air-Conditioner
    • Queen-size Bed with Down Pillows
    • Duvet
    • Steam iron and ironing board
    • LED iDTV with Now TV channels and local channels
    • Complimentary broadband internet and Wifi
    • Complimentary local phone calls
    • Twice a week housekeeping services
    • 24-hour security services
    • Access control system
    • Gymnasium
    • Outdoor terrace

    Merely a 10-minute stroll away from Central Station, The Staunton offers unparalleled convenience with the property’s location in the heart of Soho. Residents can take advantage of stellar dining and entertainment right on their doorstep, as well as excellent connectivity to the rest of the city.


    Estimated walking time to nearby public transport

    • Central Station   9 min
    • Hong Kong Station   10 min
    • Gilman Street Tram Stop   5 min
    • Central Ferry Pier   20 min


    Estimated MTR journey times from Central Station

    • Admiralty   3 min
    • Causeway Bay   7 min
    • Tsim Sha Tsui   6 min
    • Hong Kong International Airport   33 min

    Much like the London locale from which it takes it name, Soho is a neighbourhood that buzzes with some of the city’s best nightlife, dining, and cultural offerings. But it’s not all about what’s fresh and trendy — the area is filled with historical gems just waiting to be discovered, too. Residing at The Staunton means easily exploring this lively district, which is just a few steps away. 

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    Parks & LeisureParks & Leisure

    Statue Square

    At the heart of Central is Statue Square, a sprawling pedestrian square that has witnessed the city’s history over the past century. Bisecting the square is main thoroughfare Chater Road. 

    Chater Garden

    A green sanctuary surrounded by imposing skyscrapers, Chater Garden looks like a setting straight out of Blade Runner. Government officials and the city’s business elite alike flock to the calming refuge for a break from their hectic working lives.

    Hong Kong Park

    Meet and greet some of the world’s rarest birds and plants right in the middle of the city at Hong Kong Park. Located next to Cotton Tree Drive, the park is an urban wonder, where natural landscape and surrounding contemporary architecture — including some of the city’s most iconic landmarks — coexist in perfect harmony.

    Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens

    On the northern slope of Victoria Peak stands one of the world’s oldest zoological and botanical parks. The Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens boasts over a thousand interesting species and five historical structures.

    Central Harbourfront Event Space

    Every visit to Central Harbourfront Event Space is bound to be memorable, whether you’re attending a family-friendly carnival or a music festival, or even taking a romantic ride on the Hong Kong Observation Wheel. When it’s not booked for an event, the open-air space is a hotspot for tourists and morning joggers alike for its picturesque waterfront view.

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    Tai Kwun

    One of the city’s most ambitious re-adaptive projects yet, Tai Kwun — the Former Central Police Station Compound — houses at least three declared historical monuments, new contemporary buildings created by Herzog & de Meuron, and a truly impressive rotating arts and heritage programme.

    Former Legislative Council Building

    This colonial building attracts history buffs, photographers, and multitudes of other visitors for its stately facade. Known also as the Old Supreme Court Building, it currently houses Hong Kong’s Court of Final Appeal.

    White Cube

    The first chapter of the famed White Cube gallery to be located outside of the United Kingdom, White Cube Hong Kong opened at 50 Connaught Road in 2012, holding world-class exhibitions by the likes of Damien Hirst and Anselm Kiefer. (Art aficionados won’t want to miss this one.)

    Hanart TZ Gallery

    Over the past three decades, Hanart TZ Gallery has been dedicated to bringing Chinese contemporary art to Asia and the rest of the world. The gallery is a hub for established and emerging artists as well as art connoisseurs.

    Hong Kong City Hall

    Boasting a modern, geometric design, Hong Kong City Hall has staged an abundantly diverse array of performances, from Chinese operas to avant-garde plays, for over half a century at Edinburgh Place.

    Hollywood Road

    Winding through Soho, Hollywood Road is well-known as a treasure trove of art galleries and antique shops. In recent years, a new form of art has joined the fray—namely, street art and murals tucked into side streets and emblazoned brightly on building walls.



    The International Finance Centre immutably transformed Hong Kong’s iconic skyline when it was first constructed. The complex comprises offices of some of the world’s most prestigious corporations as well as flagship stores of top luxury brands. Work hard, play hard indeed.

    Harvey Nichols

    Packed full of fabulous brands, the quintessential British department store is the perfect spot for some deluxe retail therapy, whether it’s a fine bottle of wine or a fetching new set of threads you’re after.


    A shopping trip in Central just isn’t complete without a visit to The Landmark. Here, slow down and indulge in a world-class shopping experience followed by a swish yet laid-back high tea.


    Formerly Queen’s College and Police Married Quarters, PMQ was revitalised into a veritable playground for the city’s emerging creative and design talents; swing by Hollywood Road to soak up its artistic ambiance.

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    Just a hop, skip and a jump away is Hong Kong’s unique Soho neighbourhood, where you can sip on chic cocktails while taking your pick among top-notch cuisines from across the globe.


    Party animals will want to make a beeline for Hong Kong’s hottest nightclubbing district. The small square of streets is home to a bevy of glamorous bars, pubs, and other party venues. Visit during New Year’s Eve, Halloween, or other holidays to truly experience the buzz of the crowds!