The Ventris

    Privileged vibes

    Welcome to The Ventris, Happy Valley’s most coveted address. Located in a prestigious residential district, the property is conveniently located close to the area’s top-notch shopping and dining destinations and also provides an array of transport options to access the rest of the city. Each of The Ventris’ 9 apartments is fully furnished and takes up an entire floor, granting residents complete privacy and the sense of belonging to an exclusive community. This privileged neighbourhood is surrounded by some of the best bars and restaurants in Hong Kong.

    20 Ventris Road, Happy Valley, Hong Kong

    Each breezy apartment at The Ventris features a spacious bedroom — complete with walk-in closet — and a fully equipped kitchen with extended balcony, making cooking fun and enjoyable.


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    Apartments are fully furnished, with a fully equipped kitchen that features a refrigerator, oven, gas stove, electric kettle, toaster and washer. Moving in is simple and hassle-free.


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    Appliances & Amenities
    • Gas cooking store 
    • Cooker hood 
    • Oven 
    • Refrigerator 
    • Washer 
    • Water heater 
    • Exhaust fan
    • Hair dryer (For one-bedroom suite only)

    For one-bedroom suite only 

    • Curtain 
    • Walk-in closet 
    • Split type Air-Conditioner
    • King-size Bed with Pillows and Duvet
    • Safe
    • Steam iron and ironing board
    • LED iDTV with Now TV channels and local channels 
    • Complimentary broadband internet and Wifi 
    • Complimentary local phone calls 
    • Security and 24-hour CCTV surveillance
    • Access control system 

    Located a scant few minutes away from the Happy Valley tram station, The Ventris offers quick, convenient transport across Hong Kong. The shopping destination Causeway Bay is only a 15 minutes walk away.


    Estimated walking time to nearby public transport

    • Causeway Bay Station   15 min
    • Happy Valley Terminus Tram Station   3 min


    Estimated MTR journey times from Causeway Bay Station

    • Central Station 7 min
    • Tsim Sha Tsui Station   10 min
    • Hong Kong International Airport Station   40 min

    The Ventris is located within the prestigious residential area of Happy Valley. An added bonus is close proximity to the Happy Valley Racecourse, a veritable hub of social and sports events, as well as Causeway Bay, Hong Kong Island’s shopping mecca.

    All Attractions
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    Parks & LeisureParks & Leisure

    Happy Valley Racecourse

    As much a destination for social butterflies as it is for horse racing enthusiasts, the Happy Valley Racecourse holds weekly events that make for an excellent night out.

    Happy Valley Recreation Ground

    Why work out cooped up in a gym when you can jog along this centre’s running track for free? Just make sure it’s not a team training day when you visit.

    Hong Kong Stadium

    The sports stadium in Hong Kong, this 40,000-seat venue has played host to an array of sporting events, including the East Asian Games and the Hong Kong International Cricket Sixes.

    Craigengower Cricket Club

    Founded in 1894, this cricket club is home to a range of facilities in addition to its cricket lawn such as tennis courts, a pool, a banquet hall, and a bar. Members can benefit from various social and sporting events that the club runs.

    Queen Elizabeth Stadium

    This indoor sports centre comprises a 3,500-seat arena, multi-purpose hall, a gym, and squash and badminton courts, making it a popular venue for both concerts and a variety of leisurely events.

    Victoria Park

    A calming oasis in the heart of the city, this spacious park is home to a swimming pool, running trails, and plenty of greenery, making it the perfect place to relax. Watch the park transform during festivities such as the Mid-Autumn Festival and Chinese New Year.

    History & CultureHistory & Culture

    The Hong Kong Racing Museum

    Discover the story behind Hong Kong’s horse racing culture at this museum, which takes guests through the sport’s 150 years of history in the city, as well as its contributions to Hong Kong’s society and economy.

    F11 Foto Museum

    This museum presents the opportunity to soak up art and cultural heritage both. Housed in a 1930s Art Deco building, which is listed as a Grade 3 historical structure, it hosts a range of carefully curated exhibitions of cameras, books, and photos.

    Hong Kong Central Library

    The largest library in Hong Kong and the Hong Kong Public Libraries’ flagship location, this 12-story, 9,400square metre building is home to a wealth of print, electronic, and audio-visual resources, all helpfully organised by floor. It’s conveniently located right next to Victoria Park.

    Tai Hang Fire Dragon Dance

    Originating from a 100-year-old ritual that Tai Hang — then a farming and fishing village — used to drive away disaster and misfortune, the fire dragon dance is a fiery performance that takes place just before Mid-Autumn Festival.

    Hindu Temple

    The spiritual centre of the city’s 40,000-strong Hindu community, this temple sees the celebration of major Hindu festivals such as Diwali and Dussehra as well as an array of religions and social events, from meditation sessions to discussions


    Times Square

    Unmissable for the massive TV screens and public displays and exhibitions running in the open courtyard at its entrance, this towering shopping centre and office complex is one of Hong Kong’s biggest shopping hubs. It’s known for its New Year’s Eve extravaganzas, too.

    Hysan Place

    Completed in 2012, Hysan Place is a modern shopping mall with an array of restaurants and fashion and beauty boutiques. It’s also home to the three-storey book and lifestyle store Eslite.


    Located along a picturesque, tree-lined avenue, this luxury shopping complex is filled with leading international fashion and jewellery brands. Families can enjoy dressing their little ones up to the nines on the children’s clothing floors.

    Lee Theatre

    This shopping centre boasts a range of shopping and dining options — most notably Japanese brands Uniqlo and Muji and South Korean store Aland. It’s also home to upscale gym Pure Fitness.

    Fashion Walk

    Buzzing cafes, restaurants and clothing stores spill onto the streets in this laid-back, casual location — the newest kid on the block amidst Causeway Bay’s shopping offerings.

    SOGO Causeway Bay

    A mainstay of Causeway Bay — and Hong Kong — since 1985, this is the Japanese-styled department store’s flagship location. Pay a visit to pick up fashion items, cosmetics, and even home ware and appliances. Maybe you’ll even scope a good deal or three, too.

    Wine & DineWine & Dine

    Shing Wo Road

    This road is home to an array of dining options, from grill houses to Chinese-style seafood restaurants. Take a stroll and have a browse before deciding where to settle for lunch or dinner.

    Food Street, Fashion Walk

    Shopping mecca Fashion Walk’s Food Street is filled with hip and casual cafes, dessert bars, and eateries, offering everything from Italian to Vietnamese fare.

    Food Forum, Times Square

    Perched on top of towering Times Square is the shopping centre’s food court and collection of restaurants. Grab a table at the affordable food court, or try out one of the many Asian or Western establishments on hand.

    Tang Lung Street

    A few minutes away from Times Square is Tang Lung Street, which is teeming with restaurants offering up an array of cuisines, from Japanese to Western food. Wander along the street or explore the lower floors of commercial complexes such as Midtown Soundwill Plaza II.

    Tai Hang

    The next district over from Causeway Bay and closely located to Happy Valley, Tai Hang is a quaint neighbourhood that’s since livened up with plenty of new and trendy restaurants and cafes. Expect a cosier vibe here than nearby Causeway Bay, with equally delish dishes.