2 MAY 2016

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Article from BTNews 2 MAY 2016

Read Cordis for Langham Place

The Langham Place, Mongkok (Hong Kong), has been rebranded to Cordis, Hong Kong. Cordis derives its name from the Latin term meaning "heart."

Langham says the brand's concept focuses on the core pillars of intuitive service, connectivity, sophistication and a sense of community.

The subject of a major renovation, Cordis, Hong Kong, has 664 rooms and suites offering views of scenic vistas, with spacious marble bathrooms fitted out with oversized bathtubs. Stunning works of over 1,500 pieces of contemporary Chinese art valued at over HK$35m adorn the walls and public spaces of the hotel.

To ensure guests are well connected, all guestrooms are equipped with a handy smartphone where guests get complimentary unlimited local and international IDD calls along with 3G data connectivity and wi-fi connection anywhere in the city. But remember to hand the phones back when you are finished or expect a hefty bill on your return home.

For business travellers and event planners, Cordis, Hong Kong, offers extensive and innovative meeting and event facilities wired with state-of-the-art technology. There are 16 contemporary meeting and event spaces catering to conferences and meetings, private events, receptions and cocktails. Meeting facilities come with multiple new technology advancements including a super-sized 6.7 x 3.4m hi-definition LED screen at the ballroom, new Lumens projectors and portable touch-screens. www.cordishotels.com

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