With unobstructed harbour views and a central location in the hub of Tsim Sha Tsui, Gateway Apartments believes it has more selling points than its competitors and nearest neighbours. More than 75 per cent of Gateway Apartment's tenants are long-stay clients, residing for at least a year. Over 95 per cent are expatriates. The serviced apartments comprise Hampton Court and Sutton Court and are on floors 25 to 39 at the top of Prudential Tower and Sun Life Tower. The Harbour City location gives clients access to all types of transport connecting all parts of the territory, as well as easy access to the border. The complex also offers plenty of shopping, dining and entertainment facilities under one roof. 'Gateway Apartments offers a balance of lifestyles, from total relaxation and comfort to the hustle and bustle of Tsim Sha Tsui,' said assistant general manager Dave Siu. Top-quality concierge and housekeeping services and a personalised service were other selling points, while the retail and food and beverage outlets within Harbour City provided advantages other serviced apartments did not have, Mr Siu said. Large windows made the most of the harbour and Kowloon Park views, while comfortable furnishings in light, neutral colours added to the airy ambience. The apartments range from studio units to deluxe three-bedroom suites offering 16 floor-plan alternatives. The apartment sizes range from 712 square feet to just over 2,930 sq ft. Entertainment and information-technology devices include a multi-functional television with 60 channels in several languages, hi-fi equipment and in-room broadband. Residents can enjoy facilities offered at the Pacific Club for a nominal fee. These include tennis courts, driving ranges, squash and basketball courts, a swimming pool, a gym, male and female spas and a hair and beauty salon. The club also has several restaurants and bars. Room service is provided by the Marco Polo Gateway Hotel, and a car parking space can be reserved for a monthly fee.