Signature Homes, the residential leasing arm of Sun Hung Kai Properties, has been renovating units in Dynasty Court in Hong Kong’s Mid-Levels neighbourhood since 2021. Photo: Handout
Signature Homes, the residential leasing arm of Sun Hung Kai Properties, has been renovating units in Dynasty Court in Hong Kong’s Mid-Levels neighbourhood since 2021. Photo: Handout

Hong Kong long-stay landlords battle desperate hotels for finite guests as former quarantine rooms flood market

  • Hotels slash rates to fill their rooms now that quarantine stays are gone, luring guests from serviced apartments and the leasing market
  • Only a reopening of the border with the mainland and a ‘0+0’ policy will fill up hotel rooms and restore normal conditions, insiders say

Signature Homes, the residential leasing arm of Sun Hung Kai Properties, has been renovating units in Dynasty Court in Hong Kong’s Mid-Levels neighbourhood since 2021. Photo: Handout
Signature Homes, the residential leasing arm of Sun Hung Kai Properties, has been renovating units in Dynasty Court in Hong Kong’s Mid-Levels neighbourhood since 2021. Photo: Handout
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