Hong Kong’s hotels and guest houses remain cautious over a plan to turn hundreds of rooms into transitional housing. Photo: May Tse Hong Kong’s hotels and guest houses remain cautious over a plan to turn hundreds of rooms into transitional housing. Photo: May Tse
Hong Kong’s hotels and guest houses remain cautious over a plan to turn hundreds of rooms into transitional housing. Photo: May Tse

Hong Kong’s hotels and guest houses not yet sold on government’s transitional housing plan for unused rooms

  • Industry cautious ahead of online meetings to discuss transforming hundreds of rooms into temporary homes
  • Federation of Hong Kong Hotel Owners chief doubts many of its members will join scheme

Topic |   Hong Kong housing
Hong Kong’s hotels and guest houses remain cautious over a plan to turn hundreds of rooms into transitional housing. Photo: May Tse Hong Kong’s hotels and guest houses remain cautious over a plan to turn hundreds of rooms into transitional housing. Photo: May Tse
Hong Kong’s hotels and guest houses remain cautious over a plan to turn hundreds of rooms into transitional housing. Photo: May Tse
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