Shun Tak Holdings Limited is a leading listed conglomerate with core businesses in property, transportation, hospitality and investment sectors. Established in 1972, the Company (HKSE 242) has been listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange since 1973.
The Group was a pioneer in introducing top-tier hotel services to Macau through its investments in the former Mandarin Oriental Macau and former Westin Resort Macau in the late 1980s.
As part of the Group’s One Central development project, the 213-room Mandarin Oriental, Macau was opened in June 2010, boasting fine elegance and bespoke services. The 208-room Grand Coloane Resort, formerly Westin Resort Macau, is a lavish boutique resort on the beautiful shores of Coloane Island overlooking the Hac Sa Beach and the South China Sea.
In Hong Kong, the Group holds a 70% interest in the 658-room Hong Kong SkyCity Marriott Hotel, which is located minutes away from the Hong Kong International Airport and AsiaWorld-Expo.
Recently, the Group has also made its first foray into Singapore’s hotel sector with Artyzen Singapore. Close to the local central business district and major tourism belt, it will be developed into a five-star luxury hotel offering 142 rooms.
To reinforce its presence in the hospitality sector, the Group founded Artyzen Hospitality Group Limited (“AHG”) in 2013 to offer hotel management solutions to hotel owners and developers, as well as managing its own portfolio of luxury hotel brands that are characterized by their unique Asian art and cultural elements. This strategic expansion seizes the extensive opportunities in the burgeoning Asian tourism landscape, catering for the increasingly affluent, discerning and mobile travelers in China.
AHG is managing and operating 10 properties (eight Artyzen branded hotels and two non-branded hotels). It is also developing seven properties, either as an owner-operator or on a management contractual basis, located in Singapore, Shanghai, Chongqing, Hengqin and Suzhou. The Artyzen branded hotels are Artyzen Grand Lapa Macau (formerly Grand Lapa Hotel), Artyzen Habitat Dongzhimen Beijing, Artyzen Habitat Hongqiao Shanghai, YaTi by Artyzen Hongqiao Shanghai, Artyzen Habitat Qiantan Shanghai, The Shàng by Artyzen, Artyzen Lingang Shanghai and Artyzen Habitat Lingang Shanghai. The non-branded hotels are Grand Coloane Resort in Macau and Eature Residences Lingang in Shanghai.
Artyzen Habitat Dongzhimen Beijing is a 138-room hotel opened in 2017. Nestling in a vibrant area within Beijing’s old fortress walls in Dong Zhi Men, it is just a 25-minute drive from the airport and is close to rail links.
Opened in 2018 in the new Shanghai MixC complex, the 188-room Artyzen Habitat Hongqiao Shanghai is situated in one of the city’s latest and best shopping destinations with numerous entertainment hotspots, and is close to Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport and the Hongqiao Railway Station. In the same complex is also YaTi by Artyzen Hongqiao Shanghai, a budget hotel offering 303 rooms with superior service for modern travelers.
Launched in December 2021, Eature Residences Lingang is a 128-unit hotel-apartment development operated by the Group. It is located in the Lingang Special Area of Shanghai Pilot Free Trade Zone – a strategic hub for cutting-edge technology firms and the finance and trade sectors.
Artyzen Habitat Qiantan Shanghai and The Shàng by Artyzen commenced operation in September 2022. Both the 246-unit and the 210-unit hotels are strategically located in the emerging Qiantan district in Shanghai, a hub for business, entertainment and residence with world-class sporting facilities.
In addition to hotel operation, the Group is managing the award-winning Macau Tower Convention & Entertainment Centre (“Macau Tower”), a major MICE venue and tourist destination in Macau. Apart from MICE business, it offers diverse dining options, the best observation spot in town, shopping attractions, as well as the world’s highest commercial Bungy Jump.
The Group also introduced Artyzen Club, a well-appointed private business membership club, to Hong Kong’s central business district in 2018. The Club provides haute Asian and Western cuisines, sports and wellness amenities and versatile facilities for corporate and private functions.