Remembering Hong Kong’s Repulse Bay Hotel, where Hemingway hung out on ‘the Riviera of the East …

Had it not been torn down by its owners – Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels – in the 1980s, The Repulse Bay Hotel would be celebrating its centenary this year. Heralded by The Hongkong Telegraph as “a real pleasure resort for the Colony, a hotel without its like in the East”, it was opened on New Year’s Day 1920 by Hong Kong’s new governor, Sir Reginald Stubbs. “From the point of view of the tourist,” he was quoted as saying in his opening speech, it was “a great advantage to have a place of this…

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