An iconic blend of design, location and service
Overlooking Repulse Bay’s pristine beach, The Lily is an address that is known Hong Kong wide. Its unique form attracts admiration, its prominent location enviable, and the opportunity to call it home is an exciting reality. This is a special place to live.
Within its curved form, The Lily contains a wide variety of apartments that match a diverse range of lifestyles. Furnished, or unfurnished, there are many options to choose from. Three and four bedrooms, duplexes, and penthouses can be leased on a short, medium, or long term basis. And every one has the option of Nina quality hotel housekeeping and concierge support.
As you’d expect from residences of this calibre, The Lily has a beautiful indoor swimming pool, a high quality gym with fitness trainer, entertainment spaces, and extensive resident and guest parking.
Repulse Bay is a beautiful location, and The Lily is the perfect address.
Explore the charms of Southside living
129 Repulse Bay Road, Repulse Bay
Centred around the world famous beach, this has been a desirable Hong Kong address for a century or more. These days, the Repulse Bay Arcade and The Pulse entertain and engage with great retail, restaurants, cafes and bars.Learn more
The Lily by Nina Hospitality
Overlooking Repulse Bay’s golden beach, the curving form of The Lily is another icon in the diverse Nina portfolio. A combination of spacious unfurnished apartments and serviced residences, every resident benefits from the #NinaLife touch. The Lily is elegant and flexible Southside living at its very best.Learn More
Reminiscent of a European seaside town, Stanley throngs on the weekends with visitors, but is remarkably peaceful on weekdays. Many come for the market, the beach, the water sports, or as a refreshing end to a hike over the hills.Learn more
Home to many of the city’s, and therefore the world’s richest families, the long public beach is backed by a short but impressive golf course and clubhouse. Halfway along the coastal walk between Repulse Bay and Aberdeen, there’s a beachfront cafe for those looking to quench their thirst.
A long established fishing port and market, this is where Hong Kong marine life is centred, with extensive boat moorings and marinas, yacht clubs, ferries and sampan rides.
Ocean Park Hong Kong
Come explore one of Asia’s most popular entertainment destinations. Ocean Park, Hong Kong’s very own theme park combines thrilling rides with up close animal experiences. Their impressive aquarium is home to several creatures of the deep whilst visitors can expect to see penguins and some unexpected koalas and kangaroos in action!Explore More
Beyond Stanley lies Tai Tam, with its waterfront homes, amazing views, and doorstep access to some of the island’s finest hiking trails and water sports activities.