Eaton HK is the physical arm of Eaton Workshop, a new global purpose-driven company and creative lab at the intersection of culture, media, hospitality, wellness, and progressive social change. With distinct parts—Hotel, House, Media, Wellness, and Impact- Eaton transcends the notion of a traditional hotel to provide a physical, digital, and analog platform to artists, activists, healers, and leaders in their pursuit of making the world a better place. Located in Jordan along the vibrant Nathan Road, a few minutes’ walk from Jordan MTR Station, Eaton HK features a newly designed lobby and guestrooms, rooftop swimming pool and yoga studio, gym and juice bar, co working club, large event spaces, screening room, art gallery, radio station, retail outpost, and a host of restaurants and bars including Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant, all-day dining floor, open terrace cocktail bar, and signature food hall. The hotel design references the romantic appeal and spiritual yearning of Wong Kar-wai’s arthouse films of the 1990s, while the cultural and musical programming provide outlets for progressive and thought-provoking ideas about human identity, equality, and communion. New Eaton rooms and suites are equipped with 40” Smart TVs with travel adapters, healing Himalayan salt lamps, built-in work desks and bath products from natural skincare brand Grown Alchemist amongst other sustainability-focused touches. From single bed studios to expansive family suites that can fit five, Eaton HK accommodates a wide variety of traveler across nine different room categories. There are 2 dynamic bars as well as 3 social and dining venues at Eaton HK. Terrible Baby is an award-winning cocktail bar with a large outdoor terrace and music room that showcases underground music talents every week, Flower Years is a local craft beer and burger bar located within Eaton Foodhall amongst nine other cult street food vendors. The Astor prepares an all-day spread of international cuisine while Yat Tung Heen is a multi-year Michelin-star restaurant serving authentic Cantonese dishes. Eaton HK offers a variety of cultural programming, including weekly wellness through yoga, sound bath meditation and tai chi classes; an eclectic mix of multi-genre live music nights at Terrible Baby, curated art exhibitions at Tomorrow Maybe, and social community events that make an impact. More than a hotel, Eaton HK is an incubator for arts and culture, a beacon for sustainability, a hub for impact initiatives, and a local connection to a global media platform.