Camlux Hotel


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The Camlux Hotel building started its life as the manufacturing home of the Camel vacuum flask brand. Established in 1940, Camel is an undisputed premium Hong Kong brand, serving both the local and international markets for the past 75 years. As part of its expansion projectile, the company acquired the land, designed, built and moved into this building in 1986 and proudly based its production here for over two and a half decades. Amongst metal pressing machines, paint spray shops, plastic injection moulding facilities and others, the building even housed an industrial scale glass furnace weighing over a hundred tons on the third floor - a true engineering feat!

Bucking the trend of migrating production into mainland China, today Camel remains rooted in Hong Kong and continues to proudly fly the “Made in Hong Kong” flag. The Camlux Hotel, with its thoughtful design incorporating its glorious past life, will serve as tribute to the Camel brand in the revitalized Kowloon Bay area buzzing with commercial activities.

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Useful Information


Generally Hong Kong is very hot and humid in the summer (25~32°C / 75~90°F) and pleasant in the winter (10~20°C / 50~68°F). June to October is the rainy season, with frequent, heavy rainfall and the occasional typhoon. For more details, please visit the HK Observatory's website.

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Electricity and Voltage

Current: 220 Volts / 50hz
Plug: 3 prong UK style plug
If you need an adaptor, please contact the Hotel service centre.


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Time Zone

UTC/ GMT + 8 hours. No daylight saving time.