From the creators of Fly and Volar clubs, the team has come together again to bring you Halo, a technology advanced private lounge on Stanley Street Central
This has got to be one of the most discreet bar lounges in town. Located just outside of Lan Kwai Fong but yet, if you walk past Halo's entrance you will miss it completely because of its closed black window doors. To get in you have to be a member and upon receiving your membership, before you get in there'll be no bouncer at the door to check your pass. Instead they have a built-in state of the art face recognition system sitting out at the front which you look into and it will in turn allow you in or not.
Once inside, you will realise why it's hard to get into. The grand stair cased entrance leads you down to the basement, beautifully decorated with the perfect mix of zen throughout it's U shaped venue split into 2 main featured bar and a lounge and a few other themed rooms in between. There is one room which I believe I saw a double bed. The lounge side of Halo is elegantly designed with leather upholstered couches, glass tables and large portraits along the wall. The bar side is sleek, dark and dramatic with a small bar behind a half rounded counter and tables, chairs, stools for seating. If you're a guy, check out the men's toilet decorated in a snakeskin-like wall. I can't comment on the ladies because I haven't been in there myself!
Music is chilled with a mix of soul and funk. Drinks are upclass such as your martinis and liquor and the snacks are just as posh with crispy prawns, mini sirloin burgers, summer fruit kebabs just to name a few.
Halo is way up there with international standards. One of the best lounges I've been to in Hong Kong or anywhere else I've been.
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