This boutique hotel is situated right opposite the city's cultural center and between two of the main throughfares. Hullett House Hotel's location is ideal as the transport links within this area are great, and the hotel also provides a free Bentley to guests who wish to travel short distances. The hotel is done up in a very East meets West kind of style, where traditional Chinese influences blend with a Colonial touch. Chinese lanterns, black-and-white photogtaphs of uniformed builders, along with Gilt dragons adorn the interiors at this hotel.
There are 10 suites in the hotel and each has a different theme that ranges from Tsing Lung to Silvermine. Each suite has high celings, wooden floors and spacious balconies with. The rooms are equipped with minibars, flat screen TVs, WiFi, and padded walls which make it a soundproof space.
The Parlour, also called Three Dragons is the hotel's swish bar, which has three types of glided dragons as its emblem. This place has many Oriental accents and makes for a great place to unwind at after a long day of work. However, the restaurants here exude a more colonial vibe, there's Stables Grill, a casual pizza and pasta joint which has been created out of the estate's original stables, and preserced wooden stable doors.