Elements Mall takes its inspiration from the five Chinese elements of Wood, Water, Earth, Fire and Metal. The mall is cleverly designed to integrate all the elements into one megamall including the 9 meter tall reflective pillar with water running down its surface.
Elements is conveniently located above the Kowloon Station and connects to two amazing hotels, Ritz Carlton and W Hotel, where guests can shop from the comfort of their hotel.
The mall offers a much more relaxed and uncluttered environment than most shopping malls in Hong Kong and houses all the major high-end luxury boutiques as well as mid-range brands, catering to a varied market.
SHOPPING AT THE MALL
The mall offers a great mix of high-end and mid-range brands; its 123 specialty stores offer a wide range of footwear, fashion, accessories, electronics and beauty options.
The ground floor has quite a few luxury stores including Gucci, HUGO BOSS, Karen Millen, Miu Miu, Valentino and Yves Saint Laurent; but the price point drops significantly as the shoppers ascend onto the upper levels of the mall, where most of the mid-range and regional brands are located.
The washrooms in Elements are as luxurious as the mall itself where ladies are pampered with cozy waiting area equipped with magazine whereas the male washrooms have amazing grooming kits for men who’re looking for a quick touchup on the go.
The mall also houses Hong Kong’s biggest organic food supermarket where shoppers can pick up some of the freshest organic produce. Book lovers can find a well-stocked Metro book store inside the mall as well.
DINING AT THE MALL
The dining options are plenty here, although the prices at some of the restaurants in the mall are a touch on the higher side but the quality and taste is second to none. The restaurants offer a great ambiance as they turn into upscale bars in the evening where shoppers can stretch their legs with a few drinks and look over some of their purchases.
Shoppers can find plenty of Italian, French, Asian restaurants spread around the mall as well as some cafés for a quick bite or a cup of coffee.
If you’re looking for a unique dining experience with an amazing view, head over to Civic Square to dine alfresco in their world-class outdoor pavilion where you have 6 amazing restaurants to choose from; each restaurant offers a different cuisine – diners are definitely spoiled for choice here.
ENTERTAINMENT AT THE MALL
Elements’ amazing entertainment options definitely make it a mall worthy of its reputation. Visitors can choose to spend their leisure time at Hong Kong’s biggest multiplex cinema with more than 1600 seating capacity and 12 different screens for all your favorite movies or enjoy a skating adventure at the state of the art ice skating rink situated in the heart of the mall while soaking in the amazing view of the harbor through the glass wall that surrounds the skating arena.
The mall also hosts various exhibitions and musical events regularly to entertain the visitors as they shop.