Y loft hostel in Chai Wan Hong Kong has turned guest rooms into a gallery unit ready for the art fair “Arts Oasis @ Y Loft” Sept. 26 and 27. Y Loft is a hostel  providing young visitors with loft-living type of accommodation and the experience of Chinese and Western arts and culture through various activities.
Over 40 local and overseas artists and creative units in showcasing their artworks and installations, including illustration, painting, printing, knitting, onsite creation, fashion design, photography, multi-media arts, mural, ceramic and sculpture.
This is the very first art event at Y Loft where participating artists will feature their own exhibition and art pieces inside the guest rooms and share the unique story of their creations which broaden the vision of youths. In addition, there will be a series of lawn concerts, art workshops and guided tours for all the visitors.

Y Loft has been arranging different arts and culture activities for young visitors over the past few years. Origami workshop and Halloween celebration will be conducted in October to let young visitors to experience the paper folding arts and share their festive joy; heritage tour will be organized in November for the young visitors to experience local culture.
Y Loft houses 148 rooms located in the Main Block and Hostel Block of Youth Square. Room selection includes Twin Rooms, as well as Twin Rooms With Balcony, Triple Rooms, House of Six, Duplex and Accessible Rooms. Equipped with full-service facilities like The Oasis, SkyTrack, common area, fitness centre and laundry marts, etc., Y Loft provides a perfect accommodation for budget travellers all over the world. It also offers concession rate to youth organization or youth activities held by non-profit organization or International Student Identity Card (ISIC) and International Youth Travel Card (IYTC) members. The concession rate ceiling for Twin Room is HK$640 or US$82 per night (additional 10% to 20% seasonal discount for 3 consecutive nights or above and an additional 10% service charge apply).


SOURCE:Youth Square/PRNewswire