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Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

A landmark in Asian hospitality


A classic, yet contemporary hotel with an Asian heart, Mandarin Oriental has been a top choice for discerning travellers since 1963.  All of the stylish rooms and suites have been redesigned in the past few years, many offering harbour views, and a butler service.

Located within is The Krug Room, a hidden, intimate, private dining space that gives guests the chance to indulge in a tailor-made 10-14 course progressive gastronomy menu, created by one of Hong Kong's most innovative chefs, paired with the largest selection of Krug outside France.

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Grand Hyatt Hong Kong

Grand Hyatt Hong Kong

Accommodation with more than a touch of grandeur


A renowned hotel for many reasons, including its 13 designer speciality suites with personal butler, accessed by private lift.

Other reasons include: its central location, harbour views, a grand lobby, large rooms that feature bespoke art work, a fantastic spa, the largest heated outdoor swimming pool of any hotel in Hong Kong, nine food and beverage options, including one of the city's best steak houses, a Champagne Bar and the relaxing outdoor Waterfall Bar.

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Island Shangri-La Hong Kong

Island Shangri-La Hong Kong

Room with a view?


The flagship property of the five-star Shangri-La hotel group. First impressions include a majestic lobby and the largest Chinese landscape silk painting in the world.All rooms have views of either the bright lights of the city, Victoria Harbour or the greenery of The Peak.

Dining options include the elegant, French, Restaurant Petrus, with one of the most extensive wine lists in Asia, and Cantonese restaurant Summer Palace. Both have one Michelin star. The hotel is connected to Pacific Place shopping centre.

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W Hong Kong

W Hong Kong

Designed to be different and where the party begins and ends


The hotel attracts an eclectic clientele who are drawn to its reputation as a design-meets-music-meets-party venue for the fashionable. The rooms feature au courant decor, impressive vistas and many amenities.

The heated salt-water swimming pool is located on the roof (76th floor) and is a wonderful spot for Sundowner cocktails at the bar. It is connected to Elements shopping centre, which is home to sophisticated fashion and jewellery brands and designers.

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InterContinental Hong Kong

InterContinental Hong Kong

Uninterrupted Island vistas


Being located aside Victoria Harbour translates to arresting views that are showcased by the floor-to-ceiling glass windows in the lobby. The best room picks are the three top-tier suites, each with its own private terrace and Jacuzzi.

There is a certain magical magnificence afforded by the terraces' vicinity to the harbour looking across to Hong Kong Island, especially at night. The presidential suite is the largest in town. For dining the selection includes a NOBU, and SPOON by Alain Ducasse, which has two Michelin stars.

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Langham Place Hotel Hong Kong

Langham Place Hotel Hong Kong

Mongkok’s hidden modern gem


A modern property, scattered with contemporary Asian art, it is considered a cross between a gallery and a hotel. It is ideal for those looking to experience another side of Hong Kong, the hectically local Mongkok.

The Backyard, the hotel's sensational outdoor bar and lounge is one of the city's best-kept secrets. Champagne flows as freely as the water feature and gourmet pizzas and other tasty treats are a perfect accompaniment. Ming Court, with two Michelin stars, serves some of the best dim sum in town.

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