Hong Kong Hotels
Situated next to the “Rodeo Drive of Hong Kong”, The Langham is surrounded by flagship stores of designer labels and is ideally placed for business. The hotel features 498 rooms and suites, each furnished with luxurious fabrics, hardwood floors and silk drapes. Guestrooms also come equipped with the latest high tech amenities. Located just a five minutes’ walk from the Star Ferry, the Langham offers the kind of indulgent cityscape breaks that are hard to forget.
Insider Tip: Dine at the hotel's T’ang Court restaurant and try its award-winning Braised Garoupa Head, and Brisket with Roasted Pork/Sliced Garoupa with Deer tendons.
A stylish surrealism-inspired boutique hotel set amidst the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui, The Luxe Manor boasts 159 stunning rooms and suites offering you a distinct feeling of adventure and unique artistic inspirations. To uplift convenience, complimentary smartphones ensure both leisure and business travellers are connected with unlimited IDD to various countries and local calls, 3G mobile data and Wi-Fi tethering.
Insider Tip: To explore the culinary diversity in Hong Kong, don’t miss the city’s only authentic Nordic restaurant – FINDS, located on the 1st floor of the hotel.
The Upper House is a highly-individualised small luxury hotel designed by Hong Kong architect Andre Fu. The hotel’s 117 rooms includes 21 suites and 2 huge penthouses. All guestrooms offer scenic harbour or island views. The Upper House' spacious bathrooms feature walk-in rain showers, dressing areas and free-standing bathtubs with breathtaking panoramic harbour or island views. The hotel sits above Pacific Place, Hong Kong’s premier integrated commercial, retail and hospitality complex.
Insider Tip: Dine at Café Gray Deluxe, a 21st century ‘grand café’ located on level 49. It offers a unique style of European classics cuisine from celebrated chef Gray Kunz - a must try for all.
The Four Seasons is centrally located on Hong Kong Island, within the prestigious International Finance Centre. It is accessible to Hong Kong's key business addresses and the hub of Hong Kong's efficient transportation network - connecting you to business, shopping, tourist attractions, entertainment and dining hotspots. The Four Seasons features 399 guest rooms, including 54 suites, reflecting the comfort and luxury for which it is renowned. Spacious, marble-clad bathrooms are fitted with deep soaking tubs, separate glass-walled showers, large double vanities, and a built-in LCD screen.
Insider Tip: Have a taste of the best Japanese food in Hong Kong at Inagiku, an independently operated restaurant located nearby.
Created in 1928, and Hong Kong's oldest hotel, the legendary "Grande Dame of the Far East" continues to set hotel standards worldwide. The hotel offers a blend of the best Eastern and Western hospitality in an atmosphere of unmatched classical grandeur and timeless elegance. A stay at The Peninsula Hotel allows you to re-live the glamour of travel of a by-gone era and explore the many antiques and historical artefacts on display around the hotel.
Insider Tip: Choose the Deluxe Harbour View Suite for the best view of A Symphony of Lights at 8:00 pm. You can also take the helicopter trip from the hotel rooftop for a breathtaking aerial view of Hong Kong like no other.
A design hotel in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui, The Mira is also tech-savvy. It offers guests the complimentary use of smartphones with free 3G Wi-Fi and unlimited IDD calls to 25 designated countries. The courtyard lounge bar, Vibes, also has its finger on the pulse, with a live DJ four nights a week. Thursday nights at the lounge are Middle Eastern-themed, complete with belly dancers, Arabic lounge beats and mezze platters.
Insider Tip: For staggering views of Kowloon Park, choose the Parkview Rooms. The best lookouts come above the 12th floor.
The decor of this independent hotel reveals a passion for Hong Kong’s creative arts scene, whilst its traditional hospitality provides a calming environment. Cool, yet not uncomfortably so, this Kowloon trendsetter has been consistently praised for good reason.
Insider Tip: Guests who arrive early or have checked out but need to leave later can use the Timeless lounge on the 9th floor. It has comfortable chairs to rest in, a quiet refreshment zone and showers.
Dominating the Hong Kong skyline at 490m high, the Ritz-Carlton offers unrivalled views of Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong Island and the New Territories. The Ozone bar on the 118th floor offers cocktails and an exotic selection of Asian tapas and Japanese specialties, which you can enjoy to the sounds of the DJ’s live set.
Insider Tip: Head to the bar to catch the magical moment when the sunset melts into a magnificent night view of the city.
Lanson Place is a collection of beautiful luxury apartments and boutique hotels. It’s perfect if you’re in town on business but it’s also great for the family as it combines the feel of home with the added bonus of having staff on hand to cater to your every need. Six new luxury Penthouse Suites have just opened in the hotel. They include fully equipped kitchenettes and all the comforts you could wish for.
Insider Tip: Times Square shopping mall is just a five-minute walk away.
The standout feature of this inner city gem has to be its three infinity pools – tiered and set to different temperatures – looking out onto the harbour. Plaza View rooms overlook the hotel piazza or the landscaped Pool Terrace, while nearly two-thirds of the over 500 guestrooms and suites have views of the Victoria harbour.
Insider Tip: For the particularly indulgent, there are five private spa suites for hire, each with its own sauna, Jacuzzi and steam shower.