In addition to being China’s gateway, the cosmopolitan metropolis Hong Kong is available without any lack of high-quality services. It has a spectacular range of hotels with different styles, promising to give you a pleasant experience. These are the best places for business or leisure to rest in your trip in Hong Kong.
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1. The Upper House
The mountain and harbor views here are offered with the stunning interior and urban architecture by top Asian designer Andre Fu. Finding over a glitzy mall on Pacific Island, there are 117 rooms and suites furnished with bamboo, limestone and woolen textiles in a warm and relaxing way. There is an environmentally friendly atmosphere with hybrid rental cars, paperless services and organic food. The Café Gray Deluxe in-house restaurant is popular, as is the trendy, famous bar which is popular for its great business people.
2. The Peninsula
Another historic building is just next to The Ritz, the Peninsula. Opened in 1928, it is a blend of all things new and traditional and described as the ‘grand old lady.’ Helicopter arrival (the hotel has a private landing pad), tea with the live orchestra, salon luxuries, sunlight on the terrace and dine at seven different restaurants. . In the original section of the hotel, there are 165 elegant, luxurious rooms; in the new tower, there are 135 more. Kids are always welcome with their own cheery bedding, warm slippers, and bathrobes.
3. Four Seasons Hong Kong
The glorious Four Seasons is located in Victoria Harbour. It’s a chain renowned for its quality of service and its excellent food. You will be amazed when visiting this hotel, with its massive wide-scale windows, modern glazing surfaces and stylish decor. Choose a Chinese or a west-style room and move to the Executive Club to a dining space with a balcony.
Enjoy in two-starred restaurants, Michelin, or have a lighter dinner in Sushi Saito (the Cantonese Lung King Heen, Caprice French restaurant). For ‘me time’ there is also a luxurious spa.
4. Island Shangri La Hong Kong
This beautiful 565 room property was built in the beginning of the 1990s and is a Hong Kong tour de force. It’s a part of the Pacific Mall, like the Upper House, and it combines Traditional with European style. Inside the hotel, there are 779 Austrian and Venetian lamps, a 16-story silk picture, bubble lifts and hundreds of original wall artwork.
An outside swimming pool and indoor spa services, yoga and a gym are also available. There are many options, from fine dining to buffets and a tasty dessert, are all things that you would expect from such a large hotel.
5. Rosewood Hong Kong
This 65-storey skyscraper with 413 rooms and a fantastic wellness center is the Asaya Spa, which is built on the Kowloon waterfront and has a wide range of natural, therapeutic and aesthetic treatments.
Before going for spacious and beautifully designed rooms by Tony Chi, guests arrive through a quaint cobbled driveway and the cosy lobby, most with harbor views.
The decor is in accordance with the history of Hong Kong and the Hollywood glamor in the 1930s. The art collection of Rosewood is remarkable, with work by Damien Hirst. In the Butterfly Room a delightful afternoon tea and European, Western, Indian and steakhouse cuisine are available.
6. Hotel Icon Hong Kong
Stay in the hubbub of lively Kowloon a short distance from Hong Kong Island. Hotel Icon, which belonged to Hong Kong Polytechnic University, has the Asia’s largest indoor garden designed by the French botanist Patrick Blanc and a Green Cafe.
Hotel Icon provides also 262 rooms, with Chinese art oodles, an outdoor swimming pool, three dining areas and a premium sparkling party lounge for people who want to upgrade free drinks and snacks.
7. Conrad Hong Kong
This Conrad residence has been popular with business tourists since it was reconstructed in the 1990s. There are plenty of beautiful public areas with elegant and comfortable spaces. Choose the concierge app for your toiletries in advance and look for a room with a harbor or city view. There is an open-air terrace with a swimming pool during a warm season, while a steam room, a sauna and two spas are available indoors.
The hotel offers six restaurants and its weekday curry buffets, and the Sunday brunch of Italian style, are very popular.
8. Cordis Hong Kong
Cordis has 665 rooms and is directly linked to Langham Place Mall and to a MTR, another great hotel in Kowloon (including the lively Mongkok district).
The Chuan Spa offers 60 exclusive treatments, two gyms and an outdoor pool. And the choices for dining vary from trendy Cantonese cuisine with Michelin stars to a top-quality hipster food truck lounge. Also used for conferences and large-scale business events, the Hotel provides renowned conference facilities (600 seats in Kowloon’s highest with an installed LED wall).
9. Kerry Hotel
The Kerry Hotel in Hong Kong is also operated by the Shangri-La group. His designer Andre Fu (responsible for the decor on our first hotel list), once more wove his award-winning imagination into an urban resort in the Hung Ho District. Via the iconic hotel ‘Walk through the woods,’ motifs represent the nearby sea when the open air is brought into the hotel.
Both 546 rooms are fitted with minibars and Nespresso machines and the three dining rooms are modern – Starbucks is also open. Train at the Kerry Sports Base Camp, enjoy the swimming pool, relax in the gym, or just look the world on the water as you rest at the port terrace.
10. The Murray Hong Kong
The Murray is a Niccolo hotel with a greener view than many other hotels in Hong Kong-situated next to a lush garden, far from the ocean of skyscrapers. The luxurious of interiors, which represent the original outside of the 1960s, was designed by the architects Foster + Partners.
In 336 rooms you can also carry a pet dog with you. Dr Barbara Sturm, who manages the world glitterati with aging facial problems, delivers coveted advanced therapies in the decadent spa. Book a nutritionist’s consultation with the hotel that will customize a meal schedule and administer body checks on a menu for your stay.
11. Kowloon Shangri La
Located along the waterfront of Tsim Sha Tsui East, Shangri La’s lobby offers its guests an indoor three-story pool, over-sized crystal chandeliers, impressive arts and live music.
In a historical classical style, this Asian brand provides some of the city’s largest spaces. Seven food and drink spots are served at Cafe Kool, with an opulent breakfast buffet. Go to the basement and enjoy a luxurious gym with a view to the swimming pool.
12. The Langham Hong Kong
You can visit the Langham to bring a little taste of London. Although in the 1800s the first chain was established, it only arrived in Hong Kong in 2003. There’s also a variety of Chinese styles, and delight in pastels and dusky pink in the designs, with plenty of European elegance, including chandelier, rococo and Wedgewood china.
The Chuan Body and Soul Spa have an outdoor heated swimming pool and hot tub, while T’ang is the finest Cantonese cuisine in the world.