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Hong Kong is an ever-growing city with iconic skylines and remarkable cuisine. Hong Kong is one of the biggest regions in China. This city is constantly changing and plays an important role when it comes to interior design and the architecture scene, so it’s only natural that the city’s hotels reflect this amazing lifestyle.
The St. Regis Hong Kong seems like a sanctuary in the heart of one of the city’s busiest districts. The hotel lobby named the Great Room has floor-to-ceiling windows and a residential-style design by Hong Kong’s finest interior designer André Fu. The St. Regis Hong Kong has spacious rooms with East-meets-West accents, a gym, an outdoor pool and several dining spaces.
W Hong Kong has the highest rooftop pool in the city, with 393 rooms and suites exuding capricious wonder in its decor. Designed by Yasumichi Morita of Japan’s Glamorous Co. and Nic Graham of G+A in Australia, the property’s enchanted forest theme comes alive with twinkling timber LED lights, black-and-white holograms and sky-high ceilings lined with woodland motifs.
Hotel ICON has 262 rooms, which include 25 luxury suites, with amazing views of the harbour with chic and modern interior design. Specialists such as Sir Terence Conran, Rocco Yim, Barney Cheng and more pitched in to give the hotel its high style. For some of the best work, check into fashion superstar Vivienne Tam’s 27th-floor Designer Suite, where details like an Opera Girl portrait made of Swarovski crystals, a ceiling that mimics a Chinese screen and a porcelain plaque plucked from Tam’s own New York apartment are only rivalled by the fantastic views of the famous Victoria Harbour.
Island Shangri-La has a 167-foot-high, around 5 meters tall, silk painted mural ‘The Great Motherland of China’, covering one wall of the central atrium. The hotel is the go-to for art lovers and business travellers alike, with an outdoor pool, a Lobster Bar and Grill, the Restaurant Petrus and Café TOO (with an open kitchen so guests can see what is being cooked).
The Landmark Mandarin Oriental is a chic and intimate hotel with 98 rooms and 13 suites, located on The Queen’s Road Central, the heart of the city’s business and fashion districts. With a modern and streamlined look, the hotel is fit for travellers who appreciate excellent service.
Opening its doors in 1963, Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong takes pride in the tradition of amazing service, so the dining options are as classic as ever: The Krug Room is still one of the city’s most exclusive private dining venues, and Man Wah is a beautiful dining space that has been serving exquisite Cantonese fare since 1968.
The Murray Hong Kong was built in 1969 by the British modernist architect Ron Philips and underwent a recent renovation by Foster and Partners, giving new life and luxury to this amazing hotel. The hotel has 336 magnificent rooms and suites, with an indoor pool and sophisticated restaurants, a rooftop bar and a relaxing spa.
The Peninsula Hong Kong is the city’s oldest hotel, opened in 1928, showcasing the colonial influence balancing it with modern touches such as the Philippe Starck-designed restaurant, Felix, which serves contemporary cuisine in a super-slick skyline setting. This blend of Asian and European styles carries through the place, from high-tech and antiques-bedecked rooms to an impressive spa to the immaculate service, which quietly whispers that, yes, you have indeed arrived.
The Pottinger Hong Kong opened in 2014 and still exudes an atmosphere that oozes long-held heritage. The hotel pays tribute to history in its artwork, Chinese-accented decor and location — aptly situated on Stanley Street, next to the iconic Pottinger Street stone stairwell. Several eateries and a sexy cocktail lounge make this a high style, full-service hot spot.
Rosewood Hong Kong opened its doors in 2019 at Victoria Dockside art and design district with the promise to bring a world of gastronomic journeys, exceptional service, wellness experiences and sweeping views of the Victoria Harbour. The hotel has an elegant residential design that creates a warm and welcoming atmosphere from the moment guests walk in.