Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong
Michelin-starred restaurants, a coveted harbourside location and an infinity pool with outstanding panoramic views, Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, with its renowned service to boot, is hard to pass up.
The Peninsula Hong Kong
Since its founding in 1928, the Grande Dame of Hong Kong has been at the pinnacle of Hong Kong hospitality. Its Kowloon waterfront setting gives way to interior grandeur, legendary service and restaurants that have become institutions.
The St. Regis Hong Kong
One of the latest luxury hospitality additions to Hong Kong, this Andre Fu-designed hotel is home to restaurants led by Michelin-pedigree chefs, and delivers an old world Hong Kong charm alongside nods to the brand’s New York heritage.
Rosewood Hong Kong
Part of the new Victoria Dockside art and design district, Rosewood Hong Kong adds its own flair to the Kowloon waterfront, with beautifully designed rooms, a spectacular contemporary art collection and high-rise landscaped gardens and terraces.
It has always been Mandarin Oriental’s service – and deep connection to Asian culture – that has set it apart. Today, the Hong Kong hotel, which opened in 1963, also boasts an outstanding spa and first-rate dining.
The Upper House
Since it opened in 2009, The Upper House has maintained its status as one of Hong Kong’s most adored hotels, thanks to its timeless yet elegantly contemporary design, retreat-like vibe and those striking panoramic views from on high.
The Landmark Mandarin Oriental
The boutique-sized sister to the Mandarin Oriental, The Landmark delivers luxury in a contemporary way, with cutting-edge entertainment in the bar, an award-winning spa, Joyce Wang’s stunning suite designs and pioneering fine dining.
The Murray, Hong Kong
Lofty arches surround The Murray, a colonial-era building turned luxury hotel that has it all – spacious rooms, sophisticated dining destinations and a rooftop restaurant and bar with panoramic views to die for.
The Fleming Hong Kong
This boutique hotel in the heart of Wan Chai transports guests to another world with a design-forward approach that features nostalgic tributes to a Hong Kong of yesteryear.
The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong
Once the highest hotel in the world, rising 118 storeys above the city, The Ritz-Carlton offers similarly high levels of luxury as well as unparalleled views of the twists and turns of Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong’s stunning skyline.
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