Where to stay in Hong Kong
Where to stay in Hong Kong
Hotel Icon, Hong Kong
Designed by Terence Conran, William Lim and Rocco Yim, Hotel Icon is a cool, contemporary mix of quiet, streamlined sophistication in its rooms and suites and showy, trendy public spaces including a unique vertical garden wall and soaring wood-and-glass helical staircase. The hotel features a stunning outdoor swimming pool with an unbelievable panoramic view of Hong Kong's harbour and skyline and the Angsana spa is the perfect way to unwind after a day exploring this vibrant city. Its location is spot on, with Tsim Sha Tsui MTR station just down the road, along with all the cool restaurants and shopping areas of this buzzy area of Hong Kong.
Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong
Superbly located on Hong Kong Island overlooking the glittering skyline of Victoria Harbour, this distinguished hotel has been welcoming visitors to Hong Kong since 1963. A much loved icon with a glamorous history, Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong enjoys a legendary reputation as one of the world’s finest hotels.
The Peninsula Hong Kong
Enviably located close to the Kowloon harbour-front, The Peninsula is one of Hong Kong’s most renowned hotels. Dating back to the 1920’s, this iconic Kowloon landmark, fondly known as the 'Grande Dame of the Far East', has been the recipient of numerous awards and accolades over the years.
The Upper House, Hong Kong
Hong Kong is a vibrant exciting city to visit, but after a long day exploring Upper House boutique hotel provides an exclusive, sleek and peaceful retreat, perfect to unwind and just relax in calm, contemporary surrounds. 117 stylish, spacious and sleek studio rooms are located on the top floors of one of Hong Kong Island’s tallest towers, commanding fabulous views over the city and harbour.
Hotel Indigo, Hong Kong
The Indigo is a super stylish new addition to Hong Kong Island’s hotel stock and one of the few boutique options available, appealing to those looking for a more chic and contemporary hotel. Its modern spacious rooms are individually styled with unique artwork and on the rooftop you will discover the Skybar, a popular local hang out and dramatic infinity glass bottomed pool.
Harbour Grand Kowloon, Hong Kong
This well-loved icon stands proudly on the Kowloon waterfront in Hunghom, just a short drive from Kowloon’s bustling cultural and shopping heart of Tsimshatsui - and conveniently adjacent to the ferry piers which provide a leisurely cross-harbour journey over to three key districts on Hong Kong Island – Central, Wanchai and North Point.
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