Hong Kong is a city of contrasts that calls every traveller. Whether it’s for the shopping, the banquet of flavours, the cultural discoveries or the quiet beaches and mountain trails on its doorstep, Hong Kong is more than the heaving beast it looks upon quick glance of its towering skyline. While there’s no shortage of incredible stays to keep you well-rested on your visit, here are our top five-star hotel picks in Hong Kong.
The Langham, Hong Kong
Join the long list of royalty, celebrities and prestigious guests who have walked through the doors of this beautiful European-style hotel perched along the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront. With over 150 years of history to its name, it’s still as grand and elegant as ever, offering a timeless appeal that simply can’t be matched by the swathe of uber-modern hotels cropping up along Hong Kong’s skyline. Expect well-appointed rooms, from the iPod docks and Wi-Fi to luxe amenities, and an unforgettable culinary experience in the Michelin-starred hotel restaurant, T’ang Court at The Langham. Avid shoppers will also appreciate The Langham’s prime location near designer stores such as Fendi and Louis Vuitton, as well as the Langham Place Shopping Mall.
The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong
If you’re looking for an exclusive stay that’s a little more intimate than usual, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental is a boutique property boasting the added comfort and privacy of only 113 rooms. Adorned in contemporary, Asian- inspired design, it’s also home to a beautiful spa with its own Turkish Hammam, pool and spa cafe on top of the luxurious treatment rooms. Guest rooms are spacious, with marble bathrooms with deep soaking tubs, at least three flat-screen TVs and Wi-Fi. A five star-stay in Central – the heart of Hong Kong Island – The Landmark Mandarin Oriental rolls the best of both worlds into one.
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Harbour Grand Kowloon
When it comes to views, the Harbour Grand Kowloon promises a front row seat. With a waterfront position peering out over Victoria Harbour, most rooms tout outstanding harbour views – and so does the year-round rooftop pool, where many would prefer to admire it from on a steamy Hong Kong afternoon. Rooms are contemporary and spacious, while the serviced suites come with a fully equipped state-of-the-art kitchen for those looking for the extra convenience. An array of great lounges and restaurants, a spa, gym and Business Centre round out the many reasons why the Harbour Grand Kowloon is one of Hong Kong’s top hotels.
Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong
The Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong flaunts location, reputation and facilities in spades. Housed in the city’s landmark International Finance Centre, in Central, it has two outdoor pools – including a beautiful outdoor pool terrace – a whirlpool and a cold plunge pool, two restaurants with Michelin star ratings, two bars, a spa, business centre and included Wi-Fi. In the rooms, enjoy spectacular views with wall-to-wall windows, state-of-the-art technology, pillow menus and decor ranging from sleek and Western to contemporary Chinese style. Timeless luxury is exactly what you’ll find at Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong.
Hotel LKF, Hong Kong
Savour a unique stay in Hong Kong at the luxurious and boutique Hotel LKF by Rhombus. Wonderfully located at the heart of hip and vibrant Lan Kwai Fong, step inside to discover a stylish and calm oasis and be welcomed by creatively designed, spacious and comfortable guestrooms with the latest mod-cons. On the top floors, Azure Restaurant Slash Bar serves up modern cuisine with a big side of stunning skyline panoramas. On the hotel’s doorstep, find within easy walking distance top-notch shopping malls and art galleries, as well as the MTR Central Station to help you navigate further beyond with ease.
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