By Giulia Cennamo
Hong Kong is all about enjoying life, and its luxury hotels are dazzling! Opulent Hong Kong has some of the most extravagant hotels in the world. If you’re ready for an ultimate hotel experience (and mind-bending breakfast buffets), take a peek at these distinctive Hong Kong luxury hotels
CONRAD HONG KONG
The Conrad Hong Kong
charms leisure travelers as well as briefcase-toting road warriors. It soars 61 stories above Hong Kong’s vibrant business district, capturing views of the city’s futuristic skyline and its primeval Victoria Peak.
Conrad Hong Kong Hotel Harbour View Room
The Conrad Hong Kong
‘s 512 rooms and suites are comfortably furnished, with marble bathrooms and picture windows. Guest amenities include fast, free Wi-fi, a heated outdoor pool, and a 24-hour fitness suite with sauna, steam room, whirlpool, and massage cabins. Varied in-house dining spotlights modern Cantonese and traditional Tuscan cuisine. Bonus: you’re steps from both Hong Kong Park and Pacific Place, a top destination for moviegoing and designer shopping.
CORDIS HONG KONG HOTEL
Tucked into in 42 floors of a shapely glass-and-steel tower, Cordis Hong Kong
celebrates modern style. Its 665 rooms are sleek and stylish, with floor-to-ceiling windows, oversized bathrooms, sleep-inducing beds, and rocket-fast wireless.
Cordis Hong Kong Hotel The Garage Bar
is set in Kowloon, Hong Kong’s center for the arts, entertainment, and non-chain restaurants and shops. Yet the hotel is a short walk to the ferry station to “Central” (downtown Hong Kong), making it ideal for visitors who want to explore the city’s two moods. A full 82% of TripAdvisor reviews give the Cordis
an Excellent rating, with special praise for its club-level lounge and its Michelin-starred Ming Court restaurant’s modern Cantonese food with wine pairings.
EAST HONG KONG
, Hong Kong’s artistic bent is in sync with its creative neighbors in the city’s Swire Island East: fashion studios, architectural firms, ad agencies, media headquarters. All the art in the hotel’s public spaces and 345 rooms is by local artists. (If you have a suite, you also have a sculpted pink or yellow dinosaur).
EAST Hotel Hong Kong Room
Hong Kong caters to fashionable business travelers and vacationers. Lures include the hotel’s Feast (Food by East) restaurant, Beast (body by East) gym, and Sugar, a rooftop bar that’s one of Hong Kong’s hottest. Cityplaza’s shops, both local and global, beckon from across the road.
FOUR SEASONS HOTEL HONG KONG
Considered one of Asia’s top luxury hotels, Four Seasons Hotel
Hong Kongflaunts an ideal location in the Central district, with dazzling views and quick access to everywhere in town. The hotel’s 345 guest rooms are spacious and light-filled, with either Eastern or Western design touches. All have panoramic views, extravagant bathrooms, and cutting-edge tech.
Four Seasons Hong Kong Hotel Suite
Dining is star-studded, with two Michelin stars for Caprice’s French cuisine and three stars for Lung King Heen, the world’s first Chinese restaurant to be so honored. The Four Seasons’ standout fitness offerings encompass a lovely spa, two outdoor pools plus a cold plunge, a 24/7 fitness center, and more. in keeping with the hotel’s open view of Victoria Peak, staying here is a luxury traveler’s peak experience.
GRAND HYATT HONG KONG
Hong Kong is truly a grand hotel, with a brilliant central location and a see-and-be-seen lobby. TripAdvisor reviewers rave about the hotel’s stupendous breakfast buffet and its club floors.
Grand Hyatt Hong Kong Grand Club Lounge
All 542 rooms, chicly renovated in 2016, offer free Wi-fi, deep soaking tubs, and a complimentary smartphone for free local (and some international) use. Guest amenities include the full-service Plateau Spa, a 24-hour gym, and a 50-meter (165-foot) heated pool. Guests can dine globally on refined Cantonese, Japanese, Indian, and on Grissini’s renowned yet mid-priced Italian chow.