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Happy Year of the Pig! One of the most visited destinations in the world, Hong Kong is known for its futuristic buildings including towering skyscrapers, lush mountain backdrops, vibrant lifestyle, splendid harbor, friendly people, traditional corners, and a wide range of restaurants and cuisines, and a wide range of accommodations, including some of the world's best luxury city hotels. Here are five that top my list:
Offering majestic views of both the vibrant city surrounding and the Victoria Harbour, it also has many of them within walking distance (including some of HK's famous shopping malls, barely three minutes away). The hotel is popular for two fine-dining Chinese restaurants, Tsui Yin Ting and Man Wah.
Four Seasons Hotel
Located on the waterfront overlooking Victoria Harbour and the financial district, this property redefines luxury, with exceptional and excellence accommodations. As it is a part of the International Finance Centre, it is also linked to Hong Kong Station. The luxurious hotel offers an excellent list of services and amenities extending from Michelin-starred dining, a spa, 24-hour fitness and business centers, and not one but two outdoor pools.
As the name suggests, the idea of this hotel is to lead you up and away from the city’s hustle bustle as it is somewhere between the 38th and 48th floors, that signifies the world of wood, limestone, and glass. The luxurious property provides a residential calmness as it is constructed using natural materials, distinctive sculptures, and original artwork. And the harbor and island views from here are picturesque, indeed.
It offers an ideal location as it is set at the top of the world-famous Pacific Place. The rooms have contemporary furnishings, breathtaking views, luxurious bedding, 42-inche TVs, and internet included. When in the JW Marriott, you can enjoy the fine-dine and the finest facilities.
Conrad Hong Kong
On the 40th to the 61st floors of a highrise, the Conrad has 467 rooms and 46 suites, as well as a unique egg-shaped design which means each room and suite commands a panoramic view, right from the harbor to Victoria Peak and the stunning city skyline, you can explore the best part of the city from the hotel. Guests can also use a direct elevator to reach Hong Kong’s most exclusive shopping complex and Pacific Place. The Mass Transit Railway (MTR) station is at a short distance from the hotel, providing easy access to the Hong Kong Convention Centre.