Once a thriving British colony and now an administrative region of China, Hong Kong is about as fascinating as a place can get. It’s also as busy as a place can get and If you hit Nathan Road at the wrong time you’ll feel like you’ve rubbed shoulders with all 6,000,000 residents.
Yet if you do Hong Kong right you’ll understand why it’s Up there with the world’s finest cities. So stay in a five-star hotel and feel protected from the crowds. Make sure your room overlooks Victoria Harbour so you get what all the fuss is about.
Visit quaint corners like Stanley Market for shopping and Lan Kwai Fong for cocktails, and don’t forget to take the tram up to the peak to enjoy lunch with a view.
More legend than hotel, The Peninsula Hong Kong is part of the very fabric of Hong Kong society. Indeed it’s the territory’s only historical five-star hotel, having graced Tsim Sha Tsui’s waterfront area since 1928. And classic elegance is still the name of the game here, whether you stay in the 6-storey Original Building or the 27-storey Tower that was built in 1994 and is backdropped by views over Kowloon or Victoria Harbour.
Housed within Pacific Place, Hong Kong Island’s premier hospitality complex ‘Design Wunderkind’, Andre Fu conceived all the ultra-serene spaces by using a blend of natural materials, distinctive sculptures and original artwork.
Captivating vistas await you at this top-notch urban retreat rising 45 floors above the Hong Kong waterfront; Victoria Harbour and Kowloon to the front and the city and Peak to the rear.
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