The Most Luxury Hotels In Hong Kong

Hong Kong is an autonomous administrative region on the south of China. It used to be a British Colony, but ever since its independence it has grown into one of the world’s leading financial hubs with a thriving economy and a landscape that is resplendent with tall skyscrapers. Tourists usually visit Hong Kong to shop in one of its famous shopping centers, or to simply appreciate the sheer modernity of the city and its architectural marvels such as I.M. Pei’s Bank of China Tower. Families and kids can also enjoy the Ocean Park and Hong Kong Disneyland. When visiting China, it is essential that you stay in one of its many boutique luxury hotels. To that end, below we’ve listed out and described the most luxury hotels in Hong Kong.

The Most Luxury Hotels In Hong Kong

Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong

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This luxury hotel is situated in the heart of the city, but still slightly away from all the noise and thronging crowds. It has a private entrance to the International Finance Center Mall, which can also be used to access the Central Ferry Piers, Central Business District, Central-Mid-Levels escalator, etc. It’s also located right above the Airport Express and Central MTR station and as such you can easily travel all across the city without any trouble. One of the most apt adjectives while describing the luxurious Four Seasons five star hotel is Open. Yes, Open. The hotel has been designed in such a way that it always feels blissfully transparent yet comfortably enclosed. The lobby is encased in glass walls, and all the restaurants use the light reflecting off the harbor to maximum effect. There are 399 exquisite and brightly lit rooms over all, inclusive of the 54 suites. The hotel also features several different types of swimming pools — the whirlpool, lap pool, infinity pool, and plunge pool. If you stay over the weekend, you can even enroll yourself into complementary tai-chi classes. You can either book yourself into a hotel room with the harbor-view, or you can book into one of the largest rooms in Hong Kong, the Peak room.

The Peninsula Hong Kong

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The Peninsula is one of the oldest and most revered of all the luxury five star hotels in Hong Kong. It is lovingly referred to as the Grand Old Lady of Hong Kong because it was established way back in 1928. It’s located on the very top of mainland China, and it’s located very close to some of the prime attractions of the city such as Museums, the Star Ferry, and streets lined with all kinds of boutique shops. However, this location comes at one cost — it can often be very noisy. However, if you’re willing to look past that the hotel is perfect. It features a colonial façade, and there’s usually a line up of several green Rolls Royces right outside the entrance to the hotel. The lobby is designed in a rather old-world aesthetic, with musicians playing soothing tunes while the guests help themselves to some tea. The hotel features an astonishing six restaurants, all set up with different themes, and it also features a lounge named Salon de Ning with a distinct 1930s vibe. While all the common areas of the hotel are designed in an Old-World aesthetic style, the rooms are all entirely modern. There are 165 rooms in the building, and 135 additional rooms in the Tower, and they all have their own touchscreen tablets with which you can control every aspect of the room, the temperature, water pressure, lighting, etc.

Ritz Carlton Hong Kong

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Classic luxury is always on tap at the Ritz. This one is located in Kowloon, on floors 102 to 118 of the International Commerce Centre. There are Michelin-starred restaurants, two bars and a dedicated caviar bar. Don’t miss the spa and indoor infinity pool – a swim here is an ethereal experience, with a mirrored ceiling and an LED display wall. The Ritz is a great option for parents, with ample facilities – the staff will even create indoor night safari adventures to keep little ones entertained after dark. And for those wishing to party, head to the Ozone rooftop lounge, with Asian tapas, cocktails and a DJ.

The Landmark Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong

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Relatively intimate with 98 rooms and 13 suites, this Asian chain hotel is found in the heart of the business district, conveniently placed for work travellers. The cutting edge design reimagined by WANG during a 2019 refurb, is subdued but arty. The serene bedrooms contain some of the biggest bathrooms you’ll find – rain showers and huge circular tubs make it feel like your own mini spa. But there’s a thirteen room spa too, with an indoor pool. Healthy food (with a focus on less dairy, additives, sugar and salt) is found at the Five-Star French-Japanese restaurant under the direction of chef Richard Ekkebus. And a 25 seater speakeasy bar has been created in collaboration with popular New York spot PDT (Please Don’t Tell), welcoming guests via a vintage phone booth.


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