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15 expert recommendations
It’s been around for 20 years, so it doesn’t have the hype it used to. It is slightly dated, but that’s also what makes it charming.
This waterfront hotel connected to a convention center has a "very opulent lobby" with marble columns and spiral staircases. Full review →
A direct connection to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre makes this a business-first hotel, but leisure travelers also enjoy the elegant rooms. Full review →
The stunning lobby, framed by black marble columns with broad spiral staircases that lead to the restaurants, paves the way to restaurants, meeting rooms and a grand ballroom. Full review →
This hotel literally flaunts space, with huge black granite columns, massive flower arrangements, palm trees, bubbling fountains, and statuettes. Full review →
In a city flooded with venerable luxury business hotels, Hyatt Internationalâs flagship property offers 549 comfortable, contemporary guestrooms and suites. Full review →
The Hyatt has magnificent views of the Convention Centre and harbour, and its grand Art Deco-style lobby with black marble pillars, mosaic floor and sweeping staircase is a sight to behold. Full review →
Luxury tower featuring 9 restaurants, an award-winning spa and dazzling floor-to-ceiling views over Victoria Harbour. Full review →
Vast and unrestrained luxury in the public and private areas is the defining characteristic here. Full review →While you're here, be sure to sip some bubbles at the classy Champagne Bar or indulge in a facial at the hushed and opulent Plateau spa on the 11th floor.
A comprehensive refurbishment programme has begun at this grand hotel, and will give the bedrooms a more contemporary look.
The hotel is a popular choice among business travelers, given its numerous meeting rooms and direct access to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. Full review →
Part of the Convention and Exhibition Centre complex, with harbour views and a luxurious feel. It also has the largest hotel swimming pool in Hong Kong. $3200.
Next to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre on the harbor front, a short walk from the Wanchai Star Ferry, is the new-money answer to Hong Kong's old-money hotels Full review →Three phones with voice mail and data ports, high-speed Internet access (both wired and wireless, for a fee), flat-screen cable TVs, minibars, free bottled water, safes (repositioned to eye level to make them easier to use and avoid forgetting things), spacious closets, cozy slippers and robes are among the accoutrements.
The Grand Hyatt is where you can pretend you’re not in Hong Kong whilst sleeping next door to the city’s Convention and Exhibition Centre. Full review →
Stunning views and sleek design; a favorite of business travelers to Hong Kong, as it’s connected to the convention center. . Full review →
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