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17 expert recommendations
Every foodie knows Chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa, or simply, Chef Nobu Full review →
It used to be The Regent, and had a little more warmth to it. Now it’s an excessively cool and detached place.
Anyone willing to drop $11,000 on a night's stay should book the palatial Presidential Suite with its private infinity pool and gym.
This "jewel of hotels" is built on stilts over Victoria Harbour—"I enjoyed the Kowloon location; it's much calmer and prettier than Hong Kong." Full review →
Service, as expected, is impeccable. Full review →
You’ll find adherents of feng shui all over Hong Kong, but InterContinental Hong Kong truly takes the decorating philosophy to heart. Full review →
Whereas the Peninsula, across the street, is the grand old dame of Hong Kong's hotels, the InterContinental is like its youthful, stylish cousin. Full review →
High-end hospitality and spectacular views of Hong Kong Island and Victoria Harbour. Full review →
Perfectly situated on the waterfront and close to the Star Ferry and Kowloon’s prime entertainment district. Full review →
Stylish Hong Kong stalwart with a waterfront location and a clutch of Michelin stars. Full review →
Occupying arguably the finest waterfront position in the territory, the InterContinental tilts at modernity while bowing to colonial traditions. Full review →
It may be unremarkable from outside, but this hotel is decidedly impressive once you're in the lobby with its magnificent harbour views.
Waterfront area of Kowloon; three temperature-controlled infinity pools that seem to flow into the harbor; 92 harbor-view suites, some with landscaped gardens and Jacuzzis. Full review →
The 590-room InterContinental is one of the most luxurious hotels in Hong Kong, conveniently situated in Kowloon within walking distance of numerous sights. Full review →
Rival in quality to the Peninsula and the preferred hotel of many business tycoons. $2700.
A 17-story sweep of polished rose granite, the waterfront InterContinental was built in 1980 and originally operated under the Regent brand Full review →Hoards of visitors and locals alike gather here most evenings to watch the neon lights of Hong Kong Island crackle into play and the nightly laser light show as they choose from an array of refreshing and creative Nine Dragon Cocktails.
If you want to feast – in every sense – on the iconic view of Hong Kong island’s spectacular skyline from Kowloon-side, this is the place to do it. Full review →
5 Star Hotel