The Langham’s 498 guest rooms and suites are exquisitely furnished with silk drapes, marble bathrooms and all the tech you could wish for in a 21st century hotel, not least complimentary WiFi. The... Learn More
The Ritz-Carlton occupies the top floors of Kowloon’s International Commerce Centre, successfully blending east and west décor to create a space that’s just perfect for this cosmopolitan city.... Learn More
The iconic Peninsula opened its doors almost a century ago. The Jewish-Iraqi Kadoorie brothers who owned it chose a spot Salisbury Road in Tsim Sha Tsui Kowloon because it was close to the quays... Learn More
When he created Upper House, architect Andre Fu envisaged a sleek, contemporary property which would become a retreat for those privileged to stay in it. An oasis of calm from the noise and bustle of... Learn More
Opened in 1963, the Mandarin Oriental – referred to as simply The Mandarin by its regulars – is one of the top five-star hotels in Hong Kong. No expense was spared during its construction, and... Learn More
Describing itself as an urban sanctuary, much thought has been given to the décor, which is sophisticated, contemporary but above all beautiful. 336 rooms and suites span 25 floors of luxury... Learn More
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