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ART & CULTURE

Love Is In The Flair! Suite Surprises Ramp Up The Romance For Honeymooners

You’ve painstakingly researched your honeymoon holiday, booking only the highest rated hotels, restaurants and excursions, planned every detail of your wedding day to legendary perfection.
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Girls, Girls, Girls!

Maybe it’s a girl thing, but it’s the bath that brings me back to Hotel ICON. When you sit in it, the water comes up to your shoulders and if you add the generous bath products supplied in every room, the whole experience adds up to instant relaxation!
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All about the selfie!

The Instagram age dawned in 2010. Quietly at first, and just before Hotel ICON first opened its doors.
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It’s the little things that mean a lot...

For those of us who enjoy the finer things in life, or at least being pampered and enjoying some privacy and exclusivity, why not step inside Above and Beyond for an extra special special experience.
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Your Voice Matters to Us

The rise of TripAdvisor and social media platforms generally has seen changes in the way consumers and clients interact with one another and with us as individual brands and hotels.
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What is it about Asian hospitality that makes it so special?

Asian culture is deeply rooted in the family, and so the service imbued in Asian hotels reflects that family orientated approach. Guests should feel at home and be at all time, served with ‘kindness and giving’.
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Co-creating the story. It’s what the millennial market wants.

Hotels have long been falling at the feet of millennials - that tech-savvy, experience-driven, pleasure-seeking demographic - creating new brands and installing modern amenities entirely for a younger set of travelers.
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The Joy of the Arts for the Family

With the children in mind this summer, The International Arts Carnival (IAC) will present a variety of events especially for families, and here at Hotel ICON we will be offering a special family package too.
ART & CULTURE

Opera For All

If opera is your thing then you are in for a treat with the Chinese Opera Festival which runs until August.
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Tea, Movies and Star Gazing!

Muse Fest 2017 is coming to Hong Kong from June 24 to July 9 and is the third museum festival held in the city featuring nearly 100 different history, art and film activities.
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Junk Tripping

If you never see their rugged coastlines or deserted coves, and if you are never buffeted by the salty sea wind as it blows full pelt across a surging prow, then you will not know very much of Hong Kong at all.
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A Wine Revolution

It wasn’t that long ago in Hong Kong, when the city’s wine lists spoke only French. Now the world has shifted and a new breed of premium wine brands jostle for precious shelf space in the city.
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A Weekend Full of Positivity and Relaxation!

Taking place as summer breezes into Hong Kong, IRIS: Your Escape – Hong Kong’s largest Health & Wellness Festival is happening this weekend - 27-28 May 2017 at Nursery Park, West Kowloon Cultural District, just down the road from Hotel ICON.
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The Dragon Boat Festival

Tuen Ng or the Dragon Boat Festival, is a glorious time, always around the summer solstice, when the waterways around Hong Kong come to life with dragon boats competing against each other alongside a myriad of decorated junks and other watercraft.
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Le French May

From Monet to Mozart, Borget to Beauty and the Beast, there’s something for Francophiles all over Hong Kong throughout May until July.
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The Cheung Chau Bun Festival

The cultural and historical richness of Hong Kong is highlighted in a series of traditional festivals staged in the city and on many of its 230 outlying islands.
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The Flying Winemaker

Eddie McDougall, or The Flying Winemaker as he is become known, is the charming face behind one of Hong Kong’s best wine bars and on April 19th he is coming to Hotel Icon for a very special gourmet day of food and wine.
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Movie Time

Founded in 1976, the Hong Kong International Film Festival is Asia’s oldest international film festival and a pioneer in introducing Hong Kong Chinese language and Asian cinema and filmmakers to the world.
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Hong Kong Sevens

A raft of initiatives and entertainment is on the cards for spectators and around the world in 2017 as the rugby world again focuses on Hong Kong in April.
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Hong Kong is made for a family break

Cable car rides, beach outings and Mickey Mouse – the city and its islands have lots more for families than just shopping!
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The Green Race

The truth is, most of us miss the subtleties of Hong Kong’s beauty and history and, like all of our planet, its fragility.
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Art and the City!

If you are in Hong Kong in March and you love the arts then you are in luck! It’s Arts Month in the city, a time when local and international talent converges to showcase their creativity, and between March 23-25, Art Basel Hong Kong returns.
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Andrew Wong and his Chinese Culinary Genius

From 30 March(Thu) to 1 April 2017(Sat), one of London’s favourite and most celebrated British born Chinese chefs Andrew Wong will be bringing his culinary magic to Above & Beyond as an exclusive Pop Up.
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The latest travel trends

The way the discerning traveller chooses a hotel or a destination changes each year but one thing is for certain, as the world gets smaller with connectivity and technology, travel is still as important to us than ever.
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Unforgettable Memories

A New York minute is a Hong Kong second is a saying you’ll hear from expats who live in this thrilling, idiosyncratic city and it’s not hard to see why. Hong Kong teems with energy from the moment you arrive, and it never lets up.
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Love Me Do: Valentine's Day in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is undoubtedly one of the world's most romantic cities. While it may lack the history or architecture of Paris or Florence, there are still a million ways to woo and wow the one you love.
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The culture of Chinese New Year in Hong Kong

Chinese New Year is the brightest, biggest and most important cultural celebration in the Chinese calendar, celebrated by an astonishing one in five people on the planet.
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The auspicious tastes of Chinese New Year

Traditions and superstitions continue at Chinese New Year in Hong Kong in the form of auspicious dishes and ingredients that are sought by those looking for prosperity.
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Food trends for 2017

Predicting food trends is notoriously tricky. It’s the definition of subjective at the best of times.
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It’s getting hot in here: Hong Kong’s Foodporn chroniclers

Let's be honest, we've all been there. You're having dinner and a dish arrives which is sinful, sexy and outrageous, so good you absolutely, categorically have to...photograph it. Yes that's the world of foodporn we live in, where the calories can be virt
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Cakes That Could Go In a Design Museum

Chinese New Year is marked by an estimated fifth of the world’s population and 2017 sees the arrival of the year of the rooster, bringing it with colour, celebration and a cultural explosion like no other
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The Hong Kong Hotel Concierge and Lifestyle Management Forum 2016

Don't miss your chance to participate in the second Concierge and Lifestyle Management Forum, networking event that reunites leaders and influencers across the hospitality industry.
ART & CULTURE

Fashion Asia 2016 Hong Kong

Organised by Hong Kong Design Centre, Fashion Asia 2016 Hong Kong was first launched in September 2015 as a part of HKSAR Government's new fashion initiative.
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Welcomes the New Season

When the mercury starts to fall in Hong Kong, closets open up for the city’s residents to excitedly reveal their heavy winter coats, boots, scarves and more.
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Lan Kwai Fong Carnival

For locals and visitors alike, few destinations in Hong Kong rival the party atmosphere of the city’s Lan Kwai Fong (LKF) district smack in the middle of Central.
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Grilling Good Times: Hot from the Josper Oven at GREEN

Food fans and chefs alike around the world know that the Spanish-made Josper oven produces arguably some of the finest cooked meats available, thanks to its 100% charcoal cooking in a controlled atmosphere.
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Feeling Sporty? 5 for October!

Staying in the world of action and physical activities, October features multiple world class sporting events to ensure fans are kept on the edge of their seats.
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October in Pink!

October 10 marks an important date in the calendar with the Hong Kong Breast Cancer Association’s annual Pink Walk to spread the word about Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
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To the trails! Hiking Season and The Chung Yeung Festival

As temperatures in the city start to fall, there’s no better time to dust off the walking boots on one of the city’s numerous hiking trails.
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Autumn Flavours at Above & Beyond

As the seasons change and new produce becomes available, our chefs at Hotel ICON work hard to bring diners the finest ingredients.
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Cheers to Beers

Beer is one of the oldest drinks known to mankind – with good reason. Cold and refreshing on a warm day, there are few better ways to quench the thirst and kick back than with a glass or two.
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WHAT'S ON? Hong Kong Music Agenda

Who needs Glastonbury or Coachella, when you have some of the enchanting music festivals in Hong Kong right on your doorstep. If you're in the know for music and culture, you won't want to miss these line-ups!
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At Five, ICON is growing up beautifully!

But what really sets Hotel Icon apart is its individuality. It's all exactly as I had imagined it, right down to the scent in lift. Only it's better and I am proud, and who can ask for more than that?
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HOT DOWN - Summer in the City

There’s no denying that summer in the Fragrant Harbour can be hot and sticky, but thankfully help is at hand with a brilliant range of options to beat the heat and allow you to see the city at its best.
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FOOD DIARY - Must Eat Treats

Visitors to Hong Kong, be they first timers or regulars, often seek out the city’s most famous dishes. With more than 30,000 restaurants, the list is always going to be hotly-contested, but some have clearly stood the test of time.