14 Of The Best Hotels In Hong Kong
- The Independent
31 May, 2019
Hong Kong is one of the most visited cities on earth, and it’s easy to see why – this compact metropolis has everything you could possibly need, from mega malls to indie boutiques, temples, markets, beaches, dramatic mountains, walled cities and dim sum restaurants for days.
Even as the cityscape evolves, seemingly in a blink, one thing remains a constant: world-class hotels. While big brands have historically reigned, several notable boutique addresses have carved out a piece of the pie in recent years. At these top Hong Kong hotels, you’ll find immaculate spas and flamboyant accents, head-turning art collections and enough things to see, eat, and do on site that you may never leave until forced to check out.
Asia Largest Green Wall at The GREEN
Swimming Pool at the 9th Floor Health Club
Best for environmentalists: Hotel ICON
Neighbourhood: Tsim Sha Tsui East
A training hotel run by Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hotel ICON has racked up a long lists of ‘firsts’ for Hong Kong, if not Asia. It was the first hotel to introduce a fleet of all-electric vehicles (including several Teslas), import the now-ubiquitous Impossible Burger and install in-room water filters to reduce plastic waste. The design is equally as refreshing: the triple-height lobby plays host to Asia’s tallest vertical garden, and the rooms pair relaxed Scandinavian vibes with sweeping harbour views. When it comes to dining, you’ll have your pick of award-winning Cantonese cuisine at Above & Beyond on the 28th floor, expansive brunch at The Market and healthy light bites at Green cafe.
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