From its height and swanky entrance to the minimal, upscale look of its guest rooms, the mid-range Hotel de Edge is a contemporary new addition to Hong Kong's skyline. Like most hotels in the city, de Edge lacks ample space, but the stylish rooms -- with light wood finishes and natural light -- feel bigger, and are actually much larger than the rooms at sister Hotel Bonaparte. The beds, though they may be a bit hard for some, feature crisp white bedding, and unobstructed windows offer views of the harbor. Each room offers a flat-screen TV, iPod dock, and DVD player. The bathrooms are chic and clean, but the open layout might bother visitors who prefer more privacy. Guests can grab a cocktail or bite to eat the trendy restaurant, Glo, though because of its small size it can become quite crowded. At night, the hotel serves guests free tea and cookies, which is a thoughtful touch. The hotel is in a good location for exploration, but be warned that taxis might have trouble finding this new fixture .