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W Hong Kong

W Hong Kong Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The 393-room W Hong Kong is a fun, modern hotel in Kowloon, a popular tourist area. In many ways, this W feels like all others; it features funky decor the W brand is known for -- bizarre sculptures, pop art wall murals, and bright, colored lighting -- as well as a Bliss spa and a Living Room bar, with a DJ at night. But this W feels a bit more special, and luxurious, than some you might find in the U.S. The Bliss spa is absolutely gorgeous, with beautiful teak tubs and soft lighting, and the stunning rooftop infinity pool on the 76th floor offers poolside service and dizzying views. The decor is downplayed in the rooms, which have bright green comforters, high-tech amenities, and sleek slate bathrooms. Those who prefer more traditional luxury may consider the nearby Langham.
InterContinental Hong Kong

InterContinental Hong Kong Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The 590-room InterContinental is one of the most luxurious hotels in Hong Kong, conveniently situated in Kowloon within walking distance of numerous sights. Its claim to fame may be that over two-thirds of the rooms have harbor views, but the hotel has plenty else to brag about, including seven dining options (one is NOBU and another is an Alain Ducasse restaurant), a rooftop pool, a top-notch spa, and gorgeous rooms featuring 24-hour butler service. Rooms are decorated with Asian accents -- such as tasseled gold and brown bed throws with calligraphy print -- and also feature large flat-screen TVs with DVD players, iPod docks, and marble bathrooms with separate showers and tubs. There's a fee for Wi-Fi, but those who can afford this hotel rate it as one of Hong Kong's best.
Island Shangri-La

Island Shangri-La Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Arguably the most luxurious hotel in Hong Kong, the 565-room Shangri-La features opulent details -- including the largest Chinese silk painting in the world, and TVs in every bathroom. Elegant rooms are outfitted with silk throws, gilded wooden furniture, crystal chandeliers, and high-tech features such as large flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. Amenities include an outdoor pool, a well-equipped fitness center, and a spa. They are not exclusive to guests, though, as Health Club members also have access to them. The Shangri-La has steep rates, but most guests claim the hefty price tag is worth it, particularly when staying in rooms with harbor views.
Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The Mandarin Oriental is one of the top luxury hotels in Hong Kong, and a popular choice among well-heeled families and business travelers. It has 501 elegant rooms featuring contemporary Chinese decor, large windows with wonderful views, and gorgeous bathrooms with sleek glass-enclosed showers and bathtubs (except Study Rooms, which have walk-in showers only). Highlights include a nice spa, a modern fitness center, upscale services such as floor butlers, and a convenient location in the heart of Central. There is also a wide array of dining options, including three Michelin-star restaurants.
The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong

The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Only a few hotels in Hong Kong deliver the Ritz-Carlton’s level of luxury. Large rooms feature decadent touches, such as plush beds with 400- to 600-thread count linens, iPods and iPod docks, Nespresso coffeemakers, and high-end toiletries. The hotel is set on floors 102 to 118 of Hong Kong’s tallest building, and while acrophobes may not appreciate being this far from the ground, the height does make for breathtaking views -- that is, when the sky is clear. Highlights include a stylish indoor pool, sleek gym, and top-notch spa. The Ritz-Carlton is connected to a great shopping mall and corporate offices, and also offers easy access to the airport train and the MTR. However, its location in an up-and-coming business area west of Tsim Sha Tsui is a bit out of the way for leisure travelers, as there are no major attractions within walking distance.
The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The gorgeous Landmark hotel is one of the more intimate luxury options in Hong Kong. With a great location in Central, the city's business hub (also home to clubs and restaurants), this hotel stands out from nearby competitors because its size: It's a boutique property with only 113 rooms (the Conrad and JW Marriott both have over 500). The interior design is exceptional: The lobby, restaurant, and rooms feature warm brown and silver tones, with Asian-inspired accents (typical of the Mandarin brand). Though the Landmark does feature kid-friendly amenities, the hotel caters largely to business travelers and couples; the gorgeous spa is one of the hotel's highlights, with treatment rooms, a Turkish Hammam, a pool, and a spa cafe. And the spacious, high-tech rooms feature marble bathrooms with deep soaking tubs, iPod docks, at least three flat-screen TVs, and Wi-Fi (for an additional fee).
Harbour Grand Hong Kong

Harbour Grand Hong Kong Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The Harbour Grand impresses guests upon entry. The massive marble lobby with huge chandeliers is imposing, and the stately, yet modern, look continues throughout the hotel. Rooms here are sexy and up-to-date, with none of the stuffy grandeur of some other luxury hotels in Hong Kong. Simple, sexy decor with peek-a-boo bathrooms, large sepia-toned wall photos behind the headboards, and views of the harbor give the rooms a sophisticated vibe, and they have been updated with flat-screen TVs and Wi-Fi (for an additional fee). Though the hotel has all of the amenities business travelers could want -- tons of meeting space, a business center, and 24-hour room service -- it attracts an equal number of leisure travelers, thanks in part to its large outdoor pool and kiddy pool, and free shuttle to nearby sights. Overall this 828-room mega-hotel is a gorgeous option; with four full restaurants, a fitness center, and a spa.
Harbour Grand Kowloon

Harbour Grand Kowloon Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The 554-room Harbour Grand is slightly removed from the main attractions in Kowloon. However, many choose to stay here precisely because it isn't in the center of the hustle and bustle. For those guests who want to explore, the hotel provides a free bus shuttle to major attractions. The property overlooks the harbor, with great views from the fitness center, pool, and more than half of the guest rooms. All rooms have marble bathrooms (some with separate showers and tubs) and flat-screen TVs. Decor is somewhat generic, though, with simple wood furnishings, upholstered chairs, and wall-to-wall carpeting. The property is a solid choice in Kowloon, but those looking for over-the-top luxury and a more central location may consider the Peninsula.
Langham Place, Hong Kong

Langham Place, Hong Kong Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The 665-room Langham Place is one of the most luxurious hotels in Hong Kong; but while other four- and five-pearl hotels are largely concentrated along the water, the Langham is part of a large shopping complex in central Mong Kok. The hotel has a long list of on-site (and upscale) amenities, including a gorgeous spa, rooftop pool, and five restaurants (one with a Michelin star). The sleek, contemporary style is consistent throughout: Picture sleek lines, high ceilings, and funky local artwork. Rooms are understated, with plush white bedding and neutral tones, as well as art-adorned walls and peek-a-boo bathrooms. Technology includes flat-screen TVs, DVD players, iPod docks, and Wi-Fi (for a fee). Harbor views are limited, but the Langham is still a popular choice for tourists and business travelers looking for an upscale hotel in a convenient location.
InterContinental Grand Stanford

InterContinental Grand Stanford Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Location is a big draw at the InterContinental, as it is within walking distance of museums and major sights. The rooms are also a highlight, and are tastefully decorated in a classic style, with understated wood furnishings and neutral-toned carpeting. They also feature up-to-date amenities such as large flat-screen TVs and marble bathrooms. Some rooms offer beautiful views of the harbor and Hong Kong skyline, which is especially stunning at night. However, unlike competitors such as the Grand Hyatt and the Conrad (both across the harbor), standard rooms here do not have separate showers and tubs. The InterContinental has numerous amenities, including three restaurants, a bar, a heated rooftop pool, and a small fitness center. It is a solid pick, especially for sightseers, but the Langham and Peninsula are a tad more opulent.


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