10 Best Luxury Hotels in Hong Kong



Everyone needs a little "me" time. Enjoy yours by spoiling yourself at some of the most posh luxury hotels Hong Kong has to offer like The Peninsula. Indulge in ritzy, on-premises upscale dining or pamper yourself with plush king-sized beds and in-room deluxe hot tubs at luxury hotels like the Ritz-Carlton. If you travel extravagantly, Hong Kong luxury hotels are the only way to fly.

Almost all of Hong Kong's luxury hotels overlook Victoria Harbour, which is busy day and night as cruise liners, cargo ships, ferries, packet boats and pleasure yachts sail back and forth. So a harbor-view is an essential ingredient when you make your reservation.

Secondly, some of the city's finest restaurants are located in Hong Kong's luxury hotels. Nobu is the obvious name to conjure with, likewise Lung King Heen at the Four Seasons, the first Chinese restaurant in the world to be granted three Michelin stars.

And few visitors check out of Hong Kong's luxury hotels without praising the staff, dedicated professionals who make their workplaces some of the most delightful accommodations the world has to offer. Whether it's a grand dame like The Peninsula, or one of the younger generation, Hong Kong's luxury hotels rank among the best in the world.


The Pottinger
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The Pottinger Hong Kong offers 68 luxury guestrooms and suites, ranging from 23 square metres to 68 square metres. The "Pottinger Suite" and six cozy suites feature a bespoke décor that celebrates Hong Kong's rich heritage and diverse...  Read More


InterContinental Grand Stanford

The InterContinental Grand Stanford is located in the Tsim Sha Tsui shopping and entertainment district. Local transportation is close to the InterContinental Grand Stanford. Guests will be able to walk to a mass transit station and a ferry...  Read More


The Peninsula Hong Kong
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The Peninsula is a born-and-bred Hong Kong hotel symbol and one of the finest hospitality brands in Asia. First opened in 1928 and later revamped in 1994, the luxury property offers impeccable room and concierge services in the original building...  Read More


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Cordis, Hong Kong


Connected directly to the Langham Place Shopping Centre, the Cordis Hong Kong provides guests with access to shopping, dining, and entertainment. Other local attractions include the Ladies Market, the Night Market, the Jade Market, Mongkok,...  Read More


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You will never realize this is a university-run hotel but for two things: the friendly rate (about 1/3 cheaper than five-stars) and the ever-lasting enthusiastic smiles from their staff. Situated in east part of Tsim Sha Tsui, the affiliation of...  Read More


Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong
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The Four Seasons is right by Central Pier waterfront with a breath-taking view towards the Victoria Harbour and Kowloon. To enhance its blue-water appeal, the five-star brand installed two outdoor swimming pools (24 and 20 meters long...  Read More


The Langham Hotel Hongkong

The Star Ferry Terminal and Victoria Harbor are just minutes from the Langham Hotel Hongkong by foot. Guests will enjoy close proximity to such area attractions as the major shopping area of the city along Canton Road. Guests will find easy...  Read More


Occupying the 102rd-118th floors of 488-meter-tall International Commerce Centre (ICC), the 312-room Ritz-Carlton is connected to the Kowloon station on Hong Kong Airport Express (about 20 minutes to the airport). Even the basic rooms here...  Read More


The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong
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The intimate 113-room property has the ambiance of a boutique hotel but the facilities of a five-star. Basic rooms are spacious (42 square meters in size) and come with contemporary design. If budget allows, try for the more deluxe L600 room,...  Read More


Grand Hyatt Hong Kong
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Exuding class and sophistication, the Grand Hyatt Hong Kong is a luxurious five-star hotel promising the warmest hospitality, unparalleled service and stylish accommodation in the heart of Hong Kong. Boasting an unrivaled waterfront location...  Read More


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Meet Ed Peters

Ed Peters has been based in Asia for most of his adult life, and counts Hong Kong as his second home. While he lives in a farming village on one of the outlying islands, getting to the city center...  More About Ed

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