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Cindy
Rochester (New York)

Hong Kong

Looking for a good splurge hotel in Hong Kong

I’ll be on my own in Hong Kong for my birthday because of work, so my boss is treating me to a weekend at a really nice splurge hotel! Here’s what I’m looking for:

  • Something in the range of $400-$600 for the night 
  • Want something new and hip
  • MUST have a spa
  • Would love a cool rooftop bar 
  • A nice view would be good but not essential
  • Safe neighborhood

5 Answers

top answer by
Alex from London

The Peninsula Hong Kong, no other compares if you are looking to splurge. And yes it has a fab pool, spa and great rooftop bar overlooking Victoria Bay. Possibly one of the most iconic views of the city.

If you are looking for really stylish, creative and urban cool options, The Mira Hong Kong, Hotel Indigo Hong Kong and Hotel ICON 唯港薈 may all be worth a look.

Hope you have a fab birthday!


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. The Mira Hong Kong (hotel)
  2. Hotel Indigo Hong Kong (hotel)
  3. Hotel ICON 唯港薈 (hotel)
  4. The Peninsula Hong Kong (hotel)
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answered by
Vicky from Los Angeles

The W Hong Kong in the Kowloon side has everything that you're looking for including cool rooftop pool with a bar and the Bliss spa. It's definitely hip. Prices seem to be below the $400 range, maybe you can get a suite ;-) If you stay here, say hi to Charlie the W Insider there! 

For the ultimate in luxury, stay at the Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong in the Hong Kong side - it's easy access to Hong Kong's best bars like Sevva


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. W Hong Kong (hotel)
  2. Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong (hotel)
  3. Sevva (attraction)
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answered first by
Michael from San Francisco

The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong is relatively new.  Has one of the tallest bars on the planet.  Not too far from Tsim Sha Tsui

The Peninsula Hong Kong is not new, but has long been the standard for which luxury hotels in HK measure to.

Hullett House is the only hotel in HK that is still part of the "Leading Hotels of the World" group (no spa).

Mandarin Oriental - Hong Kong is also not new, but the Mandarin hotel group consistently ranks near the top for luxury hotels.

These hotels mentioned, will definitely be closer to the $600/night range.

Enjoy!


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong (hotel)
  2. Hullett House (hotel)
  3. Mandarin Oriental - Hong Kong (hotel)
  4. The Peninsula Hong Kong (hotel)
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answered by
Tsubi from Hong Kong

I second Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong with the best access to transport and shopping at ifc mall 國際金融中心商場right under you. Nice pool too, overlooking the harbour (pool side food is not good FYI) and has Blue Bar and michelin starred Chinese food Lung King Heen and Spa with Organic Pharmacy products. There is a bar area above the mall called Red Bar + Restaurant with skyscraper views.  

If you want to explore HK in short time I would suggest staying on Hong Kong Island side unless your work requires you to be in TST.. 


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong (hotel)
  2. ifc mall 國際金融中心商場 (attraction)
  3. Blue Bar (attraction)
  4. Lung King Heen (restaurant)
  5. Red Bar + Restaurant (restaurant)
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answered by
Riyaz from Toronto

Hi Cindy,

If money is no object the you could try The Landmark Mandarin Oriental or The Peninsula Hong Kong. The first is modern and very close to the great restaurants and night life of Lan Kwai Fong and the 2nd is old world charm. Both have nice spas and restaurants. For a great rooftop bar try Sevva (walking distance from The Landmark) or several places in ifc Roof Garden.

Hope this helps and Happy Birthday in advance.


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. The Landmark Mandarin Oriental (hotel)
  2. Lan Kwai Fong (neighborhood)
  3. ifc Roof Garden (attraction)
  4. The Peninsula Hong Kong (hotel)
  5. Sevva (attraction)
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