10 Most Expensive Hotels in Hong Kong

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10 Most Expensive Hotels in Hong Kong
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5 January, 2020 0 Comments

"10 Most Expensive Hotels in Hong Kong

There are plenty of things to be done in Hong Kong. This dream city is the home to the sophisticated fusion of West, East, and travelers who like to taste diverse in culture will have a memorable moment in Hong Kong. Not to mention, its developments which have been an attraction to tourists, A walled village, The Skyline, Lamma Island, and some of the must-visit the place.

Well, if you pay extra, then you will be able to see a different side of Hong Kong. So does the accommodation of the hotel. From thousands of hotel to choose, here are ten most expensive hotels in Hong Kong to make your stay luxurious.

1. Upper House

Source: Booking.com

Upper house is a 117 room luxurious hotel, set on the top of the Pacific Place, a glossy shopping complex in Admiralty. This hotel is mostly famous for Cafe Gray Deluxe and Cafe Gray Bar on the 49th floor.

On the other services, Upper house offers 21st-century luxury which comes with in-room check-in, combined with a more old-fashioned level of services.

Despite being one of the most expensive hotels in Hong Kong, there are no pool or spa, which is the downside of the hotel and draws back the attention of guests. But rooms are elegant, which comes with huge bathrooms and loads of stocks amenities.

2. The Kerry Hotel

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A five-starred Kerry Hotel is the city’s first “urban resort” and gives an impressive spacious setting on the Kowloon waterfront. From the MTR station, you can easily access to hotel and rest of the city. Guests can enjoy their stay in this hotel, with the view of greenery and verdant landscape and a lovely walk to Tsim Sha Tsui. 

This hotel features a spa, outdoor infinity pool, and a large 24-hour fitness center and a Sports Base camp which is average for a hotel in Hong Kong. Guests can enjoy their stay in one of 546 rooms which all of them offers harbor views, and on the complementary everyone gets a minibar, a Nespresso machine, and other luxurious amenities.

3. The Mira Hong Kong

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Set away from the perpetually crowded streets of Hong Kong, Mira Hotel is a few minutes’ walks from Tsim Sha Tsui MTR station. The services and facilities offered by this hotel can be compared to top-end-hotel of the world. There is a 25-meter infinity pool, 18000 sq. Ft. spa and most beautiful bars and restaurants.

Guests can enjoy their stay in The Grand Mira Suites, which opens on a private outdoor terrace overlooking the hotel’s rooftop bar. In a room, you can find a kitchen bar, large bed, and bathrooms that offer saunas, showers, and a spa tub. On the culinary highlights, The Mira hotel has six restaurants and bars including Whisk, which serves more than 400 wines.

4. The W Hong Kong

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Perfect choice for perky and part-going travelers, The W Hong Kong hotel is situated above Elements mall and a 20 minutes’ drive away from the airport.

In the sixth floor of the hotel, guests can enjoy between the Woo Bar and the Kitchen Restaurant. On the highlights, expansive spa, sky views, and natural light make this hotel more memorable for guests.

In the 78th floor is the rooftop pool which giveaway the sensational city views and in 39th floor has treatment rooms, saunas, and steam rooms. There are 393 rooms, which are very comfortable, and some of these rooms offer astonishing views of Victoria Harbor and Yau Ma Tei Typhoon Shelter.

5. Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong

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Since 1963, Mandarin hotel has been at the heart of Hong Kong and is providing flawless services, fantastic location, and the most elegant dining rooms Asia has to offer.

Surrounded by some of the famous buildings in Hong Kong including Sir NorAm Foster and Legislative Council building, Mandarin Oriental Hotel channel’s the city’s glamorous side. This hotel has its charms with impeccable services and facilities. The Mandarin Spa, salon, indoor swimming pool, and a 24-hour gym are the hotel highlights.

The 499 rooms are very comfortable and provide breathtaking views of Statue Square and Victoria Harbor. The crown in the jewel of this hotel is its three Michelin starred restaurants, Man Wah, Pierre’s French Fine dining and The Gill restaurant.

6. The Landmark, Mandarin Oriental 

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For the guests, the Landmark, Mandarin Oriental offers direct access to the splendid Landmark shopping mall and a famous natural spa with soft scents and warm wooden wall.

Unlike its big sister, Mandarin Oriental hotel, this landmark is boutique-sized with 113 guest rooms filled with luxurious style.Two dining areas, MO bar, and Amber is trendy among guests and locals and offers a great breakfast buffet, a vast selection of cocktails, divinely inspired food, and even more.

7. Four Seasons Hotel 

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Four seasons is an award-winning hotel, which services and facilities are fabulous and set in a unique location. This hotel is located in the heart of the city (Victoria Harbor) and is a walkway from the Central Ferry Piers, Central Business District, and Central MTR station. The hotel has 399 well-decorated rooms, including 54 suites, and some of the places offer you a harbor view.

If you pay extra, then you can have one of the largest hotel rooms in Hong Kong (45 square meters) and comes with marble bathtub, guest rooms, and massage parlor and 24-hour room services. Lung King Heen (previously the world’s first Chinese Restaurant) and Caprice is the must-visit for the dinning.

8. InterContinental Hong Kong

Source: South China Morning Post

Situated on the Kowloon Peninsula on Victoria Harbor, Inter-Continental hotel has the highest floor of the hotel and adds the most massive headroom in the city.

On the services, it offers a gym, dining room, private study room, kitchen, and five bedrooms. The rooms also give an iconic view of the harbor, spectacular skyline, and lots of stocked amenities. The hotel has five superb restaurants, RECH, Yan Toh Heen, Steak House, and NOBU. All of these services extensive dished to its guests.

9. The Peninsula Hong Kong

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Although the Peninsula was established in 1928, there is no rust in their services and facilities. One of the oldest hotels in Hong Kong is probably the first luxury hotel in Asia.

In the 26th floor of this hotel, there are many things to do with classic furniture, marble bathrooms, gymnasium, and Movie Theater. Peninsula is well placed in the middle of Tsim Sha Tsui and is the perfect mixture of old and modern services. There are 165 rooms in the original building and 135 rooms and offers a spectacular view of the city.

10. Pottinger Hong Kong

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Pottinger Hong Kong is 68 room boutique hotel set in the corner of Steep Pottinger street, one of the Hong Kong’s distinctive thoroughfares. The rooms in this hotel are charming with elegant furniture, and classic art hung on the wall.

On the amenities, guests can have a Nespresso machine and another luxurious one. However, there is only one restaurant, Grandin, an Italian Restaurant and bar across it.

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