Luxury Hong Kong Hotels

Best Luxury Hotels in Hong Kong
Hong Kong is a cosmopolitan metropolis and a top global financial center. Within the modern skyscrapers, high end and luxury shops lies a culturally rich history. Hong Kong sets the bar high when it comes to luxury hotels. Here are our top luxury hotels in Hong Kong.

The Peninsula Hong Kong
penisulaThe Peninsula Hong Kong opened its doors for the first time on 11th December 1928 and since then has grown into a legend. Classic ad contemporary live at The Peninsula Hong Kong. The rooms are simple and elegant with distinctive design. Facilities include a Roman-style swimming pool, a 12,000-square-foot Peninsula Spa, nine award-winning restaurants and bars, and a Shopping Arcade. Fourteen Rolls-Royce limousines are available for airport transfers while the hotel’s own helicopter service provides the ultimate transfer in speed and style.

Langham Place Mongkok
LanghamAs a true five-star luxury Spa hotel in Hong Kong, Langham Place Hotel Hong Kong is home to Chuan Spa which straddles the top three floors of the Hotel. Chuan Spa is not only a day spa but a luxurious residential spa with hotel accommodation available featuring a secret entrance directly to the Spa. The five-star luxury Hong Kong spa hotel offer a multiude of restaurants, including Ming Court which offers superb traditional oriental cuisine. All rooms have floor to ceiling windows, with panoramic Hong Kong city views and a wealth of hi-tech features, reflecting new heights of style and elegance.


W Hong Kong

As expected for the W hotel chain, the W Hong Kong is trendy, modern, and a dash of funky. The stunning rooftop infinity pool on the 76th floor offers dizzying views of Hong Kong and the surround areas. All of the rooms come with a 42-inch flat-screen TV, an iPod dock and an extensive media library. The feather bed is fitted with 400-thread-count bedsheets. En suite bathrooms have a 15-inch flat-screen TV, a soaking tub and soft bathrobes.

The Landmark Mandarin Oriental
landmark_mandarin_oriental_dlx2With a great location in Central, the Landmark hotel is one of the best options in Hong Kong. The nightlife areas of Lan Kwai Fong and Soho are just a short stroll away. The Star Ferry is 7 minutes away and Victoria Peak a 20-minute drive from the hotel. Renowned designer, Peter Remedios, has created a perfect combination of cutting-edge technology, aesthetics, and functionality in every guestroom at the Landmark Mandarin Oriental Hotel. Guest rooms are spacious and high-tech, featuring marble bathrooms with deep soaking tubs, iPod docks, at least three flat-screen TVs, and Wi-Fi. Dine at one of Hong Kong’s hottest avant-garde restaurants, Amber, located in the hotel.

Luxury Hotels in Paris

The city of lights offers some of the world’s best luxury hotels. From old-world charm to modern contemporary, the French capital has the best inventive and prestigious luxury hotels, and here is some of our favorites.

The Ritz
TheRitzEstablished in 1898, The Ritz is nothing less than legendary. Located on Place Vendôme, The Ritz has inspired and housed the elite. In was here, Marcel Proust wrote “In Search of Lost Time” here, and Coco Chanel lived at The Ritz for years. The prestigious suits have hosted the Duke and Duchess of Windsor and Ernest Hemingway. Each of the 56 suits are decorated in classical French style, has a particulate theme or mood, and has astonishing views of the Place Vendôme. Only the best drinks and meals can be fond at the Ritz, from the Michelin-star restaurant L’Espadon to the Hemingway bar.

Hotel de Crillon
Hotel de CrillonThe Hotel de Crillon is one of Paris’ oldest luxury hotels. It was built in 1758, under King Louis XV, and it has a true classical setting. The Hotel de Crillon has 147 lavishly decorated rooms and suits with breathtaking views of Paris. Each suit and room is full of 17th and 18th century tapestries, furniture, and sculptures. On the top floor is the Leonard Bernstein suite. It’s named after the honored pianist and hold one of Bernstein’s pianos. The Hotel de Crillon is home to the gourmet and prestigious restaurant t Les Ambassadeurs, run by chef Christopher Hache.

Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris
Four Seasons Hotel George V, ParisJust off the Champs-Elysées, Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris is located in the heart of the most fashionable quarter of Paris. This Parisian Four Sessions is housed in a building that dates to 1928. Within the 245 rooms, the hotel includes 59 suites in which 30 suits and deluxe rooms have terraces or balconies offering astonishing Parisian city views. Each of the 245 rooms are decorated in classic French furnishings and Parisian style that created a real elegance to the atmosphere of the Four Seasons Hotel George V. Le Cing is the main restaurant and has two lounges, Le Galarie and Le Bar. There’s also a luxury spa and sauna to complete the Parisian Four Seasons stupendous hotel.

Le Meurice
Le MeuriceLe Meurice has been home to English aristocrats and artists since it’s opening, as well as Dali and Kipling. Today its clients range from film stars, CEOs, and families. Le Meurice centrally located from the Louve and rue St-Honoré. When guests walk into the hotel, they will see a frosted mirror in the entrance hall where guests can doodle or sign their autograph. The rest of the hotel is full of chandeliers and marble, the 160 rooms and suits decorated in pastel-colored silks and bergère chairs à la Louis XVI. The suites are larger than most apartments in Paris and are extravagant. The 1st-floor Presidential suite looks over the Tuileries and the Belle Etoile penthouse has its own private lift, butler’s pantry and 360° views from its rooftop terrace. Le Meurice houses several fine dinning options, such as Restaurant Le Meurice and Le Dali. There is also a private dinning room, The Table d’Yquem which hosts special wine and food pairings with Château Yquem.