"Internationally acclaimed as one of the world’s top hotels for business and leisure, InterContinental Hong Kong has always been prized for its unrivalled views of Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong Island."
Whether you’re gazing over the skyline from the Club InterContinental Lounge or landmark-spotting from your suite, all of Hong Kong is literally at your feet. But the views are not the only draw, the Asia-Pacific flagship for InterContinental Hotels Group is also renowned for its impeccable service, luxurious accommodation and world-class restaurants.
The hotel's stunning Presidential Suite is one of the most spectacular in Asia and the largest in Hong Kong at 7,000 square feet with a 2,500 square feet terrace with an infinity swimming pool overlooking Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong Island. There are also two specialty suites (The CEO Suite and Terrace Suite), both with large outdoor terraces and Jacuzzis overlooking Victoria Harbour. There's no doubting the sheer luxury on offer, and the hotel has the awards to prove it - receiving many accolades including the Forbes Travel Guide's Five Star Award Winner in 2014.
The hotel features 503 contemporary guest rooms, including 87 harbour-view suites, all of which have high-speed broadband internet access, SHARP LCD televisions, BOSE DVD/CD home entertainment sound systems with iPod docking stations and 24-hour butler service and in-room dining. Other "around-the-clock" services include 24-hour Concierge and business services.
The hotel is an urban resort with a large outdoor swimming pool and a unique trio of infinity spa pools overlooking the harbour. The luxurious I-Spa, with its feng shui inspired ambiance, is Hong Kong's ultimate spa retreat with private spa suites, each with its own Jacuzzi, sauna, steam shower and massage facilities. The Fitness Centre is open 24-hours.
- Outdoor pool
- Infinity spa pools
- Fitness centre
- 24 hour business centre
- Chauffeured cars
- Function rooms
Dramatic dining options include two celebrity restaurants - NOBU InterContinental Hong Kong and the 1-Michelin star SPOON by Alain Ducasse, plus the 1-Michelin star Yan Toh Heen (for Cantonese cuisine), THE STEAK HOUSE winebar + grill and Harbourside, which is popular for its extensive international buffets. The Lobby Lounge is renowned for its spectacular panoramic views of Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong Island. Drinks, snacks, afternoon tea or evening cocktails here with the Hong Kong skyline as the dramatic backdrop is a magical experience.
Kowloon's subtropical climate means that winters are generally mild and summers are hot and humid. The peak time to visit is between October to the end of December, when temperatures comfortably arm and sunny and nights are pleasantly cool. The months of January through early March are cold and rainy, and March and April are very changeable. May to September sees hot, humid weather with plenty of rain, and the city is at risk of typhoons.
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