A luxury hotel on Kowloon’s waterfront with some of the finest views in Hong Kong
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Stylish and contemporary accommodation, unparalleled views of Victoria Harbour and some of the best dining in the city all go towards making the Intercontinental one of Hong Kong's finest luxury hotels.
Located on Kowloon's waterfront with breathtaking views across Victoria Harbour, the Intercontinental Hong Kong boasts one if the best locations in the city. With many of the Kowloon's attractions literally on the doorstep, including the Symphony of Lights, the Avenue of the Stars, an abundance of colourful markets as well as the stylish boutiques of Tsim Sha Tsui, there's really no better base for exploring Hong Kong. The many attractions of Hong Kong Island including Victoria Peak are just a short journey away by either ferry or MTR - the city's excellent underground transport system.
The Intercontinental Hong Kong features 503 stylishly appointed rooms and suites, including 87 harbourview suites. Every room in the hotel has high-speed broadband, LCD televisions, BOSE home entertainment system with iPod docking station, luxury bathroom amenities, in-room safe, mini bar, 24-hour butler service and in-room dining.
An incredible array of dining experiences await guest at the Intercontinental Hong Kong where no less than six unique restaurants offer enticing menus and impeccable service, accompanied by breathtaking panoramic views of the harbour. Two of the hotel's fine-dining options - SPOON by Alain Ducasse and the Cantonese restaurant Yan Toh Heen - both have Michelin Stars, and NOBU Intercontinental is one of the city's best Japanese Restaurants. The Lobby Lounge offers some of the most spectacular views of the harbour and Hong Kong Island and serves drinks, snacks and afternoon tea in elegant surroundings.
More than just a hotel, the Intercontinental bills itself as an urban resort and as such has plenty in the way of leisure facilities. Along with the luxurious I-Spa, which features a series of private spa suites with their own Jacuzzi, sauna, steam shower and massage facilities, there's also a large outdoor pool and three further infinity pools with superb views of the harbour. If working out's your thing there's also a fully-equipped fitness centre.
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