Hong Kong-Asia’s World City
Hong Kong, only with its name, attracts tourists from all over the world. Being a small village back in the 1800s, it is now developed and considered one of the major destinations for business or leisure. The city is a key gateway to China. A coastal city full of impressive high rises and a fusion of eastern and western culture, Hong Kong can be proudly called-Asia’s World City.
The Christmas and New Year seasons are the best times to travel and explore the city to avoid the regular tourist crowds. Dominated by modern architecture with many skyscrapers on both sides of Victoria Harbour, it is a blend of remnants of colonial past, British culture, and values and traditions of Chines culture. The guests can enjoy high-end hotels and merge in exquisite cuisine- the mix of international and Chinese dishes, the mix of flavors and spices that make their experience one of a life holiday.
The Mira Hong Kong in a few words can be described as an experience of its own. The technology-friendly hotel offers a complimentary smartphone to its guest to communicate internationally while exploring the city. Women guests have the pleasure of enjoying the nail bar, hair salon, and fitness center. The three on-site restaurants are specialized in providing local cuisine and European specialties as well as international tastes. The suits and rooms with four color schemes promise enjoyment, business support services, complimentary breakfast, all-day beverages, all n one everything that will make a memorable stay and one of a kind experience.
Bordered by the front runner stores of the globe’s most famous deluxe designer labels, The Langham Hong Kong represents the high-end luxury embracing the European impact together with traditions. 604 sqm wellness center on the roof is dedicated to health, including trendy therapy rooms with saunas and showers, an outdoor swimming pool, and a split-level physical fitness on-demand health club. Savor genuine Cantonese masterpieces at three Michelin- starred T’ang Court. Sample delicious Eastern and Western cuisine with a hint of cooking theatre at The Food Gallery. The Chairman suit with its 125 sqm remembers the style of European homes. The elevation of deluxe is embellished with art pieces, diamond-cut mirror paneling, crystal light fixtures, and living home furnishings.
An 80-second elevator trip transports you to a various globe on the 103th floor of Kowloon’s International Business Centre. The five-star Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong uses sweeping views of the city as well as water and the hotel spa supplies high-end and extravagance in a genuinely tranquil setting. Set on the upper floors of the ICC, The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong provides sophisticated dining in magnificently designed rooms. The futuristic bar set on the top floor as well as the Michelin-starred Tin Lung Heen and Tosca di Angelo all overlook Victoria Harbour as well as the Hong Kong skyline. The Premier Executive Suite provides enjoyment in the views of the Victorian harbor and promises leisure in the expansive space furnished delicately to satisfy the guests’ needs and exquisite taste.
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