Wednesday, 8 January 2014

Hong Kong! Eat, Stay, Spa. Best Hotels, Best Restaurants, Best Spas.

Hong Kong is an exciting city. You'd need years to explore all it has to offer. We did our best though on a recent visit to see (or should I say eat and drink) as much as we could. The places we explored are definitely at the luxury end of offerings and we enjoyed every bit of them. Here's our list of recommended places to Eat, Stay and Spa in Hong Kong. Click on the title to find full details of each experience.

Hong Kong - Eat

Afternoon Tea at Tiffin, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong


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Afternoon Tea at Tiffin, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong

Grand Cafe, Buffet Breakfast, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong


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Grand Cafe, Buffet Breakfast, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong

Hong Kong - Spa

Plateau Spa, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong


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Plateau Spa, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong

Hong Kong - Stay

Grand Hyatt Hong Kong


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Grand Hyatt Hong Kong

Kowloon - Stay

Kowloon Shangri-La, Hong Kong

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Kowloon Shangri-La, Hong Kong

Hong Kong - Eat

Best Macarons in Hong Kong - all of the top brands can be found at Harbour City. Herme Paris, Laduree just to name two.

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Macarons at Harbour City


  Symphony of Lights as Viewed from Harbour City

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Harbour City, Kowloon


 Two Michelin Starred Shang Palace, Kowloon Shangri-La

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Shang Palace, Kowloon Shangri-La

Spanish Tapas and Wines - Vi Cool, Harbour City


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Vi Cool

This list is by far a comprehensive listing for such a thrilling city. We vow to return to bring you more of the best hotels, restaurants and spas in Hong Kong. Please send us your favourites.

6 comments:

  1. I didn't realize that you could buy Laduree macarons in Hong Kong! It's probably a good thing or else I would have gained even more weight when I was there :)

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  2. Hong Kong is a gem on mainland Asia. Macarons can be very persuasive :)

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  3. I need to go to HK again, such a wonderful place if not for the super packed crowd every single place

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  4. I love Hong Kong. I visited it about 20 years ago. Fell in love with the place and cuisine.
    The grand Hyatt looks phenomenal. Would love to visit it again.

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  5. Heading in to HK for my run in a month's time. Hopefully I can catch up with some of the yummy goodness you have shared.

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