24/7, top-of-the-line fitness center and health club with heated outdoor pool
Michelin-starred Cantonese cuisine at Golden Leaf
Convenient to the Admiralty MTR subway stop
Sweeping views opf Victoria Peak or over the harbor to Kowloon — or both
Walk-in showers and soaking tubs with quirky rubber duckies in double-sinked marble bathrooms
What To Know
In-room Nespresso is free, but you’ll have to pay for internet access (HKD 120-150)
Massage bookings, dinner reservations, and other needs are wired into a Conrad Concierge App
Executive Lounge under renovation till August 31; nearby rooms may be noisy
Parking on site
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Luxe towers mixing business and pleasure with Michelin-starred fare, pool and spa east of Hong Kong’s CBD
The 512 rooms in this 61-floor skyscraper above the posh Pacific Place mall have larger-than-average layouts, offering guests breathing room in the space-starved metropolis. The interiors are also designed to soothe with clean lines and an understated chicness with touches of gold and gleaming wood panels. Frequent business travelers who need a breather from the urban jungle should opt for Victoria Peak-view rooms for glimpses of the actual jungle. Or allot some time to lounge by the heated outdoor pool and hot tub.
In the Area
Sticky heat and rain — Hong Kong’s default weather settings — don’t need to ruin your day in Admiralty and Central, the city’s shopping meccas. Pacific Place’s marquee collection of top international brands (plus a movie theater that serves wine and canapes) and The LANDMARK’s stronghold of up-market malls, including the glamorous ifc on the harbor, are linked by subway and an elaborate network of covered walkways. That means you never have to get wet or break a sweat putting your credit card through its paces. When the weather holds, unforgettable views from Victoria Peak (and more shopping/dining/museum-ing) are just a very very steep tram ride away.