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In Hong Kong for Art Basel this week? We’ve got you covered—here’s where to stay in the city.
The Landmark Mandarin Oriental
Modern French cuisine, hand-painted silk walls, and amethyst crystal spas highlight this luxurious state-of-the-art sanctuary, located at the heart of Hong Kong’s business and fashion districts.
The Upper House
Designed by Hong Kong architect Andre Fu, this small luxury hotel in the heart of Hong Kong’s business district features enormous rooms with corner sofas and walk-in rain showers; a candlelit European “Grand Café” overlooking Victoria Harbour from the 49th floor; and a “secret garden” hidden patio serving cocktails and refreshments.
East of the serene Victoria Park district, Tuve embodies a “gentle vaccuum” with its contemporary minimalist aesthetic, featuring greyscale marble rooms with floor lighting, spacious rain showers, and a contemporary Italian restaurant with fine Japanese accents.
On the city’s first historic stone-slab street at the heart of Central, this classic luxury hotel features suites with comfortable seating areas and charming décor; marble bathrooms with rainfall showers; and a classic Italian restaurant and chocogelateria.
J Plus Hotel by YOO
Surrounded by the neon hum of Causeway Bay, Hong Kong’s first boutique hotel combines popping colors and artistic flair for a uniquely charming experience. Originally designed by Philippe Starck, J Plus revamped its image with the YOO Design Studio in 2014.
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