United Hong Kong: Showcasing The Best Hotels In The City
Given the recent developments, the conditions for holding the United Hong Kong Benefit are no longer as safe as we needed, and we have taken the decision to postpone the fundraiser. For more information, please see here.
In a remarkable collaboration, United Hong Kong will bring together 13 iconic Hong Kong hotels to each simultaneously host intimate fundraising dinners, with social distancing measures strictly followed, for the benefit of social housing enterprise. Light Be.
For the past 14 months, our city has faced unprecedented challenges and all individuals, communities and industries have been deeply affected. With tourism is down by over 99%, Hong Kong's hospitality sector has faced some of the greatest challenges. United Hong Kong aims to rally and support all sectors of Hong Kong whilst creating a campaign to showcase Hong Kong’s perseverance and positive, can-do attitude.
Showcasing the very best of Hong Kong's luxury hospitality sector, below we're listing everything you need to know about our 13 iconic hotel venues.
1/13 Conrad Hong Kong
Featuring six restaurants and bars, the Conrad Hong Kong is a premier dining destination in the city, where guests can choose from Nothern Italian dishes at Nicholini's, traditional Cantonese at Golden Leaf, and continental cuisine in the Brasserie on the Eighth, along with both Western and Asia options at Garden Café.
Set in the heart of Hong Kong's business district, the hotel is ideal for both work and leisure, closely situated to a plethora of luxury shopping destinations. After a busy day, the heated outdoor pool and 24-hour health and wellness centre are ideal for relaxing, before retiring to the hotel's spacious rooms and suites, that feature both views of Victoria Harbour or The Peak.
Find out more at hilton.com
2/13 Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong
Boasting eight-Michelin stars and a zen-inspired spa, the Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong is a culinary and wellness destination at the edge of storied Victoria Harbour.
Found in the heart of the city, the hotel promises to be peaceful oasis located amidst some of Hong Kong’s best sites, shopping and dining destinations. Guest rooms feature stunning views of either the Victoria Harbour or The Peak––with the Presidential Suite spanning 3,430 square feet boasting 180 degree views, along with its own dedicated wellness room with spa facilities and state-of-the-art gym equipment.
Exclusively for hotel guests, the Four Seasons's famed infinity pool is also not to be missed.
Find out more at fourseasons.com
3/13 Grand Hyatt Hong Kong
Situated on Hong Kong Island facing the Victoria Harbour, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong redefines hotel luxury and offers facilities and amenities to meet guest's every need. The hotel features 542 diverse and unique guestrooms and suites––the majority of which offer commanding views of Victoria Harbour.
Guests can dine at one of the hotel's nine acclaimed restauarants, or choose to relax in the Plateau Spa, which offers privacy, seclusion and an escape from the vibrant city of Hong Kong as well as housing the Grand Hyatt's 50-metre outdoor heating swimming pool.
Find out more at hyatt.com
4/13 Island Shangri-La, Hong Kong
Situated just two-minutes walk from Pacific Place, the Island-Shangri-La is an elegant urban sanctuary in the centre of Hong Kong. Rising 56 floors above the city, the hotel provides a peaceful escape and panoramic views of the iconic Peak and Victoria Harbour.
Housing 565 expansive rooms and luxurious suites, the hotel is also home to eight award-winning restaurants and bars––including the Lobster Bar & Grill, Nadaman, and the one Michelin-starred Restaurant Petrus. The Hotel also has a Health Club and Spa, that promises to be both soothing and invigorating.
Find out more at shangri-la.com
5/13 Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong
The Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong is synonymous with luxury, renowned for its sleek design, quality service and blend of luxury, comfort and style.
Rooms offer both city and harbour views, with the floor-to-ceiling windows bringing the city to life. The Mandarin Oriental is also home to the Mandarin Spa, which offers a holistic spa menu focusing on tailor-made treatments inspired by Chinese medicine. Gents should not miss the renowned Mandarin Barbers, which offers traditional shaving and hair services together with restorative grooming treatments for men.
When it comes to dining, the hotel offers a range of options, from afternoon tea at Clipper Lounge, a drink at The Captain's Bar or traditional Cantonese cuisine at Man Wah and more.
Find out more at mandarinoriental.com
6/13 Rosewood Hong Kong
Opened in 2019, Rosewood Hong Kong can be found on Kowloon’s Victoria Dockside and is the global flagship of Rosewood Hotels & Resorts.
Spanning 43 floors, the hotel houses 322 guest rooms and 91 suites, ranging from 570 square feet rooms to 2,476 square feet three-bedroom suites, with over 80 per cent of the rooms offering panoramic views of the Hong Kong skyline.
Not only does the hotel feature eight dining and drinking concepts––including Southern-style smokehouse Henry, classic Hong Kong cafe-inspired Holt’s Café and sophisticated drinking den DarkSide––but the Asaya Urban Wellness concept is also not to be missed. Guests can indulge in extensive wellness programming and bespoke spa treatments before enjoying a dip in the 25-metre-long outdoor infinity pool.
Find out more at rosewoodhotels.com
7/13 The Hari Hong Kong
Officially opening to the public this December, The Hari Hong Kong is the city's newest luxury hotel.
Set in the heart of Wan Chai, the hotel will comprise of 210 guest rooms including three signature rooftop suites, with the spacious rooms complemented by marble bathrooms, each complete with its own rainfall shower. Throughout the hotel, acclaimed British Interior designer Tara Bernerd showcases a layered approach to design, with the material palettes in the hotel said to be inspired by chairman and CEO of Harilela Group Aron Harilela's layered approach to tailoring.
Fully aligned with United Hong Kong's key message and the city's can-do spirit, speaking of the opening, Harilela states “The decision to open The Hari Hong Kong after a year of protests and the pandemic represents a vote of confidence in Hong Kong’s future as a city.”
Once open, The Hari will also feature several social spaces, including a lobby lounge; Zoku, a Japanese restaurant and terrace bar; and Lucciola, an Italian restaurant.
Find out more at thehari.com
8/13 The Langham, Hong Kong
Embodying luxury with its European influence and traditions, The Langham, Hong Kong holds court in the prime district of Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon and is surrounded by the flagship stores of the world’s most famous luxury designer labels.
Inside the hotel is not only three Michelin- starred T’ang Court, but also the Bostonian Seafood & Grill steakhouse, Main St. Deli, afternoon tea favourite Palm Court, and Artesian, the World’s Best Bar from London’s flagship.
Along with 498 stylishly appointed rooms and suites, the hotel also boasts the 604 square metre wellness sanctuary, featuring treatment rooms with saunas and showers, a palatial outdoor swimming pool and a split-level fitness on demand health club.
Find out more at langhamhotels.com
9/13 The Murray, Hong Kong, A Niccolo Hotel
Opened in 2018, The Murray features 336 rooms and suites spread across 25 stories in the former colonial-era Murray Building in Central. All rooms boast floor to ceiling windows, giving guests a direct view of the busy Central district. The bathrooms are decked out in black and white marble, with the generously-sized bathtub the perfect place to relax.
The luxe hotel features five elegant dining destinations, including the glamorous rooftop restaurant and bar Popinjays, the Garden Lounge and The Tai Pan at Garden Level, and the Murray Lane and Guo Fu Lou in its stand-alone pavilion
Find out more at niccolohotels.com
10/13 The Peninsula Hong Kong
Named the Grande Dame of the Far East, The Peninsula Hong Kong always guarantees a truly memorable experience.
Tthe hotel’s rooms and suites are designed with bespoke luxury in mind, finished with distinctive design touches and detailed craftmanship to offer a timeless aesthetic. Ranging from the 484 square feet Deluxe Room to the stunning 4,111 square feet Peninsula Suite, there is something to suit all needs.
The hotel is also home to eight famed dining destinations, from the sky-high Felix, to Michelin-starred French favourite Gaddi’s, to quintessential afternoon tea in The Lobby and more.
Find out more at peninsula.com
11/13 The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong
Perched high above the city on the 118th floor of the International Commerce Centre, The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong transports its guests far away from daily life.
As the world's highest hotel, The Ritz-Carlton promises the best when it comes to dining, spa experiences and accommodation, offering a rejuvenating stay away from the busy city streets. The hotel's restaurants range from all-day dining, authentic Cantonese to Michelin-starred Italian and the sky-high Ozone bar.
Found indoors, the hotel's infinity pool is perfect for both rain and shine, offering spectacular vistas of the city below. Also found on the 116th floor is the hotel's spa, which is complete with 11 lavish treatment rooms.
Find out more at ritzcarlton.com
12/13 The St. Regis Hong Kong
Designed by the acclaimed André Fu, The St. Regis Hong Kong blends architecture, creativity and cultural diversity.
The five-star hotel houses 129 rooms and suites, along with The Athletic Club and Spa, which features fitness facilities and spa treatments, along with The Verandah Pool and Bar.
The hotel also features a 24-hour e-butler service and two restaurants to choose from––Chinese restaurant Rún and French restaurant L’Envol––both of which have been awarded one Michelin-star. Guests can also unwind at the The St.Regis Bar with a Canto Mary––one of the hotel’s signature cocktails––in hand, or enjoy a traditional afternoon tea in The Drawing Room.
Find out more at marriott.com
13/13 The Upper House
The Upper House was designed by architect André Fu and is well-regarded as one of the best luxury hotels in Hong Kong. The hotel is calming and contemporary, promising to be a haven within the city, with all of its spacious 117 studios and suites featuring natural materials, gorgeous bathrooms and unrivalled city views.
When it comes to dining, Café Gray Deluxe on Level 49 boasts equally impressive views of the Victoria Harbour, serving modern European dishes favouring organic seasonal ingredients for breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner and afternoon tea.
Find out more at thehousecollective.com
To support the United Hong Kong Benefit, individuals and corporations can donate to Light Be by contacting email@example.com, or by visiting givergy.hk/unitedhongkong
This event is sponsored by HSBC Private Banking, Chopard & FANCL, and in partnership with Occasions Asia Pacific and Phillips Auctioneers and Prenetics.