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Hong Kong hotels

Intense competition has done nothing to keep rates down among Hong Kong's classic accommodations and hipper recent additions, but it has caused service levels to just keep going up and up. Pillow-top comforts abound even at more economical options like the Fleming and get more outrageous as the rates get higher. At the Landmark Mandarin Oriental, a concierge will arrange for the island's top shops to deliver a range of clothing for private fittings right in your room. Over-the-top indulgence is the standard among spas as well: Massage therapists at Grand Hyatt Hong Kong are reputed to be the best in Asia, while the saunas at the Peninsula overlook the Hong Kong skyline. Because the city's fine-dining scene historically revolved around luxury hotels, on-site restaurants are top-notch, from the impossibly chic Caprice at the Four Seasons to the Island Shangri-La's Café Too, where 30 chefs labor in seven different "cooking theatres" on a range of international cuisine.

If you're looking for a bargain, consider booking a hotel in one of the neighborhoods surrounding the Central District. Hong Kong's relatively compact layout and the prevalence of public transport and reasonably priced taxis make location less of an issue than in other Asian cities like Bangkok. Areas like Wanchai, Causeway Bay, and Western are home to boutique offerings like The Fleming and Hotel Jen, which give you plenty of cache for less cash. One tip: Hong Kong concierges are a friendly bunch. Even if you're not a hotel guest, they'll be happy to recommend dumpling dives or hot nightclubs in exchange for a small tip.

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The Conrad Hong Kong, Hong Kong

This high-rise above "the shopping mecca of Pacific Place" is "the perfect respite" after a day of sightseeing, with views of Victoria Peak and the harbor....more

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The Excelsior, Hong Kong

Perhaps the only moderately priced Mandarin Oriental property in existence, this 30-year-old tower is big with business travelers and tour groups. But the...more

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The Fleming, Hong Kong

Office towers and the futuristic Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre make the Wan Chai District a buzzing hub for business, but the neighborhood has...more

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Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Set in the towering International Finance Center among Central's high-rise office buildings, the Four Seasons is packed with business amenities. The...more

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Four Seasons Hotel Macau, Macau

This refined sanctuary trumps the city's gilded competition: Indo-Portuguese furniture and original Chinese paintings plus two grand staircases in the lobby...more

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Hotel LKF, Central District, Hong Kong

Denizens of Hong Kong's perennially grooving Lan Kwai Fong neighborhood can slide off the bar stool and into these beds without missing a beat. While the lobby...more

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Hullett House, Hong Kong

Neoclassical Hullett House hotel is the centerpiece of a 19th-century hilltop mansion that's been dressed up for 21st-century luxury seekers. The former Marine...more

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InterContinental Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Born as the Regent Hotel, the InterContinental was rechristened in 2001 and injected with $40 million in refurbishments. Since then, Kate Moss and John Travolta...more

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Island Shangri-La, Hong Kong

Hong Kong's tallest hotel (56 floors) dwarfs the extravagant shopping centers and office towers of Central. The harbor views are, naturally, impressive...more

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Jia Boutique Hotel, Hong Kong

Jia is the Mandarin word for "home," and though that may seem far-fetched unless Philippe Starck designed your pad, there are some nice domestic touches here....more

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