Harbour Grand Hong Kong | Hong Kong | If Only

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Celebrating the famous harbourside skyline, Harbour Grand Hong Kong is ideally located at the heart of Hong Kong Island and is nestled amongst the fashionable shopping areas and offices of Causeway Bay, Wanchai and Central. On arrival this towering waterfront hotel, with its modern chandeliers and sweeping staircase in the lobby, conveys the trading spirt of Hong Kong - lively, confident, hospitable and proud.


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At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel
  • 5 Star
  • 828 Rooms



The well equipped rooms, with a choice of king or twin beds, feature modern-classic Oriental design in warm earthy tones, complemented by unique views of Victoria Harbour. After a day's sightseeing, watch the skyline light up, refresh the senses in the luxurious bathroom and then snuggle under a cosy duvet.



Enjoy casual dining for breakfast, lunch or dinner by the poolside overlooking the Victoria Harbour at the Harbour Grand Café or indulge in modern European cuisine and seafood delights served in the romantic setting of the Oyster Bar. Experience the delights of fine Cantonese cuisine against the backdrop of Hong Kong's harbour view at Kwan Cheuk Heen, an exquisite restaurant setting that combines modern and traditional Chinese design. Or dine in the clouds by the floor-to-ceiling windows at Le 188° Restaurant & Lounge with its 188-degree harbour view from the top floor.



Relax and unwind at the state-of-the-art Fitness Centre, at the hotel's 27 metre long outdoor swimming pool, in the Jacuzzi and or by children's pool.



Be pampered with a therapeutic massage in the tranquillity of the Spa by the Harbourside and Spa & Massage Centre – and feel the worries of the day melting away.


Getting There

Arrival Airport

Hong Kong International Airport


Approximately 40 minutes from Hong Kong International Airport


This 24/7 destination is great to visit at any time of year, but summer temperatures can make things hot and humid (it also the wettest time of year). October to December is considered the best time to visit but avoid Chinese national holidays and large conventions as hotel prices can be high.



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