Either you are at the Club InterContinental Lounge watching over the skyscrapers, or spotting the landmarks, the entire Hong Kong will literally be at your feet. The InterContinental Hotels Group is eminent for its unimpeachable services, lavish accommodations and exotic restaurants.
Well, while walking through the mammoth living room equipped with grand magnificent piano, double-height, lavishly designed carpets, floor-to-ceiling windows, all you can utter is, Wow!! And through the panes of bay windows, you can also descry the room’s private, zero-edge pool taking turn around 180-degree never-ending milieu of eminent city skyline of Hong Kong.
The InterContinental Hotels Group is an urban resort with a huge alfresco swimming pool and a spectacular troika of Infinity spa pools overseeing the harbour. This pool has proven to be the fantastic image for the whole world. Keeping aside the space-starving standards of Hong Kong, this pool has proven to be the largest for international private lodge standards. Alongside this stunning pool is snuggled, secluded sunbathe area where you can have Sauna, Jacuzzi, massage and steam shower facilities. On the right side of pool is very beautiful spot decorated with trellises which has been used for parties many-a-times by various celebrities.
However, if you can’t afford to stay at the Presidential suite during your trip, the rest of hotel is also good and not too tattered. Most of the rooms in other suites also have beautiful and exotic views, and altogether embrace first-class customer service at InterContinental.
This is exquisite Presidential suite which is most remarkable in whole Asia and one of the largest suites in Hong Kong, at 7,000 square feet. It has 2,500 square feet terrace with zero-edge swimming pool, from where one can gaze Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong Island.
Bathrooms of the InterContinental suite are something else, too. They are classy, expansive and supplied with lustrous high quality amenities. There are marble-tiled walls, dark wooden doors, numerous water closets, deep-sopping tubs, glass showers and much more. The bathtub, having numerous nozzles, is bigger enough to fit an entire Hong Kong Rugby Sevens team. The bathrooms are alighted accurately by means of floor-to-ceiling transparent windows that offer all-encompassing sights of city while you take bath. Likewise, the high technology glass showers with rainforest nozzles offer similar splendid views. Along with this, there is a secluded steam room for Turkish hot bath. Oh, and branded-Chanel toiletries.
The pool deck of hotel is spread over a huge expanse. The large central pool is surrounded by sufficient deckchairs, while there is also a three-temperature, zero edge Jacuzzi pool, having a greater deck with more glamorous city views. Night scene in Jacuzzi pool is worth-watching around 8:00pm when there is a laser show. It is one of the best Hong Kong views, although a bit less than the pool view through the Presidential Suite.
The lobby lounge of InterContinental is eminent for panoramic outlooks of Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong Island. There is a lot more to enjoy on the lobby lounge; drinks, cocktail snacks, high tea, evening cocktails and wineries. This lounge along with Hong Kong horizons as a vivid milieu is purely a magical experience.
If after all that enjoyment, you have worked up a desire for food, you will be delighted to know the amazing dining facilities at InterContinental Hong Kong. Celebrity restaurants are there waiting for you- NOBU InterContinental Hong Kong, the 1-Michelin star SPOON by Alain Ducasse, the 2-Michelin star Yan Toh Heen, The Steak House Wine Bar & Grill, and the Harbour side buffets.
All we can say is, the elegant and unique InterContinental Hong Kong is all-inclusive – and then some.