Conrad Hong Kong

Classic luxury in the heart of the city
In Chinese culture, the color gold symbolizes prosperity and happiness, and it seems that Conrad Hong Kong wanted to share the wealth when it added gold to the color scheme in its recently refurbished rooms. Warm wood furnishings and Asian artwork complete the finishing touches to the gold-inflected interior of the rooms, which run from floor 40 to 61 of a Pacific Place tower.

Though the hotel is in the middle of the city, it could pass for a country retreat, thanks to an outdoor pool, massage suites, a steam room, a solarium and a health club. The dining, another obsession of Chinese culture, at Conrad Hong Kong is superb as well.
Our Inspector's Highlights
  • Conrad Hong Kong is close to all of the nearby hot spots including the tram, bus, railway and ferry. You can even walk to Pacific Place's designer shops, restaurants, businesses and entertainment.
  • For a memorable meal at Conrad Hong Kong we’d suggest a reservation at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel's Golden Leaf where you’ll order the steamed crab-claw with minced ginger, the hot and sour piquant soup with seafood and the sautéed king prawns with Hawthorn herbs in chili sauce.
  • Their spacious guest rooms and suites offer high-speed wireless internet, a media center, mini bar, and marble bathrooms with a deep-soaking tub. Enjoy views of Victoria Harbour, mountains, the city skyline or Victoria Peak out  of every picture window.
Things to Know
  • Hong Kong’s shopping scene is at your fingertips with Pacific Place just below the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel's 61 floors of rooms.
  • Award winning Italian, Chinese and French restaurants, a café, lounge and bar are all waiting to meet your food and drink needs.
  • With a variety of cardio equipment as well as a sauna and steam room, the gym and locker rooms are the perfect place for a workout followed by a relaxation session.
  • A pool with a café, views of Hong Kong’s skyscrapers and two Jacuzzis is a fantastic place to unwind.
  • Our sources at the award-winning Nicholini’s, recommend the scallops three ways, the linguini with fresh clams and the Ossobuco veal. If you have room for dessert, go for the homemade tiramisu and cassata ice cream.
The Rooms
  • Whether it is the standard room or the suite on the executive floor, rooms at Conrad Hong Kong are spacious and homey. At 450 square feet, regular rooms at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel include a double-door closet, all-marble bathroom with a double sink, separate shower and bath (with a rubber ducky), as well as a separate room for the toilet.
  • We liked the wicker hamper under the bathroom counter — a simple solution to tidying up the inevitable pile of post-shower towels. The wall of windows either gives you a view of the nearby peak or harbor.
  • Conrad Hong Kong’s standard rooms run around HK$5,000 a night. If you want to enjoy the perks of staying on the executive floor at the hotel, which includes use of the executive lounge where you’ll find breakfast, snacks and evening cocktails, prepare to spend about HK$5,700. One and two bedroom suites range from HK$7,000 to HK$41,000
Nearby Attractions
  • Take a trip to the breathtaking beaches of Repulse Bay or experience the Chinese and Portuguese culture-fusion in Macau.
  • Visit Aberdeen, an area on the south shore of the island that’s famous for being the place where Hong Kong boat people lived in the 1960s and 1970s., and dine on the Jumbo Floating Restaurant, a popular tourist spot that’s famously featured in many films set in Hong Kong.
  • Explore the landscapes and wildlife of Lamma Island, the third largest island in Hong Kong.
24-hour room service
Babysitting services
Meeting rooms
Outdoor pool
Getting There
Pacific Place, Hong Kong
HKG (28-40 min)  
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