Home to more than 200 Michelin-rated restaurants, high fashion mega malls and one of the world’s most spectacular skylines, incentive delegates will revel in Hong Kong’s luxurious offerings.
Sevva: This ultra chic rooftop bar, connected to the SEVVA restaurant, is surrounded by skyscrapers and offers a stunning view across Kowloon and Victoria Harbour as well as some of the best cocktails in town.
Armani/ Privé: One of Hong Kong’s luxe nightlife hotspots in the heart of Central, Armani/Privé offers two levels of pleasure: a spectacular terrace where guests are treated to an amazing view of Hong Kong’s dramatic cityscape, and a plush lounge with luscious Armani-inspired interiors and the latest tunes from the Aqua music team of resident DJs.
Designer shopping:For the fashion-conscious delegate, Hong Kong provides the ideal shopping haven with glamorous malls dotted throughout the city housing hundreds of stores and – best of all – no import tax. Private shopping tours are available for corporate groups. Popular shopping precincts include: Tsim Sha Tsui, Mongkok and Yau Ma Tei in Kowloon and Admiralty, Central, and Causeway Bay on Hong Kong Island as well as Citygate on Lantau Island for outlet shopping with leading brands.
The Ritz-Carlton hotel: A luxury, five-star property offering stupendous views, plush interiors and fine dining at its 118th floor restaurant, Ozone. The hotel’s 312 guest rooms and suites all offer spectacular city and Victoria Harbour views. Six award-winning dining venues starting on the 102nd floor feature private dining rooms for intimate meetings while the awe-inspiring Diamond and Jade Ballrooms offer lavish spaces for larger gala dinner events.
The Peninsula hotel: Located in Kowloon, this ultra-luxurious property offers refurbished rooms, metropolitan glamour and six dining establishments. Established in 1928, the Peninsula is the Grande Dame of the Far East and much venerated for her place in Hong Kong history. Her colonial façade (to which a tower, complete with helipad, was miraculously added in 1994) and Rolls-Royces, in signature Peninsula-green, lined up outside is often admired by visitors and tourists. Beyond its doors, the hotel offers 300 exquisite rooms and suites and 11 elegant meeting rooms.
The hotel has been the pinnacle of culinary excellence for more than 85 years, forging its legendary reputation as the ultimate gastronomic destination. Reimagined rituals such as Afternoon Tea in The Lobby evoke the colonial romance of yesteryear, alongside glamorous contemporary twists in the form of The Verandah and Felix, a modern European fine diner on the 28th floor.
Culinary tasting tours: These three and a half hour intimate walking tours explore the local neighbourhoods of Central and Sheung Wan as well as Sham Shui Po, where gourmands will sample an assortment of local delicacies from family run establishments. Along the way expert guides will give food-loving delegates an insight into the history, life and culture of the local area.
This article is sponsored by Hong Kong Tourism Board.