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Asia’s largest ver­dant gar­den wall (mea­sur­ing 18 me­tres) is the lobby’s master­piece. It’s also where lo­cal cul­ture fea­tures promi­nently, in the form of eclec­tic lit­er­a­ture and Asian arte­facts that line the li­brary-style shelves. If you’re hun­gry, there are three swanky pri­vate din­ing rooms (one of which is equipped with its own kitchen) that cater to guests who want to cel­e­brate spe­cial oc­ca­sions. Pri­vate chefs are on hand to pre­pare cus­tomised dishes – a ma­jor in­dul­gence, for sure. 17 Sci­ence Mu­seum Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East. Tel: +852 3400 1000. www.ho­tel-icon.com


This chic and rather small ho­tel tends to at­tract many sin­gle and fash­ion­able trav­ellers, among oth­ers, who put up in 180 non-smok­ing and rather mod­est-size rooms. Rang­ing from just 80- to 120-square-feet, the rooms are nev­er­the­less taste­fully ap­pointed and have an airy and cheer­ful am­bi­ence. Each room also has a full-length win­dow that lets in nat­u­ral light for guests to start their day on the right note. 38 Ice House Street, Cen­tral. Tel: +852 2103 0999; 8 Sun Wui Road, Cause­way Bay. Tel: +852 3979 1199. www.mini­ho­tel.hk

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