Its location at the tip of the Kowloon peninsula ensures panoramic, front-row harbor views from most of the contemporary rooms, designed with Asian accents that include deep, sunken tubs in the marbled bathrooms. The hotel's restaurant lineup fuels a gastronome's wildest dreams: French cuisine by Alain Ducasse at Spoon; modern Japanese at Nobu; the city's best chops at Steak House. Even the Lobby Lounge is a culinary wonderland, serving an incredible high tea and one of
the best (and most expensive) burgers in town. Service, as expected, is impeccable.