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The Harbour Grand Hong Kong 7 night stay from £1236 per person The Harbour Grand Hong Kong is a new addition to the Island and is an icon of the finest luxury hospitality. Ideally located at the heart of Hong Kong Island, each room enjoys unobstructed views of the world renowned Victoria Harbour. Nestled amongst the fashionable shopping areas of Causeway Bay, Wanchai and Central, the hotel is just 2 minutes walk from Hong Kong's extensive Mass Transit Railway (MTR) system. Prices based on 2 persons sharing a Superior Harbour view room on room only basis for 7 nights with return flights from Glasgow. Prices are subject to change due to availability.
From £1236
Hong Kong Why Hong Kong o Vibrant fast paced fusion of east and west o Superb restaurants and designer boutiques o Chinese culture and glittering skyscrapers o Wonderful cultural and adventurous locations o Taoist temples and european colonial history side by side o Flights from: Glasgow with Emirates via Dubai Edinburgh via Manchester and Abu Dhabi with Etihad
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Mandarin Oriental Hotel Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong 1 night stay from £436 per person Overlooking the glittering Victoria Harbour, The Mandarin Oriental Hotel has been the centre of Hong Kong's social and business scene since 1963. It's glamorous past is echoed in a lavish redesign which saw the rooms and suites transformed into the vanguard of contemporary luxury. The hotel's reputation continues to endure along with it's legendary service. A Romantic Treat In-room breakfast or breakfast in the Clipper Lounge or Café Causette for two persons A welcome bottle of Champagne Welcome chocolates Credit to use in the hotel’s award- winning restaurants, The Mandarin Spa or The Mandarin Barber Upgrade to the next room category (subject to availability) Late check-out at 2pm Local taxes apply Rates are subject to 10% service charge. Offer is subject to availability, is not applicable for groups and cannot be combined with any other offers. Rates are subject to change and may vary on certain days of the week.
From £436
Travel Guide Weather Spring (March to May) Temperature and humidity are rising. Evenings can be cool. Average Temperature: 17oC – 26 oC Summer   (June to August) Hot, humid and sunny, with occasional showers and thunderstorms. The temperature can exceed 31°C but high humidity levels can make it feel even hotter. Average Temperature: 26oC – 31 oC Autumn   (September to November) There are pleasant breezes, plenty of sunshine and comfortable temperatures. Many people regard these as the best months of the year to visit Hong Kong. Average Temperature: 19oC – 28 oC Winter   (December to February) Cool, dry and cloudy, with occasional cold fronts. The temperature can drop below 10°C in urban areas. Average Temperature: 12oC – 20 oC Currency Currency – Hong Kong Dollar About Once a British Colony, Hong Kong is now a fusion of East and West, a vibrant, fast-paced, dazzling, bustling and incredibly exciting city. Hong Kong can generally be divided into two areas. Hong Kong Island, long associated with superb restaurants and designer boutiques and Kowloon with its bustling street markets, and representing a paradise of shops, bars, restaurants and hotels. Hong Kong embraces both the old and the new with its traditional Chinese culture and its glittering skyscrapers, symbolic of its success in the modern world. It is a brash, buccaneering city that delights the visitor and yet provides surprises with its countless contradictions Taoist temples and Edwardian edifices nestle between skyscrapers, people trade on international markets and light incense to bodhisattvas, vestiges of Chinese clan heritage and European colonial history sit side by side — discover the people and places that shaped Hong Kong.