The InterContinental Hotel Hong Kong is directly located at the waterfront of Victoria Harbor. One of the main attractions the Avenue of Stars just starts right in front of this hotel. Being so close to the harbor promenade it is no wonder that the Lobby Lounge of the InterContinental has one of the best panoramic views of Victoria Harbor. As the name already indicates, the Lobby Lounge is not located on the highest floor of the hotel. Nonetheless, being located on the ground floor, the Lobby Lounge has an impressive wall of floor-to-ceiling windows which offers magnificent views of Victoria Harbor and the Hong Kong Island skyline.
The interior of the Lobby Lounge is held in a modern casual way. Walking along the soft carpet makes you feel like home and taking a seat in the comfortable beige/sandy colored chairs with wooden armrests will put you in a relaxed mood. The beer, wine, cocktail and liquor menus are sheer impressive. The beer selection offers beers from Belgium, Germany, Austria, U.K, China, Ireland, Denmark, France, Mexico, Japan, Holland, Thailand and the Philippines. There should be a beer for every beer connoisseur out there. Prices for a beer ranges from HK$ 85–150. The whisky and wine list is similar impressive. May be the Lobby Lounge doesn’t have 400 rare wines like the Sheraton SKY Lounge ready to serve, but their selection don’t need to hide and can only be described as impressive. Prices for a glass of wine range between HK$ 88 – 280 depending on the country of origin as well as the type (red, white or rose). The cocktail menu ranges from the classic cocktails such as Margaritas, Martinis, and Mojitos to Bellinis, Tequila Sunrise and Bloody Marry. The price for a cocktail ranges from HK$ 110-195. For the 10th anniversary of the InterContinental in Hong Kong the Lobby Lounge introduced nine Hong Kong-themed cocktails. Although, the Hong Kong Nine Dragon cocktails are a little bit pricier than the usual cocktail (HK$ 125-215), we highly recommend trying one of these signature cocktails (especially if you are a fan of Absolut Vodka cocktails try the Onyx or Bamboo Dragon Cocktail).
If you don’t want to hang out in the Lobby Lounge there are also some other alternatives in this hotel. As an option you could have a look at the Spoon. The two-star Michelin restaurant and bar is located at the lobby level and offers fantastic views as well. For more information about Michelin star restaurants please as well as the one star Michelin restaurant Yan Toh Heen please click the link. The Nobu Japanese restaurant might be another option which is located on the second floor.
Insider Tips: The Lobby Lounge is a great place to enjoy the daily laser show “The Symphony of Lights” at 8:00pm. Make sure to arrive ahead of time to get some seats close to the windows to enjoy the beautiful night views with a perfect blended cocktail or good glass of wine. We also would like to recommend taking an afternoon or high-tea in the Lobby Lounge. Similar to the iconic Peninsula high-tea this is a one-of-a-kind experience. The Intercontinental Afternoon Tea Set for Two starts at HK$ 428 and offers a wide selection of scones, pastries and sandwiches.
More Info and Details
Intercontinental Hotel, 18 Salisbury Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong
7:00am – 12:30am (daily)
+(852) 2721 1211
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