Need to know
413, including 91 suites.
Noon, check-in 3pm, but both are flexible, subject to availability.
Double rooms from $550.68 (HK$4,300), excluding tax at 10 per cent.
Rates don’t include breakfast, but you can pick from extensive à la carte menus of local and international cuisine at Holt’s Café and the Butterfly Room.
The Rosewood group is owned by the gazillionaire Cheng family – at the Legacy House, each of the private dining rooms is named after a different chapter of the late Cheng Yu Tung’s stellar career.
At the hotel
Free WiFi. In rooms: HDTV, Nespresso coffee machine, tea-making facilities, minibar, Malin+Goetz bath products.
Our favourite rooms
There are no bad views in this place, but go for a Harbour View room for added wow factor.
The 25-metre infinity pool is outdoors on the sixth floor of the hotel, with views over Victoria Harbour. There’s a snack bar and drinks menu, with poolside service.
The Asaya spa offers a full suite of wellness treatments, including holistic alternative therapies, dovetailed with fitness and healthy eating programmes.
Bring binoculars, for spying on ships in the harbour.
All common areas are accessible by wheelchair, and there are 10 guest rooms adapted for wheelchair users.
Cats and dogs can come along for free, as long as they weigh less than 15kg and don’t mind missing out on the humans-only restaurants and bars. See more pet-friendly hotels in Hong Kong.
All ages are welcome and babysitting is available on request.
The Kowloon Peak View, Harbour View and Club Grand Harbour View rooms can sleep up to three people; request interconnecting rooms if your clan is any larger.
It’s inside the serene spa, so go easy on the splashing and squealing.
Highchairs are available at The Legacy House, Holt’s Café and The Butterfly Room.