Need to know
336, including 38 suites.
Noon, but flexible, subject to availability. Earliest check-in, 2pm.
Double rooms from $344.03 (HK$2,700), excluding tax at 10 per cent.
Rates don’t include breakfast. The buffet (HK$325 for adults, HK$160 for children) includes fresh bread and pastries, cereals, fruit, cold cuts and hot dishes (both Chinese and Western). A la carte items start at HK$80.
Set at a 45-degree angle, the Murray’s recessed windows have won design awards for their ability to let in plenty of light without raising the room temperature.
At the hotel
Gym; free WiFi throughout; laundry. In rooms: flatscreen TV; minibar; tea- and coffee-making kit; free bottled water; Grown Alchemist bath products.
Our favourite rooms
There are no disappointments here: the smallest rooms are 38sq m with marble bathrooms and views of the city or surrounding park. From there on, they get increasingly indulgent: N2 Grand Rooms and above have freestanding oval bath tubs, and all the suites have separate living areas with sleek designer furniture.
There’s a heated lap pool in the spa area, with a wall of greenery on one side and loungers on the other, plus a large hot tub (known as the vitality pool).
The spa has five treatment rooms (three singles and two for couples), some of which have a private hammam or sauna. Rejuvenate travel-weary muscles with a tailored massage, or try a beauty treatment with Grown Alchemist and Kerstin Florian products. For a more in-depth session, book in with the hotel’s professional nutritionist, who’ll conduct body tests, put together a customised diet plan and even liaise with the chefs to create bespoke menus for your stay. Personal trainers are on hand to help you work up a sweat in the gym, or join one of the yoga, tai-chi or dance classes in the studio.
In the hotel, smart, snappy dressing will keep you right. If you’re planning on hiking to Victoria Peak, bring a sturdy pair of trainers – the climb takes a good 90 minutes.
All the common areas are wheelchair accessible and there are eight specially-adapted rooms.
Pets under 10kg can stay for free. See more pet-friendly hotels in Hong Kong.
All ages are welcome, but there aren’t any rooms designed for families. Some of the restaurants have children’s menus and high chairs.