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The Excelsior, Hong Kong

Excelsior hotel reception Deluxe harbour view accommodation Tott's roof terrace Excelsior fitness centre
A five-star Mandarin Oriental Hotel, you’ll be perfectly placed here at the heart of business, shopping and Hong Kong nightlife. With its magnificent views of Victoria Harbour, and high-style living, this is one of the most famous hotels in the world. 863 rooms and 21 suites, over 34 floors, offer the height of luxury, with half a dozen exceptional dining options, including a rooftop terrace. A fitness and wellness centre take care of the body, whilst meetings and business are equally effortless with facilities, technology and professional staff.

There are 863 rooms and 21 suites to choose from at the Excelsior, Hong Kong. You have the choice of three kinds of view, full or partial (side-on) of Victoria Harbour, or you’ll be looking over the city and Victoria Park.

Superior Room

A Superior Room has space for two, with a choice of beds, as well as a small sofa and a working area. Just some of the in-room features include a flat screen TV, wired/wireless fast, high quality internet access, iPod-compatible entertainment system, plus the comfort of plush terry robes. And full air conditioning, of course.

  • Interactive entertainment system
  • iPod docking station
  • High-quality audio system
  • High-speed internet access
  • Complimentary water

Superior Side Harbour View Room

Between the 14th and 33rd floors are the Superior Side Harbour View Rooms. As the name suggests, you get a partial view of Victoria Harbour. Again, there’s room for two with a choice of beds.

  • Interactive entertainment system
  • iPod docking station
  • High-quality audio system
  • High-speed internet access
  • Complimentary water

Deluxe Harbour View Room

For full-on views of the harbour, choose a Deluxe Harbour View Room, between the 5th and 18th floors, once again accommodating two with a choice of bed types.

  • Interactive entertainment system
  • iPod docking station
  • High-quality audio system
  • High-speed internet access
  • Complimentary water

Grandluxe Harbour View Room

Higher up, a Grandluxe Harbour View Room has wonderful views over Victoria Harbour towards Kowloon and sleeps two people.

  • Interactive entertainment system
  • iPod docking station
  • High-quality audio system
  • High-speed internet access
  • Complimentary water

Executive Superior Room

The first of the rooms that allows you access to the special privileges and unique benefits of the Executive Lounge on the 31st floor is an Executive Superior Room. It has views of the city or Victoria Park.

  • Interactive entertainment system
  • iPod docking station
  • High-quality audio system
  • High-speed internet access
  • Complimentary water
  • Access to Executive Lounge
  • Express check-in and check-out service
  • Complimentary executive breakfast, afternoon tea, snacks and cocktails
  • Discounts on dining, spa treatments and conference room rental

Executive Side Harbour View Room

Enjoy a wealth of high-tech features wrapped up in a generously spaced room boasting unrivalled views over Hong Kong's famous harbour.

  • Interactive entertainment system
  • iPod docking station
  • High-quality audio system
  • High-speed internet access
  • Complimentary water
  • Access to Executive Lounge
  • Express check-in and check-out service
  • Complimentary executive breakfast, afternoon tea, snacks and cocktails
  • Discounts on dining, spa treatments and conference room rental

Executive Deluxe Harbour View Room

For the full view of Victoria Harbour, choose an Executive Deluxe Harbour Room. A large, comfortable space with a choice of beds, adequate working area complete with desk, and a separate bath to relax in.

  • Interactive entertainment system
  • iPod docking station
  • High-quality audio system
  • High-speed internet access
  • Complimentary water
  • Access to Executive Lounge
  • Express check-in and check-out service
  • Complimentary executive breakfast, afternoon tea, snacks and cocktails
  • Discounts on dining, spa treatments and conference room rental

Executive Suite

With room for three people, an Executive Suite has a partial harbour view, as well as a comfortable sitting room with sofa, chairs, and a coffee table. The big bathroom has both a bathtub and shower. Twice-daily housekeeping and a Nespresso coffee machine complete the picture.

  • Interactive entertainment system
  • iPod docking station
  • High-quality audio system
  • High-speed internet access
  • Complimentary water
  • Nespresso coffee machine

Deluxe Suite

A Deluxe Suite accommodates three people, has one bedroom, a living room with two sofas, and a work desk, in addition to a sumptuous bathroom.

  • Interactive entertainment system
  • iPod docking station
  • High-quality audio system
  • High-speed internet access
  • Complimentary water
  • Nespresso coffee machine

Excelsior Suite

The Excelsior Suite is the ultimate ‘harbour view’ accommodation. One of the beds is a four-poster, and the spacious marble bathroom has its own jacuzzi and walk-in shower. The living room has a large dining table with room for gatherings of up to twenty. The entertainment kit is very high-tech and, of course, like all executive level rooms and suites, there is access to the Executive Lounge.

  • Interactive entertainment system
  • iPod docking station
  • High-quality audio system
  • High-speed internet access
  • Complimentary water
  • Nespresso coffee machine
  • Access to Executive Lounge
  • Express check-in and check-out service
  • Complimentary executive breakfast, afternoon tea, snacks and cocktails
  • Discounts on dining, spa treatments and conference room rental

Food lovers will be spoilt for choice in Hong Kong, but you needn’t leave the hotel to eat very well indeed. Half a dozen, very varied, options await. 

Yee Tung Heen

Lunch or dinner at Yee Tung Heen means the finest of authentic Cantonese cuisine. Famous for its award-winning Dim Sum, the food is full of seasonal specialities, served with modern flair. 

Tott’s And Roof Terrace

The slick and sophisticated Tott’s and its roof terrace offer either indoor dining or a stunning al fresco option overlooking the Harbour. The food offers both European and Asian flavours, whilst the Sunday Brunch with live jazz is always popular.

Cammino

For something thoroughly Italian, set in a contemporary Tuscan interior, the hotel’s ‘trattoria’ Cammino serves light and healthy à la carte options.

Café on the 1st

The Café on the 1st is where to head for all-day dining with breathtaking views of the harbour. Serving international and Asian dishes, the menu has a real treat for those with a sweet tooth. Choose from twenty types of dessert every day!

Dickens Bar

Those craving some excellent British gastro pub grub should be delighted by Dickens. Friendly, relaxed and down-to-earth, it’s inspired by the best of British pubs. Highlights include a famous curry lunch buffet, quiz nights and live sport on the TV.

Expresso

Finally, in the busy lobby, there’s premium Italian coffee (15 varieties) and fresh light bites in Expresso.

You can’t help but stop and stare at the views over the many sights of Victoria Harbour, and the good news is that many of the 863 rooms and 21 suites offer just that. The rooftop terrace is another great vantage point, with food and drinks to match the vista. There are five other places to eat and drink, from the finest authentic Cantonese, through Italian, to a gastro pub that wouldn’t look out of place in the King’s Road.

With all that delicious food on offer, the fitness and wellness centre comes into its own. Fully-equipped with the latest exercise hardware, there are plenty of qualified professionals to offer one-to-one training sessions, or group sessions. A host of spa therapists will make relaxation and recovery a breeze, with massages, wraps, facial, and so on. There are steam and sauna rooms too.

The Executive Lounge on the 31st floor is a real draw for business travellers, with a host of exclusive privileges and benefits. You’ll enjoy your own express check-in and out service, a complimentary breakfast, as well as afternoon tea, cocktails and snacks daily. Complimentary in-room internet access, and other extras like suit pressing, and discounts on dining, the spa, and conference room rental, will make your stay special.

Seven meeting or event spaces, as well as a fully-equipped business bentre with four small meeting rooms, are fully serviced by a staff well-versed in the demands of modern, international business. Individual work stations, high-speed WiFi and a dedicated operating base for larger gatherings are all part of the service. The hotel can cater for groups from just 16, all the way up to grand gatherings numbering some 450. First-class food is all part of the package of course, with lavish banquets or the drama of live cooking stations.

  • Spa
  • Fitness centre
  • Business centre
  • 24hr reception


Destination info


Hong Kong calls itself ‘Asia’s World City’ and there’s a lot of truth in that. It certainly is a vibrant, pulsating and cosmopolitan place, full of enterprise and activity, attraction and entertainment.

For authentic Chinese antiquities, try the Chine Gallery along the Hollywood Road. Look out for a custom-made cheongsam dress or handmade suits and shirts.

The Star Ferry between Hong Kong Island and the Kowloon Peninsula is a very romantic way to travel, and the upper deck views are definitely worth the small extra charge.

The best way to ascend from the central business district to Victoria Peak is to take the 120-year-old Peak tram, one of the world’s steepest funicular railways. The best views are on the right hand side, by the way.

Another must-see is the horse racing under floodlights at the famed Happy Valley course, Hong Kong’s most popular pastime.

There’s art to be seen too: the Ooi Botos Gallery, Zee Stone Gallery, and Plum Blossoms, are the places to go.

Take ‘English’ tea at 3’o clock, or enjoy the 2000-year-old Chinese tea tradition. In a Chinese cup, there are never more than three sips at any one time.

Watch the pink flamingos in the Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens, and admire the locals practice the graceful moves of Tai Chi.

Serious hikers head off to do the two-hour trek along the Dragon’s Back, to the seaside village of Shek O at the eastern tip of the Island.

Drink and dine at night on one of the last Chinese junks to be built the traditional way, the Aqua Luna. A great place to watch the Symphony of Light, the free daily 8pm sound and light display that brings the skyline to life.

Families love attractions like Madam Tussuad’s, as well as the fun and frolics of Hong Kong Disneyland.


In the know


Excelsior Hotel offers a number of ways to make your stay extra special – if you know about them! Here are our insider’s secrets for the hotel:

Harbour views are certainly worth the extra price.

The higher the room, the better the view.

Rooms at the end of the corridors are quieter. Also, those away from the lifts.

The hotel is on the Airport Express free shuttle H2 route.

If you require a non-smoking room, request one in good time.

Loyal guests might well get a better room as a reward.

Rooms ending in 10 are on the corner of the corridors with a different shape.