Archive : Hong Kong

Condé Nast Traveller

The Island Scene: Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong
December 2016
The Mandarin, as it was called on opening back in the early 1960s was once the tallest building in Hong Kong. While it’s long been overtaken on height, it still manages to look across Victoria Harbour, in spite of a frenzy of land reclamation.

Country Life

Dream Team
Winter 2015-2016
Unlike other general managers, often tucked away in their windowless offices, Christelle breezes around the hotel: fresh, French, all style and all smiles, as frontline as she is back office. And no wonder — she started more than ten years ago in the restaurant of this French Caribbean outpost and has since seamlessly made her way up to the top job. [...]

Tha Daily Telegraph

Hong Kong art: a new creative star rises in the east
April 19, 2014
In the heart of Hong Kong’s SoHo district, one of the city’s hottest pieces of real estate is not being turned into a bank or block of apartments. Instead, the former Police Married Quarters, renamed PMQ, is becoming a hub of design studios, ateliers and pop-ups. [...]

Tha Daily Telegraph

10 out of 10 for Hong Kong
June 23, 2007
A decade after the handover, the British legacy has been fused with modern China. It's almost 10 years since that rainy night in June when British and Chinese dignitaries crowded into Hong Kong's Convention Centre and the handover ceremony began. [...]


Giving Back
April 10, 2006
Hotels Make It Easier To Make A Difference. When Bill Frew checked into the Hôtel de la Paix in Cambodia in January, he planned to eat, drink and relax in five-star luxury, as well as see Angkor Wat. [...]