The hotel has 495 rooms, 2/3 with unobstructed views over Victoria Harbour and the remaining 1/3 larger in size, so you will need to decide where your priorities lie! There are 10 room categories and 92 of the rooms are suites, all of which have views over the bay. Unsurprisingly, the private rooms display an elegant and cosy kind of luxury, with a subdued and highly functional design that is particularly appreciated by business customers. All the furnishings and hi-tech amenities are provided for the most comfortable of stays: a wide plasma screen television with around 40 channels, a radio, a DVD player, films on request, a full minibar, a large desk with a flap (concealing various plug sockets), a Bose system, a telephone, WiFi access, a fax (in the suites, and available on demand in the other rooms), a safe and an Ipod dock. The beds have high headboards, the carpet is thick, there is a pillow menu to select the pillows of your choice and the bedding is divine. Attention has been paid to every detail to help make you more comfortable. Guests have 24-hour high speed internet access in all the rooms, and can call the butler or room-service at any time of day. The large bathrooms are finished in marble from Italy, and have a hair dryer, a magnifying mirror, a wide range of Elemis hospitality products, etc.
Aspects of the superb suites worth noting are the generous size of the lounge, the huge jacuzzi bathtub with a view directly over the bay, the bedding (black and gold in the Deluxe suites), an Asian influence seen in the carvings made in the wooden desk, access from the bedroom to the bathroom through a very well fitted dressing room (Executive suites). Nine of the suites have a patio, with two deckchairs on wooden decking looking out into a fabulous view. Three of the hotel's suites have a superb graded outdoor terrace and pool. The presidential suite, which is the largest in the city, is unique in that it is constructed over two levels, which is rare in Hong Kong.