Live the Suite Life at InterContinental Hong Kong

Overlooking the harbor from the hotel's pool terrace.

Overlooking the harbor from the hotel’s pool terrace.

Boasting a stunning waterfront location on the edge of Victoria Harbour, InterContinental Hong Kong offers everything from spectacular panoramic views to award-winning restaurants. And with the recent launch of its exclusive and one-of-a-kind “Suite Life Experiences” program, the five-star hotel continues to outdo itself.

A mouthwatering picnic on board a harbor cruise.

A mouthwatering picnic on a leisurely cruise around Victoria Harbour.

For the quintessential sweet escape, book the hotel’s “Luxury Suite Get-Away”, a package that entails a two-night stay in a Deluxe Harbourview Suite, a four-hour private yacht cruise, and a butler-prepared picnic. Health and wellness enthusiasts will especially love this package, as it also includes a complimentary morning Tai Chi class, a rejuvenating spa treatment valued at HK$2000, and a breakfast menu designed to prevent four of the world’s most prevalent health concerns.

Guests of InterContinental Hong Kong now have the opportunity to learn from decorated chefs.

The hotel’s “Culinary Star Celebration” offer is sure to capture the attention of foodies and epicures. On top of a two-night stay in a Superior Junior Harbourview Suite, guests will be spoiled with a breakfast buffet, a fine dining voucher worth HK$2500, and a round-trip airport transfer in a limousine. But the highlight of this indulgent package is undoubtedly the on-site private cooking class, with options ranging from a French cooking lesson to a hands-on sushi workshop at NOBU and a dim sum class at the two Michelin-starred Yan Toh Heen.

For more information, visit InterContinental Hong Kong.

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