There can be little argument that the re-opening of the Regent Hong Kong, scheduled for late April 2023, is causing a buzz around town. The return of this grand hotel marks a new chapter in the life of Victoria Harbour, building on a storied legacy of unforgettable experiences and extraordinary views.
First constructed in 1980 then rebranded as the Intercontinental Hong Kong in 2001, the Regent Hong Kong has returned to its original name and had every ounce of its former glory restored, after nearly three years of renovations. The renovated property features covetable Victoria Harbour views, premium facilities, 497 luxurious guest rooms and suites and world class dining destinations. Choices include meat-eaters’ haven The Steak House, the casual Harbourside restaurant featuring Asian and Western cuisine, and the Lobby Lounge where guests can enjoy an elegant afternoon tea as well as the hotel’s famous day-to-evening champagne ritual featuring rare selections from small, lesser-known estates.
Saving what is possibly the best until last, there’s Lai Ching Heen. This two-star Michelin restaurant has been returned to its original name from Yan Toh Heen and is set to rapidly retake its place among the world’s very finest Cantonese venues, where the refined ambience and stunning looks are as delectable as the dishes it serves.
Destination Asia has been a long-time working partner with the hotel since well before its reincarnation, and we know it has been an especially popular MICE choice. Whenever MICE events were held in the hotel, guests were wowed by its cascading Feng Shui fountain and the iconic white marble staircase leading to the Regent Ballroom. Like everyone else who’s in the know around town, our MICE team members are all excited about the news and looking forward to working closely with the hotel again on upcoming events.
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