I think that everyone should make their way to this hotel for the fantastic views. We decided to stop here before dinner and order a few drinks. We ordered some Champagne to start the evening celebrations
We enjoyed our Champagne in the wonderful dining area with views of the fantastic night show. The open area and the wonderful ambiance is enough to make you want to spend the whole evening drinking here and skipping dinner.
They also offer a large variety of appetizers with your drink if you are so inclined to nosh and skip dinner.
After dinner we decided to enjoy just a few more glasses of Champagne to finish off the celebration.
Here at the Lobby Lounge we enjoyed the music softly playing and the whole ambiance. There were a few tables hosting celebrations, dinner parties and groups just enjoying the great service and wonderful atmosphere of the lounge, not to mention the views!
Dress Code: I would say dressing, smart, casual!
Art Jamming Party every Sat. from 9pm to 2am. HKD500 per person, including a 85x120cm canvas, unlimited arcylic paints, and free flow of fruit juice. You can also bring your own alcohol to stimulate your thoughts. An alternative hang out on Sat night, pretty fun!
Everyone says you need to go to the Intercontinental Lobby Lounge. Even that 1000 places to see before you die book says it. So that right there made me think one thing. OVER RATED. But rest assured. It is NOT. It was incredible. The way the windows are they somehow magnify and sharpen the view. Stunning.
The drinks are expensive. We had one glass each of champagne and it was 50USD. But really. Take my word for it. This place is worth it. Just amazing.
Dress Code: I dont know that there is a dress code but we did have proper evening attire on and fit right in.
Enjoy cool beer in relaxed atmosphere after a stressful shopping day in Kowloon.
Nice and international customers join the drinks and little international snacks with you.
Try the white russian, it is very nice.
Dress Code: Be yourself
In terms of atmosphere this is not the most welcoming bar I have ever stepped into but the decor is funky... and then there is the view. Perched on the 118th floor of the International Commerce Centre, the Ozone Bar seems like it is suspended in space. The location is actually too high up in my opinion to really soak up the delights of the Hong Kong skyline but hey... its the tallest bar in the world so its worth ticking off your bucket list.
The Ozone bar is part of the Ritz Carlton Hotel. There are all the usual cocktails and some unusual ones and snacks and music. As I said, funky and probably the place to be seen but Hong Kong is filled with great bars so I've ticked off the Ozone bar and shall move onto the next one.
Dress Code: Apparently there is a dress code for men later in the evening. I was there around 8pm and people were dressed more for shopping, not a night out!
Avenue of Stars is the local version of the famous Walk of Fame.
It is also the meeting point of many tourists that wish to appreciate the breathtaking views of the Hong Kong Island and skyline in the evening...
Good spot to start the night given by a Swiss airline pilot...
Ready for a take-off? Go inside the elevator, press on the penthouse floor and at your arrival you will welcome by two charming marmaid. Make your choice between two fine restaurants : Aqua Roma or Aqua Tokyo.
Then why not to have a tastefull cocktail on the Aqua Spirit bar (not only aqua (water) is serve there;-) and enjoy the breathtaking view on Honk-Kong Island or Kowloon in your comfortable seat...
Question for night bar expert: I think this place is better than Felix bar at Peninsula Hotel. Tell me your impression/review.
Dress Code: Smart casual
Have a drink at the Felix Bar in The Peninsula hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui. It is located on the top most floor and offers great views of the Victoria harbour and of the skyline of Hong Kong island. There is also a restaurant and makes for a wonderful romantic meal.
Dress Code: Dress well. Hong Kong generally dresses down - even at operas you see T-shirts with jeans and a backpack. However, check before going in here. They sometimes are shut for private parties as well.
Apart from the crowded pubs in Central, Stanley is another nice place for a drink or two at night.
Situated in the southern part of Hong Kong Island, Stanley is free from the typical busy city life and is an excellent place for relaxation.
Some pubs on Stanley Market Street offer tables on their balconies, where you can enjoy you wonderful night with your friends, beer and sea breeze.
This rather exclusive small venue hidden away in the Soho area, caters for the the stylish locals and expats, with blends of funky house music all night long. A large variety of local DJs get to play here with no designated dance floor people just make their own.
As it is situated at the back of a small alley, it'll be wise if you seek some locals for exact directions.
Sophisticated high-ceiling lounge bar for Hong Kong’s Beautiful People, located conveniently on the hottest dining block in the city. Cosy and intimate despite the aerial space, expect a money and model rich clientele in the latest designer wear, all drawn to the latest designer drinks.
A clubby soundtrack of funk and soul spun is spun by eclectic resident DJs and if it gets too noisy, pop downstairs to a booth in the Japanese fusion restaurant Kokage.
If you are looking some of the old Suzie Wong style bars in TST then check out Ashley Road, (Red Lion Inn or Ned Kelly's Last Stand), Bottoms Up , 14 Hankow Rd or the Kangaroo Pub , 35 Haiphong Road, Tsim Sha Tsui.
Someplace Else in the basement of the Sheraton Hotel, (20 Nathan Road) isn’t a bad place either to hang out. They have a busy happy hour which offers a buy one get one free from 5 pm until 8 pm. They also have live music as well. The popular disco music starts at around 11 pm, and is very popular with locals, expats and tourists. They do serve food and it is of a.
Felix ‘s is at the The Peninsula Hotel , its very trend but has some great views also. Most of the hotels have some great night life.
There are plenty of small karaoke bars around, just walk around the back streets and you will find them.
other than the rest of the club, this is a rather clean and good place to go as people all go for music and art. it always get something new whenever you go there because of its various function and you feel so alive there!!
Dress Code: casual wear is okay, think twice before you take photo inside as people are not allowed to take picture with the for sale painting on the wall.
Mes amis was a good surprise on the way back to my hotel. The name is in french and means My Friends, I learn that two other banchs are located in Central and Tsim Sha Tsui. This place is a wine bar and grill but become a lively party zone with DJ along the night. The athmosphere was friendly and the crowd was eclectic mix with locals, expats and tourists: a good mix!
Happy hours from 4pm to 8pm.
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8 Pak Hok Ting Street, Shatin, Hong Kong, China
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