Hong Kong is teeming with world class luxury hotels from every one of the biggest brands out there, but accommodating a vegan lifestyle might just separate the truly luxurious experience from the everyday luxury.
Island Shangri-La has the plush carpets, artwork, and outdoor pool that patrons have come to expect from this caliber of hotel, but it also boasts a cornucopia of delicious dishes that stick to vegan ingredients; vegetable-filled bean curd rolls and indian curries included.
The InterContinental in Hong Kong is built right over Victoria Harbor for the best waterfront views, and has adapted the design to include legendary Feng Sui. The InterContinental has claim to the largest outdoor pool and presidential suite in Hong Kong, with rarely seen outdoor lounge space. The restaurant, Yan Toh Heen, has earned two Michelin stars and serves refined dim sum and teas as well as other fare.
With the title of the world’s highest hotel, the Ritz Carlton in Kowloon is the pinnacle of Chinese luxury. From the entrance, to the rooms, and even to the pool this place is built with luxury in mind. The Club Lounge has 6 daily meals, and any of them can be customized to fit a vegan diet, or any other for that matter. The Ritz Carlton also has a restaurant with two Michelin stars, but incorporates showmanship into every meal as well.
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