It does deserve mention that in the race towards the iPad hotel era, InterContinental reportedly came a respectable first. Now i-Pad-equipped concierges can whip guests through a selection of to-dos and must-dos, including their exclusive destination video selection. Also on offer in New York, Atlanta and London, the exotic offerings that can be found in the panoramic InterContinental Hong Kong hotel were hard for The Luxury Travel Bible to bypass - the delicious cacophony of the local markets being chief amongst them. There is also much luxury to keep you onsite with the recently renovated pool terrace accompanied by infinity pool spas and cabanas whose views leap your heart across Victoria Harbour. Not to mention a holy trinity of chef-styled restaurants - Spoon by Alain Ducasse, Nobu and the Michelin-starred Yan Toh Heen. It may be four years old now, but we still think dining on Sashimi Salad with Matsuhisa dressing beneath the undulating urchin ceiling and beside the harbour panorama inside Nobu is Hot.
Is it any coincidence that this first-to-iPad hotel has a spa called I-Spa?