Now’s the time to be a tourist in your own city
THE ONE FOR ART ADDICTS
If your child’s refrigerator art is no longer satiating your savant needs take a trip to the Rosewood Hong Kong. Here you’ll find works by Henry Moore, Joe Bradley and Bharti Kher scattered among its 66 floors. Without even leaving the ground floor you’ll spy a piece by Moore at the top of the driveway, works by Damien Hirst in the Butterfly Restaurant and a 4.7-metre long bronze sculpture of an elephant by Bharti Kher in the lobby. It’s like a museum trip and hotel stay all rolled into one.
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THE ONE FOR FOODIES
If you have been dreaming of the perfect dish during lockdown, do your taste buds a favour and visit the Four Seasons Hong Kong. The hotel has not one, but three Michelin-starred restaurants under the roof. There’s Caprice, Lung King Heen and Sushi Saito. Caprice is a French restaurant that has been awarded three stars for its dishes such as slow cooked farm egg with artichoke and foie gras with mandarin and cocoa. Lung King Heen was the first Chinese restaurant to be given three stars, but if you try its seafood and dim sum you’ll find out why. And the two-star Sushi Saito is also eager to please as the chef orders the ingredients for his dishes direct from Tokyo’s Toyosu Market.
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