The first thing you'll notice upon entering the convex lobby of this 503-room structure is the view: Having built over the edge of the Kowloon waterfront, an uninterrupted vista of the Victoria Harbor from the floor-to-ceiling glass windows promises to wow. On a sunny day, watching the ships sail through the shimmering waters is an ideal pastime. Due to the unique feng shui-approved design of the building, the impeccable harbor landscape can be enjoyed from a majority of guest rooms, in addition to the roof top infinity pool. The hotel does not hold back when it comes to dining offerings: Four of its restaurants are proud recipients of Michelin stars. Stop by Spoon by Alain Ducasse for sumptuous French fare, and hit up Nobu for a contemporary update of Japanese cuisine. Cantonese fine dining at Yan Toh Heen is made even more special on its hand-carved jade place settings, while The Steak House Winebar + Grill is the only place you'll find a charcoal grill in all of Hong Kong.