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In the United States Texans are known as pioneers and risk takers – having the confidence to open up a restaurant in Hong Kong amid the COVID-19 pandemic is a fine example. More
Travel has been put on pause in 2020 as families swap long-haul trips for staycations in hotels or flats close to home. More
In a city like Hong Kong, where upscale hotels are ubiquitous, it can be difficult to stand out from the crowd. More
Seeking to create a base for travellers looking for a high-end stay that doesn’t break the bank, new hotel brand Page Hotels opened its first branch last month at 148 Austin Road, Tsim Sha Tsui. More
For the people of Hong Kong and now Paris, restaurateurs Alex and Laura Offe are putting on a party. And in their spirit of generous hospitality, everyone is invited. More
The ocean is filled with delicacies to tempt palates in seafood-loving Hong Kong. More
Technology is revolutionising the spa experience, with customers invited to don virtual-reality (VR) visors as they undergo facials and massages to put them in the right frame of mind. More
With two MICE-oriented Sheraton hotels and the Marriott Ocean Park – the theme park’s first hotel – scheduled to open this summer, 2018 looks set to be a landmark year for the Hong Kong hospitality scene. More
Australian designer Ashley Sutton knows something about making spaces that crowds flock to. More
The JIA Group of restaurants has earned a reputation as a home for fine-dining and art for both established artists and emerging local talent. More
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