Rising above the harbour in a big, sparkling, glass tower, the W combines cutting edge features like a horizon pool on the 73rd floor, with pervasive panoramic views of the city and the harbour.
There are two restaurants within the hotel, the first is Sing Yin, Cantonese dining designed by Steve Lang, and inspired by the urban surroundings. The second restaurant, The Kitchen, is a modern bistro with an international buffet and a la carte menu and a kick ass view of Hong Kong harbour.
Plonked on top of a newly reclaimed piece of Kowloon, the W offers something that was not possible a decade ago, ie: a waterfront location. Only by creating more waterfront has a commanding harbourside location become a reality. For people interested in panoramic views there are not many better alternatives.