What is going on with Hong Kong’s hotels. The Landmark office block has been turned into the Mandarin Oriental Landmark, the old Mandarin is getting an all glass face lift. The new Four Seasons at IFC is finally open. LKF is getting a new hotel, aptly named LKF Hotel… could this be a sign of the times in Hong Kong. With new economic growth and a greater role of China in the worlds manufacturing, Hong Kong is reaping the benefits. As the gateway to China, Hong Kong’s cosmopolitian advantage is growing along side China’s growing share of world trade. Many businesses source their products in China and many of these businesses have their sourcing offices in Hong Kong. With over 20million visitors to Hong Kong last year, hotel occupancy rates are at their highest levels ever. Hong Kong hoteliers are looking to the continued growth of China market and the race is on to build more rooms…
April 12, 2006
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