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Mice Asia Net : January 2009
hong kong The American Club Hong Kong MEET, EAT And SLEEP Le Meridien Cyberport 100 Cyberport Road, Hong Kong www.lemeridien.com/hongkong Where: perched on the stunning Telegraph Bay on Hong Kong’s south side, Le Meridien Cyberport is a stylish haven with ultra- chic vibes pulsing from its fluid design and urban cool colours. Fitted with cutting-edge technology and upscale amenities, the property’s 170 fashionable guest rooms offer the ideal sanctuary to rest and relax while facing the panoramic views of the South China Sea. Dine in uber-chic restaurants or chill out in hip bars as the sun sets over one of the world’s busiest shipping lanes. Within minutes of central and on the doorstep to Cyberport’s revolutionary conference and entertainment venues, you can browse high-end retailers or unwind amidst the foliage of the oceanfront at your leisure. Contact: email@example.com (+852) 2980 7802 The Mira Hong Kong 118-130 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong www.themirahotel.com What: Currently completing redevelopment, the Mira overlooks gracious Kowloon Park in the middle of the shopping, dining and entertainment precinct. The sparkling, 18th floor Mira Ballroom is now open for business and by April 2009 the 493 chic new guest rooms and suites for the design-conscious business traveller will be open. The rooftop restaurants and function spaces will com- plete the final phase of the redevelopment in November 2009. 28 Tai Tam Road, Tai Tam, Hong Kong www.americanclubhk.com Where: Set over three acres on Hong Kong Island overlooking the South China Sea, the American Club’s ‘Country Club’ offers a range of wireless meeting and incentive facilities only 30 minutes from Central. Outside the city bustle but purpose-built, the Club is ideal for either short-haul ‘away day’ groups or as part of a multi-day, long-haul itinerary with partners. A member-run club since 1925, the American Club can facilitate sporting activities and classes, from feng shui to ‘Mah-jong Madness’, as well as child care. The Vista Ballroom offers 375 square metres for conferences and exhibitions, with capacity for 200 for dinner (400 for cocktails), including a terraced outdoor cocktail reception area. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel: (+852) 2842 7400 Yung Kee Restaurant/Kee Club/Yung’s Club 32-40 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong www.yungkee.com.hk/www.keeclub.com What: A legendary presence in Hong Kong cuisine, this busy Cantonese restaurant was recently voted among the top 10 restaurants in Asia. Entirely representative of the city, visitors will enjoy local delicacies and their signature dish: crispy roasted goose. The floors above house the chic, members-only Western-style Kee Club and the new Yung’s Club, with its focus on Asian-style entertaining. Both open their doors for business groups. Hong Kong SkyCity Marriott 1 Sky City Road East, HK International Airport www.marriott.com/hkgap Where: Just opened in December 2008, the Hong Kong SkyCity Marriott Hotel is set on the banks of the South China Sea. The property is located near the Hong Kong International Airport and area attractions, and is connected to the AsiaWorld Expo. Spacious guest rooms, with views of the sea or landscaped golf course, offer luxurious bedding, mini-bar, safe, and internet access. With six restaurants, a fully equipped health club, indoor pool, and full- service Quan Spa, and a total of 1300 square metres’ of events space, the property is hard to beat. Full day meeting package starts from HKD599 +10% service charge per person. Contact: email@example.com (+852) 3969 1888 ABOVE LEFT: Le Meridien Cyberport. ABOVE RIGHT: Hong Kong SkyCity Marriott. OPPOSITE: Harbour – view of Hong Kong from Kowloon. Photo courtesy of Hong Kong Tourism Board. miceAsia.net 19