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We are parents, too. We think traveling well and traveling with children shouldn’t be mutually exclusive. We have limited vacation time, and we’re not spending our few days of freedom in lousy hotels eating bad food. We know the world is full of wonderful resorts, cool urban escapes and far-flung lodges that can make our time with our kids count. We want it all, and we don’t think it should be so hard to find. So we’re going to share it with you.


Hotel We Love: The Upper House, Hong Kong

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Hotel We Love: The Upper House, Hong Kong

Henley Vazquez

Summer's a time for beach dreaming, but smart travelers are also thinking ahead to plans for fall and winter. Hong Kong offers an ideal jumping off point for exploring Asia, plus it's a fascinating city for kids. While there's no shortage of plush hotels, the Upper House is one of our favorites - in Asia and around the world.


  • Located at the intersection of Wan Chai, Admiralty and Central, the Upper House has easy access to hip cafes, shopping, sights and corporate headquarters plus is steps from the sprawling Hong Kong Park and playgrounds

  • The 117 rooms start on the 38th floor and feel like stylishly serene studios in the sky, all fitted with complimentary broadband access, an iPod touch and free mini bars

  • Guests can access a well-equipped gym as well as free weekend yoga classes plus the secret garden and lawn tucked away on the 6th floor, ideal for kids


  • Totally seamless service, from in-room check-in to a guest experience team that lives up to their reputation as the best (ask for anything, they’ll make it happen)

  • Some of Hong Kong’s biggest rooms, starting at over 700 square feet and with apartment-sized bathrooms and the best bubble-bath views your kids will ever have

  • Michelin-starred and power-scened Café Grey is on the hotel’s top floor, perfect for a kid-free date night without leaving the hotel


  • Cribs and extra beds can be added to all rooms at no extra charge for children age 12 or under

  • Rooms have either city views or harbor views

  • Studios 70 and 80 are huge but with open floor plans, so book a suite to create separate sleeping space for kids


  • There is no swimming pool

  • Café Gray feels too formal for dinner with kids, but there are casual restaurants in the mall across the street

  • Rates tend to be among the city’s priciest so look for special packages or off-season rates

Upper House
Pacific Place, 88 Queensway
Hong Kong
(852) 2918-1838