A Leisurely Afternoon on Easter Sunday in Hong Kong

Four of my most favourite hotels in Hong Kong are all within a few steps of each other in the Admiralty area near the Central District on Hong Kong island.  They are Island Shangri-la, Conrad Hotel, the Marriott and the Upper House.   There is nothing better than taking a leisurely stroll in these hotels and zip a cup of tea with a childhood friend in a nice cafe in the vicinity on Easter Sunday.

Greeted by a lovely Easter flower decoration at the Island Shangri-la Hotel
Greeted by a lovely Easter flower decoration at the Island Shangri-la Hotel, HK
A fun type of decorations at the Conrad Hotel lobby
A fun type of decorations at the Conrad Hotel lobby

 

A gorgeous view of the HK harbour at Cafe Gray at Upper House (hotel)
A gorgeous view of the HK harbour at Cafe Gray at Upper House (hotel)
Zipping afternoon tea at Cova Caffe at the Pacific Place in Hong Kong
Zipping afternoon tea at my favourite cafe – Cova Caffe at the Pacific Place in Hong Kong
Can you spot 5 differences between picture (A) and (B) - courtesy of Marriott Hotel Hong Kong facebook page
Can you spot 5 differences between picture (A) and (B) – courtesy of Marriott Hotel Hong Kong Facebook page
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4 thoughts on “A Leisurely Afternoon on Easter Sunday in Hong Kong

  1. Lovely everything! Very beautiful places where you served tea with your friend! Thank you so much for sharing!
    Have a wonderful Sunday! 🙂

    1. Thank you Stefania! I love the decorations in many of the hotels here – they are always so festive and creative. I also enjoy tea with childhood friend – nothing beats having a tea with an old friend. Have a great week!

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