Exploring the new Victoria Dockside

The new Victoria Dockside has made the Victoria Harbour and the Avenue of Stars area one of the coolest places in Hong Kong and one of the world’s most beautiful people-friendly harbors.

The area has been opened up quite a lot offering some truly impressive views over the water to the towers of Hong Kong Island. The night time view is something not to be missed.

The Avenue of Stars is now much wider featuring seating along with more garden and green space than before. Salisbury Garden is now more accessible (who knew it even existed before!) and the whole area has a very free-flowing feel.

As before, the promenade, garden, and Avenue of Stars are all open 24 hrs and free to enter. As a route guide, you could start from the Clock Tower and head eastward along the waterfront and you’ll reach the Hong Kong Film Awards statuette and Salisbury Garden, then taking in the views and the celebrity handprints on the rails of the Avenue of Stars, wander in and explore K11 Musea, then back out along the Avenue of Stars to the Bruce Lee and Anita Mui statue in front of Starbucks and then continue along the Tsim Sha Sui Promenade if you feel like taking in more of the waterfront view.

 

Highlights at Victoria Dockside

  • Harbour views – day and night, and to watch the Symphony of Lights (8pm nightly)
  • K11 Musea – a mall that merges art and retail quite impressively
  • Avenue of Stars – featuring the famous Bruce Lee statue
  • Salisbury Garden – a modern open garden area with views out to the harbour
  • Starbucks with an amazing view – located at the eastern end
  • Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade – the promenade continuing on from Avenue of Stars along the harbour

 

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Victoria Dockside Hotels

There are two luxury hotels at Victoria Dockside being the new Rosewood and the original Intercontinental.

Rosewood Hong Kong

Five Star – Av. rates HK$3,400+ (US$437+)
The new Rosewood Hong Kong offers harbour view rooms, 2 bedroom and 3 bedroom suites and connects directly to K11 Musea. The hotel features four restaurants, an infinity swimming pool with harbour view, Asaya spa, fitness centre, and a bar.

InterContinental Hong Kong

Five Star – Av. rates HK$1,695+ (US$218+)
Offering city view and harbour view rooms and suites along with five restaurants, an infinity swimming pool with harbour views, spa pools, I-Spa wellness centre, and fitness centre.

 

Restaurants at Victoria Dockside

There is a large range of fine dining & casual restaurants at Victoria Dockside and here I’ll highlight some of the best (with links official sites)

  • The Legacy House – Harbour Views: Yes, 180-degree view – Av. Spend: HK$800 – Cuisine: Cantonese, Chinese  Menu: À la carte – Location: Rosewood
  • NOBU – Harbour Views: Yes – Cuisine: Japanese – Av. Spend: HK$800+ – Menu: À la carte – Location: InterContinental
  • Yan Toh Heen – Harbour Views: Yes – Cuisine: Cantonese – Michelin 2-star – Av. Spend: HK$400-800 – Menu: À la carte – Av Spend: – Location: InterContinental
  • Steak House winebar + grill – Cuisine: Steakhouse – Av. Spend: HK$800 – Menu: À la carte – Location: InterContinental
  • Rech by Alain Ducasse – Harbour Views: Yes – Cuisine: French, Seafood – Av. Spend: HK$800+ – Menu: À la carte – Location: InterContinental
  • Artisan Lounge – Cuisine: Western – Av. Spend: HK$400-800 – Location: K11 Musea, Shop 401, 4/F
  • TIRPSE – Harbour Views: Yes – Cuisine: Japanese/French – Av. Spend: HK$400-800 – Location: K11 Musea, Shop 219, 2/F
  • Harbourside – Cuisine: International – Av. Spend: HK$400-800 – Open: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner Menu: Buffet & à la carte – Location: InterContinental
  • The Butterfly Room – Cuisine: European – Av. Spend: HK$200-400 – Open: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, High tea – Menu: À la carte – Location: Rosewood – Popular for afternoon tea
  • Takano Ramen – Cuisine: Japanese Ramen – Av. Spend: HK$101-200 – Location: K11 Musea, Shop 220, 2/F
  • BEP Vietnamese Kitchen – Cuisine: Vietnamese – Av. Spend: HK$101-200 – Location: K11 Musea, Shop 401, 4/F
  • K11 Musea Food Playground – head to the B2 floor for a collection of casual eateries, bakeries, and cafe with prices ranging from HK$50 and up.
  • Wildfire – Cuisine: Italian/Pizza – Av. Spend: HK$101-200 – Location: Avenue of Stars, Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade

 

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