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Buffet @ Intercontinental Hongkong

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Intercontinental Hongkong was our choice for accommodation in Hong Kong, overlooking the Hong Kong harbor but that probably did not make a difference since our hotel was facing the other direction.






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Welcome amenities that were refilled too!




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Our room came with a walk in wardrobe, study desk and...




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A huge toilet!




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With both standing shower and tub options.


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Our evening cap of welcome teas from their selection.


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The night view of the property! Pretty gorgeous I must say though I am not a fan of its location if public transport is the way to go. The flight of stairs and the number of times I went up and down just to access the MTR is no joke. Hopefully with the new mall opening next year, it gets a tad more happening!




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Breakfast affairs overlooking the half blocked views of the harbor. Crazy busy crowds at breakfast but I must say the restaurant handled it well. We did not have to wait longer than 10 minutes inspite of it operating at full capacity.




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The mandatory egg station which is always the most popular live station in any buffet and I wonder why - I guess it is no longer an apple a day keeps the doctor a day but an egg?


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The whole array of Asian and western selections to pick from and with the crowd it is a no brainer that the buffet line was perpetual.


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Leaving only the pastries and bread really empty.


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I had to have my bagels after spotting them and in two DIY ways - cream cheese smoked salmon and peanut butter too! Both were delicious.


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Toddler friendly options that fed him well enough to grant us enough peace for breakfast!


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Disneyland definitely pampered me over that bowl of memorable beef brisket noodles and this trio of meatballs and chicken soup noodle was just A-Okay.




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Because it came in a heart shaped Le Creuset ramekin.


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I just had to cave into a scoop of these hand made yogurts over the counter.

A foodie born to eat, shop and travel. Forced to work.

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