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The grand dames of Victoria Harbour have serious competition. There is a swish new opening on the waterfront, and the Rosewood Hong Kong is already hosting some of the season’s biggest parties. Maybe it’s the location of the hotel, up a 65-storey tower that dwarfs the other boltholes around, or maybe it’s the Tony Chi-designed lobby with its gleaming marble, sconces and abstract canvases, but there is a captivating feel to this Rosewood property that Hong Kong's glittery jet set can’t get enough of. Art is also a focal point, with Damien Hirst installations in the tea salon, a life-size sculpture of an elephant off the lobby and paintings of Hong Kong’s cityscape in every room. Then, of course, there are the unobstructed harbour views from most rooms and the 40th-floor Manor Club that calls itself an executive lounge, but feels like a private club. This is Hong Kong like it’s meant to be experienced, with lots of culture and scenes so captivating you risk losing hours to it whenever you look out of the window, or sink in the cosseting luxury of your room.