The Hong Kong location in Tsim Sha Tsui is actually the Peninsula’s original location (the building was built back in 1828), and considering the highly British-influenced history of Hong Kong, it’s no surprise that high tea here is a big deal. To complete the full-on fancy experience, the hotel brings in a string quartet—lovingly called the Lobby Strings—for daily performances, and serves finger sandwiches, pastries, and champagne alongside its Earl Grey.

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