Michelin considers the Conrad one of the best hotels in Hong Kong, along with the Shangri La's, The Mandarin Oriental and the Peninsula. Trip Advisor lists this as #11 of 5* hotels in Hong Kong, and among the top 25 "Traveler's Choice" hotels for 2010. Generally we stay in 3 or 4* hotels, and reserve our points stays for one of a kind, exceptional hotels, (in various hotel chains), around the world. This hotel certainly met those expectations in almost every way. This was our first visit to Hong Kong. We were staying on a Hilton HHonors AXON award, for four days last month. Our room was on the 59th floor, conveniently located down the hall from the Executive lounge. It was a king room of reasonably good size, with a peak view. Although we were not on the Harbor view side of the hotel, we made good use of the Executive lounge, and enjoyed the views of Victoria Harbor numerous times, both during the day and at night, from there. The bathroom had a separate shower and tub (with a rubber duck), a small TV, two sinks, and an array of toiletries. The in room safe was one of the largest we have ever had. The TV was flat panel, with HD reception, and a good choice of TV channels, in at least six or seven different languages. DVD's were delivered free to our room, with a good selection to choose from. We had a choice of wired or wireless internet, and service was good (free for this Gold). When we checked in, I mentioned that I like to be able to read a local paper and the International Herald Tribune, we received both every day. Our fruit and bottled waters were replenished every day, and for three of the four days of our stay, we had fresh hand made chocolates served in a little dim sum container. There was turn down service every evening. And, not to forget, we each had a Conrad stuffed bear. Breakfast was served in the Executive lounge, as well as in one of the restaurants downstairs. There was an excellent buffet , with a wide variety of both hot and cold items to choose from, in either location, and one could order a la carte in the restaurant as well. We particularly enjoyed the large bowls with a variety of different, fresh berries, every day. Tea is served in the Executive lounge every day from 3-5 pm, and Happy Hour is every day from 5-7 pm, with complimentary drinks. For both services there are hot and cold food choices, and they are replenished frequently. On occasion, the lounge was full during the times that food was served, but even with a steady flow of folks, we rarely waited for more than a couple of minutes for seating. Service is provided by butlers. We ate in the Golden Leaf for dinner one night. This is a Michelin 1* restaurant, and is comparable to 1* Michelin rated restaurants that we have eaten in, in Europe. Service is very attentive. The menu is a creative/modern Cantonese one. We enjoyed our food choices, especially as this was a departure from the more traditional Cantonese meals that we had been having up to this point in Hong Kong (and we ate WELL in Hong Kong). We were however, surprised to have gotten a table at this restaurant (last minute, on a Saturday night), given that the butler that we asked in the Executive lounge to make a reservation for us just an hour earlier, apparently was told that there wasn't anything available. I somehow doubt that a call was ever made by him, since once we went downstairs and peeked into the restaurant, we noted only one table taken; and the maitre d' readily welcomed us in for dinner. Overall we loved our stay. The location, amongst some of the best shopping in Hong Kong, with amazing views, was terrific. The service and quality of all that was on offer was excellent. We certainly hope to be back.