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. Grand Stanford (852-2721-5161; www.hongkong.intercontinental.com) is nearby and has decent views from some rooms but is less sumptuous. It plans to charge 1,600 Hong Kong dollars for standard rooms during the Olympics.

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From the restaurant, we walked to the Grand Stanford Intercontinental Hotel on Victoria Bay, with views of Hong Kong Island. After touring the hotel and having a beer in its New York-style bar, we went back to our modest Evergreen.

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With 7 million people, Hong Kong is one of the most densely populated – and polluted – places on earth. But the crowd is packed into towering housing projects that fill 30 percent of the Special Administrative Region’s 426 square miles. The.

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Sandhya. a night at the Intercontinental Hotel Grand Stanford Hotel called Hoi King Heen where I was taught how to make steamed shrimp dim sums and got to eat them too. The highlight of my trip and my personal favourite place at.

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From the restaurant, we walked to the Grand Stanford Intercontinental Hotel on Victoria Bay, with views of Hong Kong Island. After touring the hotel and having a beer in its New York-style bar, we went back to our modest Evergreen.

. not very commercial like many other hotels in Hong Kong," said Buddy Y. P. Lo, General Manager of the hotel, adding that Stanford Hillview, whose parent hotel is the prestigious InterContinental Grand Stanford, aims at.

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Mrs Carrie Lam joined the Administrative Service of the Hong Kong Government in August 1980 and rose to the rank of Administrative Officer Staff Grade A1 in September.

. Grand Stanford (852-2721-5161; www.hongkong.intercontinental.com) is nearby and has decent views from some rooms but is less sumptuous. It plans to charge 1,600 Hong Kong dollars for standard rooms during the Olympics.

Mrs Carrie Lam joined the Administrative Service of the Hong Kong Government in August 1980 and rose to the rank of Administrative Officer Staff Grade A1 in September.