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InterContinental Hong Kong

InterContinental Hong Kong temporarily closes its doors for its biggest transformation in 30 years

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Jenny Leung
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After the closure of Rech by Alain Ducasse, InterContinental Hong Kong announced today that the hotel will be temporarily closing its doors from April 20, and will be reopening as the Regent Hong Kong in 2022. Set to be InterContinental's biggest renovation in 30 years, the transformation and design vision will be led by Hong Kong-born architect slash designer Chi Wing Lo. The total revamp will span all guest rooms and suites including bathrooms, all public areas, restaurants and event venues, as well as a refresh of the building façade with a contemporary new look. For the duration of the hotel's temporary closure, Yan Toh Heen, the hotel’s one Michelin star Cantonese restaurant, will remain open, with access via the adjoining K11 Musea.

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