Vivienne Tam’s luxury suite at Icon Hong Kong

Designer Vivienne Tam unveiled her Hong Kong Hotel luxury suite

New York-based fashion designe Vivienne Tam unveiled her one-of-a-kind minimalist suite at Hong Kong’s Hotel Icon, Tsim Sha Tsui East’s premier hotel. Taking up 861 square feet, the Hotel Icon suite is fully decked out in Tam’s signature “China Chic” style, with splashes of vivid color and a trademark East-meets-West vibe.

Hotel ICON has been recognized by DestinAsian’s 8th annual Luxe List. The Hotel received the highly-coveted recognition after being selected by the magazine’s editorial team. The list, which is published in the December 2011 by DestinAsian, provides a guide for discerning travellers to the Asia’s greatest hotels.

Hotel ICON, located in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui East, represents the combined efforts of Hong Kong’s most creative talents including Rocco Yim, Terence Conran, Patrick Blanc, Michael Lim, Tommy Li, Barney Cheng and Freeman Lai. The hotel also features three restaurants – Above and Beyond, The Market and GREEN, offering outstanding dining experience.

In April 2012, Hotel ICON nabbed 3 more awards. Icon was named “Best New Hotel in Hong Kong”, Condé Nast Traveller “Hot List” and “Hot Tables”.

Hotel ICON earned the title of “Best New Hotel in Hong Kong” in a readers’ poll conducted by TTG China, TTG-BT Mice China, TTG Asia, TTG India and TTG Mice. Organized by TTG Travel Trade Publishing, the annual TTG China Travel Awards champions the best of Greater China’s travel industry for their outstanding achievement.

To add to the running list of awards and accolades, UK’s ultimate insider’s guide to the hottest new hotels of the year, Condé Nast Traveller also named Hotel ICON as one of the best new hotels in its ‘Hot List 2012’. ICON’s renowned Chinese restaurant, Above & Beyond, also earned a coveted spot in US travel magazine Condé Nast Traveler’s ‘Hot Tables 2012’ list. At the 2012 Asia Pacific Hotel Awards, Hotel ICON took home the trophy for “Best New Hotel Construction and Design for Hong Kong”.