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  • Types of Breakfasts Served
    Buffet Breakfast, Chinese Breakfast

Clipper Lounge is a long-established favorite with Hong Kong locals and hotel guests alike and a wonderful place to meet at any time in the day. Clipper Lounge has a timelessly elegant feel with mink, taupe and mandarin furnishings enhanced with subtle Oriental accents.

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4.3
714 reviews
  • Marie C
    Marie C
    5 months ago

    Wonderful buffet breakfast. Superb Chinese selections, yummy dimsum, congee and soup noodles aside from hot viands. Crusty beef croquettes, melt in your mouth pork puffs, Really crispy American bacon, juicy Canadian bacon, honey glazed ham from the carving table, cooked to order ORGANIC eggs, plethora of fruits, still and sparkling water, soy and other milk choices. If only my stomach had more space

  • 김성현
    김성현
    4 months ago

    I went to clipper lounge for the new years family dinner. The lobsters and the crabs were well prepared and the service was wonderful. Especially one of the staff, called Adam Chan was very professional and kind that our family really enjoyed the dinner there.

  • SL Y
    SL Y
    3 months ago

    We made a reservation about 2 weeks in advance for 6.30pm for the dinner buffet. Well stocked buffet. Boston lobster and abalone. Probably the only buffet in HK with eat as much as you want lobster. We stayed until they closed at 10.30pm as we paid full price. Most of the diners seem to be on a 2 hour seating time and the restuarant did 2 rounds of these diners. One starting at 6pm and 1 round starting at 8.30pm. 1 drink each was included in the buffet. We spent about HKD800 each for the dinner buffet. We enjoyed our meal. All the dishes were delicious. The desserts were very good, and they had a very wide selection

  • Charmander Lee
    Charmander Lee
    a month ago

    Overall with the discount of buy one get one free dinner buffet, was worth the value. The dinner buffet has many varieties of food choices and it comes with unlimited drinking water and one glass of beverage. The appetizers of sashimi was up to standard; the hot dish was so so, other than Hainan Chicken the rest of the hot dishes were barely eatable standard; soups was pretty decent and there are total of 4 choices which included lobster broth. The best was dessert, as the hotel is famous for its cakes in HK, especially their blueberry cheesecake which was also served in the dinner buffet. Service wise was attentive and polite, quick on taking the empty plates away so you can have more room on the table.

  • momo mimi (mimimomo)
    momo mimi (mimimomo)
    9 months ago

    When it comes to afternoon tea, my absolute favorite is The Mandarin Oriental. Perhaps it's because I have a preference for scones and savory treats over cakes, and The Mandarin Oriental excels in both their sandwiches and scones! The desserts paired with the tea set this time were perfect for the summer season, predominantly featuring fruity flavors that were pleasantly tangy and sweet, without being overly saccharine. The portions of their desserts are generous, not bite-sized miniatures, so they are meant for sharing rather than each person having their own portion. In the case of an odd number of guests, such as my party of three, the third person can only choose three out of the five desserts included in the tea set. An additional highlight was the dessert trolley, where each person could select an extra sweet treat. We opted for the dried fruit white chocolate, truffle chocolate, and red bean mochi, and all three were delightful. We also ordered a chocolate as a birthday cake, and it was incredibly rich. After indulging in it, a cup of tea was necessary before continuing with the other delights from the tea set. Regarding the beverages, the iced chocolate was mildly flavored, not as prominent compared to the tea and sweets. The service at the Clipper Lounge was impeccable, and the staff made us feel warm and welcomed. Although the ambiance had a slightly dated charm, especially when compared to more modern establishments, I still consider it my preferred destination for afternoon tea among the many options available.

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Opening Hours

  • Monday 07:00 - 10:30
  • Tuesday 07:00 - 10:30
  • Wednesday 07:00 - 10:30
  • Thursday 07:00 - 10:30
  • Friday 07:00 - 10:30
  • Saturday 07:00 - 10:30
  • Sunday 07:00 - 10:30