When it comes to traveling, there're really only two things you have to worry about: finding a nice place to stay, and convincing the ref it was actually just a crab dribble. Definitely taking care of the former, Hong Kong's Hotel Icon, now open.
Owned by Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Icon is a newly ribbon-cut sleepery-cum-classroom in Jackie Chan's 'hood designed by China's best/brightest and equipped with three "prototype suites" dreamt up by HKPU students, who'll let you play with their next-level awesomeness (like an interactive sports-tickered/WiFi-connected smart mirror) as long as you promise to give 'em feedback when you check out, preferably in the form of comparisons to Jackie Chan movies.
The 28-story-er is seriously flush with comps -- there's a free mini-bar in every room (ahhhh!!!), a 24/7 downstairs lounge with Wi-Fi and snack-age for all your pre-check-in/post-check-out leisure-ing, plus -- if you score a club room or suite -- a massive gratis breakfast in the morning and at-night just-leave-a-good-tip cocktails and canapés in a panoramic bar on the top floor, also a Top Chef spinoff in which dudes compete to lay down tile. Yeah, it's not very good.
But wait, there's more, including an open-air rooftop pool w/ a bar, a fully equipped rubdown club (not like that...or is it! No, it's not), and three restaurants with deliciousness like Pan-Fried Lobster (with egg white and black truffle), and Smoked Bresse Pigeon.
And while you're at it, hit the private tasting room, or the walk-in wine cellar, if you can't stand the Heat (they keep it at a pretty cool temp).