From the wood paneling in the lobby to the bottle green bathrooms, the Fleming Hotel celebrates Hong Kong's maritime past. The 60s-inspiration is evident from check-in at the retro-style curved front desk. From there, a striking red lift transports you throughout the building. Adorned with antique brass fixtures and navy accents, each of the 66 guest rooms is a tribute to the city's iconic cross-harbor ferries. Even the scent — a mixture of sandalwood and amber — is a reminder of the city's nautical heritage. The property is completed by a ground-floor restaurant serving coastal Italian fare.