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A great view of all the classic Hong Kong buildings makes for an intimate setting at the Sheraton. Though a little cramped (and thus loud), it’s still rather romantic, while the low-set chairs all face the harbour, mean no one misses out. A broad cocktail menu on an iPad gleams through the brooding bar area and the drinks err on the sweeter side, apart from a unique and well-executed Soy Martini—the savoury kind, rather than the sweeter bean flavour—that injects an Asian flavour into this classic, both figuratively and literally. If sticking to the more traditional, an Old Fashioned made with The Macallan whisky is ideal; strangely, the ice came out crushed the first time, with a singular small ice cube the second, and then hit the mark on the third with an impressive orb of ice. The bar snacks are your typical fare, but the desserts—and in particular the Chocolate Decadence, with a brownie, ice cream and a lashing of chocolate sauce—gives Sky Lounge enough ammunition to make it a good bet when visitors are in town.