The peony flower is represented a great deal in Chinese art, and was a big inspiration for Mira Moon’s furnishings, seen in the tile work and curtains. Rooms come equipped with ‘shake-it-yourself’ cocktail recipes for the minibar and iPads programmed with all the hotel services and information on the city’s best attractions. On the female-only floors, amenities include curling irons, facial steamers, scented powders and creams, and a fix-it kit for high heels and stockings. Mira Moon’s restaurant, Super Giant, serves Chinese-Spanish fusion tapas and keeps with the rest of the themed décor. Rates start at HKD 4,000 (USD $515) a night to stay in this ancient Chinese fantasy brought to life.