WHEN you feel at home, you feel comfortable, and long-time habitue of the Dragon Boat Bar, Mr Charlie de Blieck, has made it his home-away-from-home. ''In fact, the Hilton is home to me,'' said Mr de Blieck. Explaining why the bar had always been an after-work meeting place for like-minded drinkers, he said: ''Part of the appeal is you never know who you will meet here.'' Bankers, doctors, financiers and computer experts such as Mr de Blieck gather in the bar on a regular basis. ''It's a good place to meet and wait until the traffic clears,'' joked Mr de Blieck, who has been singularly honoured by a circular silver plaque set in the left-hand corner of the famous dragon-boat shaped bar. Mr de Blieck's work in the computer field has taken him all around the world, but he always comes back to the Hilton in Hongkong. ''This is the place for old friends,'' he said. ''It's home and it's family to many people. You go to The Grill and everyone knows you. You arrive at the airport and the drivers greet you - even if they have never met you before. ''In this bar, you may see two or three or even 10 friends - and people will always be asking, 'has so and so been in?' '' Mr de Blieck said all the staff knew him as Charlie: ''Though I doubt if they know my second name.''