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At its root, Hong Kong is a center of finance and commerce. Going back to the opium trade and beyond, this tidy harbor city-state situated on China's south coast, enclosed by the Pearl River Delta and the South China Sea, has now been welcoming business travelers and ... read more
financiers to its shores for centuries. So it should be no surprise that modern day Hong Kong has become one of Asia's most cosmopolitan cities and an epicenter of international trade. What may seem more unusual is just how quickly this former British colony has blossomed into a vibrant vacation destination. Amid the soaring vertical skyline, industrious seaport, supercharged high-tech subways and utterly safe, crisply organized streets of this dense urban stronghold, business and leisure travelers both will quickly discover Hong Kong is an unusual mixture of old-world tranquility and futuristic allure. A slew of glitzy shops, extravagant hotels, swanky restaurants and chic cocktail bars rise into the architectual heights above, providing stellar people watching and ensuring Hong Kong remains at the cutting edge of food, fashion and technology. But locals and travelers alike also take great pleasure in exploring the wonderful assortment of uniquely Hong Kong urban adventures and peaceful moments buried within the city limits. Where to start? The list is long: sample odd local delicacies in Hong Kong's wet market; dig deep into a world of exotic fare among the historic Shanghai-style alleyways of Sheung Wan; experience Cantonese Opera outside a Chinese bazaar at the Temple Street Night Market; or join throngs of Hong Kong locals gambling on their favorite horses at the Happy Valley Racecourse. For a quieter moment in the big city, many will choose to head to the top of Victoria Peak to take in the views or relax among the temple gardens, ponds and pavilions of New Kowloon or Hong Kong Park. Another fun option with a nod to the island's British colonial roots is to head over to the Peninsula Hotel for a luxurious afternoon of high tea. No matter which direction you choose, there's plenty to pique an urban explorer's interest before retiring to one of Hong Kong's many posh high-rise hotels or budget-friendly guest houses.

Luxury Hotels in Hong Kong
In a tiny, dense harbor metropolis housing seven million people and boasting the best of what wealth and technology can buy, it's to be expected that space would come at a premium and in a whole range of decadent styles. Hotels in Hong Kong rise high above the streets and Victoria Harbor, offering visitors all manner of luxury and extravagance for those who can afford the bill. One of Hong Kong's oldest hotels, The Peninsula, is a legendary property that harkens back to a by-gone era of grandeur and glamour in travel. Built upon a blend of Eastern and Western style and hospitality, the Peninsula Hotel in Hong Kong sets the standard for luxury, showcasing antiques, historical artifacts, lavish spa facilities, noteworthy culinary experiences and even Rolls-Royce service. For a more contemporary take on luxury, take your pick among the numerous outstanding Hong Kong hotels vying for top honors among the ranks. The acclaimed Conrad Hong Kong in the center of the city's business district is a smart combination of modern elegance and sophisticated luxury, featuring such amenities as an outdoor swimming pool, health club, 12 meeting rooms (accommodating between 8 and 1000 guests!), innovative on-site restaurants and a spectacular Grand Ballroom. Over in Kowloon, one will find a variety of other similarly modern luxury hotels that also deliver the highest caliber service, facilities and amenities. Such names include the five-star Langham Place Hotel (with its Michelin Star rated Ming Court restaurant), the Royal Plaza Hotel, Hotel Icon, The Mira Hong Kong and the W Hong Kong.

Budget Hotels and Mid-Range Hotels in Hong Kong
Bright lights, big business and vertical extravagance, that's the theme in over-the-top Hong Kong. As such, most travelers come prepared for steep prices and small spaces. Hotel rooms across Asia tend to run small and in Hong Kong that trend can be magnified. But while space does come at a premium, fortunately for those on a stricter budget, Hong Kong also houses a variety of local, boutique and chain hotels offering comfortable accommodations without the exaggerated features that bring highest prices. The Sohotel Hong Kong is a small boutique hotel in the heart of the Sheung Wan district featuring city views plus rooms and suites of varying sizes (guests pay more for more square feet) that include all the basic amenities a traveler might require. Likewise, ten strategically located Bridal Tea House Hotels have been established near Hong Kong's public transportation networks, providing business and leisure travelers with attentive service and clean, comfortable rooms at decent prices. In Kowloon, the Acesite Hotel in the central Monkok neighborhood offers simple, homey guest rooms across 23-floors at good rates. Rooms at the Imperial Hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui (the premier retail, cultural and leisure district) won't break the bank and puts travelers just a short walk to many of Hong Kong's most popular tourist attractions. Guest houses -- residential buildings set up for overnight, weekly and sometimes monthly stays, often with a creative use of space to maximize their offerings -- are a uniquely Hong Kong approach to short term housing. However, quality, cleanliness and size can run the gamut, so it is important to pick carefully when selecting one. These simple accommodations can be among the best cheap options in town. Try Rent-a Room in the Jordan district for an affordable overnight stay in a convenient location. What you'll lose in fancy you'll gain in spending money to use during your stay.

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  • 21
    Crowne Plaza Hong Kong Causeway Bay

    Crowne Plaza Hong Kong Causeway Bay

    Hotel Class:
    8 Leighton Road, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong
    4
    5 reviews
    Excellent! - 90% of guests recommend

    If you want to stay near one of the more exciting shopping areas of Hong Kong, I'd highly recommend the Crowne Plaza in Causeway Bay. Causeway Bay has got a ton of shopping and if you're in Hong Kong on holiday, chances are you'll be going to Causeway Bay and chances are you'll be buying up a ton of stuff ...

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    Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel

    Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel

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    Hong Kong Disneyland, Lantau Island, Hong Kong, China
    5
    4 reviews
    Very Good! - 84% of guests recommend

    Happiest hotel chain on earth!! Furthermore, the restaurants inside this happy hotel also services some of the happiest meals on earth! From buffet dining with Micky & Minnie, to expertly crafted disney characters shaped dim sum items. How can anyone not come here and leave with a big smile on their faces...well maybe with the exception of those few bratty ...

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    Renaissance Harbour View Hotel Hong Kong

    Renaissance Harbour View Hotel Hong Kong

    Hotel Class:
    1 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, China
    4
    5 reviews
    Excellent! - 87% of guests recommend

    The view of the harbor is spectacular and the location is perfectly situated in the heart of Hong Kong's shopping district.

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  • 24
    Excelsior Hong Kong

    Excelsior Hong Kong

    Hotel Class:
    281 Gloucester Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, China
    3.5
    6 reviews
    Excellent! - 87% of guests recommend

    It doesn’t get much bigger than this behemoth luxury hotel. Big space means lots of people. Located steps from the chaos of Causeway Bay Shopping District, the Excelsior captures all of that energy inside. From the grand lobby to the new sports bar, the Excelsior is a hotel for "crowd watchers". Being a part of the Mandarin Oriental hotel chain, ...

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  • 25
    Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel

    Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    Harbour City, 7 九廣東鐵, Hong Kong
    4.5
    4 reviews
    Excellent! - 89% of guests recommend

    Walking into the Marco Polo and you're not sure if you've entered a hotel or a shopping mall. The hotel is located adjacent to Harbour City, Hong Kong's largest shopping mall, and its lobby is one part hotel and one part Lane Crawford department store. It doesn't take much imagination to see that this hotel would be a shopaholic's paradise. ...

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    The Upper House

    The Upper House

    Hotel Class:
    Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Hong Kong
    5
    3 reviews
    Excellent! - 96% of guests recommend

    The Upper House is an all-suite hotel located in Admiralty. It's situated above the Pacific Place shopping mall and its location really couldn't be better. The hotel is connected to the shopping mall via a long escalator, or guests can walk on ground level to nearby Hong Kong Park. Transport wise, the Admiralty MTR station is connected to the shopping ...

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    Island Pacific Hotel

    Island Pacific Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    No.152 Connaught Road West, Hong Kong, China
    4
    5 reviews
    Excellent! - 85% of guests recommend

    Even though the Island Pacific Hotel is on the harbor, its location leaves a lot to be desired. It's located west of Sheung Wan, in a primarily commercial district, opposite a large motorway. The nearest MTR is a lengthy walk and there's not much to do or see in the area for tourists. That said, the hotel does offer a ...

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  • 28
    Panda Hotel

    Panda Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    3 Tsuen Wah Street, Hong Kong
    4
    4 reviews
    Good! - 75% of guests recommend

    The outside of the hotel may not look the most Appealing, but the service easily matches to any 5 star hotel. In fact I enjoyed the service there than most of the 5 stars I've stayed In. Price is reasonable And very worth it for the service recieved.

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    Royal Park Hotel

    Royal Park Hotel

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    8 Pak Hok Ting Street, Hong Kong
    4.5
    3 reviews

    We loved this hotel. 1 there is direct connection with train . 2 they have big pool, 3 connecting to big shopping mall with food supermarket and more. 4 they have concierge really helpful and knowing alot . 5 bars and restaurants also nice 6 room clean and cool and space enough ( had a triple with 3 real beds)

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    Harbour Grand Kowloon

    Harbour Grand Kowloon

    Hotel Class:
    20 Tak Fung Street, Kowloon, Hong Kong
    4
    3 reviews

    The Harbour Grand Kowloon is a luxury hotel located in Hung Hom. First off, the hotel is very impressive and it has a resort-like feel to it. It has an excellent waterfront location and is separated from the water only by a small sidewalk/promenade, unlike many harbour-front hotels in Hong Kong which actually have large highways between them and the ...

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    Eaton Hotel Hong Kong

    Eaton Hotel Hong Kong

    Hotel Class:
    380 Nathan Road, Hong Kong
    4
    3 reviews
    Excellent! - 85% of guests recommend

    Newly renovated rooms, small but clean and convenient. Good location, 1 block away from the subway.

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    Gateway Hong Kong Marco Polo Hotels

    Gateway Hong Kong Marco Polo Hotels

    Hotel Class:
    13 Canton Road, Harbour City, Hong Kong, China
    4
    3 reviews
    Excellent! - 93% of guests recommend

    I've stayed here once. The location is great and the rooms are good. A little strange though as it is not a stand alone hotel. You can walk through the mall to get to the lobby.

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  • 33
    Novotel Citygate Hong Kong

    Novotel Citygate Hong Kong

    Hotel Class:
    51 Man Tung Road, Hong Kong
    5
    2 reviews
    Excellent! - 85% of guests recommend

    Amazing view! Where was this?

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  • 34
    Hyatt Regency Hong Kong Sha Tin

    Hyatt Regency Hong Kong Sha Tin

    Hotel Class:
    No.18 Chak Cheung Street, Sha Tin, New Territories, Hong Kong, China
    5
    2 reviews
    Excellent! - 85% of guests recommend

    Great hotel, clean and large rooms. Great view over the water (on the right side of the hotel at least). Very good breakfast. Directly at the 'University' MTR station. Neighborhood very quite. Need to take the MTR or Taxi to go down-town

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    Mini Hotel

    Mini Hotel

    38 Ice House Street, Central, Hong Kong
    5
    2 reviews

    Mini Hotel is bringing a new concept to the Hong Kong hotel scene, smaller is better. Though not quite as cramped as one of Japan's infamous capsulre hotels, Mini Hotel is close. The standard room is only 7 square meters! Somehow, though, Mini Hotel makes it work. While there's not room for much luggage, the rooms are clean and modern. ...

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    Marriott Hong Kong Sky City Hotel

    Marriott Hong Kong Sky City Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    1 Skycity Road East, Hong Kong International Airport, Lantau, Hong Kong
    3.5
    3 reviews
    Excellent! - 89% of guests recommend

    Pros: - Free, fast Wi-Fi for Marriott Rewards member (not sure whether it's a limited time promotion) - Free shuttle bus from/to Hong Kong International Airport, MTR station and Disneyland - Big room Cons: - Can hear planes' noise - Expensive breakfast

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    Kowloon Hotel

    Kowloon Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    20 Nathan Road, Hong Kong
    3.5
    3 reviews
    Very Good! - 81% of guests recommend

    An affordable luxury hotel located across the street from the Peninsula? Yes please! That's exactly what the Kowloon Hotel offers. The hotel has an excellent location, in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui and near to the MTR station and Nathan Road. It has a well-kept lobby with a cafe and the usual assortment of doormen, concierges and bellhops, all ...

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  • 38
    Regal Airport Hotel

    Regal Airport Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    No.9 Cheong Tat Road , Hong Kong Intl Airport, Chek Lap Kok, Hong Kong, China
    3.5
    3 reviews
    Good! - 79% of guests recommend

    Service is not that adequate. Had some bad experiences with this hotel. I definitely prefer SkyCity Marriott than Regal Airport.

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  • 39
    Hotel Nikko Hong Kong

    Hotel Nikko Hong Kong

    Hotel Class:
    72 Mody Road, Hong Kong
    3.5
    3 reviews
    Excellent! - 87% of guests recommend

    This hotel is located convenience spot in Tsimshatsui. I recommend that you would make a reservation sea side room. Room's view is perfect scene.

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  • 40
    The Mira Hong Kong

    The Mira Hong Kong

    Hotel Class:
    118 Nathan Road, Tsimshatsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China
    4.5
    2 reviews
    Excellent! - 90% of guests recommend

    A great hotel on Nathan Road, close to all the great shops. The Mira has a really modern feel about it without being too trendy. The rooms are very well appointed, great bathroom with separate shower and bath (bath salts are supplied!) with wi fi, bose sound system for your i-pod, a mobile phone guests can use when out and ...

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