Hotels for Students in Hong Kong
- 41Hotel Class:2 reviews
As with other hotels in Hong Kong, rooms are not large. Didn't get the 2 bed room we reserved on the first day and was offered a queen bed room with extra bed. Not a fan of this solution... We were able to change to a 2 bed room on the 2nd day. I love the breakfast buffet here...Popular with
- 42Hotel Class:2 reviews
Located in the very convenient and central location of Sai Ying Pun (Western district), the Courtyard by Marriott is a very good value considering its convenience. Although not (currently) near an MTR station, this hotel is serviced by a network of buses and the local ding ding tram in addition to taxis and mini buses. The in-house restaurant is also ...
- 43Hotel Class:4 reviews
The location of this hotel is a bit awkward. It is near the Happy Valley horse racing field slightly far from MTR station. Granted it is still within walking distance, the 10-15 minutes walk in a hot summer day could be quite deadly. Take advantage of the hotel shuttle or if you are really lazy, a cab ride is fairly ...Popular with
- 44Hotel Class:2 reviews
Stayed here in September 2012 for 4 nights on my first trip to Hong Kong. The hotel was undergoing renovations. I am sure the hotel is much nicer now. Had heard many of the hotels in Hong Kong were small. So when I came across the Royal Plaza when searching, I jumped on booking a room here a lot because ...Popular with
- 46Hotel Class:2 reviews
The Butterfly On Wellington is a boutique hotel located in Central. It's part of the Butterfly chain, which offers boutique hotels throughout the city. The Wellington location is one of their newest hotels and a great choice for anyone looking for a nice stay in Central. While the hotel is short on facilities – there's no pool or gym – ...
- 47Hotel Class:2 reviews
Hotel Panorama is the latest offering by Hong Kong hotel developer Rhombus. While it doesn't quite compare to Rhombus' signature property, “Hotel LKF”, Hotel Panorama is nonetheless a nicely done hotel. It's located in Tsim Sha Tsui, near the MTR station and right in the thick of Hong Kong's pulsating street scene. There are so many good restaurants, shops and ...
- 48Hotel Class:2 reviews
It is one of those hotels which are best suitable for budget travellers. It is very well connected to rail & road.. has beautiful views, good concierge, tram service is just next to door. One can even get a luxury feel in this kind of budget hotel!! Night life is close by.. what else one needs? I will definitely recommend ...Popular with
- 493 reviews
Cosmic Guest House continues to reach for the stars! The space is simple, clean, and secure with reasonable rates and an accommodating staff. Some rooms tend to be on the smaller side, but seriously, it's Hong Kong and small rooms are a fact of life. An exponentially better choice than some of the other hostels and guest houses in either ...
- 50Hotel Class:2 reviews
An unfortunate memory links me to this hotel, although funny in retrospect. My soccer team was on the end of our China tour, and we had finished the trip in Hong Kong, having just beaten the Hong Kong National Team 2-1. (Our only victory on the whole trip BTW!) Anyway, the team was staying in some lodgings provided by the ...
- 51Hotel Class:3 reviews
This hotel is in a convenient location. If you don't mind the price, I think it's in the center of "happening area." :)
- 523 reviews
Great serviced apartments and hotels that is pretty near Kowloon station by cab but quite a walk from Hung Hom station. Lovely and convenient!
- 53Hotel Class:2 reviews
Nice place and view but the only thing I don't like is that... the internet is not free! But, over-all the staff are responsive, friendly, accommodating and the rooms are really nice with big bath tub! It was a nice stay!
- 54Hotel Class:2 reviews
The Lan Kwai Fong Hotel, not to be confused with Hotel LKF, is a small boutique hotel located in Central. Besides its great location, near Hollywood Road and the vibrant areas of Lan Kwai Fong and SoHo, the hotel doesn't make the best first impression. It has a small, no-frills lobby, slow elevators and a dated look in its hallways. ...
- 55Hotel Class:2 reviews
The Royal Garden is a high-end hotel located in East Tsim Sha Tsui, near the waterfront and Shangri-La. While the lobby is certainly very nice, I couldn't help but notice that the hotel seems a bit dated. It doesn't have the classical feel that other luxury hotels in the neighborhood have and it also doesn't have a modern touch either. ...
- 56Hotel Class:2 reviews
Convenient location in the main shopping district and near the metro. It's not one of the Marco Polo hotels, but it's right at the end of the road. Rooms in the tower are nice and spacious (as in pretty big for even two or three people). Complete amenities, nice big bathrooms, and comfortable business lounge. It's right on the water, ...Popular with
- 57Hotel Class:2 reviews
I stayed at Rent-A-Room when I was in Hong Kong. The hotel receives many foreign guests so the staff is used to providing guidance to travelers. I liked the hotel. It's not particularly fancy, but it's one of the more economic options in the city. Thus, if you're looking for a reasonably priced and simple place to stay in Hong ...Popular with
- 59Hotel Class:1 review
Stayed with grandma at summer. Bought a lot of things at the nearby mall and shops.. =DD
- 601 review