Hotels in Hong Kong

Hotels in Hong Kong offer amazing glimpses upon an area nicknamed the “Pearl of the Orient”. A special Chinese administrative district, Hong Kong is known for its impressive skyline, its harbors, its restaurants, its nightlife, and its mixing of old traditions and new lifestyles, nature and architecture. Boasting one of the best public transportation systems in the world, the area is easily accessible, especially from the hotels in Hong Kong found below. Before we get to hotels in Hong Kong, let’s take a look at some background information on the area to help you along the way.

Hong Kong, officially the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China, sits on the Pearl River estuary in southern China. One of the most densely populated places in the world, Hong Kong is home to around 7.5 million people. In 1842, Hong Kong became a colony of the British Empire, which influenced the area’s significant economic expansion. The territory was transferred to China in 1997 and became a special administrative region with a separate governing and economic system than that of the mainland. Hong Kong has the largest number of skyscrapers of any city in the world, making the hotels in Hong Kong found below quite appealing to the eye.

The area’s summers are hot and humid whereas winters are mild and typically sunny. Snowfall is rare. Hong Kong benefits from a capitalist mixed service economy, with low taxation and minimal government market intervention, emphasizing economic liberty and the rule of law. Over half the city’s population identifies themselves as “Hongkongers” while only around 10 percent consider themselves “Chinese”. Restaurants, nightlife, cinema, music, business and sports are Hong Kong’s main draws. Major points of interest include the International Commerce Centre, Two International Finance Centre, Flagstaff House, Tin Hau Temple, Ping Shan Heritage Trail, Lui Seng Chun, Blue House, Hong Kong Stock Exchange, Avenue of Stars, the University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Happy Valley Racecourse and Hong Kong Stadium, to name a few. Three forms of gambling are legal in Hong Kong, those being the lottery and horse and football betting. In mid-2019 protests known as the Anti-Extradition Law Amendment Bill (or Anti-ELAB) movement ensued, though travel advisories increased only slightly. Popular foods here include pork, goose, chicken, seafood, wontons and of course dim sim, which is a Cantonese, bite-sized steamed dumping. Drinks include a popular alcoholic drink is called baijiu, a strong, clear liquor served neat and uusually with dinner. Now that we have some background information on the area, it’s time for hotels in Hong Kong that are sure to help make for an outstanding trip.

 

 

 

Cordis, Hong Kong

555 Shanghai Street

Hotels in Hong Kong

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Cordis, Hong Kong features ballrooms, high-speed WiFi, LED TVs, marble bathrooms, rainshowers, wellness facilities, an outdoor heated pool, a spa and multiple dining options. You’ll find CHANEL Beaute (beauty supply store), Chow Sang Sang (jewelry store), Rado Switzerland (watch store) and more nearby.

This location is within feet of Langham Place Shopping Mall, 0.1 miles from Grand Plaza, 0.2 miles from Mong Kok New Town Mall, Sino Centre, Mongkok Computer Centre and Sin Tat Plaza, 0.3 miles from Richmond Shopping Arcade, Ladies Market and In’s Point, 0.4 miles from Bruce Lee Club, 1.6 miles from Harbour City, 2.2 miles from Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal, 2.3 miles from Wong Tai Sin Temple, 3.2 miles from Happy Valley Racecourse, 5.5 miles from Ocean Park and 14.8 miles from Hong Kong International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (family two-bedroom): $369

Cost per person (four people): $92

 

 

 

The Peninsula Hong Kong

Salibury Road

Hotels in Hong Kong

iSquare Hong Kong

The Peninsula Hong Kong offers old world charm, a Roman-style indoor pool, a 12,000 square foot spa, 8 award-winning restaurants and bars including a rooftop restaurant, marble bathrooms, spa bathtubs, Blu-Ray players, LED TVs, free WiFi, interactive bedside panels, LED touchscreen wall panels, hot tubs, an on-site shopping arcade, well-equipped function rooms, a fitness center and a business center. Felix (modern European restaurant), The Lobby (restaurant), Chanel (clothing store), Spring Moon (Chinese restaurant), RS Fashions (custom tailor) and more are within range.

From here Hong Kong Space Museum, SOGO Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong Museum of Art, MTR Tsim Sha Tsui Station, iSquare Hong Kong, Hong Kong Cultural Centre, 1881 Heritage and Harbour City are 0.1 miles, Clock Tower and The Sun Arcade are 0.2 miles, Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal, The Landmark and Times Square Hong Kong are 1.3 miles, Lan Kwai Fong is 1.4 miles, Hong Kong Stadium is 1.9 miles, Victoria Peak is 2.2 miles and Hong Kong International Airport is 15.1 miles.

Approximate cost per night (superior suite): $1,118

Cost per person (three people): $372

 

 

 

Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong

8 Finance Street

Hotels in Hong Kong

ifc Hong Kong

With floor-to-ceiling windows, panoramic harbor views, free WiFi, 2 Michelin-awarded restaurants, spacious rooms, air conditioning, 42-inch flat-screen TVs, iPod docking stations, Nespresso machines, marble bathrooms, deep soaking tubs, walk-in rain showers, a spa with steam rooms and saunas, a 24-hour fitness center and laundry and babysitting services, Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong sits near Jean-Paul Hévin Chocolatier, Yo Mama (frozen yogurt shop), IFC Rooftop Garden, Godiva Chocolatier, The Beer Bay (bar) and more.

You’ll find ifc Hong Kong 0.1 miles, MTR Hong Kong Station, Central Star Ferry Pier, The Center, Central Market, Hong Kong, Mid-Levels Escallator and Connaught Place 0.2 miles, World Wide House, The Mixing Bowl and MTR Sheung Wan Station 0.3 miles, Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal, The Landmark, Lan Kwai Fong and SoHo 0.4 miles, Harbour City 1 mile, Wong Tai Sin Temple 4.5 miles and Hong Kong International Airport 14.2 miles from here.

Approximate cost per night (grand king suite): $1,052

Cost per person (three people): $351

 

 

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The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong

International Commerce Centre

Hotels in Hong Kong

Elements Hong Kong

Featuring free WiFi, the highest bar in the world, 5 restaurants including 2 that are Michelin rated, panoramic harbor views, large windows, 400-thread count linens, feather pillows, rainshowers, flat-screen TVs, Blu-Ray players, Nespresso machines, a heated indoor pool, a well-equipped gym and laundry and concierge services, The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong is close to Dragon Seal Restaurant & Bar (Chinese restaurant), Tin Lung Heen (Cantonese restaurant), OZONE (bar), Tosca (Italian restaurant), Dragon Seal Restaurant & Bar, Le 39V (restaurant), Sky 100 Hong Kong Observation Deck, La Maison Du Chocolat, Cafe Boheme (Italian restaurant), Hooman By The Sea (art cafe) and more.

Elements Hong Kong, MTR Kowloon Station, International Commerce Centre and Union Square Hong Kong are 0.1 miles, Hong Kong West Kowloon Station is 0.2 miles, MTR Austin Station is 0.4 miles, China Hong Kong City is 0.5 miles, Hong Kong Heritage Discovery Centre is 0.6 miles, Kowloon Park is 0.7 miles, Harbour City is 0.8 miles, Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal is 1.1 miles, SoHo and The Landmark are 1.5 miles, Lan Kwai Fong is 1.6 miles, Victoria Peak is 2.3 miles and Hong Kong International Airport is 14.4 miles from this locale.

Approximate cost per night (deluxe Victoria harbor suite): $806

 

 

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Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong

5 Connaught Road

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Prince’s Building Hong Kong

Offering spacious and elegant rooms, 37-inch flat-screen TVs, 10 dining options with 1 being Michelin rated, a spa, a fitness center, floor-to-ceiling windows, panoramic city and harbor views, iPod docking stations, minibars, a spa with a steam room, jacuzzi and sauna, a fitness center and an indoor heated pool, Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong is near Café Causette, Clipper Lounge (buffet restaurant), Pierre (French restaurant), Man Wah (Chinese restaurant), China Club HK (social club), Cipriani Hong Kong (Italian restaurant), Lawry’s The Prime Rib (restaurant), Mott 32 (Chinese restaurant), Beefbar Hong Kong (restaurant), Foxglove (Cantonese restaurant), Arcane (Western restaurant) and more.

This hotel is within feet of MTR Central Station, 0.1 miles from Statue Square, Prince’s Building Hong Kong, Connaught Place, The Landmark, World Wide House, Central Ferry Pier, HSBC Main Building, Hong Kong City Hall and Hanart TZ Gallery, 0.2 miles from Lan Kwai Fong, 0.5 miles from SoHo, 0.7 miles from Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal, 1 mile from Victoria Peak, 1.5 miles from Times Square Hong Kong and 14.5 miles from Hong Kong International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (harbor view suite): $1,053

 

 

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The Upper House

Pacific Place

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Pacific Place Hong Kong

The Upper House provides panoramic harbor and city views, a modern fitness center, free weekend yoga classes, free WiFi, spacious and elegant rooms, flat-screen TVs, rain showers, free minibars and iPod touches. Asia Society Hong Kong Center, Olympic Square (amphitheater), Vantage Point (observation deck), Hong Kong Park, Hong Kong Park Playground, Pici Wanchai (Italian restaurant), kapok St. Francis Yard (fashion accessories store), O.N.S (men’s clothing store) and more are within range.

From this spot Pacific Place Hong Kong is 0.1 miles, MTR Admiralty Station, Hong Kong Central Government Complex, Far East Finance Centre and 7XSmarter Playroom in Wanchai are 0.2 miles, The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, Choco L’ART Studio, Hung Shing Temple – Wan Chai, Hong Kong Park and Hong Kong Arts Centre are 0.3 miles, The Landmark is 0.6 miles, Victoria Peak, Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal and Harbour City 1.2 miles, Ocean Park is 2.7 miles and Hong Kong International Airport is 15 miles.

Approximate cost per night (upper suite): $2,554

 

 

 

K11 ARTUS

18 Salisbury Road

Hotels in Hong Kong

Avenue of Stars Hong Kong

K11 ARTUS has express check-in and check-out, a 24-hour gym, free WiFi, a bar, a 24-hour front desk, a restaurant, an outdoor pool, air conditioning, hot tubs, hairdryers, desks, wardrobes, flat-screen TVs, a sauna, a sun terrace and newspapers. YumMee (restaurant), Patagonia (outdoor sports store), DAMA (restaurant), DarkSide (cocktail bar), XX (bar), PERROTIN (art gallery), Holt’s Café, The Legacy House (Chinese restaurant), Arabica (coffee store) and more are in the area.

Avenue of Stars Hong Kong, SOGO Tsim Sha Tsui and Signal Hill Garden are 0.1 miles, Hong Kong Museum of Art, Hong Kong Space Museum, MTR East Tsim Sha Tsui Metro Station and MTR Tsim Sha Tsui Station are 0.2 miles, iSquare, Hong Kong Cultural Centre, K11 Shopping Mall and Harbour City are 0.3 miles, Times Square Hong Kong is 1.2 miles, Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal is 1.4 miles, Lan Kwai Fong is 1.5 miles, Happy Valley Racecourse and SoHo are 1.6 miles and Hong Kong International Airport is 15.3 miles from here.

Approximate cost per night (ARTUS three): $3,575

Cost per person (six people): $595

 

 

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Hotel Stage

1 Chi Wo Street

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Providing modern-style, air conditioning, flat-screen TVs, city views, a fitness center, a 24-hour front desk, car hire, ticketing service and luggage storage, Hotel Stage is situated close to Ex South Kowloon Magistracy (historical landmark), Pacific Ocean Sports Centre (dive shop), Kai Kai Dessert (dessert restaurant) and more.

This locale is 0.1 miles from Temple Street Night Market, 0.2 miles from Tin Hau Temple, MTR Jordan Station and Jade Market, 0.3 miles from King’s Park Hockey Centre and Hong Kong International Hobby and Toy Museum, 0.4 miles from MTR Yau Ma Tei Station, Yau Ma Tei Theatre, Yau Ma Tei Wholesale Fruit Market and Bruce Lee Club, 0.9 miles from Harbour City, 1.8 miles from Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal, 2.1 miles from The Landmark and Lan Kwai Fong, 2.6 miles from Hong Kong Stadium, 2.9 miles from Victoria Peak and 15.1 miles from Hong Kong International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (family suite): $1,928

Cost per person (three people): $642

 

 

 

The Fleming Hong Kong

41 Fleming Road

Hotels in Hong Kong

Central Plaza Hong Kong

With classic style, free WiFi, luxurious bathrooms, flat-screen TVs, minibars, a 24-hour front desk, currency exchange, ticketing and concierge services, luggage storage, pressing, dry cleaning and laundry services and a restaurant, The Fleming Hong Kong is close to Pirata Hong Kong (Italian restaurant), The Optimist (Spanish restaurant), Zahrabel Dining Club (Lebanese restaurant), Urban Diver (outdoor sports store), Burger Home (hamburger restaurant) and more.

Central Plaza Hong Kong and Harbour Centre are 0.1 miles, MTR Wan Chai Station and Wanchai Tower are 0.2 miles, Hong Kong Arts Centre, The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, Wan Chai Market, Wan Chai Ferry Pier, Wanchai Livelihood Place and Hung Shing Temple – Wan Chai are 0.3 miles, Times Square Hong Kong is 0.5 miles, Happy Valley Racecourse is 0.6 miles, Hong Kong Stadium is 1 mile, Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal is 1.6 miles, Ocean Park is 2.8 miles and Hong Kong International Airport is 15.5 miles from this hotel.

Approximate cost per night: $124

 

 

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One96

196 Queen’s Road Central

Hotels in Hong Kong

The Mixing Bowl Hong Kong

One96 features large windows, city views, penthouse harbor views, dry cleaning and ironing services, laundry facilities, housekeeping services and smartphones with WiFi hotspot functions and long distance calling. The Chairman (Cantonese restaurant), Nagahama No.1 Ramen, Cô Thành Restaurant (Vietnamese), Ginger Whisky Bar, Velo 6 (cafe), Ronin (Japanese restaurant), Visage One (bar) and more are in the vicinity.

From this hotel The Mixing Bowl Hong Kong is within feet, MTR Sheung Wan Station is 0.1 miles, Man Mo Temple, SoHo, The Center, Cat Street, Mid-Levels Escallator, Central Market, Hong Kong, Western Market and Dr Sun Yat-sen Museum are 0.2 miles, Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal is 0.3 miles, Lan Kwai Fong and The Landmark are 0.4 miles, Victoria Peak is 1 mile, Ocean Park is 3.4 miles, Wong Tai Sin Temple is 4.8 miles and Hong Kong International Airport is 14 miles.

Approximate cost per night: $239

 

 

 

The Jervois

89 Jervois Street

Hotels in Hong Kong

Cat Street Hong Kong

Offering custom interiors, private elevator lobbies, large windows, natural light, warm tones, fine wood, leather, fabric and marble finishings, flat-screen TVs, personal safes, free WiFi, rain showers, a business center, laundry facilities, daily maid service, a 24-hour front desk and smartphones with WiFi hotspot function and free long distance calls, The Jervois is near Pokeworld (Japanese Western restaurant), Yakiniku Great (restaurant), Tartes & Pop (patisserie) and more.

You may find The Mixing Bowl, MTR Sheung Wan Station, Cat Street Hong Kong, Man Mo Temple and Western Market are 0.1 miles, Asia Art Archive, SoHo, St. Matthew’s Church and Dr Sun Yat-sen Museum are 0.2 miles, The Center and Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal are 0.3 miles, Lan Kwai Fong is 0.4 miles, The Landmark is 0.5 miles, Victoria Peak is 1 mile, Hong Kong Stadium is 2.6 miles and Hong Kong International Airport is 13.9 miles from this location.

Approximate cost per night (two-bedroom suite): $957

Cost per person (four people): $239

 

 

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Hong Kong House Boat

Unit 1623 One Island South

Hotels in Hong Kong

Hong Kong Academy of Medicine

Boasting unique accommodations, Hong Kong House Boat has a terrace, a balcony, air conditioning, free WiFi, patios, fully-equipped kitchens, seating areas, flat-screen TVs, washing machines, hot tubs, hairdryers and electric tea pots. Nearby are Aberdeen West Typhoon Shelter (tourist attraction), Po Toi Ferry Terminal, Sushi Masa (authentic Japanese restaurant), Island Junks (boat rentals/parties) and more.

Aberdeen Athletic Field and Hong Kong Academy of Medicine are 0.2 miles, Blindspot Gallery is 0.3 miles, Ocean Park Cable Car is 0.5 miles, Jumbo Kingdom is 0.6 miles, Ocean Park is 0.7 miles, Horizon Plaza is 1.4 miles, Edge Gallery and Pak Tai Temple are 1.7 miles, Hong Kong House of Stories and Happy Valley Racecourse are 1.8 miles, Hong Kong Stadium is 2.1 miles, Times Square Hong Kong is 2.2 miles, The Landmark and Lan Kwai Fong are 2.4 miles and Hong Kong International Airport is 15.6 miles from this house boat.

Approximate cost per night (holiday home): $572

Cost per person (seven people): $82

 

 

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As you can see, hotels in Hong Kong are some of the best you’ll find in all of Asia. We hope you have found your perfect accommodation and that you enjoy your time in the Pearl of the Orient!

20 Replies to “Hotels in Hong Kong”

  1. I’ve always wanted to visit Hong Kong on vacation, maybe mainland China as well but I’m admittedly worried about the Communist government there. With all the protests in Hong Kong right now how do you think it would affect a vacation there? Would a cheap hotel in Hong Kong be available away from the strife? Or would it be relatively okay for tourists to move around and not get caught up in the protesting on the streets? Thanks for any advice you can offer me on a good cheap hotel in Hong Kong. Appreciate it.

  2. Hi

    It is great to know that Hong Kong was colonized by the British and that it has the highest number of skyscrapers. I see in some movies how beautiful this city is. Looking at the view you provided proved that to be true. In my map, one of the places I would love to visit is Hong Kong. I’ve never been there before and do not have anyone who has. I just love the view. I initially thought that a beautiful city like this will cost a fortune to find a hotel.

    The hotel prices are quite cheap. They look beautiful and have view. Please, which of these hotels is closest to the airport?

    Thanks for sharing this beautiful culture.

  3. Hi,

    This is extremely helpful as I am going to Hong Kong early in 2021. We are already looking to book our flights and hotel to ensure we have everything in place as I know HK is extremely popular. 

    I love the fact that you have told us what is nearby to the hotel, almost like a tour of the local area in one article. Impressive. Your list of hotels and apartments give me everything I need to start to formulate a plan of where I’m staying and where I can go during the day and evening.

    Many Thanks

    Tony

  4. When you visit an Asian location like China or Hongkong, it is best to maximize your Asian travel experience by staying in hotels with truly Asian ambiance. Don’t check-in at hotels that mimic European styles but rather with hotels that have designs native to Asians. In this regard, I’ll go for SuiteDream Boutique Apartment and Butterfly on Wellington Boutique Hotel Central. Among the cheap hotels in Hongkong list here, these two have the most Asian in nature, in design and ambiance.

  5. Hong Kong is one of the very big cities in the whole of China but I have not thought of going there yet because of some relations issue around here. I really hope though that someday, I will be able to visit. The hotels you showed here are both pocket friendly but still top of the game. I will like to go sometime to the beautiful city. Thanks for gathering such good information on the platform.

  6. Great resource for travel. These hotels are absolutely gorgeous and I could definitely see myself staying in many of them. It is great that you have found such beautiful hotels at such affordable rates. Hong Kong is on my list of places to travel and this will help with accommodations. Thank you.

  7. Hi this site is so helpful! my friends were in hong-kong on a 4 days business trip, and they actually confirmed that its so hard  to find good but cheap accommodation. Then i remembered this site and told them about  ‘Butterfly on Morrison Boutique Hotel Causeway Bay’ and where it is located.  Up to now they are still thanking me,  all thanks to this site. 

  8. Thanks you for giving the information on this very nice hotels in Hong Kong. They are very cost effective. On the first of your list is a very nice looking hotel that I like a lot. The Butterfly on Wellington Boutique Hotel Central is a beauty to behold. I really like it. Thanks for sharing this here. I have a friend who is looking to travel to China. He will be very glad to use this as a guide

  9. Hi,

    Thanks a lot for your article.This is extraordinarily beneficial as I am going to Hong Kong early in 2021. We are already seeking to e-book our flights and hotel to make certain we have everything in region as I know HK is extraordinarily famous.

    I love the fact that you have instructed us what is close by to the lodge, nearly like a excursion of the neighborhood location in a single article. Impressive. Your listing of hotels and flats deliver me the whole lot I want to start to formulate a plan of wherein I’m staying and in which I can go at some stage in the day and nighttime.keep sharing!

  10. Hello!

    Hong Kong is a very beautiful city (as a matter of fact, it’s similar to a state). Many tall buildings – after all, you tell us it has the largest number of skyscrapers in the world – and their hotels have wonderful insights like in Tsing Fung Street and Tung Lo Wan Road – in my opinion these two, along with Morrison Hill Road, offer the most beautiful looks.

    That yellowish mirror in Tsing Fung (I hope I spelled it correctly) is lovely! A fascinating color that would make a tourist hire that room with pleasure. In Hong Kong there are lots of things to see.

    Best regards,

    Peter

    1. Peter thank you for the insights on Hong Kong and great observation with the yellowish mirror. It’s a very unique look indeed 🙂

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