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Hong Kong Hotels

Hotels in Hong Kong are as popular with the locals as they are with tourists. A lot of the best restaurants, bars and spas can be found in the city’s top stays, which mostly overlook Victoria Harbour. Many upscale spots in Hong Kong also serve delicious afternoon tea sets that are well worth trying. Boutique hotels are only just starting to take off and can be difficult to find. It’s a similar story for cheap stays as high rents means there are only a few around, usually in central locations.

The Hong Kong hotels below have been grouped into three pricing categories:
Luxury (over HK$3,000)
Moderate (HK$1,200 to HK$3,000)
Cheap (up to HK$1,200)

These Hong Kong hotel prices are for a double room per night, including breakfast but excluding service charge and tax, unless otherwise specified. All hotel bills in Hong Kong are subject to 10% service charge.


Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong

This 399-room uber-luxury hotel is one of the finest hotels in Hong Kong. Magnificent harbour views, exquisite service, complimentary standard Wi-Fi, a suite of fine restaurants and bars, and a spacious spa with 17 treatment rooms are combined with a superb location on the Hong Kong waterfront, with easy access to the Star Ferry terminal, the Central bar and restaurant districts and the IFC Shopping mall.

Address: Central, 8 Finance Street, Hong Kong,
Telephone: +852 3196 8888.

Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong

The Mandarin Oriental, which overlooks Victoria Harbour from its perch right in the middle of Central, is a Hong Kong institution. The 501 rooms are known for their elegance, and its tearooms and buffets also enjoy a loyal following. The lobby has style to spare with a somewhat recherché art deco flavour.

Address: Central, 5 Connaught Road, Hong Kong,
Telephone: +852 2522 0111.

The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong

 The five star hotel offers magnificent city or harbor views from all 312 guest rooms. It is an elevated luxury experience to stay in one of the most distinctive five star hotels in the Tsim Sha Tsui area of Hong Kong. A contemporary and exclusive haven of East meets West modern décor, highlighted by local artwork.

Address: Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, 102-118 International Commerce Center, No.1 Austin Road West, Hong Kong,
Telephone: +852 2263 2263

The Upper House

Andre Fu, one of Asia’s most heralded designers, is the man behind this hip hotel, which has won awards and garnered much press in recent years. Rooms are located from the 38th floor upwards, with staggering views and decor to match (think: bamboo walls and limestone bathrooms). Facilities are first rate, with a lounge and gym, plus a garden for lolling in.

Address: Admiralty, 88 Pacific Place, Queensway, Hong Kong,
Telephone: +852 2918 1838.


Hotel ICON

 This 4.5 star hotel is situated in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, offering a unique window on Hong Kong and the most vibrant and genuine experience of city life. It provides delicious local and international cuisine, cocktails on the club floor, a stylish pool and also spa floor.

Address: Kowloon, 17 Science Museum Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Hong Kong,
Telephone: +852 3400 1000

J Plus Hotel by YOO

Meaning 'home' in Mandarin, JIA is the first boutique hotel in Asia designed by Philippe Starck. This Hong Kong hotel has 32 studios and 24 suites including two luxurious duplex penthouses, all of which include fully equipped kitchens, marble bathrooms and home theatre systems. Guests are also entitled to exclusive perks such as entry to slick private members clubs, complementary champagne in selected bars, and a free harbour cruise.

Address: Causeway Bay, 1-5 Irving Street, Hong Kong,
Telephone: +852 3196 9000.

The Luxe Manor

The interior of this quirky Hong Kong hotel is a charming mix of grand old architecture fused with the surrealist art and design of the early 20th century. There are 153 rooms and 6 themed suites, each with marble bathrooms, and six themed suites ranging from Nordic to Safari. For Italian fine dining, head to the hotel's restaurant, Aspasia, or sip a cocktail in Dada bar.

Address: Tsim Sha Tsui, 39 Kimberley Road, Hong Kong,
Telephone: +852 3763 8888.

W Hong Kong

This design-led Hong Kong hotel offers incredible skyline views from all 393 rooms. The interior draws on inspiration from the environment with tree-like columns in the main entrance, and the rooftop swimming pool on the 76th floor is one of the highest in the world. Its plush lounge, the Living Room, is great too.

Address: West Kowloon, 1 Austin Road West, Hong Kong,
Telephone: +852 3717 2222.


Bishop Lei International House

This 4-star hotel and hostel, located on Robinson Road, is owned and run by the Catholic Diocese of Hong Kong. Rooms are small but comfortable, with en-suite bathrooms, and many offer splendid panoramic views of Victoria Harbour and the towers of Central. Décor is simple but clean and well maintained. The hotel has a swimming pool and basic business facilities.

Address: Central, 4 Robinson Road, Hong Kong,
Telephone: +852 2868 0828.

Espace Elastique B&B

Finding a cheap, homey B&B is more challenging in Hong Kong than most major Asian cities. Thankfully, Espace Elastique fits the bill. Situated on Lantau Island in the village of Tai O, it only has two rooms, which can be found round the back of the charming little restaurant run by the hotel's owner. There's even a rooftop with loungers.

Address: New Territories, 57 Kat Hing Street, ,
Telephone: +852 2985 7002.