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The Royal Garden

69 Mody Road Tsimshatsui East, Kowloon - Map
 
 
4.3 out of 5 (606 reviews)
This family-friendly Kowloon hotel is located in the historical district, within a 10-minute walk of K11 Shopping Mall and The One. Avenue of Stars and Nathan Road Shopping District are also within 15 minutes. More
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Sands Guest House by Las Vegas Hostel Group

Rm 2, 14 Floor, Block C, Chungking, Hong Kong - Map
 
 
Located in Tsim Sha Tsui, this hotel is steps from K11 Shopping Mall and Nathan Road Shopping District. The One and Avenue of Stars are also within 10 minutes. More
Regal Hongkong Hotel - Hong Kong Hotels

Regal Hongkong Hotel

88 Yee Wo Street, Hong Kong - Map
 
 
"very nice hotel close to shops and transport."
The hotel is very nice and clean and the room we had was nice and roomy. All the staff we came across were very friendly and helpful. The roof top pool was lovely and nicely look after. Would recommend this hotel to anyone going to Hong Kong .
Traveller from Queenland Aus
Regal Hongkong Hotel is situated near Times Square and Sogo in the heart of Causeway Bay, a vibrant commercial and shopping district in Hong Kong. The Convention and Exhibition Centre is a 5-minute drive.More
The Mira Hong Kong Hotel - Kowloon Hotels

The Mira Hong Kong Hotel

118 Nathan Road, Kowloon - Map
 
 
"Nice only if you upgrade your room on arrival"
We stayed at the Mira twice, the first time we upgraded and our room was good, facilities were good, however the second time we stayed there we didn’t upgrade and we were shock at the room we were given it was so small we could hardly move around the room without bumping into things there wasn’t even a metre between the bed and bathroom door. The view second time around was looking directly into a really dirty building approx. 8 metres away we had to keep our curtains closed at all times.
A Traveller
Featuring a Michelin-star restaurant, this Kowloon luxury hotel is on famous Nathan Road (the Golden Mile strip of Tsim Sha Tsui) surrounded by shopping malls, entertainment, and restaurants.More
The T Hotel - Hong Kong Hotels

The T Hotel

6/F, VTC Pokfulam Complex, Hong Kong - Map
 
 
"Great value for money in Hong Kong"
From the moment we arrived we were all treated to five star treatment. We were having a stop over from uk to NZ and this was prefect for charging the batteries. Our first time in Hong Kong so we did not appreciate straight away how cheap the room service is so make the most of the beautiful food especially the deserts for a late night treat. We caught the number A10 bus 66 HK dollars return which drops you almost at the door. Good as we have four adults with bags and would have needed two taxis. I Would return to Hong Kong just to stay in this hotel.
Traveller from New Zealand
Located in Pok Fu Lam, this hotel is 1.8 mi (2.9 km) from Cyberport Conference and Exhibition Center and within 9 mi (15 km) of Jumbo Kingdom and Ocean Park. Stanley Market is 9.9 mi (15.9 km) away. More
Royal View Hotel - Tsuen Wan Hotels

Royal View Hotel

353 Castle Peak Road, Tsuen Wan - Map
 
 
3.8 out of 5 (1,728 reviews)
Located near the airport, this family-friendly hotel is within 9 mi (15 km) of Tsing Ma Bridge, Hong Kong Disneyland, and Golden Beach. Mong Kok Computer Centre and Ladies' Market are also within 9 mi (15 km). More
Cordis Hong Kong at Langham Place - Kowloon Hotels

Cordis Hong Kong at Langham Place

555 Shanghai Street, Kowloon - Map
 
 
"Central Mong Kok area"
Central Mong Kok close to MTR and buses. Staff helpful and friendly.
Traveller from Queensland
Linked by bridge to Langham Place Shopping Mall, this 42-story hotel offers access to 300 international shops, restaurants, a multiplex cinema, and the Mongkok subway station. More
InterContinental Grand Stanford Hong Kong - Kowloon Hotels

InterContinental Grand Stanford Hong Kong

70 Mody Road, Kowloon - Map
 
 
"Lovely hotel that exceeded expectations."
Loved the Intercontinental Grand Stanford for a variety of reasons. The staff were very professional and exceeded expectations. The breakfast was amazing with a wide variety of delicious cuisines to choose from. The harbour view from our huge window directly over looked Victoria Harbour and we were lucky enough to have a "birds eye view" of the fireworks on China's National Day. The room was lovely, and it was kept well stocked and maintained by the staff. The location of the hotel suited us as it is centrally located and surrounded by a variety of restaurants and shops. All in all a lovely hotel.
Traveller from Australia
Located in Tsim Sha Tsui, this luxury hotel is within a 15-minute walk of K11 Shopping Mall, The One, and Hong Kong Coliseum. Avenue of Stars and Nathan Road Shopping District are also within 1 mi (2 km). More
L Hotel Island South - Hong Kong Hotels

L Hotel Island South

55 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong - Map
 
 
3.9 out of 5 (1,285 reviews)
Located in relatively quiet Aberdeen, L'hotel Island South is a 5-minute walk from Wong Chuk Hang MTR Station, and a 15- to 20-minute drive from the bustling center of Hong Kong. More
Dorsett Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong - Tsuen Wan Hotels

Dorsett Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong

28 Kin Chuen Street, Tsuen Wan - Map
 
 
3.8 out of 5 (707 reviews)
Located in Kwai Chung, this hotel is 2.6 mi (4.1 km) from Shing Mun Country Park and within 12 mi (20 km) of Harbour City and Hong Kong Disneyland. AsiaWorld-Expo is 17.8 mi (28.7 km) away. More

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    Known as “The Fragrant Harbour,” Hong Kong is waiting for a good sniff—and you should probably include your other senses, too. Located just south of China’s mainland province Guangdong, Hong Kong is like a good date—interesting, fun and smart, with an air of mystery. It’s easy on the eyes, too. Just look at the colourful skyline and delicious bay views! If you’re taking a quick getaway to this city-state in the South China Sea, get ready to hike, browse, shop, sunbathe and eat as much dim sum as you can get your hands on.

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    If you want to start with an overview of the city, take a hike, mate—up to Victoria Peak. Sure, it involves a bit of exercise, but sometimes you have to work for it. And, gosh, it’s pretty. In the nearby Mid-Levels neighbourhood, you can take a break from the urban jungle and get to know your inner flower child at Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens. For a closer look at the country’s heritage, visit Big Buddha at Po Lin Monastery on Lantau Island. If one enormous Buddha won’t do, see how high you can count at Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery near the banks of the Shing Mun River. Finish out the arvo with a trip to Hong Kong Museum of History, located east of Kowloon Park, and tuck in with a high tea service. When night falls, you could turn in early and get a good night’s sleep in one of the top hotels in Hong Kong. Or you could stop by your room for a quick change and head to the north side of the harbour to get your shopping on at the Temple Street Market. Night bazaars are a great place to stuff your face with local treats and to make new friends for going dancing later. Win-win, right?

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    Touch down at Hong Kong International Airport (HKG), north of Lantau Island. Public transportation in Hong Kong is top-notch and it’s busy, so get ready to get around town underground, street-side or floating across the bay by ferry. If you’re in holiday mode and can’t be bothered to make transit connections, hail a taxi for easy access to nearby Hong Kong hotels.

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    Temperatures vary throughout the year, but they are never extreme, so you can still hike, shop, sample and explore year-round. October through May offer very mild weather, and play host to events like Hong Kong WinterFest, Chinese New Year and the Dragon Boat Festival. We’re into that.

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