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Burlington Hotel

55 Hennessy Road, Hong Kong - Map
"Easy, central, reasonably priced"
The location of the hotel was fantastic. It was central to the train station and the staff were friendly.
A Traveller
Dorsett Wanchai Hong Kong (Formerly Cosmopolitan Hotel HK) - Hong Kong Hotels

Dorsett Wanchai Hong Kong (Formerly Cosmopolitan Hotel HK)

387-397, Queen's Road East, Hong Kong - Map
"I will be back!!"
After reading a lot of reviews i decided to stay at the Dorsett during the 31st of october to Friday the 4th of November 2016. The hotel was fantastic. We were upgraded to a grand suite overlooking Happy Valley racecourse and the view was spectacular. The room was beautifully appointed and clean. The king size bed was so nice to jump into after a day of sightseeing. The hotel has a fantastic shuttle bus service every half hour and it made our trip easy to get around the city. I cant fault my experience and i will definitely will be staying at this hotel again. The staff were always helpful and polite. Nothing is far away from the hotels location and the best part was getting out and experiencing the city. The MTR is probably the best transport system anywhere in the world and i have travelled to many places. I rate the hotel 10/10 . Thanks Dorsett I will be back soon. Damian
Traveller from L. sydney
Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong - Hong Kong Hotels

Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong

8 Finance Street, Hong Kong - Map
4.8 out of 5 (368 reviews)
On the waterfront overlooking Victoria Harbour and the financial district, Four Seasons redefines luxury and excellent in a …More
Lan Kwai Fong Hotel @ Kau U Fong - Hong Kong Hotels

Lan Kwai Fong Hotel @ Kau U Fong

3 Kau U Fong, Hong Kong - Map
3.9 out of 5 (1,172 reviews)
Eaton, Hong Kong - Kowloon Hotels

Eaton, Hong Kong

380 Nathan Road, Kowloon - Map
"Good central location for shopping."
Great staff and executive room was excellent. Upgraded from a Smart Room, which was really just too small and not suitable for laptop use on the bench.
A Traveller
Hotel Hart - Kowloon Hotels

Hotel Hart

4 Hart Avenue, Kowloon - Map
The Salisbury -YMCA of Hong Kong - Kowloon Hotels

The Salisbury -YMCA of Hong Kong

41 Salisbury Road, Kowloon - Map
4.4 out of 5 (1,879 reviews)
The Salisbury YMCA of Hong Kong is situated at the tip of KowloonPeninsula by the Victoria Harbor front with magnificent …More
Kowloon Shangri-La, Hong Kong - Kowloon Hotels

Kowloon Shangri-La, Hong Kong

64 Mody Road, Kowloon - Map
"Splendid stay!"
The ghastly humidity in Hong Kong saw us spend much of our time inside - which was a real pleasure. Arriving early in the morning from an international flight, we were offered an upgrade to a suite (and access to the Horizon Club floors). Unfortunately we misunderstood the cost, thinking that the additional fee was for our two nights, but it was actually per night. So, even though it was more expensive than we were expecting, it was really special. Without exception, the staff in this hotel are friendly and generous.
A Traveller
iclub Sheung Wan Hotel - Hong Kong Hotels

iclub Sheung Wan Hotel

138 Bonham Strand, Hong Kong - Map
4.1 out of 5 (1,089 reviews)
Hotel Panorama By Rhombus - Kowloon Hotels

Hotel Panorama By Rhombus

8a Hart Ave, Kowloon - Map
4.0 out of 5 (2,478 reviews)

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    Hotels In Hong Kong

    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.

    Hong Kong is made up of a mainland bordering China, a central island and several smaller islands and islets. So, if you want to book waterfront accommodation in Hong Kong, you’re in luck. There’s plenty. You’ll also be able to find nice digs further inland, and you can make this holiday a whirlwind tour and book hotels in China, too.

    Things to Do in Hong Kong

    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?

    Getting To & Around Hong Kong

    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.

    Best Times to Visit Hong Kong

    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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