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Hotels & accommodations

Our carefully selected range of hotels in Hong Kong will provide you with the greatest level of comfort, facilities and service. First decision will be on which location is right for you: Hong Kong Island or Kowloon? Kowloon is home to Hong Kong’s famous night markets. It’s recommended for first time visitors to the city as it’s not as “busy”. It also has the best views of the skyline and the nightly Symphony of Lights show. Hong Kong Island is where the tallest of the cities skyscrapers can be found. Causeway Bay is also here – this is Hong Kong Island’s prime shopping district, and offers a mix of luxury, mid-range, and bargain shops and malls. This area is recommended for those with limited time and an interest in sightseeing (since it is closer to highlights like Victoria Peak, Aberdeen, and Stanley Market) Once you have chosen your area, decide then between an iconic and glamorous hotel to a simpler but perfectly positioned one. Speak to one of our Destination specialists who will talk you further through the various areas of the city – and dependant on what you plan to do during your visit, will recommend the perfect hotel for you.

Indulgent

Outstanding accommodation with everything you could ever desire

Island Shangri-La

Hong Kong

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Island Shangri-La
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The Peninsula, Hong Kong

Hong Kong

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The Peninsula, Hong Kong

Luxury

Sumptuous accommodation with exceptional services

a bridge over a body of water

Harbour Grand Kowloon

Hong Kong

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Guide Price

 €1,089  pp

Harbour Grand Kowloon
Swimming pool

The Mira Hong Kong

Hong Kong

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The Mira Hong Kong
Le 188° Restaurant & Lounge

Harbour Grand Hong Kong

Hong Kong

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Harbour Grand Hong Kong
Unique

Cordis Hong Kong

Hong Kong

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Cordis Hong Kong

Deluxe

Superior accommodation with extensive facilities

The Park Lane Hong Kong, a Pullman Hotel

Hong Kong

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Average: 4.5 (1 vote)
The Park Lane Hong Kong, a Pullman Hotel
a living room filled with furniture and a large window

Dorsett Wanchai

Hong Kong

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Average: 4.5 (1 vote)
Dorsett Wanchai

Trusted

Comfortable accommodation with reasonable amenities

Middle Row Bar

Kowloon Hotel

Hong Kong

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Kowloon Hotel
a building with a pool table

Metropark Hotel Causeway Bay HK

Hong Kong

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Metropark Hotel Causeway Bay HK

Lanson Place

Hong Kong

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Lanson Place
a bridge over a body of water

Hotel Jen, Hong Kong

Hong Kong

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Average: 4.5 (1 vote)
Hotel Jen, Hong Kong