From Budget-Friendly to Luxury Suite, These are 12 of the Best Hotels in Hong Kong
Hong Kong is an enormous city. Deciding what to do in Hong Kong is a task in itself. But trying to pick one hotel out of the hundreds scattered across the cityscape can also be a daunting task.
To make it a little easier, here is a quick rundown of some of the best hotels in Hong Kong.
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Best Budget-Friendly Accommodations
In Hong Kong, budget-friendly hotels are those offering double rooms for $75 or less. This category can be a bit of a mixed bag, with some crawling with cockroaches and others offering simple but clean accommodation.
Get it right by opting for one of these:
Anne Black Guesthouse YWCA
Despite the name, this guesthouse welcomes travelers of all genders. It’s everything you want in budget accommodation — cozy, clean rooms with comfortable beds, for a great price.
It’s located in a residential area but still close enough to Hong Kong’s main attractions to make it a worthwhile spot to stay.
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The Evergreen Hotel offers quality accommodation at very affordable prices. The rooms aren’t fancy but they are perfectly serviceable for the price range. Plus, breakfast is included in the price so travelers watching their budgets closely can save some money on meals.
It’s also located in a very convenient spot, so you won’t have any trouble accessing Hong Kong’s sights from here.
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If you don’t mind bunking down in dorm rooms, be sure to book a stay in the Mahjong. As far as hostels go, this is one of the best in Hong Kong.
It’s hip, well-equipped, clean and within walking distance to all of the essential experiences in Hong Kong, so you can save your transport money for street food!
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Closest to the Action
Hong Kong is a great sprawl of a city and wherever you are you’ll find yourself near lively markets and outstanding eateries. If you want to be right in the middle of all the sights though, pick one of these fabulous hotels.
Ovolo is hip and contemporary, with a uniquely contemporary and friendly style.
Most importantly, this award-winning, boutique hotel is a delightful option bang in the middle of the entertainment district. Restaurants, bars and shopping are all just minutes away from the well-appointed suites.
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Butterfly on Wellington
In the middle of Soho, surrounded by the thrum of nightlife and allure of designer stores, the Butterfly on Wellington is ideal for young travelers keen to explore Hong Kong’s urban mystique. It also appeals to anyone with a taste for nostalgia, as this historic hotel has retained much of its old world charm.
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Hotel Madera Hollywood
Anyone who knows how precious space is in Hong Kong will appreciate the spacious rooms at the Hotel Madera Hollywood. Tall and slim, this hotel stays true to its Hollywood theme with murals of the likes of Marilyn Monroe and Charlie Chaplin adorning the walls.
Suites are plush and comfortable, and the hotel opens out onto Hollywood Road right in the center of Hong Kong, in an area where you can enjoy exceptional antique shopping.
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Lovers of Luxe
If you’re lucky enough to have an unlimited budget, splurge on a hotel that delivers every creature comfort imaginable. These hotels are oases of calm and bastions of style in the midst of Hong Kong’s hectic hustle and bustle.
The Landmark Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong
This uber luxe hotel likes to describe itself as an “urban sanctuary.” At the heart of the city’s business and shopping district, the establishment is modern, sleek and fashionable.
The facilities and service are faultless, and the polished wood and curves everywhere will seduce even the most discerning traveler.
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The Peninsula Hong Kong
Also known as the “Grande Dame of the Far East,” the Peninsula is Hong Kong’s oldest hotel. As such, it has decades of history, class and elegance behind it.
The luxurious rooms bring together the distinct heritage of the building with cutting-edge, built-in technology for an experience that ticks all the right boxes.
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A relatively small boutique hotel, Indigo is a refreshingly original change from the many international chain hotels in town. As an upscale and classy place to stay it has lovely rooms, but is most notable for its luxurious rooftop pool, complete with a bar and views of both Hong Kong’s skyline and nearby mountain ranges.
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Sometimes just a bed in a room isn’t enough — you need a little something more. These hotels in Hong Kong are just the ticket.
With more cool than they know what to do with, sleeping in any of these places is an experience in itself.
Hotel ICON is set in the trendy Tsim Sha Tsui area. Every aspect of the hotel is chic and fashionable, with an ultra-modern, luxurious design.
Think floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the harbor and wooden floors, with facilities that include a heated, open-air pool.
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East Hotel Hong Kong
A clean-edged, simple style offset with contemporary art pieces and an understated design makes the East Hotel rank as one of the coolest places to stay in Hong Kong. The interiors of the rooms stay true to Eastern elegance while still catering to modern comforts and environmentally conscious travelers.
You’ll enjoy the natural materials and textures, which create soothing and calm spaces throughout.
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An upscale, luxury hotel, the Mira boasts sleek, contemporary sophistication in its eclectic rooms — each of the nearly 500 rooms is completely unique. Bold color themes and experimental contouring lines are the defining aesthetics in each room, making this hotel an experience in trendy interior design styles.
To top it off, there is a Michelin-starred restaurant on site, making dining easy.