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A welcome addition to the range of Hong Kong serviced apartments, Japanese-owned Causeway Corner has 105 units that come with showers, microwave oven, fridge, eating utensils and twice-a-week maid service...
The Upper House
Every corner of this boutique hotel spells zen-like serenity – the understated lobby, the sleek eco-minded rooms, the elegant sculptures, the warm and discreet service and the manicured lawn where guests can join free yoga classes...
Hyatt Regency Hong Kong Tsim Sha Tsui
Top marks to this Tsim Sha Tsui classic, which has reopened at a new address next to the K11 shopping mall. Though not superfluously opulent, it exudes understated elegance and the composure of a true classic. Staff are warm, helpful and knowledgeable...
If you don’t mind trading 20 extra minutes on the MTR for an excellent budget option, you’ll be rewarded with large, clean and cheerful rooms in Chai Wan (not Wan Chai!) The beaches and bazaar of Stanley are only 15 minutes away by bus from the 16X bu...
Sunny Day Hotel Mongkok
This 39-room hotel has small rooms overlooking Reclamation St and Langham Pl. The warm russet walls in the lift lobbies are a nice touch, but the litter outside the windows is a reminder that this is Mong Kok. The staff are quite helpful.
Ozo Wesley Hong Kong
The rooms look a bit tired and service is somewhat lax. But if price and location matter more than service, this is a good option – rates can dip to $700. There are renovated rooms upwards from the 15th floor.
Mingle At The Eden
It may call itself a ‘boutique hotel in Central’, but with rates posted as ‘3 hours extended session’ and the like, we know what this place is up to… Still, it is probably the most luxurious knocking shop you’ll stay in. Rooms are comfortable but small.
Mingle By The Park
The most interesting hotel in the Mingle Place chain, this five-storey hotel is housed in a restored 1960s tenement building with a balcony and a lovely terrazzo staircase. Rooms are thoughtfully decorated with quirky ‘60s paraphernalia...
Located 10 minutes from Soho, Sohotel reminds one of a love hotel, with its red and black reflective surfaces and heavy drapes. The rooms are clean and new, but the smallest ones are claustrophobic and the suites won’t let you do cartwheels either...
Equinox Mercury Serviced Apartments
This place has modest (under 500 sq ft) studio apartments and two-bed flats (980 sq ft) furnished in white and glass. Units facing the harbour (west) get little reprieve from the sun from mid-afternoon till sunset...
Empire Hotel Hong Kong Wan Chai
With its sunny staff, pleasant rooms, outdoor swimming pool and fitness centre on the 21st-floor terrace, the 360-room Empire is a good option and an easy hop from the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre. Enter from Fenwick St.
This almost-boutique 64-room hotel, tucked away on relatively quiet Minden Ave, is well located for both Tsim Sha Tsui and East Tsim Sha Tsui stations, and very reasonable value...
The Kowloon Hotel
The Kowloon Hotel has a dated feel about it, with its 1990s techno aesthetic and a lobby that resembles an airport lounge. Nevertheless, the hotel is popular for its unflappable service, central location and decent if rather small rooms...
The Bauhinia Hotel Central
This very central outfit has more than 110 furnished and serviced flats on offer. Prices usually depend on whether you want an open or enclosed kitchen, and include daily cleaning, wired broadband, cooking utensils and crockery, and laundry facilities...
Regal Airport Hotel
A simple undercover shuffle from the airport terminal is this stylish hotel with more than 1100 sleek and easily accessible rooms, many with futuristic runway views. There’s a splashy indoor/outdoor pool complex and half a dozen restaurants...
Eaton, Hong Kong
Leave the chaos of Nathan Rd behind as you step into the Eaton’s grand lobby. The rooms are relatively large and most, except some of the ‘superior’ rooms, are well maintained. Staff are courteous and there’s a rooftop pool...
The Peninsula Hong Kong
Lording it over the southern tip of Kowloon, Hong Kong’s finest hotel evokes colonial elegance. Your main dilemma will be how to get here: landing on the rooftop helipad or arriving in one of the hotel’s 14-strong fleet of Rolls Royce Phantoms...
Right next door to the Hong Kong Arts Centre and a mere stroll to the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre and Wan Chai ferry terminal, this 320-room, YMCA-run hotel is excellent value...
Cosmopolitan Hotel Hong Kong
The views here are unusual – Hong Kong Cemetery to the south and the Happy Valley Racecourse to the east. If tombstones spook you out, request a room with frosted windows; that said, rooms facing the racecourse are supposed to have better feng shui...
Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Sha Tin
Despite an unremarkable exterior, the Hyatt Regency is the plushest hotel in the New Territories, and it makes the best of its location. Most rooms have peerless views overlooking Tolo Harbour or the rolling hills of Sha Tin...
Ramada Hong Kong Hotel
Above a lobby decked out in carpeted opulence are 300 stuffy-looking but adequate rooms. Sure, the mattresses could be softer and the shower stalls roomier, but you really can’t beat the rates, which can drop to $440 when it’s quiet...
Regal Riverside Hotel
This enormous hotel is not very appealing from the outside, but inside the rooms are well decorated and surprisingly spacious for Hong Kong. Those overlooking the Shing Mun River have excellent views. MTR exit A is inside Shatin New Town Plaza...