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Nathan Hotel Kowloon, Hong Kong

Everything was nice. I can strongly recommend this hotel without any doubts. Hotel staff was very helpful. The check in time for this hotel is 3 PM which is usually 2 PM in other hotels of Hong Kong. We reached early at 12.00 hours and they allowed us to check in by 1 PM since we our infant daughter was hungry and was crying. Thanks to them.


family Traveller

Ah Shan Hostel, Hong Kong

I am not sure if one can call this a hotel. Its actually sets of rooms in different portions of a big building called 'sincere mansion'. There are other hostels/hotels and residents living in the building. But if you are on a budget and just want a place to crash, this is a good place to stay considering the price, location, free hot/cold water and common fridge thats provided. The lady at the reception was helpful and gave printed directions. The room and the toilet were really cramped. But one has to keep in mind that this is hong kong were living space is a luxury. There are no facilities like a restaurant, that you would expect at a hotel here. Its just a private room with a toilet, a normal bed and a TV. But that's enough if you want to save money and are in Hong Kong to be outdoors most of the time.


Couple Traveller

Ibis Hong Kong Central and Sheung Wan Hotel, Hong Kong

The rooms are small but functional and beautiful. Perfect location but hotel has no services. No pool. Not even help to carry your luggage. Restaurant food is good but service sucks. Laundry and room services are very good.


Solo Traveller

Royal View Hotel Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Booked a three bedroom suite and one twin bedroom. The view from top floor 3 bedroom is fantastic! It's just by the river and gives a perfect view of the city, river, hills and bridges. The hotel staff is good and location is awesome.


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BEST WESTERN Hotel Causeway Bay Hong Kong, Hong Kong

It was absolutely stupid hotel. No staff to escort you to room We had to carry our own luggage to the room. We had paid a whopping amount for a room where you can fit in the bed. Never take this hotel for a stay Location is in the outskirt of causeway bay. They post the pics online as if its a great property but its all fake


Solo Traveller

Metropark Hotel Kowloon, Hong Kong

Very good property and good service value for money. Will recommend to our friends too. Nice stay and relaxed. Very good view of the hotel at the windows. Food was tasty and services people are really good and friendly


Group Traveller

The Park Lane Hong Kong, a Pullman Hotel, Hong Kong

Good location, good service, big room but a little dirty of the carpet.



Hotel 36 Hong Kong, Hong Kong

This hotel is good in terms of location-wise and value-wise. But the carpet, window-ledge, and table may look a little shabby due to less than frequent cleaning. Bed and towels very clean. Service is great, they helped me dealt with an entry-card issue. May get better marks if this hotel has other services or facilities. I guess it is originally intended to be a 2 star hotel because I saw a licensed guesthouse" logo.



The Vela Hong Kong Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

Hotel was nice, but rooms were very small. No microwaves provided. Instead they charged extra for taking a microwave. Location was amazing, just 5 min walk from Causeway Bay MTR station and Times Square. Hotel staff was very cooperative and very helpful in guiding regarding the tour routes.


Couple Traveller

Royal Park Hotel, Hong Kong

Great Service. Very good location. Very convenience to go around because of very close to MTR and just walking distance to huge shopping mall. Impressive!



Hotel Panorama by Rhombus, Hong Kong

I stayed in Panorama By Rhombus for 5 days. Overall everything about the hotel was fine. Excellent location, easy access to MTR and there are many clubs and eateries around the hotel. It is a very busy place and the area is bustling even at 3am. Will definitely come back.


Group Traveller

Brighton Hotel Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Royal Plaza Hotel Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Perfect location for market / shopping lovers. Very good facilities though not so guest friendly ... But all said and done .. It is a value for money if travelling with family. Nice rooms but poor room service.


Family Traveller

Holiday Inn Express Causeway Bay Hong Kong, Hong Kong

This hotel is just behind a big shopping complex - Timesquare and there are lots of restaurants and shopping centres nearby. (There are a few restaurants in the same building of the hotel - we tried the chinese restaurant on 3/F and it's highly recommended!). Staff are always friendly and helpful. There are no bell boys in the hotel but the security staff carried our luggage to our room after we checked in (without asking for any tips). We had a twin room with 2 single beds plus 1 sofa bed which is quite spacious in HK standard - you can tell the furnishing is a bit old but overall it is acceptable and clean. The toilet was blocked one day but it was quickly fixed after we informed housekeeping about the issue. Given that the hotel is in a great location, we would definitely come back again in our next stay in HK.



The Royal Pacific Hotel & Towers Kowloon, Hong Kong

It was pleasant stay rooms are clean and spacious very near to Harbour and shopping market. Staff is very good and cooperative best thing they don't ask for deposit while check in easy access to Macau ferry.


Solo Traveller

About Hong Kong Hotels Booking

Hong Kong hotels are known to offer the best of modern facilities and excellent hospitality. Located at some of the major areas of the city and close to some wonderful waterfronts, these hotels in Hong Kong are nothing short of a paradise for travellers. To know more about these properties, you can check the Hong Kong hotels list on In case you also wish to explore the city in the best possible manner, then you can also choose Hong Kong hotels packages, which include both accommodation and local sightseeing. Be it Hong Kong resorts or hotels, the experience of staying at these properties is something that you will cherish for a long time.

Budget Hotels in Hong Kong

Wan Chai, Silver Mine Bay, Mongkok, Tsim Sha Tsui, Yau Ma Tei and Kwun Tong are some of the areas where most budget hotels in Hong Kong are located. These properties offer all basic amenities that are sufficient for guests who wish to spend more time exploring the city. As a result, these lowest price hotels in Hong Kong are quite popular among travellers. A good feature of these cheap hotels in Hong Kong is that they can be easily reached from any part of the city using local transport services.

Hong Kong Hotels by Star Rating

If you are looking for opulent accommodation, then you will not be disappointed as there are many luxury hotels in Hong Kong. Areas like Hong Kong Airport, Mongkok, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong Disneyland, Wan Chai and Causeway Bay house these 4 star and 5 star hotels in Hong Kong.

These plush properties lie in proximity to major business and leisure hubs of the city. In addition, these 5 star and 4 star hotels in Hong Kong can be easily reached from the international airport. If you are looking for more affordable options, then 3 star hotels in Hong Kong can be a good choice for you.

Popular Areas/Attractions in Hong Kong

The city of Hong Kong is considered among the top cities of the world because of its location and it being a financial hub. In terms of tourism as well, it is among the popular destinations of Southeast Asia. Home to attractions like Hong Kong Disneyland, Clock Tower, Lantau Island, Lamma Island, Victoria Peak and Po Lin Monastery, this place receives millions of visitors every year. Besides exploring its major attractions, tourists prefer to shop in the city at places like Temple Street Night Market and Ladies Market.

Hong Kong Hotels Tariff

Honk Kong hotel tariff rates range from INR 1069 to INR 66698 per room for a night. These variations in price depend upon the star rating of the accommodation, along with its facilities, location, season of travel and connectivity. To know more about Hong Kong hotel rates, you can take assistance from In addition, you can also avail the great hotel deals on its website and mobile app.

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Things to do in Hong Kong

  • ● Victoria Harbour: The lively Victoria Harbour is considered to be Hong Kong’s lifeline and with its countless container vessels and striking coastline it presents a spectacular view.

  • ● Peak Tower: If there is one place that you cannot miss on your trip to Hong Kong, it is the Peak Tower. Perched at a height of 396 metres above sea level, it is one of the most chic architectural icons in Hong Kong.

  • ● Madame Tussaud’s Hong Kong: Get up close and personal with A-list celebrities, sporting legends, political heavyweights and historical icons reliving the times, events and moments that made the world talk about them. The world-renowned wax museum, better known for its life-like wax portraits offers its visitors a fun and interactive celebrity experience.

  • ● Sky 100 Hong Kong Observation Deck: A 60 second hi-speed lift gets you to the 100th floor of Hong Kong’s tallest building- Sky 100 Observation Deck. Enjoy awe-inspiring 360-degree views of Kowloon and Victoria Harbour and explore the state-of-the-art interactive exhibition with a multimedia tour of Hong Kong’s history and culture.

  • ● Aberdeen Fishing Village: This is your chance to experience how to ride or stay in a sampan boat as the local fishermen did for the longest time. The ancient fishing port continues to preserve its ancient lifestyle and remains a scenic highlight of your Hong Kong tour.

When to visit Hong Kong

March - April and October - November: These are the best times of the year to visit Hong Kong. The spring time (March - April) sees cool evenings. The months of October and November are agreeable too. Pleasant breezes, perfect amount of sunshine and moderate temperatures are some things which make autumn an ideal time to visit the Island.

What to Eat in Hong Kong

  • ● Dim Sums: This popular bite-sized dish is considered to be the most famous Hong Kong food. With the wide selection of dim sums to choose from for breakfast, lunch and dinner, each meal will be different from the other!

  • ● Hotpot: This age old tradition is best enjoyed in the winter months and has been a favourite with the locals ever since the 1700’s. A good hot pot is made with a choice of ingredients such as beef, lamb, chicken, and other meats, vegetables or seafood, and best enjoyed with a large group of friends and family.

  • ● Sampan Style Crab: Spiced with the pungent flavours of ginger, garlic and chilli, the Sampan style crab is unique to Hong Kong and is a must try.

Nightlife in Hong Kong

  • ● LKF : Hong Kong’s premiere dining and entertainment destination, the cobble-stoned Lan Kwai Fong, popularly known as LKF. Home to over 100 restaurants, bars, clubs and shops, this world-renowned district will leave you spoilt for choice. From award winning restaurants offering Italian, Australian and Spanish cuisine to casual delis offering quick bites, LKF has it all.

  • ● S for SOHO: SOHO on the other hand is the more sophisticated area with its high-end international eateries and fashionable clientele. Stretching from south of Hollywood Road, it is regarded as the multicultural wine, dine, booze, and boogie side of Central.

  • ● Symphony of Lights Show : The Symphony of Lights show is yet another experience without which your trip to Hong Kong is incomplete. As the clock struck 8 pm, the city’s already impressive skyline came to life thanks to A Symphony of Lights, a spectacular multimedia show involving more than 40 buildings from both sides of the Harbour. This orchestrated light and laser show comprising five major themes was like nothing I had ever seen before.

  • ● Tsim Sha Tsui: With its branded shops, Asian boutiques, and countless dining and entertainment options, Tsim Sha Tsui, is a contrast from the glittering island across the harbour. Whether you are a shopaholic, a food lover or someone looking for a cultural experience in Hong Kong, TST with its brightly lit neon lights is a must visit.