|Most expensive month:||October|
|Average price in Hong Kong:||C$ 181/night|
|Cheapest price found:||C$ 8/night|
|Most expensive day:||Saturday|
Apple Inn - Tsim Sha Tsui - Hostel
Unit 03, 11/F, Hai Phong Mansion, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
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Yha Jockey Club Mt. Davis Youth Hostel
123 Mount Davis Path, Pokfulam, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
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Holiday Inn Express Hong Kong Kowloon East
Tower 4, 3 Tong Tak Street, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
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Royal Plaza Hotel
193 Prince Edward Road West, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
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Conrad Hong Kong
Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
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With its flashing lights and towering skyscrapers, Hong Kong offers one of the world's most recognisable skylines. Yet when visitors explore beneath the towers and the narrow streets they’ll find atmospheric local markets, restaurants, and temples. Travel a few minutes from the skyscrapers and Hong Kong transforms into a place of beaches, remote islands, and idyllic villages.
Hong Kong is famous for a series of islands lying just off the coast of China. However, a large part of the territory is connected to mainland China. This land culminates in Kowloon, the vibrant peninsula district that is amongst the most densely populated places in the world. While it can look chaotic and crowded at first glance, the vibrant atmosphere makes Kowloon an iconic part of the Hong Kong experience and one of the world's most unique travel destinations.
Just across the water from Kowloon is Hong Kong Island, packed with huge skyscrapers and a famous waterfront. This is the famous Hong Kong skyline and the best views come from The Peak, a mountain rising above the cityscape. Every evening, a dazzling light and fireworks show fills 44 skyscrapers around Victoria Harbour in Kowloon, with the best views found on the Hong Kong Island promenade. Another side of Hong Kong is found on the Outlying Islands, where small beaches and quirky villages offer a relaxed atmosphere. The large Lantau island is filled with beaches and mountains, as well as being the home of Disneyland and Hong Kong International Airport. Express trains provide the quickest travel from the airport to Hong Kong Island and Kowloon.
Most visitors get around using the MRT system, a network of underground and overground rail lines. These are complemented by traditional double-decker city trams and local buses. The most scenic way to connect the islands is by public ferry.
Formerly a British territory, Hong Kong is a specially administered region of China that has its own border and immigration. It has its own entry requirements and most visitors don't need a visa, unlike when visiting mainland China. However, note that anyone visiting Hong Kong then returning to China will need a double or multiple entry Chinese visa.
You can find several places worth visiting in Hong Kong. Kwai Tsing District, Eastern District, and Sha Tin District are some of the most popular amongst our users.
Regal Airport Hotel, rated with a score of 8.2 from 135 reviewers, is one of the most popular hotels in Hong Kong. Other top stays include Panda Hotel, with an average rating of 7.5 from 2,099 reviewers, and Cordis, Hong Kong, with a score of 8.9 from 2,158 reviewers.
City Garden Hotel is a hotel near North Point Ferry Pier that is popular with HotelsCombined users, scoring 8.1 across 21 reviews.
The most popular hotel near Tsim Sha Tsui Clock Tower is Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers, with 645 HotelsCombined users scoring it 8.4/10.
Close to Kowloon Park you will find Cordis, Hong Kong, which has a rating of 8.9 over 2,158 HotelsCombined reviews.
The average price of a hotel in Hong Kong has been around C$ 114 per night over the last 3 days. For a 5-star hotel in Hong Kong, the average price is around C$ 282/night, depending on your dates. The average price of a 4-star hotel is C$ 144/night.
Prices for Hong Kong hotels have been found for as low as C$ 8/night over the last 3 days. For the coming weekend of 20 May to 22 May, prices for hotels in Hong Kong start from as low as C$ 10/night.
Users have found prices for hotels in Hong Kong tonight starting as low as C$ 12, rising to an average cost of C$ 92, based on searches in the last 72 hours. Prices start from C$ 31 for a 4-star hotel in Hong Kong for tonight.
No matter where you book Hong Kong hotels, you will be surrounded by all kinds of cuisine. Book a hotel in the Lan Kwai Fong area and be close to around 100 places to eat and drink. The area is known as a party spot, and you can enjoy great dishes at FUMI and Kyoto Joe. Stay at the Mandarin Oriental to be placed centrally. In Kowloon City, you can find all sorts of family-owned establishments offering traditional food. Several roads such as Nam Kok and Lo Tsun Road are lined with choices. Consider Thai Hot or Sanwa Jo for Thai and Japanese food, respectively. To be placed nearby, book into the Harbour Plaza 8 Degrees. One of Hong Kong’s most popular restaurants is based inside a hotel – One Harbour Road at the Grand Hyatt. Here, you can get quality accommodation with a two-storey restaurant on site.
If you are booking hotels in Hong Kong with your family, you will have a variety of areas to choose from. Causeway Bay is popular, as it has the enormous Victoria Park, with plenty of activities for children. You can also find SOGO, the 13-floor retail shop, and some aesthetic temples such as Tin Hau Temple, giving kids both contemporary and cultural experiences. You can find hotels in Causeway Bay, such as the Seasons or the Regal Hong Kong. Take the kids to Disneyland Hong Kong, in Penny’s Bay, and stay at the City Oasis Guesthouse; or try the water-centric Ocean Park marine and theme park, in the southern district of the city. Accommodation such as the Ocean Park Marriott will be a great choice.
Areas like Tsim Sha Tsui, on Hong Kong Island, are highly popular with tourists, as they offer a real taste of the city. Visit Kowloon Park, Avenue of Stars or Nathan Road to explore nightlife. From here, you can also hop on the ferry to the city centre in no time. Consider the California or Otto Hotel for a comfy stay. One of the trendier areas of Hong Kong is Sheung Wan, which has ancient architecture with panoramic views over Victoria Harbour. With art galleries and rich history, you can enjoy the Museum of Medical Science and the Man Mo Temple. Stay at 99 Bonham to be close to this great area.
With accommodation in Hong Kong, you won’t go wrong booking centrally for local activities and culture. With legendary skyscrapers, The Central District gives you an overview of the city with ease. Climb Victoria Peak and see the skyline from dizzying heights. Garden View will offer you a comfortable stay in the central region. Alternatively, look at Mong Kok for a neighbourhood that combines authenticity with culture. Night markets and food stalls such as Temple Street Night Market or The Ladies Market are great places to shop. Lodgewood by L’Hotel Mongkok or Yesinn @YMT Kowloon is a great stay to enjoy Mong Kok and take in this exciting city's surroundings.