Hotels in Hong Kong


When it comes to hospitality, Hong Kong sets the bar high: The city is the birthplace of The Peninsula and The Mandarin Oriental, legends that have s... Read More

When it comes to hospitality, Hong Kong sets the bar high: The city is the birthplace of The Peninsula and The Mandarin Oriental, legends that have since been developed into global hotel chains synonymous with comfort and luxury. Wondering where to stay in Hong Kong? Along with top-of-the-line services and convenient locations, most accommodations feature an intoxicating city view. While international brands seem to dominate the scene, there is no lack of boutique alternatives that shine: Take J Plus, the brainchild of Philippe Starck, or Hotel ICON, a tight ship run by hospitality students.

Hong Kong hotels offer standout service and amenities. The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong, is located on floors 102-118 of a skyscraper located close to the airport, while the Peninsula, in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui with views of the harbor, is not only one of the best hotels in Hong Kong, but also in the world. Expect impeccable service, gorgeous silk-wrapped rooms, and an ESPA Spa. Another fantastic option is the Langham Hong Kong. It's especially well suited for those who love to shop, located as it is near big designer stores such as Fendi and Louis Vuitton, and the Langham Place Shopping Mall. Rooms feature iPod docks, flat-screen TVs, Wi-Fi, and more—not uncommon details for Hong Kong accommodation. If you're traveling on a budget, look no further than the Luxe Manor Hotel, set in the downtown commercial area, close to solid shopping and dining options; rooms start at $150 a night. For this kind of value, you should also consider properties located in the neighborhoods surrounding the Central District.

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  • Hotel Indigo

    Cascading rows of red lanterns are suspended from the facade of this skyscraper, forming an eye-catching sight among the run-down walkups of Wanchai.... Read More

  • Hullett House

    In a city that prizes all things modern, Hullett House gives a nod to the past. At the tip of Kowloon's Tsim Sha Tsui district—not far from the high-end... Read More

  • J Plus

    This boutique hotel is undoubtedly the "cool kid" of the Hong Kong hospitality industry. Founded by French design maestro Philippe Starck, it received a... Read More

  • Lanson Place

    With towering columns and arched windows, the striking facade of this hotel can be easily mistaken for the headquarters of a foreign embassy. The suites... Read More

  • Madera Hotel

    Though perfectly decent on their own, the guest rooms are not the primary focus at the Madera Hotel. Fans of vintage style will be thrilled by the... Read More

  • Mandarin Oriental

    Formerly just "The Mandarin," this property—a decades-long favorite of visiting dignitaries like Margaret Thatcher and Henry Kissinger—started it all... Read More

  • Mei Ho House

    More than just a place to rest your head, Mei Ho House is a rare glimpse into Hong Kong's grassroots lifestyle—right before its economic boom half a... Read More

  • Ovolo Central

    If "going out" takes up a big chunk of your Hong Kong itinerary, look no further than this trendy stay: Just a 2-minute walk from nightlife hub Lan Kwai... Read More

  • Tai O Heritage Hotel

    The gorgeous sights at Tai O Village provide visitors with a glimpse into Hong Kong's past as a tiny fishing town. Formerly a police station built to... Read More

  • The InterContinental

    The first thing you'll notice upon entering the convex lobby of this 503-room structure is the view: Having built over the edge of the Kowloon... Read More

  • The Landmark Mandarin Oriental

    In the midst of a gut renovation helmed by renowned interior designer Joyce Wang, the new look of this centrally located hotel defines modern luxury.... Read More

  • The Langham

    If you like feeling as if you're royalty on vacation, The Langham is the palace you should call home. With nearly 10,000 square feet of average of suite... Read More

  • The Luxe Manor

    With its post-modern art displays and whimsical decor, the Luxe Manor appeals to those with larger-than-life personalities. The surrealist design of... Read More

  • The Peninsula

    Since 1928, this Hong Kong institution has defined the luxury hotel experience, and although certain kinds of travelers (especially lovers of sleek,... Read More

  • The Pottinger

    This boutique hotel radiates East-meets-West chicness in the most unpretentious way. While the exterior and lobby are decked in Western furnishings, the... Read More

  • The Ritz-Carlton

    Guests will get a taste of sleeping in the clouds at this five star hotel: Taking up the 102nd to 118th floors of the International Commerce Centre, it... Read More

  • The Upper House

    More pied-à-terre than hotel, this contemporary 117-room property in a Central tower is all about subtle details. Although the look is minimalist, there... Read More

  • TUVE

    On the outside, this hotel looks like your average industrial space. Easily missed by taxi drivers and even locals, this gem is perhaps the best kept... Read More

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