Best hotels & accommodations in Hong Kong

We list the best hotels, hostels, B&Bs and guesthouses in Hong Kong as recommended by travel experts from CNN, Lonely Planet, Frommer’s, Fodor’s, New York Times and more. All hotel recommendations have been referenced with customer reviews and we only listed places that have at least a 4 out of 5-star customer review rating.


Best cheap hotel in Hong Kong: Page 148 Hotel

Best boutique hotel in Hong Kong: Tuve

Best luxury hotel in Hong Kong: Hotel The Upper House

Best hostel in Hong Kong: Ashoka Hostel

Best eco-friendly hotel in Hong Kong: Hotel ICON

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The Peninsula Hotel, Hong Kong

Recommended by:

Lonely Planet, Frommers, Forbes, Telegraph

4.6 / 5
275 euro 244 gbp 340 usd 36040 jpy 265 cad 265 aud 2662 hkd 448 sgd 319 chf 2159 cny 2805 sek 2053 dkk 2648 nok
Hotel The Upper House, Hong Kong

Recommended by:

Fodors, Lonely Planet, Forbes, Telegraph

4.8 / 5
396 euro 352 gbp 490 usd 51940 jpy 382 cad 382 aud 3836 hkd 646 sgd 460 chf 3111 cny 4042 sek 2959 dkk 3817 nok
Hotel Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

Recommended by:

Frommers, Fodors, Forbes, Telegraph

4.7 / 5
333 euro 296 gbp 412 usd 43672 jpy 321 cad 321 aud 3225 hkd 543 sgd 387 chf 2616 cny 3399 sek 2488 dkk 3209 nok
Hotel The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong

Recommended by:

Fodors, Frommers, Forbes, Telegraph

4.6 / 5
311 euro 277 gbp 385 usd 40810 jpy 300 cad 300 aud 3014 hkd 508 sgd 361 chf 2444 cny 3176 sek 2325 dkk 2999 nok
Hotel Indigo, Hong Kong

Recommended by:

New York Times, Lonely Planet, Telegraph

4.4 / 5
171 euro 152 gbp 212 usd 22472 jpy 165 cad 165 aud 1659 hkd 279 sgd 199 chf 1346 cny 1749 sek 1280 dkk 1651 nok
Tuve Hotel, Hong Kong

Recommended by:

New York Times, Lonely Planet, Telegraph

4.4 / 5
105 euro 93 gbp 130 usd 13780 jpy 101 cad 101 aud 1017 hkd 171 sgd 122 chf 825 cny 1072 sek 785 dkk 1012 nok
The Murray Hotel, Hong Kong

Recommended by:

New York Times, Forbes, Telegraph

4.9 / 5
170 euro 151 gbp 210 usd 22260 jpy 163 cad 163 aud 1644 hkd 277 sgd 197 chf 1333 cny 1732 sek 1268 dkk 1635 nok
The Olympian Hotel, Hong Kong

Recommended by:

New York Times, Telegraph

4.6 / 5
166 euro 148 gbp 206 usd 21836 jpy 160 cad 160 aud 1612 hkd 271 sgd 193 chf 1308 cny 1699 sek 1244 dkk 1604 nok
Hotel The Fleming, Hong Kong

Recommended by:

CNN, Telegraph

4.3 / 5
146 euro 130 gbp 181 usd 19186 jpy 141 cad 141 aud 1417 hkd 238 sgd 170 chf 1149 cny 1493 sek 1093 dkk 1409 nok
Hostel Campus, Hong Kong

Recommended by:

Lonely Planet

4.1 / 5
21 euro 18 gbp 26 usd 2756 jpy 20 cad 20 aud 203 hkd 34 sgd 24 chf 165 cny 214 sek 157 dkk 202 nok
Hyatt Regency Hotel Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Recommended by:

Lonely Planet

4.3 / 5
76 euro 68 gbp 95 usd 10070 jpy 74 cad 74 aud 743 hkd 125 sgd 89 chf 603 cny 783 sek 573 dkk 740 nok


What are the best areas to stay in Hong Kong?

Hong Kong is an autonomous territory in southeastern China. It was a British colony and is now a global financial center and a major port with many soaring high-rises. Some of the best neighborhoods of Hong Kong are:

Central is the city’s administrative, finance, and business hub and is the home to skyscrapers made from glass and steel. It is also home to numerous Michelin-starred restaurants and bars, shoppings malls, and fanciest hotels.

Causeway Bay
Causeway Bay is a premier shopping area of Hong Kong and is among the most crowded areas in the world. The neighborhood is home to several boutique shops, department stores and shopping malls lining Jardine’s Crescent.

Kennedy Town
Kennedy Town is a neighborhood located right next to Sai Ying Pun. The neighborhood is Hong Kong’s craft beer town and has several gastropubs, bottle shops, and breweries in the left and right side of streets of the neighborhood.

Mongkok is a neighborhood that is renowned for its shops and markets, selling anything and everything at a cheap price. In the neighborhood one can find tourist trinkets, knockoff leather goods, bags, vendors clothes, and more at inexpensive prices. The neighborhood has a bird market, a flower market, and a goldfish market that woo visitors and locals.

Sai Ying Pun
Sai Ying Pun is among the newest up-and-coming neighborhoods in Hong Kong. The area offers properties at affordable rents and is home to several eateries, including high-concept fusion restaurants to brunch spots, and bars.

Also check out our travel guide about the best areas to stay in Hong Kong.

What is the best budget hotel in Hong Kong?

If you're looking for a cheap hotel in Hong Kong, then book Page 148 Hotel. It's an excellent budget hotel offering great value for money. It's in a good location, it's been recommended by travel experts and the hotel has excellent customer reviews. Also check out our list of the best cheap hotels in Hong Kong.

What is the best boutique hotel in Hong Kong?

You like some luxury but don't like the famous chain hotels. If you're looking for the best boutique hotel in Hong Kong, you should check out Tuve. It's a very cool hotel that has been highly recommended by travelers and experts.
Also check out our list of the best boutique hotels in Hong Kong, it's a manually curated list of the most unique and romantic hotels in the city.

What is the best luxury hotel in Hong Kong?

If money isn't a problem and you're looking for a luxury hotel in Hong Kong, then go for Hotel The Upper House. The hotel offers excellent service, it's in a top location, it has been rated very highly by previous guests and renowned travel critics have recommended it. Also check out our list of the best luxury hotels in Hong Kong, it's a manually curated list of the most exclusive 5-star hotels in the city.

What is the best hostel in Hong Kong?

If you're looking for a great hostel in Hong Kong, then you should check out Ashoka Hostel. The hostel has magnificent reviews by backpackers, it has been recommended by well-known travel experts and it's in a good location. Also check out our list of the best hostels in Hong Kong.

Which Hong Kong hotel offers great views?

If you're looking for a room with a view, then try Hotel The Ritz-Carlton. It offers amazing views of Hong Kong according to recent customer reviews.

How much does it cost to stay in a Hong Kong hotel?

For a 3-star hotel you have to pay around $100 per night and for a 4-star hotel you would be looking at $140 per night. If you're after a luxury 5-star Hong Kong hotel then you can expect to pay around $290 per night.

Which Hong Kong hotel has the best swimming pool?

Try Hotel Indigo if you're looking for a hotel with a great swimming pool. Recent customer review ratings have been excellent for their swimming pool.

Which Hamburg hotel serves great breakfast?

Try The Peninsula Hotel, if you're looking for a delicious breakfast at a hotel in Hong Kong. The hotel has excellent customer review ratings for breakfast.

Which Hong Kong hotel is the best for a romantic getaway?

If you're looking for a romantic Hong Kong hotel for couples then try Hotel Mandarin Oriental. The hotel has excellent customer review ratings by couples.

Which Hong Kong hotels are the best for families?

If you're looking to stay in Hong Kong with your family, then try The Peninsula Hotel. The hotel has excellent review ratings by families.

What are the best things to do in Hong Kong?

Hong Kong: Evening Cruise Tour in Chinese Junk Boat with Wine. Relax on a lounge bed, sip on a refreshing drink and soak up the sights and sounds of Hong Kong’s harbor and stunning skyline on the 45 minute harbor cruise. Price: $30.

Lantau Island and Giant Buddha Day Trip from Hong Kong. Pay a visit to the Giant Buddha, visit Po Lin (Precious Lotus) Monastery and explore the island of Lantau on this incredible tour, complete with a professional and friendly guide. Price: $153.

Hong Kong Island Half-Day Tour including Peak Tram. Get to know the ins and outs of Hong Kong island during this comprehensive half-day tour that touches on all the highlights. Price: $40.

More things to do in Hong Kong

About Hong Kong

If you ask anyone to name the most exciting city in Asia, there is a high chance they’ll answer Hong Kong. The city is a destination filled with things to do and see. It’s a place where cultures collide, food markets abound, and skyscrapers tower over the landscape. But if you are planning to visit Hong Kong and are looking for tips on how to have a more enjoyable trip, don’t worry – we have you covered! From advice on the best time of year to go there to insider secrets about what not many people know about this magical place, read on for all the details you need to know before your trip!

Hong Kong is an autonomous territory and ranks as the fourth most densely populated region in the world. The territory is a special administrative region with a separate political and economic system from main China. Hong Kong ranks as the seventh-largest trading entity in the world, and its currency is also the 13th most traded currency in the world.

What to do in Hong Kong?
Hong Kong is a very fast-paced city, and with so much to do, it can be difficult to know where to start. Luckily, we have you covered! Below are 12 of the best things to do in Hong Kong:

1) Visit Victoria Peak – Victoria Peak is the best spot for viewing the skyline from above. The peak offers great views of both Kowloon and Hong Kong Island.

2) Soak up some culture – Visit one of Hong Kong’s many cultural landmarks or museums. For example, visit a TST temple or explore one of the many galleries this city offers.

3) Eat your way through China Town – You can’t come to Hong Kong without trying some delicious dim sum and fried noodles! China Town is known for its amazing food market filled with hundreds of stalls selling all types of eats. Don’t leave without trying some wonton soup!

4) Take a stroll along the Avenue of Stars – Located near Victoria Harbour, the Avenue of Stars pays tribute to some of Hong Kong’s most famous movie stars over the years. Scattered throughout are handprints, signatures, and even bronze sculptures depicting those who made Hong Kong films what they are today.

5) Get lost in Chungking Mansions – A popular tourist attraction among backpackers looking for an authentic experience in Asia is Chungking Mansions. This maze-like building features shops selling anything from jade jewelry to fake Gucci bags.

When is the best time to visit Hong Kong?
When planning your trip to Hong Kong, one of the most important things to consider is when you’re traveling. There are a few different times of the year when it’s best to visit:

Spring. The weather is nice and cool, with some occasional rain showers. Trees start blooming and cherry blossoms can be seen in many gardens around the city.

Summer. Temperatures are at their hottest during this season and rainfall is scarce; however, there can be two typhoons during the summer months that may disrupt your travel plans.

Autumn. The weather becomes more comfortable in the evenings while daylight hours get longer and temperatures remain high enough for sightseeing without overheating in the sun.

Winter (December-February). This time of year is perfect if you want to enjoy Christmas celebrations or winter scenery without too much snowfall or cold weather that many people find uncomfortable if they aren’t used to it!

Don’t forget to visit Victoria Harbour and Tsim Sha Shui
Hong Kong is known for its high-rises and skyline, but don’t forget to visit Victoria Harbour and Tsim Sha Shui. The city’s iconic waterfront is a must-see, offering stunning views of the high-rises that make up Hong Kong. TST is a more traditional part of the city with winding streets and old buildings. You can find anything from a mysterious fortune-teller to an authentic Chinese noodle house there. Both spots offer visitors an entertaining glimpse into what life in Hong Kong looks like away from the tourist attractions.

Go hiking at Lantau Island
One of the best ways to explore Hong Kong is by going on a hike. With mountains, forests, and waterfalls, there are plenty of trails that will lead you through the city. One trail that is often overlooked but should not be is Lantau Island. This trail offers incredible views of both sides of Hong Kong and has great attractions like Tai O fishing village, Po Lin Monastery, and Ngong Ping cable car station. So what are you waiting for? Pack your hiking gear and get out there!

Visit the Viendong District and Wong Tai Sin Temple
Viadong District is the cultural heart of Hong Kong, and a visit to Wong Tai Sin Temple is one of the most interesting aspects of a trip. This temple is over 1000 years old and is where many locals go to pray for health and prosperity. Visitors are welcome to explore the grounds, which include an ornate walkway with statues representing important Buddhist deities, as well as a traditional Chinese-style garden. If you choose not to visit the Viadong District during your stay, you’ll be missing out on what locals call “Hong Kong culture.” The district offers a taste of authentic Cantonese foods, traditional markets, and bustling street-side hawkers. This area also offers visitors opportunities to participate in activities like lion dances or even practicing tai chi!

Culture isn’t just about museums in Hong Kong
Hong Kong is a diverse and bustling city. It’s home to culture from all over the world, and that culture is not limited to museums and historical sites. Hong Kongers love food and they love to share it with visitors. There are countless markets scattered throughout the city where you can experience a wide variety of flavors and cultures while sampling the traditional foods of Hong Kong. You can find street stalls selling noodles, dumplings, roasted meat skewers, hot pots, soups, seafood plates, dim sum – you name it!

You won’t want to miss these popular food destinations in Hong Kong:

1) The Temple Street Night Market: This market features over 200 shops filled with food stalls and vendors selling clothing, crafts, jewelry, souvenirs – many at discounted rates or even for free.

2) Mong Kok Flower Market: This market offers an assortment of fresh flowers from morning until night.

3) Tai O Seafood Village: Head here for some of the best seafood in town! And be sure to stop by the weathered fishing village on your way there for a more authentic experience.

Meet-and-greets will help you understand HK culture better
If you don’t have the time to get a proper understanding of HK culture, it might be best to do some meet-and-greets. Meet-and-greets are perfect for those who want to know more about HK and its culture. These events are usually free and are usually held at restaurants in different areas of HK. They can be an excellent way to speak with locals, learn about the food, find out about HK traditions, and much more!

The Peak is a must-visit place
The Peak is one of the most popular places to visit in Hong Kong. It’s a beautiful spot that’s perfect for experiencing Hong Kong’s skyline, some delicious restaurants and a walk up Victoria Peak Road. Visiting The Peak is an unforgettable experience, but more importantly, it is a must-visit place while you are in Hong Kong. There are plenty of things to do while you are there, like visiting the peak lookout point, enjoying the views from Tai Tam Gap or having lunch at the famous restaurant Gap View House. Besides The Peak being one of the most popular destinations to visit on your trip, it also has some great history behind it. It was originally built by Sir James McNeill Whistler as an extension of his home and now serves as both an observatory and tourist attraction. The best time to visit The Peak is during nighttime when the city lights up and shows off its beauty with the night sky shining above!

With so many things to do in Hong Kong, it can be difficult to decide which activities to prioritize, but don’t worry! We’ve got you covered. We’ve compiled a list of 12 must-do activities that you can use as a guide for your trip. Whether you’re a first-time visitor or are looking for a way to spice up your next visit, we hope you find these tips helpful.

We recommend that you read our guide about where to stay in Hong Kong. It gives you an excellent overview of the most popular areas, highlighting the main attractions and hotel recommendations for each area.

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