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Ramada Hong Kong Harbour View
Hong Kong Island West,Hong Kong - View on map
    "I would say it is the Best Price ever if you would like to have a short stay in Hong Kong only for some good sleeping time every night. The location is fantastic. You can walk to Centre. The variety and food around the hotel are good and value for money. Hong Kong is small! You can not expect to have a large room like when you are doing a budget traveling in United States of America. Definitely worth it even though the space is small but, it is the best price ever in Hong Kong in a 4-star hotel. Good customer service! Excellent! "
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    Very good

    14430 reviews

    Avg price per night
    $ 80
    Regal Kowloon Hotel
    Tsim Sha Tsui,Hong Kong - View on map
      "The rooms are very spacious compared to other major hotels in Hong Kong area. Great staff. Always helpful and friendly. Main reason we went back this time---our second stay. We definitely will stay again next time in Hong Kong. Centrally located and easy to get around especially with the underground connecting corridor nearby. This is just a great hotel with easy connection to the metro (subway), rail and a short walk to the Star Ferry. We've stayed at a lot of hotels in Hong Kong and this is our first choice now. "
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      Very good

      12717 reviews

      Avg price per night
      $ 181
      The Kowloon Hotel
      Tsim Sha Tsui,Hong Kong - View on map
        "i stayed in kowloon on 8 different occasions and all rooms in hong kong/kowloon are small, enough space to move around the bed/s, a small passage to the bathroom and a table/dresser. the kowloon hotel is the same: a small room but very nicely furnished and good equipped. the location of this hotel is of the best, when you walk out on the street the entrance to the train station is a few meters (less than a 100 meters and less than a half minute walk). it is the corner of nathan street and the lobby is breath talking beautiful and stylish, so is the rest of the interior of this hotel. the shower did have hot water every time i want to shower and the linen was crisp, new and clean. when in nathan street and you are looking towards the pier you can see some of the night light displays, but obviously it would be best to see it on the pier or in a bout in the middle between kowloon and hong kong island. when visiting hong kong again i would definitely not stay in any of the two other hotels i stayed previously as this is by far hands down the best and in the same price class as the other i already stayed in. "
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        Very good

        11390 reviews

        Avg price per night
        $ 243
        Kimberley Hotel
        Tsim Sha Tsui,Hong Kong - View on map
          "hotel in the heart of tsim sha tsui. if you want to maximize your stay in hong kong then this is the hotel for you. last minute booking afforded a reasonable price with agoda. the rooms are small but bathrooms are modern and shower was great. close to nathan road which is main road in kowloon side of hong kong. the mtr station is 3 blocks away or a nice 10 minute easy walk or if you walk fast like i do, 5 minutes tops. buffet breakfast at 100 hkg dollars or about $13 usd is an ok spread with the usual american bfast/ chinese congee, rice, noodles, salad, fruits, bread, rolls. the staff was attentive to hotel guests needs. there is a manager that stands beside the elevator near the front desk that always helps guests in operating the elevator. hotel maids greets you good morning- which is a surprise since i often go to hk and maids usually just pass you by. pleasant stay- overall."
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          Very good

          22518 reviews

          Avg price per night
          $ 149
          Prudential Hotel
          Jordan,Hong Kong - View on map
            "the prudential hotel is the hotel that i stay at all the time when i stay in hong kong. the location is ideal as it sits on top of the jordan mtr station. it's also centrally located on nathan road with shopping and restaurants on either side of the street. the rooms are clean and modern however they are small. the hotel is reasonably priced for hong kong hotels. my range is $usd and below a night. everywhere in hong kong is accessible by subway which is the main conveinence. taxi are expensive in hong kong and the subway makes an affordable way to explore hong kong. i give the hotel 5 stars and will stay there again everytime i come to hong kong."
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            16521 reviews

            Avg price per night
            $ 165
            Nina Hotel Causeway Bay
            Causeway Bay,Hong Kong - View on map
              "good location to connect to hk airport. the cheapest way is by the airport bus a11 on kings road and tsing fung street. the fare is 40 hkd per adult. if you are a senior, you can buy the senior octopus card and pay half fare. if you want to get to the airport quicker, you can take the tin hau mtr to central station and walk to hong kong station to take the airport express at 100 hkd per person. for some airlines you can check-in on your day of travel, pay 40 hkd to store your carry-on luggage and go sightseeing/shopping the last few hours you are in hong kong. outside of the hotel are numerous eateries and a bakery. the supermarket is less than a short block away. even with busy shops and modern converience nearby, the hotel rooms are perfectly quiet. we were on the 10th floor. our daughter and her friend were on the 35th floor. the rooms are very clean and we will certainly book this hotel again when we come to hong kong the next time. "
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              9968 reviews

              Avg price per night
              $ 186
              Nina Hotel Tsuen Wan West
              Tsuen Wan,Hong Kong - View on map
                "From Sept 15th to 17th, I stayed in this wonderful Hotel together with my wife and 4 colleagues (we were on a company trip). This is my 3rd trip to Hong Kong and I must say although I paid much more for the previous 2 hotels in Hong Kong Island, but this is by far the best hotel I have ever stayed in Hong Kong or anywhere else! From the airport, we chose to take Bus no. A31 to take us to the hotel. The bus journey took about 55 minutes and we arrived at the hotel at about almost 8.00 p.m. Upon my arrival, I was greeted by a very pleasant and friendly receptionist at the hotel who had so kindly agreed to upgrade my 3 original Standard rooms at Tower 1 into one room at Harbour View - Tower 2 (on the 85th floor!) and another Family suite room at the 82nd Floor for my 4 other colleagues! The view at both our hotel rooms were phenomenal! And I really loved my Harbour View room as the design was modern and nice and the King size bed was very comfortable. However, special mention needs to be given to the Family Suite Room here - it is Really Spacious and beautiful. There were 2 Queen size beds plus 2 single beds in the suite and it has everything- a fridge, 2 round tables, kitchen cabinets etc! I really think the hotel has been extremely generous to exchange this suite room with my original 2 standard rooms at tower 1! Meals were not a problem at all as there are very nice dim sum and chinese restaurants in and nearby the hotel. The Tsuen Wan West MTR station was also very nearby the hotel (about 15 minutes walk away) and during my 2 night stay there at the hotel, I did discover that the prices of food and other stuffs at Tsuen Wan were really much cheaper than that at Hong Kong Island. If ever I were to go to Hong Kong again, I will definitely return to stay at L'Hotel Nina et Convention Centre!"
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                41824 reviews

                Avg price per night
                $ 127
                B P International
                Tsim Sha Tsui,Hong Kong - View on map
                  "the bp international hotel is the perfect hotel to those who wish to visit hongkong for shopping, sight seeing, food tripping, or simply just getting to know its cultural heritage. the hotel can be reached either via taxi cab or mtr from the airport. it's location is very strategic. every necessity could be obtained in a walking distance (money exchange, 7-eleven convenience store, street food, mtr station). it is also walking distance from the ever-famous canton road, for people who love to shop for designer items such as gucci, marc jacobs, lv, and many more. harbour city mall is also located near by. the austin mtr station is only 3 blocks away from the hotel. from there you can go to just about any point in hong kong as you wish! it is the cheapest mode of transport, and very easy to use. the hotel staff is very accommodating and can speak english very well. the hotel can also provide tourist concerns such as directions, tour guides, maps, and more. the rooms are small, but efficient for a stay in hong kong where you spend the whole day outside. it is perfect for relaxing after a long day of shopping and sight seeing. overall, i had a pleasant stay at the bp international hotel. im sure any one will also love this hotel! book now!"
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                  21127 reviews

                  Avg price per night
                  $ 171
                  Royal Garden Hotel
                  Tsim Sha Tsui,Hong Kong - View on map
                    "Opened in 1981 and today one of the finest luxury five star hotels in Hong Kong, The Royal Garden has 417 contemporary guest rooms, including 48 spacious and luxurious suites. Reflecting a mission of absolute quality and a promise of utmost comfort – a home-away-from-home for each and every guest, all guest rooms and suites feature Samsung LED televisions, custom-designed Sealy mattresses, luxurious "Frette" bed sheets of the finest Egyptian cotton and 100 percent down duvets. The hotel’s Crown Club features a dedicated concierge, where registrations and check-outs are handled quickly and efficiently. Its spacious lounge where breakfast, afternoon tea, cocktails and hors d'oeuvres are served seven days a week, is a place to meet other like-minded business travelers or even entertain your own business associates. Overlooking Victoria Harbour, the superb roof-top Sky Club provides luxurious leisure facilities including a 25 meter heated swimming pool, putting green and a Jacuzzi. And with its massage, sauna and shower facilities, the state-of-the-art fitness centre is a welcome retreat. The hotel’s award-winning restaurants include Sabatini Ristorante Italiano, Inagiku Japanese Restaurant, The Royal Garden Chinese Restaurant, The Greenery, Dong Lai Shun (Beijing and Huaiyang Cuisine) and the newly opened Le Soleil (Vietnamese cuisine). With its stylish décor, live music and selection of different Martini cocktails, Martini Bar is one of the most popular bars in town. For a celebration at home or a day in the countryside, Fine Foods Cake Shop offers a wide range of cakes, pastries and food hampers. For meetings and private gatherings, the hotel has a number of function rooms of different sizes. A dedicated banquet sales team, together with an inventory of state-of-the-art equipment ensures all events at the hotel are planned to the last detail and executed with a degree of professionalism second to none. "
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                    13740 reviews

                    Avg price per night
                    $ 255
                    mini hotel Causeway Bay
                    Causeway Bay,Hong Kong - View on map
                      "We loved this hotel! It has a relatively big room compared to other boutique hotels in Hong Kong. The size of the beds were standard deluxe unlike other hotels in Hong Kong which has tiny single beds. Our only complaint would be the shower which is small and lacks privacy. Other than that, everything else is perfect. Location is very good too. Would definitely stay here again. "
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                      Very good

                      10721 reviews

                      Avg price per night
                      $ 84

                      Fast facts about Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR, China

                      Accommodations2,621 properties
                      Popular hotelNina Hotel Tsuen Wan West
                      Popular areaTsim Sha Tsui
                      Nightly rates from$11
                      AirportHong Kong International Airport
                      Reasons to visitShopping, Restaurants, Sightseeing

                      Where to stay in Hong Kong

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                      Frequently asked questions

                      What's the average price of a resort in Hong Kong this Friday and Saturday?

                      The average price for a 3-star property in Hong Kong this Friday and Saturday is USD 76. The typical price for a 4-star resort in Hong Kong this Friday and Saturday is USD 136. The average price for a 5-star property in Hong Kong this Friday and Saturday is USD 287.

                      What's the average price of a property in Hong Kong tonight?

                      The typical price for a 3-star resort in Hong Kong tonight is USD 71. The average price for a 4-star property in Hong Kong this evening is USD 138. The average price for a 5-star resort in Hong Kong this evening is USD 306.

                      What hotels in Hong Kong have the best views?

                      Verified visitors to Hong Kong have given amazing reviews for the views at W Hong Kong, K11 ARTUS and Two MacDonnell Road.

                      What resorts in Hong Kong are very highly rated with respect to sanitation?

                      Accommodationslocated in Hong Kong that is highly rated with regards to sanitation include Princeton Residence, Studio Stay and Toronto Guest House.

                      What are the prime places to stay in Hong Kong equipped with swimming pools?

                      Verified vacationers to Hong Kong have given out excellent ratings pertaining to the swimming pools at Cordis, Hong Kong, The Mira Hong Kong and Hotel Icon.

                      What are the top rated hotels in Hong Kong with fitness center?

                      A property that has fitness center located in Hong Kong which is well rated is Hung Hom, Tsim sha Tsui, Sea view, Gym.

                      What landmark should I take a look at when I'm touring Hong Kong?

                      Top points of interest in Hong Kong include Victoria Peak (The Peak), Hong Kong Disneyland, and Tian Tan Buddha (Big Buddha).

                      Where can I find rooms in Hong Kong which has free cancellation policy?

                      Yes, you’ll find most hotel rooms offer free cancellation rates, in which you can expect to receive a full refund if you cancel prior to the deadline. Filter your search by free cancellation to find flexible hotel offers in Hong Kong.

                      What's the best neighborhood for shopping in Hong Kong?

                      A top destination for your shopping spree in Hong Kong is Mongkok.

                      How long should I spend my time in Hong Kong?

                      In the past 3 months, visitors stayed in Hong Kong for 1 nights on average. The right length for your travel will be determined by what you'd be interested to see and do while there.

                      Is quarantine expected for fully vaccinated travelers to enter Hong Kong?

                      Quarantine may be required for fully vaccinated visitors to enter Hong Kong from outside the country. For updated and detailed information on travel restrictons, please have a look at the official websites of the travel authority or government of the country you wish to travel to, or go to here.

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                      More about Hong Kong

                      Discovering the Best of Hong Kong: Fun Facts, Places to Visit, and Things to Do

                      Hong Kong is a city that never sleeps, and it's a place where tradition meets modernity. Did you know that Hong Kong has the most skyscrapers in the world, with over 8,000 buildings that are at least 14 floors high? The city also has the world's longest outdoor escalator, which is over 800 meters long. When you're in Hong Kong, there are plenty of places to visit, such as Victoria Peak, which offers a stunning panoramic view of the city skyline. You can also visit the Big Buddha, which is a 34-meter bronze statue located on Lantau Island. If you're a fan of theme parks, Hong Kong Disneyland is a must-visit. If you're interested in learning about the history and culture of Hong Kong, you can visit the Hong Kong Museum of History, which showcases the city's history from the prehistoric era to the modern day. You can also visit the Man Mo Temple, which is a Taoist temple that was built in 1847.

                      Top Reasons Why Hong Kong Should Be Your Next Travel Destination

                      Hong Kong is a bustling city that offers a unique blend of East and West. One of the top reasons to visit Hong Kong is the food. Hong Kong has a rich culinary scene, and you can find everything from street food to Michelin-starred restaurants. Some of the must-try foods include dim sum, roast goose, and egg tarts. Another reason to visit Hong Kong is the shopping. The city is known for its shopping malls, street markets, and luxury boutiques. You can find anything from designer clothes to electronics. If you're looking for bargains, you can visit the Ladies' Market, which offers a wide range of clothing, accessories, and souvenirs. Hong Kong is also a great destination for nature lovers. The city has plenty of hiking trails, beaches, and parks. You can visit the Hong Kong Wetland Park, which is a nature reserve that is home to a wide range of birds and other wildlife. You can also visit the Sai Kung Peninsula, which offers stunning scenery and beaches.

                      Traveling to Hong Kong: Tips, Best Seasons, and How to Get There

                      If you're planning a trip to Hong Kong, there are a few things you should keep in mind. The best time to visit Hong Kong is from October to December, when the weather is mild and sunny. The summer months can be hot and humid, and the winter months can be cold and rainy. To get to Hong Kong, you can fly into the Hong Kong International Airport, which is one of the busiest airports in the world. From there, you can take the Airport Express train, which will take you to the city center in just 24 minutes. You can also take a taxi or a bus. When you're in Hong Kong, it's a good idea to get an Octopus card, which is a rechargeable card that you can use for public transportation, as well as for purchases at convenience stores, vending machines, and some restaurants.

                      Unforgettable Experiences in Hong Kong: Fun Things to Do and See

                      Hong Kong is a city that offers endless possibilities for entertainment and adventure. One of the must-see attractions is the Symphony of Lights, which is a spectacular light and sound show that takes place every night at 8 pm. You can watch the show from the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade or from a boat in Victoria Harbour. If you're looking for something more adventurous, you can go hiking in the Dragon's Back trail, which offers stunning views of the city and the ocean. You can also visit the Ocean Park, which is a theme park that offers rides, shows, and animal exhibits. For a unique experience, you can take a ferry to the outlying islands, such as Lamma Island or Cheung Chau. These islands offer a peaceful escape from the city and are known for their seafood restaurants and scenic hiking trails.

                      Experience the Best of Hong Kong with Why Book Your Hotel Here

                      When you're planning a trip to Hong Kong, one of the most important things to consider is where to stay. offers a wide range of hotels in Hong Kong, from budget-friendly options to luxury hotels. Some of the top hotels include the Royal Plaza Hotel, which is located in the heart of Mong Kok and offers easy access to shopping and dining options. Another great option is the Nina Hotel Tsuen Wan West, which is located in the New Territories and offers stunning views of the city and the mountains. When you book your hotel with, you can enjoy hassle-free booking and great deals on hotels. You can also read reviews from other travelers to help you choose the best hotel for your needs.

                      Exploring Hong Kong: Where to Stay, What to Eat, and How to Get Around

                      When it comes to choosing where to stay in Hong Kong, there are plenty of options to choose from. If you're looking for a central location, you can stay in Tsim Sha Tsui, which is known for its shopping and dining options. If you're looking for a more peaceful location, you can stay in the New Territories, which offers stunning scenery and outdoor activities. When it comes to food, Hong Kong has something for everyone. You can find everything from street food to fine dining. Some of the must-try foods include dim sum, roast goose, and egg tarts. If you're looking for a unique experience, you can visit a dai pai dong, which is a type of open-air food stall that serves local dishes. When it comes to getting around Hong Kong, the public transportation system is efficient and affordable. You can take the MTR subway, which covers most of the city, or the buses, trams, and ferries. You can also take a taxi or an Uber.


                      Hong Kong is a city that offers endless possibilities for adventure, entertainment, and relaxation. Whether you're interested in exploring the city's history and culture, trying out the local cuisine, or enjoying the great outdoors, Hong Kong has something for everyone. With, you can find the perfect hotel for your needs and enjoy hassle-free booking and great deals on hotels.