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Popular hotelNina Hotel Tsuen Wan West (Formerly L'hotel Nina et Convention Centre)
Popular areaTsim Sha Tsui
Nightly rates from$5
AirportHong Kong International Airport
Reasons to visitShopping, Restaurants, Sightseeing

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Frequently asked questions

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

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Hong Kong is 67 USD, the average price for a 4-star hotel in Hong Kong is 109 USD, and the average price for a 5-star hotel in Hong Kong is 229 USD.

What's the average price of a hotel in Hong Kong this weekend?

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Hong Kong this weekend is 69 USD, the average price for a 4-star hotel in Hong Kong is 114 USD, and the average price for a 5-star hotel in Hong Kong is 239 USD.

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

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Hong Kong tonight is 62 USD, the average price for a 4-star hotel in Hong Kong is 86 USD, and the average price for a 5-star hotel in Hong Kong is 203 USD.

What are the best hotels in Hong Kong near Hong Kong International Airport?

Verified travelers to Hong Kong who stayed near Hong Kong International Airport have given top reviews to Regal Airport Hotel, Novotel Citygate Hong Kong Hotel, and Hong Kong SkyCity Marriott Hotel.

What are the best hotels in Hong Kong near Hong Kong Disneyland?

Verified travelers to Hong Kong who stayed near Hong Kong Disneyland have given top reviews to Auberge Discovery Bay Hong Kong, Disney's Hollywood Hotel, and Disney Explorers Lodge.

What are the best hotels in Hong Kong near IFC Mall?

Verified travelers to Hong Kong who stayed near IFC Mall have given top reviews to Homy Hotel Central, Hotel LBP, and Butterfly on Wellington Boutique Hotel Central.

What are the most popular hotels in Hong Kong?

Some of our most popular hotels in Hong Kong are Royal Plaza Hotel, Royal Park Hotel, and Royal Garden Hotel

What are the best hotels in Hong Kong for couples?

Hotels in Hong Kong that are highly rated by couples include Royal Plaza Hotel, Royal Park Hotel, and Royal Garden Hotel.

What are the best hotels in Hong Kong for families?

Hotels in Hong Kong that are highly rated by families include Royal Plaza Hotel, Royal Park Hotel, and Royal Garden Hotel.

What hotels in Hong Kong have the best views?

Verified travelers to Hong Kong have given top reviews for the views at Cordis, Hong Kong, Page148 Boutique Hotel Tsim Sha Tsui, and Hyatt Regency Sha Tin Hotel.

What hotels in Hong Kong have the best breakfast?

Verified travelers to Hong Kong have given top reviews for the breakfast at Hotel Icon, InterContinental Grand Stanford Hong Kong, and Hotel Stage.

What's the best neighborhood in Hong Kong to stay in?

Popular neighborhoods among travelers staying in Hong Kong include Tsim Sha Tsui, Mongkok, and Hong Kong Central.

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10 best hotels in Hong Kong

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Nina Hotel Tsuen Wan West (Formerly L'hotel Nina et Convention Centre)
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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8

Excellent

29600 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 100
Auberge Discovery Bay Hong Kong
Lantau Island,Hong Kong - View on map
"I was highly impressed by Auberge Hotel. This is a brand new hotel in its "soft" opening phase. Large rooms, very comfortable, spotlessly clean, everything is new. The breakfast buffet was outstanding, great value. Just be aware that you CAN'T catch a taxi to this hotel because Discovery Bay is a car-free zone. The only way to get there is by ferry from Central then bus from DB Pier, or train/bus from Hong Kong Airport, or hotel shuttle bus. You really need to have a plan in place to get to the hotel before you arrive in Hong Kong. This is my new number 1 hotel in Hong Kong. Don't fear the remote location, Disneyland is a short bus/train ride away (but allow up to an hour on the weekend because there is no Sunny Bay connection). Central is 10 minutes by bus to DB Pier, then 20 minutes by fast ferry. I have no hesitation in recommending this hotel. Simply outstanding and great value for money."
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8.3

Excellent

8987 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 273
Royal Plaza Hotel
Mongkok,Hong Kong - View on map
"must start with - splendid breakfast - reminded me of my past life in england. we were on tour to china and had our return flight from hong kong, which is just 45 minutes from shenzhen in china as opposed to above 1.5 hours for guangzhou - for international flights, and thus had just one night to spend in hong kong. earlier we thought to save some money - looking at average room rates in hong kong. but as they say "you get only monkeys, if you throw peanuts", we were shocked with room size and bathroom size (was there one really?? i think all previous travelers had to take shower while performing their pooh pooh show) in hkd 500 - which is a good amount of money for a nice room in china. instantly, we purchased a local sim card for internet (smart tone hong kong it was, just in case you're interested - hkd 48 talk value in hkd 48 retail price and hkd 24 for a 24 hour internet) and searched hotels in nearby areas.. we found langham plaza and royal plaza - as we were at argyl street of hong kong. both were five stars and thus we chose a little less expensive one.. royal plaza but were really touched with the comfort in room and splendid breakfast. though, he hotel was under maintenance that time - we were provided with two set of ear plugs (along with a mentos in each set) at reception to save our sleep in the morning but we didn't have to use them also, the manager in dining area was really nice.. it was 10:25 when i showed up for breakfast. she came up to me and told they had extended breakfast time for by minutes to 11 am so i could i call my partner from room or just fill in a few dishes for him and keep with myself. anyhow, my partner didn't show up till 11:10 and i hadn't stored anything for him. the manager still offered a personalized service by offering anything he wanted from breakfast menu.. meat, freshly cooked egg/omelette, bakery, fruits, juices, muffins, etc etc etc.. overall, a recommended hotel for all kind of travelers to hong "
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8.6

Excellent

29910 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 100
The Fleming
Wanchai,Hong Kong - View on map
"One of the most satisfactory design hotels in Hong Kong! A complete design concept which we appreciate a lot. Staff was friendly and helpful. Walking distance to MTR station and numerous bus stops nearby which give you access to any part of Hong Kong. Many small restos and cafes too. Or you can enjoy the complimentary welcome drinks at the restaurant within the same building. It will be greater if the shower water supply is stronger. "
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8.9

Excellent

1396 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 128
Hyatt Centric Victoria Harbour
North Point,Hong Kong - View on map
"Hotel Vic on the Harbour is probably one the best value for money hotels in Hong Kong. At the time of this review the hotel was only three months old and as you might imagine, the rooms are very modern have great amenities and are remarkably clean. North Point is not in the main touristy parts of Hong Kong which has its advantages. However, between the free hotel shuttle, the MTR that's two blocks away or an UBER, you're never more than a few minutes and few dollars away from Central. Just in front of the hotel, there's a ferry over to Kowloon as well. I'll be planning a return soo. "
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8.6

Excellent

3994 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 213
Rosewood Hong Kong
Tsim Sha Tsui,Hong Kong - View on map
"Disappointing stay. "
8.9

Excellent

102 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 1,135
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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8.5

Excellent

8882 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 158
The Hari Hong Kong
Wanchai,Hong Kong - View on map
"If you would like to have a stay in the heart of Hong Kong with modern hotel. The Hari is the best one and it is new!!!"
8.7

Excellent

107 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 298
Harbour Grand Kowloon
Hung Hom,Hong Kong - View on map
"We chose this hotel as a friend in Hong Kong lives nearby. We had a twin room which had two double beds which provided ample space for my wife and I and our 5 year old son. The room was spacious by Hong Kong standards and the bathroom was modern and well-equipped with a bathtub and separate shower cubicle. The harbour view from our room looked out across to the old Kai Tak airport site and North Point/Quarry Bay on Hong Kong Island. From the ground floor restaurant and the harbourside footpath outside the hotel you have the 'classic' Hong Kong harbourside of skyscrapers which are illuminated at night - maybe some rooms have this view too! We didn't eat in the hotel as there are many restaurants to cater for all tastes and budgets within 5 minutes walk. There are also many local shops including a department store (Jusco) which also has a large supermarket and is located within a landlocked ship-shaped building. The hotel is served by the free Airport Express bus service (route K1) to Kowloon station to connect with the Airport Express train service to the airport. The hotel also has a free shuttle bus to nearby Hong Hom MTR station and the Tsim Sha Tsui shopping area. If you miss the hotel shuttle bus, a taxi to Tsim Sha Tsiu/Kowloon Station area cost around HK$45 or the local Hong Kong bus route 8A from the Whampoa Garden bus terminal takes you to the Star Ferry Kowloon for a lot less! More information on local facilites can be found at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whampoa_Garden The Hong Kong MTR is being extended to this area which will make it even more convenient once this is completed. I'd certainly recommend this hotel and will consider it for my next stay in Hong Kong."
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8.2

Excellent

3115 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 197
Grand Hyatt Hong Kong
Wanchai,Hong Kong - View on map
"This was a last minute booking as we had changes to our flights and we did not have too many choices. The hotel is a little pricey for an old hotel but it is well maintained and has many F&B options. Upon check-in, the receptionist had received our request for a baby cot in the room and this was done efficiently. We were also pleasantly surprised by the quality and new condition of the cot. The baby linen were beautiful and an added plus. The rooms are spacious for a Hong Kong hotel and there was lots of room to move around even after placing a baby cot. The toilets had gold taps and lots of mirrors, providing lots of amusement for our baby. The bed could have been better. It tended to sag a little in the middle but we were too tired at the end of every day to complain. We were greeted warmly every time we stepped in and out of the hotel and this made the experience wonderful. The MTR subway was quite a distance but after the second day, we figured out that using the overhead bridges was the best way to get there. It took about 15 minutes to walk to Wanchai station, given we had a baby with us. The sports facilities are wonderful. There are 2 pools and a huge playground. The gym looked very nice too, even though we didn't have a chance to step in there."
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8.9

Excellent

702 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 500

More about Hong Kong

Hong Kong is one of Asia's most relevant cities where an influx of business travelers and tourists continue to come in increasing numbers. Most visitors arrive via Hong Kong International Airport. From here, business travelers can connect to sophisticated airport hotels while tourists transfer to hotels in Hong Kong’s city center.

A proper tour begins on the main island, where the British first established a colony at what has become Central District. Hong Kong South is a hotspot for modern building projects while Hong Kong Island West, Mongkok, and Yau Ma Tei are laid out in traditional Chinese neighborhoods. East of Central, Wanchai holds a booming selection of Hong Kong business hotels as well as a healthy night scene.

From North Point, it's a short jaunt across Causeway Bay to Kowloon City, the city's commercial heart. At the top of the peninsula, Tsim Sha Tsui district hosts ultra-modern shopping malls like Harbour City. This is also where the best selection of accommodation in Hong Kong comes together in a smash of upscale giants, backpacker haunts and classic historic venues.

Find the most suitable accommodation for you by clicking on our interactive map and exploring Hong Kong for hotels and must-see destinations.


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