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.