Hong Kong

20 Apr 2019 - 21 Apr 2019

2 guests - 1 room

Information is updated as of 31 December 2017

INTRODUCTION TO HONG KONG CITY

Hong Kong is one of the most populous cities in the country and it is the main administrative city in the country. It serves various functions being the economic, educational, entertainment, and even the cultural hub of the country. Hong Kong is listed by Skyscanner as one of the major cities in the world in terms of the number of visitors. There are various attractions in Hong Kong including the skyscrapers that beautify the city’s skyline. The Disney land is another important attraction in the city, the sky park, Ocean Park among other attractions in the city.

HOTELS DESCRIPTION

2 – 3 STAR HOTELS

There are various hotels around the city considering that the city is the hub of various sectors the city usually has very many visitors from all corners of the world. The hotels in the city are of excellent quality regardless of the rating. Some of the 2-star and 3-star hotels listed on Skyscanner include Intercontinental Hong Kong, JW Marriott Hong Kong, The Ritz Carlton, Hotel Indigo, Harbour Grand Kowloon, and Renaissance Hong Kong.

4 – 5 STAR HOTELS

W Hong Kong, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, The Upper House, Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong, Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, The Peninsula Hong Kong, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Crowne Plaza Hong Kong, The Mira Hong Kong, Marco Polo Hong Kong Hotel, SkyCity Marriott Hotel and even The Park Lane Hong Kong are some of the top hotels in the city listed on Skyscanner. These are considered as the top luxury hotels in the city that are mostly used by the rich visitors to the city. These hotels usually have provisions such as Wi-Fi as well as courier services for the patrons from the airport to the hotel.

HOTELS AROUND TOURIST HOTSPOTS

LAN KWAI FONG

Lan Kwai Fong is one of the biggest attractions in the city. This is an all under one roof lace that consists of different amenities that add value to the lives of the visitors. The Lan Kwai Fong comprises of bars, nightclubs among other entertainment joints where visitors can relax as they unwind from the tiring days. The place also includes shows which are shown on large screens mounted at strategic points. Being within the city centre, it is advisable that all patrons find accommodation within the city as well. Skyscanner lists Hotel Indigo Hong Kong and The Mira Hong Kong as the two best places to live in when visiting the spot.

VICTORIA HARBOUR

Victoria Harbour is also another hotspot for most of the tourists. The harbour provides the tourists with the opportunity to observe the city from advantage point while swallowing in the majestic view of the city. The Harbour has museums and various landmarks that are a sure way of attracting the tourists. Visitation of the Victoria Harbour may take more than one day and hence one may be required to get accommodation close by. The best places to relax overnight while at Victoria Harbour include Renaissance Hong Kong Harbour View Hotel and Hullett House. These two hotels are closer to the harbour and they will provide the visitor with some easy time in accessing the harbour for visitations.

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What are travellers saying about Hong Kong?

9.8
Foodies
8.3
Family Travellers
6.7
Spiritual Seekers
6.7
Wellness
6.7
History Buffs
Member reviews (824)
Anne Lowrey
Anne LowreySan Francisco
26/02/2019

One of the world's great cities, and a nice introduction to Asia with some of the amenities and English spoken as a leftover from its time under British rule. A culture all its own still!

Natalie Ly
Natalie Ly
22/11/2018

FOOOODDDD, is a must try, clothes and other necessities are all within budget, including food (duh), clothing, skin care, dental and hygeine care, and basically alot of stuffs. While in Hong Kong I suggest to go to night markets, that's where all the good cheap stuff are

Dan
DanPerth
12/01/2018

Hong Kong is an international foodie delight with wionderful treats from all over the globe and many local favorites to tempt you with. Shopping is still very good for many items including clothing and electronics. Fascinating history and many sites to explore and let's not forget Hong Kong is also home to a Disneyland resort

Kathleen Tan
Kathleen TanMalaysia
18/10/2017

Not a good experience for recent trip to Hong Kong.. I have been 4years didn't go HK, This was my more than 6times to HK land. But was surprised on the HK residents attitudes- was very rude compared to 5years back.. too many bad things happened till I won't go in near future.

FAQs

The least expensive month is May, with an average of HK$785 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Hong Kong is October, with an average price of HK$1,489 per night.
The average price of a hotel in April last year was HK$1,091 per night. This is 3% less than the average nightly price of HK$1,129 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Hong Kong, the expected average temperature in April is 23.5°C/74.3°F. The warmest month is typically July, which averages 32.4°C/90.3°F. The coolest month is January, with temperatures averaging 12.1°C/53.8°F.
The nearest airport to Hong Kong is Hong Kong H K Heliport (HHP) (12.75km).Other nearby airports include: Hong Kong International (21.72km) Shenzhen Bao'an International (41.12km) Macau (59.95km)

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