Best Places To Stay In Hong Kong

By Travel Noire


Hong Kong is commonly called the gateway to Asia, and as such, it’s a major cosmopolitan city offering opportunities to find and do just about anything. With that in mind, choosing a place to stay that caters to your unique travel style and expectations. Whether you’re looking for cuisine, fun, convenience, nightlife, or a little of everything, we’ve got you covered.

Yan Yan Guest House is Your Tourist Destination

For tourists, there’s no place better than Central Hong Kong. An attractive locale, it’s also close to some of the most-visited spots, such as Victoria Peak and Lan Kwai Fong. Yan Yan Guest House is within walking distance to downtown Central Hong Kong, where you can indulge in countless shops, bars, cafes, and clubs.

Yan Yan Guest House is a modern hotel with great amenities and reasonably-priced for everything you get. It’s also great for families, with Hong Kong Disneyland only a 20-minute drive away.


Get to Know Hong Kong in Wan Chai At Empire Hotel

For those looking to get a better feel for the city life itself, the districts of Wan Chai and Admiralty are ideal. By staying at Empire Hotel Wan Chai, you can enjoy nearby Hong Kong Park and Bauhinia Square, where citizens gather often and watch the lovely Hong Kong sunset. Trains are well connected from this point.

The hotel itself is luxurious, modern, and features all the amenities you expect. But the true value is the location, and a staff well-versed in helping tourists navigate to the nearby Hong Kong Arts Centre, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, and other urban landmarks.


Enjoy the diversity of Causeway Bay at the Regal Hong Kong Hotel

For those with the stamina to truly dive into Hong Kong, Causeway Bay is the best location to do so. Boasting a booming retail tech industry, fashion outlets, and countless places for leisure, it’s a bustling and intense area but filled to the brim with experiences.

Get the most from your visit by staying at Regal Hong Kong Hotel, a beautiful, towering sight with a rooftop swimming pool and panoramic views of the city. It is a gorgeous view of Hong Kong, and with complimentary meals, cocktails, and amenities like a fully-equipped gym, you can enjoy the finest of Hong Kong all around.


Feeling adventurous? Try backpacking at the Ashoka Hostel

For those who want to tap into the vein of Hong Kong life for an authentic experience, try traveling light and living in a hostel, such as Ashoka Hostel. While it is one of the most popular districts for tourists, Tsim Sha Tsui is a friendly placed full of many things to do, and Silka Far East is right at its center. Combining the budget experience of a hostel with the amenities of a hotel, Silka Far East allows you to travel lightly but comfortably, so you can spend most of your time enjoying the thriving nightlife. Check out landmarks such as the Avenue of Stars.

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