Where To Stay

Where to Stay in Hong Kong


In the north of Hong Kong Island, glitzy Central is where the gleaming skyscrapers of international banking headquarters overlook Victoria Harbour, close to the Star Ferry pier and Airport Express train. Victorian street lamps dot Hollywood Road, remnants of colonial times. Cat Street hides antiques and retro jewellery stalls. Central’s districts Lan Kwai Fong and SoHo are the hub of Hong Kong’s famed nightlife with chic restaurants and cocktail bars. Further east, bordering the Admiralty neighbourhood, Hong Kong Park is the city’s lungs, housing an aviary and terrapin-filled lake. The hub of the Western District is Sheung Wan, with traditional Chinese shops, and the start of the world’s longest escalator to the Mid Levels area.
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Wan Chai

East of the Central and Admiralty neighbourhoods, Hong Kong Island’s colourful Wan Chai dazzles with neon-lit signs for bars, budget shops and restaurants. Look up to the 374-metre-high granite-and-glass Central Plaza, Hong Kong’s tallest tower. Curvaceous Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre nestles on the waterfront, by popular promenade spot Golden Bauhinia Square where a dazzling gold monument marks the 1997 handover from Britain to China. To the east is the Star Ferry pier, with boats to Tsim Sha Tsui in mainland Kowloon.
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Causeway Bay

Lying east of Wan Chai on Hong Kong Island, busy Causeway Bay is a shopping hub, with much-loved department stores Seibu and Sogo, as well as mammoth mall Times Square. The vast Victoria Park, Hong Kong’s largest green space, sees early morning tai chi enthusiasts practicing their graceful motions. The colonial-era Noon Day Gun blasts daily from the Typhoon Shelter, home to well-worn houseboats. Just south is Happy Valley and its famous racecourse.
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When You Arrive to Hong Kong

Hong Kong has only one Hong Kong international airport, and it is as modern airport close to the city. When you book your hotel with the hotel with your flight, you get full information on how to find it, so you can take the fast and inexpensive Airport Express train into the main parts of Hong Kong and find your hotel easily once you get to the right station. You can also take the Airport-Hotelink, a convenient shuttle bus that stops at the main hotels in Hong Kong. Considering how much you will have saved by taking advantage of the sales and special prices that flightstohongkong offers on trips to Hong Kong, you may want to take a taxi right to your hotel. The Hong Kong airport taxis are safe, pleasant and waiting for you outside the arrivals terminal.