If you're a budget-conscious traveler, you may consider a stay at Simply Hostel with room rates from 67US$ or Homy Inn North Point where prices start at 39US$. Downtown Hong Kong is home to numerous budget hotels, like Delta Hotel and Just Inn, that provide a 25-minute walking distance to Hung Shing Temple. Yesinn Causeway Bay is a good cheap option situated near Yihe Yanghang Time Gun.
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Where to stay in Hong Kong?
Best cheap hotels in Hong Kong
Hong Kong airports & Subway stations
If you are on a business trip, check out the 5-star Longyatt Hotel to stay near Foshan Shadi airport. If you are visiting Hong Kong, think of booking a hotel near MTR Jordan metro station that lies in Kowloon district, such as West Hotel or Park Hotel Hong Kong. From Harbour Plaza Metropolis and The Royal Garden you have easy access to Hung Hom KCR train station.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
Try Iclub Wan Chai Hotel, which is within walking distance of a theme park, a stadium and golf courses as well as 15 minutes' walk from F11 Photographic Museum.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Hong Kong
If you're on the hunt for luxury hotels in Hong Kong, choose Citadines Mercer Hong Kong, a 4-star hotel set in Hong Kong Island district. Rosedale Hotel Hong Kong in Causeway Bay district is a chic option for travelers with higher budgets looking for a stylish 4-star boutique hotel. If you're looking for comfort and reliable service, book the 5-star Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
Hong Kong Hostel apartment is a 15-minute walk from F11 Photographic Museum and has table tennis and ping pong. If you're visiting Hong Kong, book a snug B&B near King Ludwig Beer Hall, such as 3D Inn or Beverly Guest House. If you are traveling with your kids to Hong Kong, stay at a family-friendly hotel like Metropark Causeway Bay near Peace Cafe restaurant. Grand Hyatt Hong Kong is a great resort for travelers to Hong Kong who would like to spend their vacation relaxing with an outdoor swimming pool, a sauna and a golf course.
City Guide: Discover the best of Hong Kong
A modern metropolis steeped in unique blends of Eastern and Western traditions.
It's Hong Kong. A globally significant harbor city - the bustling and crowded streets threaten visitors with sensory overload. This is a city that completely takes you out of your comfort zone, but relax and go with it. This city is magical.
From dawn Tai Chi, to teeming streets to spectacular harbor vistas this is a city designed to challenge and pamper. You can live like the city's elite, Hong Kong offers the ultimate luxuries and if you are looking to travel on a budget, at Booked.net you may find cheap hotels in Hong Kong.
We offer detailed information on hotel facilities, photos, maps, and secure reservation forms to get you into a Hong Kong hotel as quickly as possible.
Shopaholics should make a beeline to book a hotel near the Mong Kok shopping area at Booked.net. Guests often choose The Peak with it's unbeatable views of Hong Kong. Despite the hotel being expensive in this area, at Booked.net we negotiate with hotels to offer the lowest possible prices.
One of the most densely populated regions in the world, it is at once one of the world's leading financial centers and also a hotbed of traditional culture.
Always an important trade center, Hong Kong became part of the British Empire in 1842, which led to a unique blending of eastern and western culture that has shaped Hong Kong's identity.
The transfer of sovereignty from the United Kingdom to the People's Republic of China occurred in 1997, officially ending 156 years of British colonial rule.
Home to 7,650 skyscrapers, the high density of urban Hong Kong means few older buildings remain, and the city is becoming a center for modern architecture.
Those worth seeing include;
- The International Commerce Centre (ICC), at 484m (1,588 ft) high, is the tallest building in Hong Kong and the third tallest in the world and the previous tallest title-holder Two International Finance Centre at 415m (1,362 ft) high
- Other recognisable skyline features include the HSBC Headquarters Building and the triangular-topped Central Plaza
- The oldest remaining historic structures include the Tsim Sha Tsui Clock Tower, the Central Police Station and the remains of the Kowloon Walled City
Demand for Hong Kong hotels is high due the heavy volume of tourists, but it is simple to avoid finding a shortage of accommodation in Hong Kong, if you use Booked.net to help you through it.