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Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong - Hong Kong Hotels

Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong

8 Finance Street, Hong Kong - Map
4.8 out of 5 (273 reviews)
On the waterfront overlooking Victoria Harbour and the financial district, Four Seasons redefines luxury and excellent in a …More
Hotel LKF by Rhombus in Lan Kwai Fong - Hong Kong Hotels

Hotel LKF by Rhombus in Lan Kwai Fong

33 Wyndham Street, Hong Kong - Map
"Good business, good out of business location"
Nice hotel, modern, large rooms, beautifully appointed. No pool, gym is small but sufficient. Nightlife at your doorstep in LKF is a bonus.
Traveller from Sydney
Lan Kwai Fong Hotel @ Kau U Fong - Hong Kong Hotels

Lan Kwai Fong Hotel @ Kau U Fong

3 Kau U Fong, Hong Kong - Map
"Great price in a good location"
If you really only need a room in a good central location, and don't care about all the extras (pool, bar, restaurant, etc), then this is the place for you. Located just off Aberdeen Street you are only a block to Hollywood and two to SOHO. You are also far enough away from those areas to be able to get a good nights sleep without all the noise form the street. A lot of the new restaurants and shopping (especially for those into design) are nearby. Not suitable for those that struggle with steps as Aberdeen Street is very steep. If you're over 5 foot 10 (177 cm) you might struggle with the beds as they are short doubles. However for everyone else it's a nice, small room (a little dated and kitschy) in a good location at a great price.
Traveller from Melbourne
iclub Sheung Wan Hotel - Hong Kong Hotels

iclub Sheung Wan Hotel

138 Bonham Strand, Hong Kong - Map
"modern, clean and fairly roomy"
As per title, hotel is modern and clean. I was warned that HK hotel rooms do not normally have space. Plenty of space in my room.
A Traveller
Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong - Hong Kong Hotels

Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

5 Connnaught Road, Hong Kong - Map
4.8 out of 5 (195 reviews)
The Pottinger Hong Kong - Hong Kong Hotels

The Pottinger Hong Kong

74 Queen’s Road Central, Hong Kong - Map
"Very good small hotel in a great location."
The Pottinger is close to everything in Central and the staff are really excellent. Very friendly and nothing is too much trouble. The ambience is sophisticated but soft - not too much marble and glass. Our room was not large but the bathroom was quite generous. Have stayed at 3 or 4 similar hotels in HK and would definitely prefer the Pottinger.
Traveller from Australia
Hotel LBP - Hong Kong Hotels

Hotel LBP

4/F Hollywood Centre, Hong Kong - Map
"Intimate and Friendly"
This is a smaller boutique hotel. The staff were very welcoming and always happy to help. The rooms were quiet and clean. The lounge area on level 4 was a good place to relax for a while after a busy day. Breakfast was included and whilst you don't have the same variety as the big hotels it was freshly prepared and met our needs. Overall, if you are looking for a smaller more intimate hotel then we would highly recommend Hotel LBP.
Traveller from Australia
Butterfly on Wellington - Hong Kong Hotels

Butterfly on Wellington

122 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong - Map
"right in the middle of hong kong island action."
the hotel is very comfortable with a simple asian theme. it was great.
Traveller from Sunshine Coast, Australia
Ovolo Noho - Hong Kong Hotels

Ovolo Noho

286 Queen's Road Central, Hong Kong - Map
"Convenient and friendly "
Great little hotel just close to all of the sights but far enough away to be quiet. The room is very small so would find it difficult with two people. Happy hour and free mini bar was great!
Traveller from Melbourne, Aus
The Mercer Hong Kong - Hong Kong Hotels

The Mercer Hong Kong

29 Jervois Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong - Map
"Friendly staff and great location! "
This hotel is in a good location and great value for money!
Traveller from WA

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    Central is a Hong Kong district that isn’t like its neighbours. Despite lacking a distinct name common to areas within the city, like Causeway Bay, Wan Chai or Tsim Sha Tsui, you only have to look to see that it speaks for itself. Skyscrapers reach a little higher and glow a little brighter here. Shops and restaurants set the bar for class and selection. Travellers who love an urban adventure and modern cities shouldn’t hesitate to book from our Central hotels on Hong Kong Island!

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    As one of Asia’s most well-known concrete jungles, shopping claims a well-earned position at the top of Central’s offerings, but it does not outshine the rest. You could spend a whole holiday getting to know the district’s scenic, entertainment and cultural qualities. It’s like a gold-plated Swiss Army Knife of Asian cities, and the mix of Chinese-English heritage only makes it more special. The best place to take it all in is Victoria Peak, which should be a mandatory stop for all visitors. Riding the Peak Tram up to higher ground is already a small history lesson as it first opened in 1888, and once at the top you’ll be able to see most of urban Hong Kong Island and Kowloon to the north. The view defines Hong Kong so well even locals visit regularly.

    Back at sea level, Soho and Lan Kwai Fong are the heart of the Central’s entertainment attractions. Your tastes have to be quite obscure to not find a restaurant that satisfies your cravings in these two areas, which have everything from Lebanese and Japanese, to Italian pizza and cheap local Chinese fare. The same can be said if you’re looking for drinks and nightlife.

    However, when it comes to a quintessential Hong Kong meal, Lin Heung Tea House will make a lasting impression. The simple interior and atmosphere has survived from Old Hong Kong, likely giving you the most interesting dim sum meal you’ve ever had. Lin Heung can be found on Wellington Street not far from Sheung Wan MTR Station, which is also a good stretch of road to find local products like dried food or majong sets – just make sure you don’t challenge the locals to a game!

    It’s easy to get around Hong Kong, and some of its transportation options are part of the experience. The Star Ferry services are a highlight but Central is home to the world’s largest outdoor covered escalator system. It runs 800 metres from the foot of the hills of the Mid-Levels northeast to Des Voeux Road in Central, transporting pedestrians downhill from 6:00am to 10:30am and then uphill through to midnight. You can exit onto all roads it passes, and the system can be used to connect many of the places mentioned above.

    On top of all this, Central Hong Kong has museums like Madame Tussauds, the sizeable Hong Kong Park, IFC Mall with its relaxing landscaped rooftop, and celebrations during western holidays like New Year and Halloween as well as its own food and beer festivals during the summer. It’s impossible to cover it all, but what can be assured is that the area will not disappoint.

    So wot are you waiting for? Book a flight to Hong Kong, stay in Central accommodation and be perfectly poised to take in the city’s best and more!


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