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Found 2 kilometres east of Hong Kong's central business district, Wan Chai is a popular neighbourhood to check out when seeing the area.
Hong Kong features a great range of recognisable places to see, like the Soho, the International Finance Centre and the Madame Tussauds.
Situated a short walk from Wan Chai, visitors will find Times Square Shopping Mall, the most iconic attraction in the area.
Looking for accommodation in the area around the Happy Valley Race Course? There are plenty of options, like the Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, Island Shangri-La, InterContinental Hong Kong, JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong and Hullett House.
Close to the Tin Hau Temple, in the same precinct of Wan Chai, are The Peninsula Hong Kong, The Upper House, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, Kowloon Shangri-La, Hong Kong and Renaissance Hong Kong Harbour View Hotel.
There are few places more peaceful than the elaborate interior of a temple. Get some downtime at Lin Fa Kung Temple. Consider the rates at the Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers and Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel to be close by. Visitors feeling the urge to splurge should head to Island Beverley Centre. For this spot, check out The Ritz Carlton Hong Kong and Conrad Hong Kong.
People that are travelling on the cheap and searching for a place to kick up their feet in Wan Chai will discover the most bang for their buck at the Home Plus Inn.
At Wotif, we believe that sometimes you just have to spoil yourself. So if you are after places to stay in Wan Chai and you're able to splurge, you should have a gander at the amenities at the Gloucester Luk Kwok Hong Kong and Novotel Century Hong Kong.
Can't face the day without your morning coffee? You'll be relieved to know Wan Chai has some excellent cafes. Renaissance Hong Kong Harbour View Hotel is a local favourite, offering a mouthwatering selection of steamy drinks and pastries. Once the caffeine wears off and your belly starts hankering for some heartier fare, have a browse through the menu at Gloucester Luk Kwok Hotel. This well-loved eatery dishes up some seriously tasty food. If you wouldn't say no to a couple of cold ones before heading back to the hotel, why not pop into The Langham, Hong Kong Hotel? Who knows, the bartender might even be able to give you some tips on what to see tomorrow!
When you're ready to escape the daily grind and start adventuring, Wotif is happy to help, from hotels and flights to car hire and activities.
Hotels in Wan Chai start at AU$46 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.