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Cordis Hong Kong at Langham Place - Kowloon Hotels

Cordis Hong Kong at Langham Place

555 Shanghai Street, Kowloon - Map
"Great stop over break"
2 night stay on trip to London picked by hotel car at airport quick ride in to the Hotel met at the front door by staff and escorted to our room. Club floor staff were fantastic and spoilt us during our stay. Club floor facilities exceptional. Main concierge staff in reception area not nearly as friendly and helpful as club floor.
A Traveller
CHI Residence 279 - Kowloon Hotels

CHI Residence 279

279 Shanghai Street, Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon - Map
4.4 out of 5 (54 reviews)
The Cityview - Kowloon Hotels

The Cityview

23 Waterloo Road, Kowloon - Map
"Great experience"
stayed a few times in Cityview. They have been updating some of the rooms and have done a great job
Traveller from australia
Metropark Hotel Kowloon - Kowloon Hotels

Metropark Hotel Kowloon

75 Waterloo Road, Kowloon - Map
"Great stay in HongKong"
Metropark Kowloon is an easy walk to MongKok shopping precinct and markets, and easy walk to Mongkok East Station for a trip to Shenzhen, and the best part: a free shuttle every half hour to Tsa Shim Tsui. Friendly staff, clean room, everything worked including WiFi. the only complaint we had was when we asked about getting a short term visa for Shenzhen we were given conflicting information by the reception desk and the tour office, both incorrect. FYI: it is an easy, if a little bureacratic, process. take the train on East Line to Wo Lu, go through Hong Kong border formalities, get visa for China, enter. Cost is not huge, about $40 in RMB.
Traveller from Rotorua, New Zealand
A Hotel - Kowloon Hotels

A Hotel

123 Tung Choi Street, Kowloon - Map
Oi Suen Guesthouse - Kowloon Hotels

Oi Suen Guesthouse

Room 811-812, 8/F, Sincere House, Kowloon - Map
Silka Seaview Hotel - Kowloon Hotels

Silka Seaview Hotel

268 Shanghai Street, Kowloon - Map
3.6 out of 5 (935 reviews)
Holiday Inn Express Hong Kong Mongkok - Kowloon Hotels

Holiday Inn Express Hong Kong Mongkok

No.1 Dundas Street, Kowloon - Map
"Nice room, looks very new. Close to Nathan Road"
We stayed most of the time in our room. Very comfortable than being outside due to the heat and humidity.
Traveller from Australia
Holiday Inn Express Hong Kong Mongkok invites you to stay in comfort and convenience for your next visit to Hong Kong. Hotel …More
Silka West Kowloon Hotel - Kowloon Hotels

Silka West Kowloon Hotel

48 Anchor Street, Kowloon - Map
3.6 out of 5 (614 reviews)
Stanford Hotel - Kowloon Hotels

Stanford Hotel

118 Soy Street, Kowloon - Map
"Refurbished rooms in convenient location"
Our room had been refurbished in a modern style and was very well laid out and a reasonable size for a HK hotel. Staff were very helpful in arranging shuttle bus to and from the airport. The hotel is conveniently located an easy walk from Mong Kok Station and the Ladies Market and all the night life, especially on a Saturday night. Yet the hotel is quiet.
Traveller from western Australia
Stanford Hotel Hong Kong will undertakeenhancement work of hotel guestrooms/commencing from May 04 to July 06/ …More

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    Pocket Guide: Yau Ma Tei

    Hong Kong and Kowloon have so much to offer. Sections of these cities are so unique they can keep you occupied for days. Yau Ma Tei is the perfect example of this. Down at street level, between the towering buildings and serious skyscrapers, is an area whose streets are alive with personality. There are markets that feel just as much a part of the city as the buildings and quaint architecture that are reminiscent of the small village Hong Kong once was. Grab one of our great Yau Ma Tei hotels and get stuck into the highlights of vibrant Hong Kong.

    Things to do

    Yau Ma Tei is in the south of the Kowloon Peninsula and is part of the city’s heart. One of the main arteries of Kowloon is Temple Street. It’s by no means the widest road, but it’s definitely one with a lot of life. There is a night market here that begins at 2:00pm and closes in the wee hours of the morning. Hundreds of stalls line the street selling clothes, gadgets, accessories and antiques. Work your way behind the stalls and into the side streets for even more selection. Fortune tellers are also on hand to peek into your future. Before the market, you should visit Tin Hau Temple, a quaint complex with coiled incense hanging from the ceiling that lasts for weeks, and get your fortune read.

    Even the area’s museums are unusual. Toys, old and new, from all over the world can be studied in the displays at Hong Kong International Hobby and Toy Museum. Elsewhere, on Waterloo Road, the Red Brick House (Engineer’s Office of the Former Pumping Station) stands protected for its historic significance, looking strangely out of place but cool among the modern cityscape that rose around it over the years.

    Eating out

    Yau Ma Tei is also like a food museum that is home to gems like La Taverna Restaurant – Hong Kong’s oldest Italian restaurant, expensive steak houses, and cheap and very cheerful street food. Temple Street and the Mong Kok area are where you can find juicy grilled meat on a stick, waffles, and even quick and easy Chinese seafood!

    The best way to see Yau Ma Tei is undoubtedly walking, but if you want to break beyond its borders and see the rest of Hong Kong – which you definitely should – head to the nearest MTR Station (likely Yau Ma Tei Station) and enjoy the smooth, short rides to other corners of the city. Hong Kong Island may be across Victoria Harbour, but you can be there in minutes. Just remember to take the ferry across at least once as it’s the best way to see the city sights.

    Getting there

    Ready to take on Hong Kong’s fast-paced central streets? Check out our flights to Hong Kong and stay with us in our Yau Ma Tei accommodation and get set for an exciting journey.


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