Finding a hotel or a guesthouse in Hong Kong

By Bigaltravelcompanion | Jun 23, 2019
Asia > China > Hong Kong

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Choosing hotels can be daunting task! We can be scratching our heads all day long on the computer screen and we cannot figure out which one can we choose! Thousand and thousand of hotels are located in Hong Kong. Some are scams too! This situation certainly a major concern for backpackers. Of course, there are heaps hotels in Hong Kong. You will say what on earth do I need to figure this out for long? My work life is stressful (well sometimes we do have fun at work) and I just simply want a break from work. We gotta getaway and enjoy ourselves by a straight forward travel plan. Love life! Here we go! I hope that the information provided below helps you relief some stress or just give you some ideas how to get ahead of your research. For staying, I would recommend hotels next to Victoria Harbour which gains you an advantage on fare saving and fast run to Central and Wan Chai. A hotel close to MTR stations can get you literally everywhere in no time. A hotel close to The Peak Tram is located very close to the tram stop in Central and it is situated very close to nearly every tourist spots in Central.

Hotels in Major Tourism Spots

Hong Kong Hotels Association provides a list on their website which is comprehensive for you to pick hotels in your desired location. The hotels in the proximity of tourism areas may be helpful for you to narrow down your choice on your pick list. If you do not like it, Google or other websites are helpful as well.


1. Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong
2. Island Shangri-La
3. Mandarin Oriental
4. The Murray

Cheung Chau

1. The Warwick Hotel

Discovery Bay

1. Auberge


1. Disney Explorers Lodge
2. Disney's Hollywood Hotel
3. Hong Kong Disney Hotel

Hong Kong Gold Coast

1. Gold Coast Hotel

Hong Kong International Airport

1. Regal Airport Hotel Hong Kong

Kowloon City

1. Regal Oriental Hotel

Lamma Island

1. Concerto Inn

Lantau Island (no hotel on the hill but Tung Chung)

1. Novotel Hong Kong Citygate Hotel

Ocean Park

1. Hong Kong Ocean Park Marriott Hotel

Sha Tin

1. Courtyard
2. Royal Parak Hotel
3. Regal Riverside Hotel

Sheung Wan

1. Butterfly on Waterfront
2. Holiday Inn Express
3. ibis
4. iclub

Tsim Sha Tsui

1. Intercontinental
2. Hong Kong
3. Kowloon Shangri-La
4. Macro Polo Hongkong Hotel
5. Sheraton
6. The Kowloon Hotel
7. The Peninsula

Wan Chai

1. Grand Hyatt Hong Kong
2. Renaissance Hong Kong Harbour View Hotel
3. The Fleming Hotel
4. The Harbourview
5. The St. Regis Hong Kong

Yau Ma Tei

1. Eaton HK
2. Evergreen Hotel Hong Kong
3. Largos Hotel
4. Nathan Road Kowloon Hotel
5. Novotel Hong Kong


Please be aware that some hotels and hostels in Hong Kong do provide reasonable price for your stay. However, there are always some catch as scam businesses has been growing recently in Hong Kong. Check out the website of The Office of The Licensing Authority for more information to protect your interest.

Free Bus Connection

As far as I know, there are two free bus services happening in Hong Kong. When you are staying in some hotels, check out if they co-operate with MTR where they offer free bus service connecting their hotels to Hong Kong International Airport! In the airport, you will find a reception desk at the arrival hall. In case you cannot locate the reception desk, find airport staff members for help. Complimentary Airport Express Shuttle Bus Service is offered by MTR traveling in between Hong Kong International Airport and some hotels. Check out their website and find out more!

What's more, Disneyland offer a complementary bus service traveling in bewteen Disneyland and its hotels. Check out their website and find out more! The location of the bus stop is a bit tricky. When you walk out Disneyland MTR Station, a wide path will lead you either to Disneyland pier, Disneyland entrance or bus terminus. Turn left which is heading to the direction opposite to the pier. Keep walking and you will see the bus station ahead. If no staff member is there, a customer service center is around so you won't get lost.

Taxi Service

Taxi service in Hong Kong mainly have three branches. There are many taxi services in Hong Kong. Red Taxi (mainly traveling between Kowloon and Hong Kong Island), Green Taxi (mainly travel between New Territories and Kowloon) and Blue Taxi (only travel in Outlying Islands). Please jump on board "Protecting Our Interest When Taking a Taxi In Hong Kong", which is written by me, for more information.

Harbour Crossing

When you wanna travel between Hong Kong Island and Nine Dragon (Kowloon), you may take a ferry ride. A ferry ride is the only option when you travel between Hong Kong Island and Outlying Islands. The ferry pier is located in Central.

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Written by Bigaltravelcompanion
Albert Wilson born and has lived in Hong Kong for nearly twenty years. He is inspired by Lara Croft and her father much which lead him to have a profound interest in history, archeology, anthropology, culture, festival, and local food. His knowledge gained through guided tours, reading, watching the video, chatting and befriend with locals! In his book, he is more than willing to share his experience and knowledge in Hong Kong by relevant and practical approaches with you from common to hidden gems. In addition, Albert Wilson experienced some interesting life stories and he wants to share with you in his book as well as travel blogs and so... Read more

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