Hong Kong has plenty of options for accommodation, but you might find that you have to pay through the nose for it. If you are looking to save money, then booking a guesthouse in Kowloon might be your best option. Rooms will be shared and not dissimilar to hostels, but with a price tag of $80HK per night, it won’t break the bank. You can expect to pay on average $750HK for a small room in a one star hotel, to $2500HK for a room in a three star boutique hotel. If you are staying in Central and want a view of the harbour, you can expect to pay three times as much. For more information on accommodation in Hong Kong, visit here where you can find plenty of listings and contacts.
This hotel falls into the average price scale, with rooms starting at $2500HK per night. The hotel itself is almost boutique in style but the rooms are larger than what you can normally expect for this price in Central. Located in Hong Kong’s business district, it has an ideal location and remains popular with tourists and visitors.
Not to be confused with Hotel LKF, this hotel is a cheaper ($1400HK per night) version of a classy boutique style hotel. The rooms are furnished with cute antique style Chinese furniture and it’s location in the more traditional part of Sheung Wan means that it has plenty to offer for people visiting the city.
One of the best hotel chains in the world, the Mandarin is widely reported to be the best hotel in Hong Kong. With rooms coming in at $4500HK per night for the cheapest option, it is not one for budget travellers but for those wishing to see the city in style, it is worth splashing out. Located on Connaught Road in the heart of Central, the location can’t be beaten.
An inexpensive option in Wan Chai, rooms cost only $1400HK per night and are quite comfortable. Don’t expect too much from the facilities, but if you are only looking for a room to lay your head, then you can do far worse than King’s. Book through the website to take advantage of promos and offers.
The Hyatt is one of the better hotels in Hong Kong, with the largest swimming pool on the island. As luxurious as it’s Western counterparts, rooms go for $3200HK per night minimum but for this price, you can enjoy the luxury of it’s design and the great views over the harbour.
In Causeway Bay, you can find this basic but inexpensive guest house, which offers small rooms for low prices ($450HK per night). The facilities are limited, but all rooms have air conditioning, private bathrooms and a TV.
If you are only stopping briefly in Hong Kong on business or you fancy a little bit more luxury than the average, try Park Lane where rooms start from $2000HKD per night. It has great transport links, so if you don’t want to waste time hunting down an MTR station, you might want to bear this hotel in mind.