Harbour Grand Hong Kong Hong Kong Island
Luxurious and perfectly nestled within the bay-side suburb of Fortress Hill, this exquisite hotel boasts sweeping harbour views, and entices guests with five indulgent restaurants and lounges.
Best Western Plus Hotel Hong Kong Sheung Wan
This is a three years old, first class, 4 star property with good facilities. This hotel can be highly recommended.
The Wharney Guang Dong Hotel Hong Kong Island
This is a good first class hotel situated in a prime location with excellent recreational facilities, including a gym, swimming pool, jacuzzi, sauna and steam bath, ideal for both business and individual travellers. The lobby is medium in size with a fully-equipped business centre on the ground floor. This property has two restaurants, a lobby lounge and a night club. The all-day dining restaurant is Western and serves meals throughout the day, while the second restaurant serves Chinese cuisine.
Iclub Wan Chai Hotel
Regal iClub Hotel, a contemporary select-service hotel located in Hong Kong?s famed Wan Chai entertainment and business district, is the first carbon neutral hotel in Hong Kong and also features a revolutionary array of interactive services and innovative facilities. The hotel provides a smoke-free environment and 99 chic and trendy guestrooms and suites with striking decor, offering style and comfort to discerning tech-savvy business travellers.
Ovolo Central Hong Kong
This hotel is the flagship Hong Kong hotel of Ovolo Group situated in the heart of the city?s entertainment and business district with the best restaurants, clubs, bars, shopping malls and Central MTR transport links all steps away. Guest can enjoy a boutique hotel experience with luxury amenities, and the latest most in-demand technology available in every room.
Luxury on the waterfont
Long renowned for its spectacular views, Victoria Harbour is a sparkling stretch that splits the territory of Hong Kong in two. While its waterfront promenades are popular gathering spots to soak up the vistas, there are a slew of hotels on Hong Kong Island where you can enjoy the harbour views without having to leave your room.
Soaring above Central is the Four Seasons, an elegant haven of comfort and sophistication with two Michelin star restaurants, panoramic Victoria Harbour views and an indulgent day spa. Renaissance Harbour View in Wanchai delivers a 5-star experience with dazzling water views, an acclaimed restaurant, landscaped pool and golf practice facilities.
Kowloon may be the world’s most densely populated area, but Hong Kong Island is a cultural mishmash thanks to its British roots and high energy pace of life. This global powerhouse does the luxe life particularly well, with rooftop hotel bars awarding some of the most spectacular city views.
You can find solace in the urban enclave of Hotel Indigo’s Skybar, enjoy an afternoon tipple or two at the 32nd-floor Sugar bar of the boutique East Hotel, or revel in the dizzying heights of the Ritz Carlton’s Ozone bar. Soaring 118 floors up into the clouds, Ozone is the highest rooftop bar in the city and you have the convenience of being able to enjoy a nightcap while overlooking the sparkling harbour, before retiring to your lavish room or suite.
Hong Kong Island on a budget
While there is no shortage of 5-star delights on Hong Kong Island, you certainly don't need deep pockets to experience its attractions. You can still experience the trip up to the Peak, the revelry of Lan Kwai Fong and Causeway Bay’s retail therapy without blowing your entire budget on a lavish hotel suite.
Whether you’re seeking a basic hostel, family run guesthouse or well known hotel chain, affordable options are endless on the island. Young solo travellers will love the vibrancy of Y-Loft, while Hong Kong Cosco Hotel and Bridal Tea House Hotel deliver comfortable and affordable guest rooms.