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I've Rounded Up The Best Places To Stay In Hong Kong, From The Most Luxurious To The Most Affordable

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The most important questions before any trip: how am I getting there, and where am I staying? Lucky for you, I've rounded up some of the best places to stay in and around the Hong Kong area for your next trip to Asia!

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I have two recommendations for each area. One is a bit more luxurious, while the other is a bit more affordable — but still a great place to stay. Without further ado:

West Kowloon/Mong Kok

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1. Luxury: The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong

2. Affordable: Hilton Garden Inn Hong Kong Mongkok

Tsim Sha Tsui

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3. Luxury: The Peninsula Hong Kong

4. Affordable: Royal Pacific Hotel


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5. Luxury: Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong

6. Affordable: Harbour Grand Hong Kong

Causeway Bay

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7. Luxury: Lanson Place Causeway Bay

8. Affordable: Tuve

Eastern District

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9. Luxury: EAST Hong Kong

10. Affordable: Harbour Plaza North Point Hotel

Southern District

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11. Luxury: The Fullerton Ocean Park Hotel Hong Kong

12. Affordable: Nina Hotel Island South

Our Hong Kong travel guide has more places to stay, eat, see and do! Learn more here.

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