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The Peninsula Hong Kong

Tsim Sha Tsui 97 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Peninsula blends marble-clad opulence and old world colonial charm while its modern rooms offer unrivalled harbour views. — DK Eyewitness

The Pen, established in 1928, is the Grand Old Lady of Hong Kong hotels. — The Telegraph

We'll come right out and say it: The Peninsula is one of the finest hotels in the world, and has been since 1928. — concierge.com

Even in a city with so many world-class hotels, the Peninsula manages to stand apart from the rest, an oasis of old-world glamour. — Fodor's

You know you’re somewhere special when pillbox-hatted page boys politely whisk open double-front doors to reveal an airy lobby with soaring ceilings. — Forbes Travel Guide

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Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong

Central 93 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Jaw-dropping views, Michelin-starred meals, decadent spa treatments and spacious suites all under one roof in Asia’s art capital — Jetsetter

When the gleaming, high-rise Five-Star Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong opened in 2005 on a waterfront stretch of land in the city’s Central District, it raised the bar for luxury in Hong Kong. — Forbes Travel Guide

The only hotel in the world with two Michelin three-star restaurants offers legendary service, along with direct access to the International Finance Centre and all kinds of world-class shopping. — Fodor's

Everything about the Four Seasons is class, from the fine rooms and restaurants to the panoramic harbour views. — Lonely Planet

Brand new in 2005, this 399-room waterfront property has a gargantuan, decadent spa... and spacious rooms and suites. — Travel + Leisure

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from $528

The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

Central 93 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

With only 101 rooms and 12 suites, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental is a chic and intimate hotel in the heart of Hong Kong, located right on The Queen’s Road Central. — Forbes Travel Guide

Mandarin Oriental is probably the only brand that could, and did, make it work, thanks to great design and its signature impeccable service. — BlackBook

Located amidst the towering skyscrapers in the heart of the city’s shopping and business districts, the Landmark Mandarin Oriental is housed within an exclusive shopping centre. — Wallpaper

Located atop the Landmark shopping complex and popular with designers who have shops there, this small hotel has a contemporary yet laid-back, refined atmosphere. — Frommer's

In a daring act of brand extension, the venerable Mandarin Oriental took a big step into the world of design and boutique hotels with their 2005 opening: The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong. — Gayot

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Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

Central 93 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

At the heart of the banking district, the Mandarin Oriental has had one of the best locations in Hong Kong for decades. — BlackBook

It’s like magic, really, stepping inside the Mandarin Oriental. — Afar Magazine

This flagship’s status as the place to see, and be seen, has not changed. — The Telegraph

The suites here have an elegant and modern Chinese look to them, with huge windows that open up onto a balcony that wraps around the entire space — goop

The venerable Mandarin has historically set the standard in Asia. — Lonely Planet

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from $383

InterContinental Hong Kong

Tsim Sha Tsui 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Stylish Hong Kong stalwart with a waterfront location and a clutch of Michelin stars — Jetsetter

The 590-room InterContinental is one of the most luxurious hotels in Hong Kong, conveniently situated in Kowloon within walking distance of numerous sights. — oyster.com

One thing didn’t require improvement: the hotel’s unrivaled views of Hong Kong. — Travel + Leisure

Rival in quality to the Peninsula and the preferred hotel of many business tycoons. $2700. — Rough Guide

High-end hospitality and spectacular views of Hong Kong Island and Victoria Harbour. — Gayot

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The Upper House

Hong Kong 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Opened in October 2009, the boutique hotel The Upper House, sister to Beijing’s trendy Opposite House hotel, occupies the top floors of a Pacific Place tower (thus, the name). — Forbes Travel Guide

Every corner of this boutique hotel spells zen-like serenity. — Lonely Planet

More pied-à-terre than hotel, this contemporary-style 117-room property in a Central tower is all about subtle details. — Travel + Leisure

The Upper House was designed to give guests the experience of staying in a luxury residence within easy reach of the design stores, markets, and nightlife of the Wan Chai neighborhood. — Afar Magazine

This discreet and stylish hotel is on the wish-list of fashionistas everywhere. The clever use of art, sculpture and natural materials makes one feel on is in a private house. — Michelin Guide

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The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong

Hong Kong 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The highest hotel in the world exists in Hong Kong at the newish ICC tower in Kowloon. The day that we stayed at the hotel, it was quite foggy, but added to the ambiance of the dark... — Afar Magazine

All 312 guest rooms and suites feature Wi-Fi, iPod docking stations and flat-screen TVs, as well as expansive windows overlooking Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong Island and the New Territories. — Gayot

Touting itself as the world’s tallest hotel, The Ritz-Carlton’s newest luxury oasis in the sky occupies the 102 to 118th floor of Hong Kong’s iconic International Commerce Centre. — Forbes Travel Guide

From the world's highest hotel... every large and luxurious guest room enjoys a stupendous vantage point. — Fodor's

It's a bit of a shock to get a room card that reads 115-26 (room 26 on the 115th floor), but what do you expect from the highest hotel in the world. — Frommer's

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Island Shangri-La Hong Kong

Hong Kong 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Sitting atop the Pacific Place mall on the side of the hill overlooking the harbor and towering over the financial district below, Island Shangri-La is the ultimate luxury business hotel. — BlackBook

That’s not to say that the hotel caters just to art lovers, business travelers flock here for its business center and executive rooms. — Forbes Travel Guide

Hong Kong Island's tallest hotel (measured from sea level) offers the ultimate in extravagance and luxury, rivaling the grand hotels in Paris or London: It's one of my favorite hotels in the world. — Frommer's

This monolithic hotel offers plush sophistication with an early ‘90s vibe. — Lonely Planet

Arguably the most luxurious hotel in Hong Kong, the 565-room Shangri-La features opulent details. — oyster.com

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from $306

Grand Hyatt Hong Kong

Wan Chai / Causeway Bay 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The stunning lobby, framed by black marble columns with broad spiral staircases that lead to the restaurants, paves the way to restaurants, meeting rooms and a grand ballroom. — Forbes Travel Guide

The Grand Hyatt is where you can pretend you’re not in Hong Kong whilst sleeping next door to the city’s Convention and Exhibition Centre — The Telegraph

Part of the Convention and Exhibition Centre complex, with harbour views and a luxurious feel. It also has the largest hotel swimming pool in Hong Kong. $3200. — Rough Guide

This waterfront hotel connected to a convention center has a "very opulent lobby" with marble columns and spiral staircases. — Condé Nast Traveler

Vast and unrestrained luxury in the public and private areas is the defining characteristic here. — Lonely Planet

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from $273

Conrad Hong Kong

Hong Kong 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Modern hotel with well-equipped rooms. Its position on the upper floors of the Pacific Place towers ensures views from all rooms. $3200. — Rough Guide

This elegantly unstuffy hotel above Pacific Pl gets enthusiastic reviews for its attention to business travellers’ needs. — Lonely Planet

A good, conveniently-located hotel that’s been in Hong Kong since 1990 — The Telegraph

A gleaming-white, oval-shaped tower rising from the Pacific Place complex offers dramatic views of the harbor and the Peak. — Fodor's

Set on 21 floors of the Pacific Place Towers skyscraper, with larger-than-average guest rooms; downstairs is the posh Pacific Place Mall. — Travel + Leisure

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from $263

Hotel ICON

Tsim Sha Tsui 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The rooms at this teaching hotel of a university are clean, modern and spacious, and the service is excellent. — Lonely Planet

Hong Kong’s much-talked about Hotel Icon attempted to outdo the rest by enlisting a group of design icons (hence the name) to decorate its stylish spaces. — Forbes Travel Guide

Its style credentials are clear, from the works by local artists to the modern staircase and vertical garden Market is a buffet restaurant; formal dining in Above and Beyond. — Michelin Guide

This modern hotel is the result of a successful hospitality experiment: Its staff members are all hotel management students hand-picked from the adjoining Hong Kong Polytechnic University — Travel + Leisure

Specially commissioned furniture pieces of lush marble and woods welcome you into your temporary living space while floor-to-ceiling windows provide views of the Victoria Harbour unlike any other. — Afar Magazine

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from $216

Kowloon Shangri-La Hong Kong

Tsim Sha Tsui 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It’s still got reliably good service, and excellent views across the harbour. — The Telegraph

The first thing to strike you will be the size and grandeur of the lobby, with its marble, sparkling chandeliers and tiered water fountain. — Michelin Guide

-room hotel on Kowloon's Tsim Sha Tsui East waterfront, with floor-to-ceiling bay windows in every room — Travel + Leisure

The views, the bars and restaurants here, including Tapas Bar, are excellent. — Lonely Planet

An elegant hotel with a central location overlooking Victoria Harbour. — Gayot

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from $219

W Hong Kong

Hong Kong 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Using the design theme of an enchanted forest, this Kowloon hotel is "incredibly innovative, cutting-edge, hip, and wild." — Condé Nast Traveler

W Hong Kong certainly fulfills its mission to create a World of WOW! — The Telegraph

Typically funky W on West Kowloon's waterfront — except this one has a 76th-floor infinity pool — Jetsetter

Definitely too funky for your aunt, but a blast for a particular type of homo sapiens who came of age in a particular design-conscious era. — BlackBook

This is the go-to hotel if you’re after designer furniture. — Lonely Planet

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from $278

The Langham, Hong Kong

Tsim Sha Tsui 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The renovated Langham continues to serve up five-star luxury in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui. — Lonely Planet

Located in the heart of the popular tourist area Tsim Sha Tsui, the 495-room Langham Hotel is a luxury property and a shopper's paradise. — oyster.com

European luxury meets Asian enchantment at the revered Langham Hotel Hong Kong. While frenetic city action unfolds beneath the hotel’s floor-to-ceiling glass windows, the Langham... — Jetsetter

Service is the name of the game at so many of Hong Kong’s hotels and the Langham is no different — goop

Italianate grandeur is the aesthetic of choice at this Kowloon property, set a few blocks away from the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront. — Travel + Leisure

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from $208

Lanson Place Hotel

Wan Chai / Causeway Bay 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Along Causeway Bay on Hong Kong Island, the Lanson Place Hotel offers a quiet stay in the heart of the city’s action. Rooms represent the minimalist chic you’d find in any big-city... — Jetsetter

Following close on JIA's heels (and just down the street), this laid-back boutique hotel caters to long-staying guests with upbeat, contemporary rooms. — Frommer's

This plush hotel is an oasis of calm and class amid the Causeway Bay din. — Lonely Planet

The understated, striking design promotes a sense of calm, from the relaxing lounge/library to guest quarters that feel like exclusive apartments. — Fodor's

With towering columns and arched windows, the striking facade of this hotel can be easily mistaken for the headquarters of a foreign embassy — Travel + Leisure

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from $202

The Mira Hong Kong

Tsim Sha Tsui 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Give every room an Arne Jacobsen Egg chair add a cool, urban aesthetic and all the hi-tech extras you'll ever need and you have The Mira- a stylish, vibrant and modern hotel. — Michelin Guide

The Hotel Miramar wanted to become a boutique, so it did. After a US$ 65 million sex change, it's now The Mira, and it’s virtually unrecognizable. — BlackBook

This hip 492-room luxury property is centrally located in hopping Tsim Sha Tsui. — oyster.com

Fresh from a $65 million makeover,this 492-room property has a sleek 18,000-square-foot spa and a restaurant by star Singaporean chef Justin Quek. — Travel + Leisure

Streamlined-sleek guest rooms have touches of modern buzz everywhere... but the excellent service and guest-friendly facilities make this much more than a hip showplace. — Fodor's

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from $153

The Salisbury-YMCA of Hong Kong

Tsim Sha Tsui 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

You may not find better value anywhere else in Hong Kong. The harborside setting is spectacular, many rooms boast fine views and all are reasonably spacious. — DK Eyewitness

Little wonder this upscale YMCA is a popular budget choice: it sits next to the mighty Peninsula and across from the city's three biggest museums on Tsim Sha Tsui's harborfront. — Fodor's

Its room rates do not follow those found in your typical YMCA, but the Hong Kong Y is nonetheless one of the best bargains in the city. — Insight Guides

If you can manage to book a room at this fabulously located hostel/hotel, you’ll be rewarded with professional service and excellent exercise facilities. — Lonely Planet

Situated in the bustling tourist and shopping district of Tsim Sha Tsui, the 372-room Salisbury-YMCA of Hong Kong is an upscale property that's well-located within walking distance to major sights. — oyster.com

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from $92

Bishop Lei International House

Hong Kong 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Run by Hong Kong’s Catholic Diocese, this conveniently located property, only a few minutes’ walk from both Admiralty and ­Central MTR stations, includes an exercise room and outdoor swimming pool. — Insight Guides

If you want to pretend that you live in Hong Kong, in a residential area popular with expats and abounding in charming neighborhood restaurants and bars, call this home. — Frommer's

An excellent-value hotel owned and managed by the Catholic diocese of Hong Kong, which is popular with bargain-hunting business people who prefer to be slightly removed from the masses. — The Telegraph

This hotel in residential Mid-Levels, though out of the way, provides a lot of bang for your buck. — Lonely Planet

If you've ever dreamed of living a life of privilege in the Mid-Levels without having to pay through the nose for it, this is your chance. — Fodor's

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from $52

The Park Lane Hong Kong, a Pullman Hotel

Wan Chai / Causeway Bay 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Those looking for local flavor can wander the maze of pedestrian streets behind the hotel, some of the island's most colorful settings. — Fodor's

The Park Lane Hotel commands a prime location in Causeway Bay, just across from Victoria Park and a few minutes' walk from an MTR station — oyster.com

With restful views of Victoria Park to the east and busy Causeway Bay to the west, the Park Lane is a good choice for those who want to be both in and out of the action. — Lonely Planet

Although it's inland, I've always liked the location of this hotel -- across from huge Victoria Park and close to many restaurants, shops, and department stores. — Frommer's

This is an established hotel, with a grand entrance opposite Victoria Park, that’s doing a good job of updating itself for newer travellers in one of the most crowded neighbourhoods of Hong Kong — The Telegraph

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from $207

The Luxe Manor

Tsim Sha Tsui 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Tsim Sha Tsui's latest stab at a style-led boutique hotel is a tad self-conscious perhaps but works pretty well. — Lonely Planet

The Luxe Manor is a true sensory experience for the eyes. — oyster.com

The Luxe Manor prides itself on its quirkiness in a town full of generic hotels — The Telegraph

The eclectic mix of Oriental, Post-modern and European decor is designed to give guests a "surreal" experience. Accommodation is a choice of deluxe and garden suites. — DK Eyewitness

With its post-modern art displays and whimsical decor, the Luxe Manor appeals to those with larger-than-life personalities — Travel + Leisure

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