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Tsim Sha Tsui
21 reviews
The Pen, established in 1928, is the Grand Old Lady of Hong Kong hotels. — The Telegraph
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Hong Kong Island
19 reviews
Live like a lord of the city from your spacious studio or suite's perch overlooking the skyline. — Mr & Mrs Smith
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Central
21 reviews
Sporting all of the five-star services of a large luxury hotel, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental manages to feel both intimate and well equipped. — Mr & Mrs Smith
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Central
18 reviews
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
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Hong Kong Island
17 reviews
Soaring 56 floors above Pacific Place Shopping Complex in Central, Island Shangri-La, Hong Kong offers luxurious accommodation and a Michelin-star restaurant. — Time Out
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Tsim Sha Tsui
17 reviews
Whereas the Peninsula, across the street, is the grand old dame of Hong Kong's hotels, the InterContinental is like its youthful, stylish cousin. — Frommer's
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Central
17 reviews
This award-winning hotel has had no problems attracting visitors with enough cash to enjoy its Michelin-starred restaurants, spectacular views and general aura of monied exclusivity. — The Telegraph
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Tsim Sha Tsui
13 reviews
The rooms at this teaching hotel of a university are clean, modern and spacious, and the service is excellent. — Lonely Planet
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Kowloon
15 reviews
Sitting atop the Airport Express Kowloon Station, this out-of-the-way luxury hotel is the tallest hotel on earth at the time of writing. — Lonely Planet
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Wan Chai / Causeway Bay
16 reviews
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
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Hong Kong Island
14 reviews
The upscale Conrad Hong Kong is housed in a gorgeous skyscraper in Central, taking up the upper-level floors of a large, high-end shopping center. — Oyster
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Kowloon
13 reviews
W Hotels’ first Chinese outpost is in Hong Kong’s booming West Kowloon district, and many of its 393 rooms have enviable views of the skyline. — Travel + Leisure
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Tsim Sha Tsui
14 reviews
This luxury hotel features a European-inspired ambience and a variety of on-site draws, including several refined restaurants. — Gayot
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Tsim Sha Tsui
12 reviews
You might feel like a '70s tycoon amid murals, fountains, and crystal chandeliers in the lobby, and the feeling extends to the spacious rooms decorated in warm colors. — Fodor's
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Wan Chai / Causeway Bay
13 reviews
The neighborhood has lacked for stylish and economical accommodations... The Fleming expertly fills the gap with its high ceilings, indulgent bathrooms, ergonomic office chairs, and Wi-Fi. — Concierge
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Central
11 reviews
Harking back to the charm of old Hong Kong, The Pottinger is a new 68-room boutique hotel perched on the city’s first pebbled step street. — Wallpaper
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Hong Kong Island
6 reviews
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
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Tsim Sha Tsui
11 reviews
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
8
Tsim Sha Tsui
8 reviews
This is the best of the three Marco Polo hotels here, with the largest rooms and the only one with views of the harbor. — Star Service
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Wan Chai / Causeway Bay
10 reviews
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
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