The hotels in Hong Kong are among the finest in the world. With an unmatched level of excellence, it’s no surprise that Hong Kong hotels consistently come up trumps in terms of superb value and high standards. With an infinite number of luxurious 4-star hotels situated close to all major attractions, as well as multitude of superior 5-star hotels bang in the centre of the action, finding convenient accommodation in Hong Kong is always a breeze.
For the uninitiated, visiting Hong Kong is like landing on a very loud, very bright, slightly disorientating planet. Futuristic, strangely silver and utterly fascinating, Hong Kong is an amazing destination with something to offer every type of visitor regardless of budget. As well as providing accommodation at the lower end of the scale, the city is choc-full of chic boutique hotels and opulent romantic hotels. With so many options to choose from, your main challenge will be figuring out where to begin.
At 393 metres above sea level, the Sky100 observation deck is the perfect place to take in panoramic views of the famous city skyline before making your way to Harbour City for some serious shopping.
The Hong Kong Maritime Museum is a great destination for families. Exhibitions, displays and collections illustrate China’s maritime evolution from antiquity to modernity. Learn about the scourge of piracy in the South China Seas, or discover the harrowing reality of life on-board a doomed vessel. As major international financial centre, Hong Kong is flush with an infinite amount of high-class business hotels, many of which are located adjacent to Asia World Expo and the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. The latter is an extraordinary building and is well worth a look if you find yourself wandering down Victoria Harbour way.
Looking for some evening entertainment? Base yourself on the Avenue of Stars opposite Victoria Harbour and catch "The Symphony of Lights". Held every night at eight o'clock, this multimedia extravaganza sees Hong Kong’s most prominent buildings lit up in a blaze of lights, lasers and pyrotechnics. Capturing the unique energy and spirit of the city, this event is a major tourist attraction and, best of all, it’s free!
If the incessant assault of neon lights is getting too much, head back in time at the Law Uk Folk Museum to catch a glimpse of old Hong Kong. Preserving traditional cultural heritage, this museum gives a real insight into life in the old farming villages and offers a welcome reprieve from the chaos of the city. Finally, greet the rising sun with some Tai Chi in Fa Hui Park before heading to one of the area’s many spa hotels for an invigorating traditional Chinese massage – guaranteed to leave you relaxed and refreshed and ready to start all over again!