Staying in Hong Kong
Sleep sound in a city of skyscrapers
Hong Kong has more skyscrapers than anywhere else in the world, so it makes to that some of the city's finest accommodation towers high above its crowded streets. Explore Hong Kong's shimmering, harbour-lined shopping districts by day before heading back to a skyscraper hotel to take in the glittering city lights of this thrilling metropolis.
The Ritz-Carlton in the heart of Kowloon is one of the world's tallest hotels and such are its sweeping views over Victoria Harbour below, it offers guests in-room telescopes to enjoy them. It's not the only cloud-bursting hotel in the city, with the Four Seasons Hotel renowned not only for its dizzying heights, but also for its three-Michelin-starred restaurants.
Indulge in the island lifestyle
Victoria Harbour separates Kowloon and the mainland from Hong Kong Island and it's this postage stamp-sized island most visitors to Hong Kong come to experience. A dazzling array of commercial office blocks, bustling shopping districts and towering residential skyscrapers, Hong Kong Island is considered by many to be the city's pulsating heartbeat.
Occupying a prime position on Causeway Bay, The Excelsior Hotel has long played a key role on Hong Kong history. It's located on the first piece of land sold at auction after Hong Kong became a British colony and is close to several major attractions, including picturesque Victoria Harbour. The Island Shangri-La is a luxury 5-star hotel in the midst of the city's towering skyscrapers, offering excellent links to Victoria Peak and the main sights of Central.
Jet in for a flying stay
Hong Kong is not only a hub of global finance, it's also a popular stopover for many travellers en route to Europe and further afield. Stopovers are a breeze thanks to the range of Hong Kong accommodation available in close proximity to Hong Kong International Airport on the island of Chek Lap Kok.
Hong Kong International Airport boasts three major hotels all within close proximity of the international terminal. The Regal Airport Hotel is directly connected to the terminal, making it ideal for short stopovers. The Novotel CityGate is perfectly located for trips to MTR trips into the city, while the lavish Hong Kong SkyCity Marriott boasts six high-class restaurants and a fully-appointed spa for the optimum stopover experience.