Mid-range and Three-star hotels
A few words about Hong Kong's mid-range hotels...
This section covers a wide spectrum of hotels: From low-cost establishments that are just slightly above hostels and guest houses, all the way to the best of three star hotels...
All those places were recommended by both travelers and tourism professionals. They are usually very clean and comfortable, and the rooms are properly furnished with air-condition, ensuite bathroom, TV, IDD phone and the likes...
The hotel-facilities in most of these places are also pretty good...
In addition to the hotels which are listed below, there are quite a few low-budget places that have nice double-rooms at very reasonable prices (see the cheap hotels section for details)
Price range for a double room in this category is around around HK$ 400 to 1,000 per room per night.
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With its million dollars location at the tip of the Kowloon Peninsula and its excellent variety of facilities and amenities, The Salisbury YMCA is a very good value for money.
Located on the western side of Sheung Wan, surrounded by old style streets with traditional shops and restaurants, Traders Hotel (Formerly Jen) is one of Hong Kong's best and most pleasant mid-range hotels.
The popular Bishop Lei is a great value for money. Owned and operated by the Catholic Diocese of Hong Kong, it is located in the high class Mid-levels residential area, a short walking distance from Lan Kwai Fong, SoHo and the escalator.
A combination of superb location, great rates and fairly comfortable rooms have made the Casa Hotel so popular among travelers who like to explore the city, do shopping, go out at night and be where the action is…
The Butterfly on Morrison, part of a small and successful chain of boutique hotels, was opened only in 2009 and offers new and clean rooms, pleasant ambience of a spanking new hotel and great location in Causeway Bay, at a rate that is more than sensible
The popular Kings De Nathan went through a complete renovation just recently, so everything about it is still spanking new and clean. Add to this a great location and more than reasonable prices and you've got a few good reasons to consider staying here…
Located on Prat Avenue, right in the heart of Tsim sha Tsui's shopping and dinning district, this newly opened boutique-style hotel seems to be one of the hottest things on Hong Kong's hotel scene, and that is no surprise really, as it gives a very good "bang for the buck".
Strategically located in the prestigious Mid Levels, right above the Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens, the Garden View provides high level accommodation at fairly reasonable prices.
The Cosmopolitan is one of the only hotels in Hong Kong where you can enjoy 4-star guestrooms at a rate which is lower than what you will pay in most 3-star hotels across the city.
The well-known Park hotel has gone through renovations recently and the refurbished guest rooms are all nicely designed and well equipped.
The hotel is fantastically located at the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui, just a short stroll from everywhere: MTR, KCR, malls, museums, waterfront promenade and Nathan Road
BP International is conveniently located on Tsim Sha Tsui's Austin Road, between Harbor Plaza and Nathan Road, and a stone throw away from the Kowloon park.
Located on Cameron Road, just a few steps from Nathan Road and the MTR station, this small boutique-style hotel seems to have it all: Great location, right in the Middle of Tsim sha Tsui, modern and comfortable rooms, helpful staff and good rates.
Bridal Tea House is a successful chain of low-budget boutique hotels in various locations across Hong Kong, and some of them are well worth considering, especially for those of you who plan to stay in the city for more than just a few days (they offer some good "Monthly Rental" packages).
Metropark Hotel Mongkok (Formerly Hotel Concourse) is conveniently located at the heart of Mongkok, close to shopping plazas, entertainment venues and tourist attractions.
The Anne Black is a fairly good hotel that gives good value for money. Located in an elegant residential area of the Waterloo Hill, it is a short walking distance from Nathan Road, Mong Kok and Yau Ma Tei.
The Booth Lodge is owned and Managed by the Salvation Army and, as surprising as that may sound, it is actually quite a good hotel that makes very good value for money.
The Ramada Hong Kong Hotel is located at the Western District of Hong Kong Island, overlooking Victoria Harbor, and although it is not within walking distance to any of the city's shopping and entertainment districts, there is public transport next door, so getting around should not be a problem...
Moreover, the guestrooms are all pretty nice and many of them offer great harbour views...
The relatively new Dorsett Far East Hotel is located in Tsuen Wan, far from the city center's attractions but with the MTR station nearby, getting around is not a problem... Moreover, the hotel compensates for its location by giving its guests good prices and special offers.
Dorsett Seaview Hotel enjoys a pretty good location, on a quiet street in Yaumatei, within a short walking distance from both the MTR station, the Night Market, Jade Market and Nathan Road.
The popular Empire Hotel Kowloon enjoys a great location at the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui, just a short walking distance from various attractions, like: Knutsford Terrace, museums, shopping and entertainment centers... you name it.
Located in Waterloo Hill, a short walking distance from Nathan Road and Mongkok, Metropark Hotel Kowloon boasts a decent range of facilities, like rooftop swimming-pool, fitness room, Business centre, restaurants, bar and coffee shop...
The Imperial Hotel enjoys one of the best locations in Hong Kong, at the bottom of Nathan Road, and a stone-throw from some of the best attractions in Tsim Sha Tsui, like the Avenue of Stars, museums, MTR Station, shopping malls and entertainment venues...
Empire Hotel Wan Chai is centrally located in the heart of Wanchai, just a few minutes walk from the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Hong Kong Arts Centre, and the major shopping areas and cinemas in Admiralty.
Ibis North Point Hotel is located within a residential area, and although it is a few kilometers away from Causeway Bay and Central, that shouldn't be a serious problem, as the hotel is adjacent to a MTR station, tramway and other means of public transport ...so getting everywhere is a piece of cake...
As its name denotes, this tiny boutique hotel provides "homey" accommodation at a very reasonable price...