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Hong Kong vacations are distinctly marked by the extraordinary amalgamation of deeply traditional roots and ultra-modern innovation seen as truly iconic of Hong Kong. You can still find traditional fishing houses perched on stilts above the water in Hong Kong’s Tai O fishing village. In fact, over 70 percent of the island of Hong Kong is nature and countryside. Some of the most remarkable attractions in Hong Kong are actually located outside of the urban center. Marine parks, rural fishing villages, and nature reserves are all beloved beauty-marks that identify Hong Kong as much more than simply towers of concrete and glass.

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The Peninsula Hong Kong

5 stars
4.8 / 5
Luxurious Hong Kong with spa, pool and 9 restaurantsThe Peninsula Hong Kong is a vast landmark in central Hong Kong, a palatial residence with 300 spacious rooms, comprehensive spa and treatment facilities, 14 Rolls Royce Extended Wheelbase Phantoms and even a helicopter available for guests. There are nine restaurants and bars on the premises, including the fabulous rooftop restaurant designed by Philippe Starck, which has spectacular views across the city. Guests can also enjoy traditional afternoon tea accompanied by music from the Lobby Strings at the neo-classical arches of The Peninsula Lobby. With dancing and cocktails in the Salon de Ning lounge and a spacious bar for drinks before meals, the Peninsula Hong Kong is unbeatable when it comes to stunning glamour.  3 Reasons To Stay: Hong Kong's legendary landmark hotel Personalised and technology-advanced guestroooms Luxury transportation arrival options with 14 Rolls-Royce Extended Wheelbase Phantoms and Helicopter The Peninsula Hong Kong RoomsRooms and suites at The Peninsula Hong Kong are distributed between the original building and the more modern Tower extension. Despite the different views, with the latter overlooking the harbor area, all accommodation at this sumptuous five-star hotel is impeccable and the facilities and services are of the same high standard. There are many different suites and rooms to choose from. Superior rooms have either one king or one twin bed, separate living and sleeping areas, classic decor and complimentary high-speed Internet. At the top end of the scale is the Grand Deluxe Harbor View Room, which has a panoramic view of the city. Standard facilities include complimentary Wi-Fi and magazines, LCD TV with satellite and cable channels, mini-bar, air-conditioning and 24-hour room service. En suite bathrooms feature a separate shower and tub, and designer toiletries. Things To Do:Victoria Harbor (4.8 mi/7.8 km)The Peak (6. 9 mi/11.1 km)Hong Kong Heritage Museum (7 mi/11.3 km)Noah's Resort (11 mi/17.7 km)Giant Buddha (32.7 mi/52.6 km)
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Regal Kowloon Hotel Hong Kong

4 stars
3.9 / 5 35 reviews
One block from the Kowloon waterfront and access to all of Hong Kong The Regal Kowloon has a great location one block from the Kowloon waterfront, putting all of Hong Kong within easy reach of its guests. The Star Ferry and several MTR stations are within walking distance from the hotel. Around the neighborhood, local cafes, restaurants and bars await discovery. Rooms tend toward the larger side by Hong Kong standards and many have views of the harbor or nearby parks and gardens. Rooms feature Wi-Fi and views of the harbor or nearby parks. Highlights Fantastic Tsim Sha Tsui location one block from the waterfrontExcellent rates for hotel class and localeConvenient access to nearby shopping areas, restaurants and bars RoomsAll rooms at the Regal Kowloon have high-speed Wi-Fi, satellite TV and in-room safe. By local standards, accommodations are fairly spacious. Many rooms have views of the harbor or nearby parks and gardens. Premier rooms include flat-screen LCD TVs. Regal Club rooms have iPod docks, a welcome basket of fruit and the benefits of the Club Lounge, including complimentary breakfast, Internet access and evening cocktails. FeaturesHeavy with marble and large abstract sculpture, the lobby feels reminiscent of a more excessive era. Following recent renovations, rooms are bright and modern with clean silhouettes. Six on-site restaurants and bars include a branch of Zeffirino, renowned for its authentic Italian cuisine, and Mezzo Grill, which serves seafood and American-style steaks with beef from the U.S. and Australia. The 24-hour fitness center allows guests to work off decadent meals enjoyed in the hotel or in the myriad of restaurants in the neighborhood. Available to all guests is a business center with Internet access, fax machine and secretarial services. The Club Lounge is reserved for guests on the executive floors. Transportation East Tsim Sha Tsui MTR station (.4 mi/.6 km)Hong Kong International Airport (22.2 mi/35.8 km) Attractions Hong Kong Science Museum (.5 mi/.8 km)Avenue of the Stars (.6 mi/.9 km)Hong Kong Space Museum (.6 mi/1 km)Nathan Road (1.4 mi/2.2 km)Temple Street Night Market (1.2 mi/2 km)Ladies' Market (1.9 mi/3.1 km) Business 3,753 square feet of column-free space in the Versailles Ballroom, accommodating  400 peopleA total of 14 function rooms for meetings and eventsHigh-speed Wi-Fi access (fees apply)
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Hotel Bonaparte by Rhombus Hong Kong

3 stars
3.3 / 5 6 reviews
Spend your vacation in comfortable surroundings and enjoy pleasant attendance at the Hotel Bonaparte by Rhombus in Hong Kong, an exquisite property set in an vibrant area with amenities perfectly suited to meet the requirements of both business and pleasure travellers. Location The Hotel Bonaparte is situated in Wan Chai at a prime location amongst commercial buildings, shops and restaurants, thereby allowing easy access to all parts of Hong Kong.
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Island Pacific Hotel Hong Kong

3 stars
3.8 / 5 43 reviews
Offering boutique style accommodation at an affordable rate in a luxury environment, Island Pacific Hotel is a retreat from the hectic pace of life in the vibrant city of Hong Kong. Located on the west central waterfront, commanding spectacular views of Hong Kong Harbour, the Island Pacific Hotel is one of the major landmarks of the area and a proven favourite Hong Kong base for discerning business travellers as well as 2 kilometers from the Sheung Wan MTR Station. Apart from the free daily shuttle bus, the hotel also offers complimentary shuttle bus services to Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre during major exhibitions and trade fairs. For further enquiries, please feel free to contact our concierge. IP Cafe nourishes your body with fresh, delicious and high quality food which incorporates a rich blend of Asian Delights and Western Classics. Enjoy a satisfying breakfast with assorted cold cuts and cheese, vegetable and fruit salads, yogurt, over 10 types of homemade baked goods ranging from baguettes to croissants, hot dishes, including hash browns, served at the buffet line; freshly cut fruits, eight choices of fruit or vegetable juices; ground coffee, and a variety of breakfast tea and floral tea. Chefs at the cooking station shall prepare your preferred style of eggs and daily specialty noodles to maximise your dining experience.
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The Luxe Manor Hong Kong

5 stars
4.4 / 5 40 reviews
Eccentric, funky boutique hotel in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui A member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World, this boutique hotel distinguishes itself with a delightfully surrealist twist. With only 153 rooms and six suites, the Luxe Manor Hong Kong has an intimate feel and a personable staff. Loads of shopping areas and a multitude of restaurants lie in the immediate vicinity of this hotel gem. At the end of a day exploring Hong Kong, Lux Manor's playfully decorated rooms make sweet retreats. Plus, guests enjoy complimentary breakfast and Wi-Fi in rooms. Highlights Fun, eclectic design and architectural details create a unique ambienceComplimentary breakfast and free Wi-Fi in roomsExcellent location in Tsim Sha Tsui RoomsMix together equal parts retro, rococo and contemporary Chinese and the result is funky, but comfortable rooms at the Luxe Manor Hong Kong. Besides their unique aesthetic, these rooms are furnished with soft beds, marble bathrooms with rain showers and flat-screen LCD TV. In-room safes contain power sources for charging laptops or other electronics. Adding to the personal feel of the hotel are small luxuries, including afternoon snacks delivered to guest rooms. Free breakfast is also included. All units are also equipped with handy smartphone, providing instant access to free unlimited local and international phone calls (including US, UK, Australia, Mainland China and Singapore), high-speed 3G data connectivity and Wi-Fi tethering service. Both leisure and business guests can stay connected in the city seamlessly with the device.Six individually-themed suites are also available, with unique decor ranging from safari-themed to Salvador Dali'style. FeaturesBased in central Tsim Sha Tsui, the Luxe Manor Hong Kong is conveniently situated for bargain shopping along Granville Road and bar-hopping in Knutsford Terrace. If staying in, the hotel's Dada Bar and Lounge often features live jazz in predictably quirky environs. The bar also has three private dining rooms, all elaborately decorated in tribute to the Surrealist tradition. The newly-opened Scandinavian restaurant, Finds, serves something different than the typical hotel fare. The hotel also houses a basic fitness center, as well as two small function rooms for meetings and events. Transportation Tsim Sha Tsui MTR station (.3 mi/.5 km)Star Ferry (.6 mi/1 km)Hong Kong International Airport (21.6 mi/34.7 km) Attractions Knutsford Terrace (.1 mi/.2 km)Granville Road (.2 mi/.4 km)Hong Kong Museum of History (.3 mi/.5 km)Hong Kong Museum of Art (.6 mi/1 km)Hong Kong Cultural Centre (.6 mi/1 km)Temple Street Night Market (.7 mi/1.1 km) Business Two function rooms can be combined for a total of 1,024 square feetSmall, fully-equipped business centerHigh-speed Wi-Fi access throughout the hotel (fees apply) Policies and FeesThe hotel is undergoing exterior wall refurbishments until 30 Apr 2015.All rooms are for accommodation only. Photo shooting, video taking and other activities for private or commercial use (e.g. pre-wedding photography, commercial catalog, etc.) are NOT allowed.
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Best time to take a vacation to Hong Kong

  • Best Time to Go

    March and April are the best months for Hong Kong vacations. Temperatures are usually within 20°C, making Hong Kong vacations in the dense urban cores much more enjoyable. Late May through June are excellent months for any beach-bumming activities that may be planned with Hong Kong vacations. September is considered the all-round best time to catch the best weather, and get the most from both urban and countryside adventures. Winter is actually a pleasant time for Hong Kong travel as well, since the temperatures usually don’t drop much farther than 14°C. July and August typically see tropical storms, including cyclones.

Insider tips for Hong Kong travel

  • The Stoep

    The Stoep: Located on a Lantau beach, this restaurant offers a Western menu with exceptional South African dishes.

  • Knutsford Terrace

    Knutsford Terrace: A pedestrian terrace street in Kowloon with many restaurants, both local and exotic, situated near the Miramar Shopping Center.

  • Perfect Vegetarian Food

    Perfect Vegetarian Food: A Buddhist restaurant in Kowloon that serves fresh organic foods with some choices that resemble the taste of meat.

  • Elements

    Elements: Newly constructed shopping mall in Kowloon, which is designed with stores organized by Metal, Earth, Water, Fire, and Wood.

  • Bar 1911

    Bar 1911: Popular drinking dive in the SoHo District, with an extensive wine menu. Decorated in the East meets West décor of 1911.

Hong Kong highlights

  • Hong Kong Wetland Park

    Hong Kong Wetland Park: Protected wetland in Yuen Long with habitats home to many native species including mouse deer, gharial, and turtles.

  • The Peak

    The Peak: Boasting an observation tower, the Peak is accessible by tram or on foot for anyone who wants to revel in the breathtaking view of Hong Kong Island from the top of the town.

  • Lei Cheng Uk Han Tomb Museum

    Lei Cheng Uk Han Tomb Museum: Discover the Han Dynasty at this 1st century AD tomb, filled with crypts, calligraphy, and artifacts.

  • Dialoge in the Dark

    Dialogue in the Dark: Hear, taste, smell, and touch Hong Kong in this innovative attraction that promotes social understanding of visual impairment.

  • MuiWo

    MuiWo: Spectacular Silver Mine Beach on Lantau Island offers comfortable coastal hotels, bathing off the golden sand-banks, and unforgettable sunsets over the surrounding hills.

  • Po Lin Monastery

    Po Lin Monastery: Amidst the mountains of Lantau Island’s Ngong Ping plateau sits the Po Lin Monastery, Giant Buddha Statue, and the Wisdom Path.

  • Yan Chau Tong Marine Park

    Yan Chau Tong Marine Park: Knolls of Jurassic rock formations, volcanoes, and tropical mangroves cascade from islets into the waters of the South China Sea.

  • Cat Street

    Cat Street: Also known as Upper Lascar Row, this street is popular for bargain hunters on the prowl for the best purchases, from merchant stalls, antique stores, and distinctive boutiques.

  • Madame Tussaud’s Hong Kong

    Madame Tussaud’s Hong Kong: Discover Asian media mega-stars at this beloved wax museum, featuring figures of Jackie Chan, Cecilia Cheung, Andy Lau, and Ling Chi-Ling.

  • Victoria Harbor

    Victoria Harbor: Every night, the Hong Kong skyline lights up for an incredible 10 minute Symphony of Lights laser and sound show propelled from the tips of the city’s skyscrapers.

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