Cheap Hong Kong Vacations

Your Hong Kong vacation

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.

Cheap Vacation Packages

Cheap Hong Kong Vacation Packages

Hullett House

5 stars
4.0 / 5 1 reviews
Housed in a magnificent colonial building dating back to 1881, Hullett House is a celebration of Hong Kong rich East meets West heritage. Guests can stay in a Chinese Imperial suite with hand-painted Qing dynasty murals and a bed fit for an Emperor, an elegant English pastoral suite decorated in restful greens with 26 hand-painted native songbirds or a vibrant China pop-art suite. There are ten individually-designed suites, each with its own terrace and modern amenities such as free Wi-Fi, rain-head showers and surround sound. The bespoke Hong Kong experience extends to the dining table with the House five fine restaurants including St. George with its dining room reminiscent of a 19th-century gentlemens club and fine French cuisine. This highly-acclaimed hotel is ideally situated in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui, near the Star Ferry, and provides access to high-end shopping on Canton Road.
Flight + Hotel
Book a package for more savings!
Hotel only
Nightly rates from $595

Prince Hotel Hong Kong

4 stars
4.1 / 5 12 reviews
Sumptuous business hotel in central Hong KongThe Prince Hotel (Marco Polo) is a premier business hotel located in the middle of Hong Kong, with hundreds of designer stores and restaurants on the doorstep. Guests are steps from attractions such as Kowloon Park, the Space Museum and China Ferry Terminal. The hotel's restaurant serves authentic Hong Kong cuisine and international food. Guests relax in the chic Bubbles Bar and lobby lounge. There is a fully-equipped business center, conference facilities and executive-level floors which feature private access to the Continental Club. 3 Reasons To Stay:Convenient downtown location near restaurants, designer shops and Kowloon's waterfront High-speed Internet access Lavish restaurant and bar Prince Hotel (Marco Polo) RoomsThe 393 sumptuously appointed guest rooms and suites at the Prince Hotel (Marco Polo) in downtown Hong Kong offer a range of facilities to meet the expectations of modern-day travelers. Find tasteful decoration, TV, air-conditioning, alarm clock, mini-bar, telephone and refrigerator. Suites have bathrooms with separate showers and walk-in closets. Adjoining suites are available. Prince Hotel (Marco Polo) also offers full 24-hour room service. Dry cleaning and laundry services are also available. Select executive suites include personal services and Club Lounge access with complimentary wireless Internet access. Things To Do:Victoria Harbor (4.6 mi/7.5 km) The Peak (7.2 mi/11.6 km) Hong Kong Heritage Museum (7.4 mi/11.9 km) Noah's Resort (10.8 mi/17.4 km) Giant Buddha (32.3 mi/52 km)
Value Free In-Room Broadband
Flight + Hotel
Book a package for more savings!
Hotel only
Nightly rates from $190

B P International Hong Kong

4 stars
3.6 / 5 110 reviews
A practical base camp for Boy Scouts or business travelers BP International Hong Kong promises comfort and convenience from a prime location in Tsim Sha Tsui. Though rooms are on the small side, pleasing city and park views make up for limited real estate. Travelers can easily spend time exploring nearby attractions, shopping on Canton Road or strolling through the green space in Kowloon Park. Close access to public transport stops make Hong Kong accessible from this smart hotel. Highlights Attractive conference and meeting facilitiesConvenient, central location in Tsim Sha TsuiRooms wtih excellent views of Hong Kong Harbour or Kowloon Park Rooms Even the suites are somewhat compact in size, but all rooms ensure comfort with pleasant décor. Most rooms have views of Hong Kong Harbour with a peek at Victoria Peak or overlook Kowloon Park and the cityscape. Room amenities include refrigerator, satellite TV and safe deposit box. Wi-Fi is available (fees apply). Features The hotel's initials, BP, stand for Baden-Powell, the founder of the international Scout Movement. Tributes to the namesake are displayed throughout the property. Boy Scouts and travelers alike will look favorably on the hotel's practical location in Tsim Sha Tsui, putting guests within short walking distance of the MTR, Kowloon Park and some of Hong Kong's most vibrant shopping districts. For business travelers, the conference and banquet facilities provide a pleasing venue for professional events. A cafe, lounge and Cantonese restaurant comprise the hotel's in-house dining options. Transportation Jordan MTR station within close walking distanceStar Ferry (0.6 mi/1 km)Hong Kong International Airport (15 mi/24 km)Free shuttle from Airport Express Kowloon station Attractions Kowloon Park (.1 mi/.2 km)Park Lane Shopper's Boulevard (.2 mi/.4 km)Jade Market (.5 mi/.8 km)Canton Road (.5 mi/.8 km)Temple Street Night Market (.6 mi/.9 km)Harbour City (.6 mi/.9 km) Business Attractive conference and meeting facilities with a total capacity of 1,600 peopleAudiovisual technicians available for professional presentationsBroadband Internet and Wi-Fi access (fees apply) Business Attractive conference and meeting facilities with a total capacity of 1,600 peopleAudiovisual technicians available for professional presentationsBroadband Internet and Wi-Fi access (fees apply)
Value Book Now & Save 7%
Flight + Hotel
Book a package for more savings!
Hotel only
Nightly rates from $113

Rosedale Hotel Kowloon

4 stars
4.1 / 5 28 reviews
Rosedale Hotel Kowloon is an environmentally friendly designed hotel surrounded by some of Hong Kong's most prestigious and colourful shopping malls, entertainment complexes and famous local markets. Featuring 435 elegant and tastefully decorated rooms and suites all complete with 32-37" LED Smart TV's and iPod/iPhone docking stations. Dining options include Sonata all-day-dining restaurant and SkyZone Lounge on the 30th floor serving drinks, afternoon tea and BBQ dining on a spacious outdoor patio with harbour views. The hotel offers strategic access to MTR subway stations and major business locations in the Central district as well as Hong Kong's tourist attractions.
Value Book 15 Days In Advance & Save 20%
Flight + Hotel
Book a package for more savings!
Hotel only
Nightly rates from $104

Harbour Plaza Metropolis Hotel Hong Kong

4 stars
3.9 / 5 77 reviews
A small slice of affordable, harborside luxury in KowloonHarbour Plaza Metropolis is located near the harbor in Kowloon and offers elegant meeting facilities and business center. Balcony rooms offer extended living space and outdoor Japanese baths. Recreational attractions include a heated outdoor swimming pool and shopping mall connected directly to the hotel. A shuttle bus (fees apply) and nearby MTR station take guests wherever they need to go in Hong Kong. HighlightsBusiness center offers several fully-equipped and elegant meeting roomsHeated outdoor pool boasts harbor viewsHotel is connected to a shopping mall and nearby MTR station Rooms The high-rise hotel's 819 rooms trend toward the small size. Balcony rooms extend the living space to the outdoors, featuring foliage and a Japanese-style open-air bath. Suites come equipped with kitchenettes and offer additional space. Harborview suites have large windows for expansive views of the harbor. Features Harbour Plaza Metropolis caters to business and leisure travelers with an air of understated luxury. While slightly removed from the crush of Tsim Sha Tsui, the hotel's location is convenient and pleasant. Dining Five hotel restaurants serve Chinese, Japanese and international cuisine. The breakfast buffet offers a refreshing variety of options. The Point bar features live music every evening. RecreationThe heated, 25-meter outdoor pool is open year-round. Use of the well-equipped fitness center is complimentary and includes Jacuzzi and sauna. The hotel is connected to a shopping mall, but guests may opt to take the paid shuttle to the shopping districts of Tsim Sha Tsui. Transportation Hong Kong International Airport (15.8 mi/25.5 km)Across from Hung Hom MTR stationComplimentary shuttle between hotel and Nathan Road   Attractions Hong Kong Coliseum (.1 mi/.2 km)Hong Kong Science Museum (.4 mi/.6 km)Hong Kong Museum of History (.4 mi/.7 km)Hong Kong Space Museum (.9 mi/1.4 km)Hong Kong Museum of Art (.9 mi/1.5 km)Harbour City (1 mi/1.6 km)Avenue of the Stars (1.2 mi/1.9 km) BusinessFour fully-equipped and configurable salons from 212 square feet to 1,744 square feetWell-equipped meeting venueClub Lounge provides complimentary Wi-Fi and 270-degree view of harbor and city Policies and feesWhen reserving multiple rooms for the same dates, guests need to use different names for each reservation. Using the same name may result in the hotel cancelling reservations to avoid any duplicate.Shuttle bus costs $140 per person per trip
Value Book 21 Days In Advance & Save 15%
Flight + Hotel
Book a package for more savings!
Hotel only
Nightly rates from $134
Back to menu Return to top

Cheap Flights
Departure Arrival Travel dates Round-trip
Shanghai Hong Kong Tue, Nov 18 - Thu, Nov 20 $208
Back to menu Return to top

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.

Your trip

Hotel options

Hotel stay must be within date range of Leave and Return.

Room 1
Age categories
Ages of children at time of trip (for pricing, discounts)