Cosmopolitan Hotel Hong Kong (to be renamed Dorsett Wanchai)387-397, Queen's Road East, Hong Kong 4.0 out of 5.0
Cosmopolitan Hotel Hong Kong is located in Wan Chai, opposite Happy Valley racecourse, an eight-minute walk to Causeway Bay metro station and Times Square, and ...
ibis Hong Kong Central And Sheung WanNo. 28 Des Voeux Road West, Hong Kong 3.0 out of 5.0
Located in Central, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Western Market, Hong Kong - Macau Ferry Terminal, and Man Mo Temple. Soho and International Finance ...
Harbour Grand Kowloon20 Tak Fung Street, Kowloon 4.5 out of 5.0
Located on the Victoria Harbour waterfront, this hotel is just a few steps from the new MTR Whampoa Station (Exit D2) which is scheduled to open on October 23, ...
Cosmo Hotel Hong Kong375-377 Queen's Road East, Hong Kong 4.0 out of 5.0
Located in the city center with business and shopping, Cosmo Hotel Hong Kong also offers a shuttle to the Convention Center and all shopping malls on Hong Kong ...
Hotels in Hong Kong
Cosmopolitan Hong Kong is an urban playground for visitors. The city is lined with extravagant shopping malls, such as Pacific Place in Admiralty, Elements in Kowloon and Langham Place in Mongkok. Smaller boutiques also crowd the streets in Mongkok, Price Edward and Sheung Wan. While Hong Kong is known for its urban entertainments, the city also has unspoiled natural beauty. The 60-mile MacLehose Trail takes hikers through secluded beaches and mountain tops.
Visitors arrive to Hong Kong at the Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) located on Lantau Island. From the airport, visitors can either catch a red urban taxi or the Airport Express train to reach the city. Popular areas for visitors to stay include Tsim Sha Tsui, Causeway Bay, Sheung Wan and Wan Chai. Hong Kong has one of the most efficient public transportation systems and the subway system, the MTR, makes getting around the city very convenient.
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Hong Kong enjoys a subtropical climate with temperatures ranging from 50 degrees Fahrenheit in the winter to a humid 90 degrees Fahrenheit during the summer. Nightlife in the city is centered on the Lan Kwai Fong, Wan Chai and Tsim Sha Tsui districts, which are filled with bars and nightclubs. Hong Kong is also renowned for its international cuisine. Traditional dim sum and tea cafés can be found throughout, or visitors can enjoy some of the many Michelin star rated restaurants. In addition, tourists can experience annual events, including the Hong Kong Rugby Sevens tournament, Chinese New Year festivities and Mid-Autumn Festival.
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