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You’re looking for luxury accommodation? You want to spend the night in a designer room? You want to try out a boutique hotel? Or would you prefer accommodation at a fair price? We’ve compiled a list of select addresses for every taste.

    • Hullett House

      Colonial style
      The snow-white colonial building of 1891 used to be on a flat hill overlooking the bay, and was the headquarters of Hong Kong’s marine police. Today, it thrones over an exclusive new shopping mall like icing on a cake, and offers its numerous guests the choice of ten fabulous and completely different rooms (the styles range from the 1920s to pop art) and a rich selection of restaurants.
      1881 Heritage, 2A Canton Road,
      Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
      Hong Kong
      +852 39 88 02 88
      Hullett House
    • The Peninsula

      Luxury hotel
      The legendary grand hotel, which opened in 1928, remains the no. 1 luxury hotel in Hong Kong; the interior, service and glamour are second to none. Crowned heads and international celebrities stay here. They all enjoy the elegant ambience, the world’s biggest Rolls-Royce fleet, the wonderful spa and the helicopter landing pad on the roof. The view from the pool terrace can only be beaten by the one from the men’s washrooms in the smart Felix Restaurant on the 28th floor.
      Salisbury Road, TST
      Hong Kong
      +852 29 20 28 88
      The Peninsula
    • The Upper House

      Hotel with art
      Four hundred works of art adorn the walls of the Upper House, and the modern minimalistic interior with lots of wood, stone and furniture – all light and bright – is a delight. One hundred and seventeen large rooms with equally large bathrooms and wall-high windows are arranged between floors 38 and 48 of a modern glass tower. Café Gray, the hotel’s restaurant, and its bar are ultra chic.
      Pacific Place, 88, Queensway, Admiralty
      Hong Kong
      +852 2918 1838
      The Upper House
    • Hyatt Regency Hong Kong

      Top address
      When the Hyatt Regency Hong Kong closed its doors on New Year’s Day 2006, the end of an era was mourned by its international guests and by the residents of Hong Kong. But now there is a new Hyatt Regency – and although it might be in a different place, the spirit of hospitality is exactly the same. The 381 guestrooms are spacious and decorated in warm shades of burgundy and grey. It has the lovely Regency Club, various restaurants, a gym and a pool.
      Tsim Sha Tsui, 18 Hanoi Road, TST
      Hong Kong
      +852 23 11 12 34
      Hyatt Regency Hong Kong
    • J Plus

      Design hotel
      Causeway Bar has the city’s first designer hotel: the Jia was designed entirely by Philippe Starck. It is bright, chic, cosmopolitan and a little opulent – but also extremely comfortable. The rooms/studios all have luxurious marble bathrooms, the latest high tech equipment and a kitchenette; there are lots of lovely free goodies, and the hotel's two restaurants Y's (bistro) and Opia (fine dining) are also extremely popular with the locals.
      1–5 Irving St. Causeway Bay
      Hong Kong
      +852 31 96 90 00
      J Plus Boutique Hotel
    • Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong

      The Mandarin Oriental is legendary for its interiors and style, top service, and the fabulous central location with views of Victoria Harbour. The hotel is quite rightly considered an icon. The rooms all have every luxury, and the hotel also offers various food establishments such as theCafé Causette.It also offers excellent spa treatments.
      5 Connnaught Road Central
      Hong Kong
      +852 2918 1838
      Mandarin Oriental