Five ways to stay in Hong Kong

Published November 11, 2012

| Oyster

A collection of islands, Hong Kong attracts tourists with its many things to do; from shopping to eating to visiting museums and historic sights, visitors are always busy. We’ve found just the spot to stay for almost every kind of traveler, so whether you plan on bringing the kids along or want to take a bite out of the best Asian cuisine, Oyster has a hotel for you. Check them out below!

Hotel for Foodies: Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

Man Wah at the Mandarin Oriental

Man Wah at the Mandarin Oriental


With not one, not two, but three Michelin-starred restaurants on-site, the Mandarin Oriental is the ideal spot for foodies. Guests can also munch on tasty bites at the hotel’s bakery and popular lounge.


Hotel for Value Travelers: Hotel Panorama by Rhombus

Room at the Hotel Panorama by Rhombus

Room at the Hotel Panorama by Rhombus


This waterfront high-rise boasts sophisticated rooms. Though they’re small, rooms include modern perks such as flat-screen TVs and iPod docks, and on-site amenities are extensive. Add in the often affordable rates, and this hotel offers a solid value.


Hotel for Families: Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui

Playground at the Hyatt Regency

Playground at the Hyatt Regency


The Hyatt Regency is a great pick for families because not only does it offer babysitting services and cribs in all room types, it has a kiddy pool and a playground — both very rare finds in Hong Kong.


Hotel for Couples: The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

Spa at the Landmark Mandarin Oriental

Spa at the Landmark Mandarin Oriental


The Landmark is an intimate, romantic property with a gorgeous design: The lobby, restaurant, and spa feature warm brown and silver tones, with Asian-inspired accents, and the spacious rooms feature sexy marble bathrooms with deep soaking tubs.

Hotel for Luxury Travelers: Kowloon Shangri la Hong Kong

Lobby at the Kowloon Shangri-La

Lobby at the Kowloon Shangri-La


The Shangri-La is considered one of the top luxury hotels in Hong Kong for a reason — it’s hard to find fault. Beautiful rooms have elegant furnishings, wood accents, and floor-to-ceiling windows, most with sweeping views of Victoria Harbor or the skyline.

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