Accommodation options in Hong Kong cover everything from cheap hostels with multi-bed dormitories right through to the iconic 5 star Peninsula Hotel. Choosing 3 star hotels in Hong Kong gives a high degree of comfort, but the advantage of not having to spend too much money.
The top 3 star hotels in Hong Kong typically offer guests well-appointed rooms that are clean and welcoming. Conveniences usually include the latest televisions, desks and in-room safe. Wifi access in rooms is not always provided in 3 star hotels, but is available in the lobby.
Hotels in this class often have tour desks and occasionally an onsite café or vending machine. This is not really a problem as Hong Kong is a 24/7 city and there is always a restaurant or convenience store open nearby. Public transport in Hong Kong is excellent. There are MTR trains stations in all the key areas plus buses and taxis are readily available.
Guests selecting one of the 3 star hotels in an out-of-the-way location such as Tsuen Wan and Tseung Kwan will have no problems getting about. Although the main groupings of Hong Kong 3 star hotels are in Tsim Sha Tsui and on the north side of the island, there are a few peaceful establishments on the islands of Cheung Chau, Lantau and Tsing Yi.
Lantau is the location of Hong Kong Disneyland and ideal for those planning on visiting. Ocean Park is on the south side of Hong Kong Island and 3 star hotels in Aberdeen give easy access to this as well as Deep Water Bay and Repulse Bay beaches. The north coast of the island has abundant hotels in the 3 star range. Kennedy Town, Central, Wanchai, Causeway Bay plus North Point all provide tourists with more hotel options.
In Kowloon, Nathan Road runs down from Mongkok through Yau Ma Tei and Jordan to Tsim Sha Tsui. The greatest concentration of Hong Kong’s 3 star hotels is found here. The north end is practical for reaching the city’s famous markets while the lower end is best for access to shops, dining venues and bars.