Hong Kong attracts record numbers of holidaymakers and business travellers every year. As such, it is loaded up with an assortment of accommodation that caters to every preference and budget. Opting for 4 star hotels while visiting Hong Kong provides that extra opulence and class, plus a whole range of facilities and amenities too.
The top 4 star hotels in Hong Kong are situated in key areas and close to museums, markets and the chief precincts for wining and dining. A high proportion of the Hong Kong hotels are either in the Tsim Sha Tsui area of Kowloon or across the other side of Victoria Harbour on Hong Kong Island.
A few of the Tsim Sha Tsui 4 star hotels are directly on the Harbour Front. YMCAs do not usually offer 4 star rooms and conveniences, but the Hong Kong one on Salisbury Road does and is just two minutes from the Star Ferry piers. Several other 4 star premises in this area are close to Nathan Road.
The Holiday Inn is right on Nathan Road and great for people visiting for the shopping at the designer outlets, electrical product stores and department stores that abound here. Travelling north up Nathan leads to Jordan, Yau Ma Tei and Mongkok where there are other Hong Kong 4 star hotels. This area is also good for shopping as it is home to markets including Temple Street Night Market.
Heading deeper into the New Territories, there are 4 star hotels in both Tsuen Wan and Sha Tin. These places are less intense than the downtown areas and guests are close to parks, wetlands and coastal zones. Tsuen Wan is a short trip from the route to Lantau Island. The international airport and Disneyland are both on Lantau, which has two 4 star hotels and one next to the airport.
Hong Kong Island’s 4 star hotels are dotted around districts close to the north shore. Visitors could choose to stay on the west side in the locale of Des Voeux Road, in the heart of the action at Central or on the east side. North Point, Causeway Bay and Wanchai are all possibilities when choosing 4 star hotels in Hong Kong.