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Mid-Range Hotels in Hong Kong

  1. The Renaissance Harbour View

    The location above the Convention and Exhibition Centre on the waterfront ensures its popularity as a business hotel. Other visitors will like its landscaped grounds, leisure facilities and reasonable rates.

  2. Kowloon Hotel

    Part of the Harbour Plaza group, the Kowloon is well suited to business travellers and people seeking a good location and connectivity. Its high-tech rooms boast computers with Internet access. Rooms are smallish though, and the supposedly digital/tech-look is starting to look unintentionally retro 80s.

  3. Empire Hotel Kowloon

    Opened in late 2001, this very smart hotel with a modern gym and a lovely atrium pool is a complete contrast to its threadbare sister in Wan Chai. Rooms are equipped with the latest Internet and audio-visual gadgetry. The location is perfect for Tsim Sha Tsui shopping and dining.

  4. The Kimberley Hotel

    The impressive, marbled lobby contains a business centre, pleasant bar and café lounge area around a soothing waterfall and lily pond. Rooms are well appointed, with marble bathrooms. Facilities include a golf driving range and spa.

  5. Regal Airport Hotel

    Hong Kong’s largest hotel links directly to the airport terminal and features large rooms with avant-garde interior designs. Ten restaurants and bars provide a choice of cuisine.

  6. The Mira

    Formerly the Hotel Miramar, this well-regarded hotel is under-going renovations, which should be completed by mid-2009. The new interior will be sleek and modern and will feature free WiFi throughout.

  7. The Luxe Manor

    This stylish Kowloon boutique hotel combines eclectic, almost surreal decor, with high-tech features. The rooms are decorated with painted picture frames, which climb the walls onto the ceiling. Additional features include WiFi and rain showers in the bathrooms.

  8. The Eaton Hotel

    Easily the best option in the Yau Ma Tei/Jordan area. Rooms are smart, with Internet access and fax machines. The lobby offers a flood of natural light, outdoor seating and an oasis of greenery.

  9. JIA Boutique Hotel

    Tucked away in the midst of Causeway Bay, JIA (Mandarin for “home”), has been styled by the French designer, Philippe Starck. The studios and one-room suites are the perfect blend of comfort and luxury.

  10. Bishop Lei International House

    It’s quiet and close to the park. Rooms are small for the money – but you pay for proximity to the Escalator. Long stay packages are available.

Mid-Range Hotels, Macau & China


  1. Holiday Inn

    Close by Lisboa’s many casinos and convenient for the centre of Macau. Rooms (with cable) are blandly furnished but there’s a good range of facilities, including gym, pool, sauna and a decent restaurant for Cantonese and Sze chuan food.

  2. The Metropole

    The sense that you’ve travelled back to the 1970s can be fun, but otherwise this ageing hotel, aimed more at Chinese main-landers than foreigners, is nothing special. Happily, prices are low and it’s next to some of Macau’s best shopping and sight-seeing areas.

  3. Hotel Royal Macau

    The Hotel Royal is one of Macau’s oldest hotels and shows it. That said, it is clean and well run, although the rooms offer little more than the basics. It has an indoor pool, gym (with some ageing equipment) and sauna. It’s also close to the heart of town and within sight of the pretty Guia Lighthouse.

  4. New Century Hotel

    Heavy on the marble and chintz, this is unmistakably a gambling hotel. For non-gamblers it’s put in the shade somewhat by the lovely Hyatt opposite, but it does offer big rooms and comprehensive guest facilities.

  5. Guangdong Victory Hotel

    Formerly the Victoria Hotel, this concern occupies two sites on Shamian Island – the main, new Neo-Classical block and the original colonial building. Facilities include business centre, swimming pool and sauna.

  6. Guangdong Hotel, Shenzhen

    A reasonably good value option with comfortable, if basic, rooms. Fairly thin on facilities, but with a modest restaurant and smart Japanese-style business centre.

    • 3033 Shannandong Rd, Shenzhen

    • 8222 8339

  7. Century Plaza Hotel

    A decent hotel in the heart of Shenzhen with spacious rooms, cable TV, pool, sauna, gym and high-rise karaoke club.

    • Kin Chit Rd Shenzhen

    • 8232 0888

  8. Crowne Plaza Hotel and Suites Landmark, Shenzhen

    This hotel offers luxurious rooms and extensive facilities, including a health club, a driving range, a gym and free WiFi.

  9. The Panglin Hotel

    Smart, modern and large, the Panglin is one of Shenzhen’s superior hotels, about two miles (4 km) from the railway station. Room sizes are decent and all come with cable TV. Extensive services include station shuttle bus, baby-sitting and 24-hour room service. The revolving Skylounge at the top is Shenzhen’s highest restaurant.

  10. Felicity Hotel

    This decent and good-value hotel is reasonably well located and even boasts its own art gallery. Standards are high (it’s run by the Best Western Group), there are four restaurants, a gym, pool and sauna.

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