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Hotels in Hong Kong

Hong Kong lies along the southeast edge of China, and it is a country that is both exciting and serene. Hong Kong is Cantonese for "fragrant harbor." Ninety-eight percent of those living in Hong Kong are Chinese, and it has been under China's rule since 1997.

The territory's official languages are English and Cantonese, but the use of Mandarin (China's official language) is more and more widespread. It isn't too difficult to be understood as an American or English traveler, however.

The New Territories, Kowloon, and Hong Kong Island are the three parts that make up Hong Kong, but the country continues to grow as they reclaim land.

While in Hong Kong, you'll want to indulge in the famous Star Ferry, take note of how the skyscrapers are designed with bamboo scaffolding, and indulge in its famously delectable foods in the finest restaurants. And one cannot forget that shopping is a major attraction to coming to this duty-free port, which attracts millions each year.

Hong Kong is a way to experience Chinese culture while maintaining Western conveniences that one may have to somewhat sacrifice in China itself. Hong Kong is a place that one must see in their lifetime, a culture so awakening that it cannot help but leave you feeling as though you want to return to this kinetic country time and time again.

HOTELS

BP House International
8 Austin Road,
Kowloon
Phone: 2376-1111
Fax: 2376-1333

This is a hotel within the landmark whose accommodations begin on the sixteenth floor, but the best place to stay is on the twenty-eighth floor where there are suites with fantastic views with only a slight mark-up in price. The service is courteous and professional, and visitors are left with a very favorable experience of their stay in Hong Kong here. There are 252 rooms. Some of the luxuries include a fitness center and a restaurant. They accept Visa, Master Card, American Express, and Discover.

Conrad Hong Kong
Pacific Place,
88 Queensway, Central,
Hong Kong, China
Phone: 2521-3838
Fax: 2521-3888

Known for outstanding service and scrumptious food, this hotel is priced below other luxury hotels in the city, yet is truly a luxury hotel. It lies in part of an oval-shaped tower in the Pacific Place which is a complex with a multi-story mall. The rooms have gorgeous views as the hotel occupies the top floors of the tall building. Some luxuries of staying here include access to a personal masseuse, room service, in-room safes, in-room fax, in-room data ports, laundry service, fitness club, and internet among others. There are 467 rooms, and 46 suites. Delicious fare can be tasted at any of its four restaurants. It is also suitable for business travelers with business services and meeting rooms. They accept Visa, Master Card, American Express, and Discover.

Eaton Hotel
380 Nathan Rd.,
Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon
Phone: 2782-1818
Fax: 2782-5563

The Eaton is within a shopping and movie theater center on Nathan Road. It's right in the middle of things, so you can enjoy the night life very easily while staying here, as well as being able to go to see vendors, fortune-tellers, and hear Chinese opera singers as attractions when the sun goes down. The rooms are comfortable, and it is recommended for the tourist or business traveler alike. Luxuries included are a swimming pool and fitness center on the top floor, in-room cable television, laundry service, business services, meeting rooms, and a no-smoking floor. There are 458 rooms and 30 suites. They accept Visa, Master Card, American Express, and Discover.

J.W. Marriott
Pacific Place,
88 Queensway, Central,
Hong Kong, China
Phone: 2810-3000
Fax: 2845-0737

This is for those who want to maintain all the luxuries and conveniences of home with them on their travels. This was the first hotel to open at Pacific Place, and offers a rate that includes a huge breakfast buffet. Also available is limo service from the airport which can save in time and frustration. Rooms have gorgeous views, and every convenience you could wish for including data ports for your modem and fax, work space, coffee machines, in-room safes, room service, minibars, cable television, fitness center, pool, babysitting, laundry services, business services, and meeting rooms. It cannot be beat at convenience and luxury, but is not the place to capture the Chinese culture necessarily.

Majestic Hotel
348 Nathan Rd.,
Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon
Phone: 2781-1333
Fax: 2781-1773

On the site of the Majestic Cinema, this is a mid-range hotel. It offers, of course, a convenient movie theater and lots of delicious and varied restaurants for you to choose from. The rooms have minibars, televisions, and refrigerators. The suites have fax machines. Some other luxuries include internet, laundry service, shops, business services, and meeting rooms. There are 387 rooms and 9 suites. They accept Visa, Master Card, American Express, and Discover.

Regal Riverside Hotel
Tai Chung Kiu Rd.,
Shatin
Phone: 2649-7878
Fax: 2637-4748

This is a mid-range hotel that is quite vast and modern. It is located overlooking the Shing Mun River so the rooms have a view of either that or the lovely gardens. Some luxuries of the hotel include cable television, a hot tub, a hair salon, a bar, dance club, laundry service, internet, business services, meeting rooms, and in-room data ports, as well as the only float capsule in Hong Kong. A glance out the window may also allow you to watch rowers at practice, and people at their sport. There is also a shuttle service from the plaza twice an hour. There are 789 rooms and 41 suites. They accept Visa, Master Card, American Express, and Discover.

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