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Hong Kong and Macau Hotel Guide

1. The Hotel Icon (4.5 star)

The contemporary hotel gives off a very cozy feel. The Market offers a casual dining experience, the neighborhood café is a great source for light meals, while it comes with a spa and a pool where you can relax and spend more time to yourself or friends. The Hotel Icon is also a recommended venue for special events like weddings because of its strategic location and excellent function rooms. It is also near amazing HK sites like the famed Science Museum. The hotel is also a research and training center for students in HK’s polytechnic university.
Address: 17 Science Museum Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Tel. No: +852 3400 1000

2. Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong (5-star)

How can you ever go wrong with Four Seasons? It has everything you can be looking for in an HK trip: nearness to the International Finance Center, close to the Star Ferry, and an infinity pool with a great view of the Victoria Harbor. Business services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, while it has its own boutique where you can shop for signature items. The Executive Club, located at the 45th floor, guarantees enjoyment and personalized service. It’s the real family-oriented hotel with services ranging from baby-sitting to kids’ customized attractions and activities.
Address: 8 Finance Street, Central, Hong Kong, China
Tel. No: (852) 3196-8888

3. Kowloon Shangri-la Hong Kong (5-star)

When you think of hotel, definitely Shangri-la is one of the first things you’ll remember. The Shangri-la Hotel in Kowloon certainly doesn’t disappoint. Its deluxe rooms, which span more than 40 square meters, are exquisite with its floor-to-ceiling windows and panoramic views of the metro’s skyline. The services and facilities are also top notch: complimentary shoeshine, hospitality lounge, valet and laundry, limousine and shuttles, and express check-in and checkout. It even has its own medical facility, which is missing in a lot of traditional hotels. The business facility and room service are available at any time.
Address: 64 Mody Road, Hong Kong
Tel. No: +852 2721 2111

4. Langham Place, Hong Kong (5-star)

The Langham Place may not have the grandness of the other hotels here in the list, but it remains competitive as ever. As one of the most reviewed and therefore well-loved hotels of HK tourists all around the globe, it fascinates everyone with its impeccable customer service. The staff are always ready to accommodate needs and requests. The Club Room and its personalized service are worth every penny. Found in Mong Kok, it’s close to the area’s own MTR and great local markets. Let’s not forget as well it is its own commercial and shopping complex.  
Address: No. 555 Shanghai Street, Mong Kok, Hong Kong, China
Tel. No: +852 3514 9088

5. The Mira Hong Kong (5-star)

One of the beauties of Mira Hotel is its location. Some of the most iconic HK attractions are only a walk or a quick ride away: Hong Kong Museum of Art, Avenue of Stars, Shopper’s Paradise, Mira Mall, and Knutsford Terrace. Only around 10 to 15 minutes is the Star Ferry. The hotel, meanwhile, provides a variety of room palettes and styles that cater to the guests’ discerning preferences. When it comes to dining, they can choose from European Whisk to Cantonese Cuisine Cuisine or delicious chocolate treats of Coco.
Address: 118 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
Tel. No: +852 2368 1111

6. Sofitel Macau at Ponte 16 (5-star)

When one mentions Macau, casinos are definitely not far behind. However, there’s more to China’s SAR than bets. Sofital Macau at Ponte 16, for example, brings you close to the beach. The Hac Sa is around 10 kilometers away. It is also right in the middle of one of the oldest districts of Macau like the St. Paul Ruins, a UNESCO World Heritage List site. It offers over 400 rooms with conference rooms composed of high-speed network and other standard business equipment. Guests can take advantage of car rentals, dry cleaning, ironing, and ATMs.
Address: Rua do Visconde Paco de Arcos, Macau
Tel. No: +853 8861 0016

7. Sheraton Macao Hotel (5-star)

Sheraton is currently one of the biggest Macau hotels, with close to 4,000 units, including suites. And like any Sheraton hotel all over the world, rooms are equipped with its signature bed and pillow, large rooms and baths, and flat-screen televisions. Guests can also wake up to the sweeping view of the Cotai Strip while the hotel is located close to the ferry terminal. It also offers private cabanas, outdoor pools, and Shine Spa. Shared meals make dining in the accommodation more practical for large traveling groups. Two floors are dedicated to designer shops, and concierge is open 24/7.
Address: Estrada do Istmo. Cotai, Macau
Tel. No: (853) 2880 2000

8. The Venetian Macao Hotel (5-star)

Macau is normally defined by Venetian for a lot of reasons: it’s a common chosen venue for different events such as concerts and boxing matches; it offers around 3,000 suites, the smallest of which measures a stunning 70 square meters; the units are wide and are capable of accommodating families; and it gives many complimentary treats and services like a shuttle bus from the port to different key spots of the island. It also has an exclusive spa and health care facility, mini golf center, the children’s play zone, and four amazing outdoor pools.  
Address: Estrada da Baía de N. Senhora da Esperança, Macau
Tel. No: +853 2882 8877

9. Emperor Hotel (4-star)

With only 398 rooms, the Emperor Hotel is “small” compared to other Macau accommodation skyscrapers. But that doesn’t mean it pales in comparison when it comes to facilities and services. Rather, it continues to compete aggressively with its practicability and location. It is within a lot of Macau’s attractions and is close to the island’s only international airport. Guests can take a pick among standard, deluxe, executive, and their suite versions. Conference rooms can hold around 300 people at most while one of its cozy restaurants serves appetizing Cantonese dishes.
Address: No. 51 Rua de Xangai, Macau
Tel. No: (853) 2878 1888

10. Galaxy Hotel, Macao (5-star)

Galaxy Hotel introduces a lot of firsts to all its guests. When you walk into the lobby, you can find a gigantic diamond gem, a sign of prosperity and love. In another lobby is the Wishing Crystals, designed by elite Jeremy Raiton. An interactive display, the massive crystals create a spectral of light by merely waving in front of them. The palace-inspired hotel is easy to spot even from afar. Guests should try the Grand Resort Deck, an outdoor water adventure spanning over 50,000 square meters, with its 1.5-meter surfing wave and thousand-meters wave pool.
Address: Estrada da Baia de Nossa Senhora da Esperanca, Cotai, Macau
Tel. No: +853 2888 0888

11. Mingle at the Eden (3-star)

Central is more than just one of the most active centers of commerce in Hong Kong. It’s also where you can find the trendiest bars and restaurants, as well as shopping centers around Soho. If this is where you want to stay, then Mingle at the Eden is what you’re looking for. It’s a well-designed hotel with an “all in one” business facility, room service, storage for the luggage, and 24-hour customer service desk.
Address: 148 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong
Tel. No: +852 2850 6289

12. Sohotel (3-star)

Just a few minutes away from Mingle at the Eden is another 3-star hotel called Sohotel. It is close to Soho and less than 10 minutes away from a subway station and one of HK’s attractions: the long “walkator.” It offers a more budget-friendly stay, which includes free calls and breakfast. It is also not too far from the ferry terminal for Macau.
Address: 139 Bonham Strand, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
Tel. No: +852 2851 8818

13. Best Western Hotel-Taipa Macau (3-star)

If you want to be a bit closer to the airport, then the Best Western Hote in Taipa, Macau, is a great choice. Taipa is also known for its great food and old Macau feel, as well as one of the island’s ferry terminals.
Address: 822 Estrada Governador Nobre Carvalho, Taipa, Macau
Tel. No: +853 2882 1666