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Try these Hong Kong hotels for their unbeatable locations

Hongkongers are known for our love affair with efficiency — in our work ethic, in our way of life and in our public transportation (our MTR is often touted as the most advanced on the planet). We are all about achieving things quick and easily in Hong Kong. Similarly, staying at a convenient hotel can make or break your stay. A prime location is key, and pairing that with stellar hotel service means it’s easier than ever to max out your stay and explore every inch of the city. These fantastically located Hong Kong hotels are sure to make your visit here an absolute breeze.

The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

best hotels in Hong Kong for convenience - Landmark Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong

Best for: Staying in the heart of Central

Whether you’re in Hong Kong for work or play, staying in Central — Hong Kong’s CBD — puts you at a short walking distance from the city’s best offerings. The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong in particular is a popular choice for its premium address right in the middle of the Central, just steps away from the MTR, as well as for all its countless indulgences. The 111 rooms and suites have recently undergone a contemporary makeover by Hong Kong designer Joyce Wang. Guest rooms all start at a roomy 600 sq. ft., and are all equipped with spa-inspired bathrooms — a necessity to wash off a long day of exploring the city, if you’re not already indulging in therapeutic bliss at The Oriental Spa, that is. Upstairs, you’ve got one of the most respected chefs in the world, Richard Ekkebus dishing up two-Michelin-starred French cuisine at Amber, the only restaurant in Hong Kong on the World’s 50 Best Restaurants list last year. The hotel has also just launched the Hong Kong outpost of widely acclaimed New York speakeasy, PDT (Please Don’t Tell). You’re sure to be fed, watered and absolutely pampered, without barely lifting a finger.

The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, The Landmark, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong, +852 2132 0188
Earn 500 Asia Miles per stay by booking here

Conrad Hong Kong

best hotels in Hong Kong for convenience - Conrad Hong Kong

Best for: The high life above Admiralty

If a stunning harbour view room and easy, direct access to town is on top of your list of requirements, Conrad Hong Kong should have your attention. Perched on top of Pacific Place just on the edge of Hong Kong’s CBD, it’s equally convenient for business or luxury shopping. As one of Hong Kong’s most prestigious shopping complexes, you’ll find all your stylish necessities, luxury homeware and premium dining choices here. Meanwhile, just a hop and skip away is the Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens, in case you’re looking for a quick respite in the midst of greenery and wildlife.

Conrad Hong Kong, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong, +852 2521 3838
Earn 1 Asia Mile for every USD spent (till end March 2018) by booking here.

EAST, Hong Kong

best hotels in Hong Kong for convenience - East Hong Kong

Best for: Work-life balance in buzzy Taikoo Shing

Head east on Hong Kong Island, and right in the middle of the business and up and coming dining hub that is Taikoo Place is EAST, Hong Kong. You can spend days just browsing one of Hong Kong’s largest shopping centres, Cityplaza, but perhaps the sky-high harbour views of the hotel’s slinky rooftop bar Sugar (Bar.Deck.Lounge.) will be too hard to resist. On most Sundays, nearby Tong Chong Street also transforms into a farmer’s market where local vendors bring their best organic produce and hipster eats from all around town. Meanwhile, with the MTR just at your doorstep, the rest of town is just a few minutes away.

EAST, Hong Kong, 29 Taikoo Shing Road, Taikoo Shing, Hong Kong, +852 3968 3968
Earn 500 Asia Miles per stay by booking here

Cordis, Hong Kong

best hotels in Hong Kong for convenience - Cordis Hong Kong

Best for: Being in the middle of all the action in Mong Kok

Managed by Langham Hospitality Group, the 5-star Cordis, Hong Kong offers 665 upscale renovated rooms in its sky-high location, right in the heart of the lively streets of Mong Kok. A busy and vibrant district condensed with designer boutiques, small independent stores, iconic market streets — not to mention a burgeoning craft beer scene — the prime location makes Cordis, Hong Kong equally popular as a hotspot for locals and visitors. The MTR is just downstairs from the hotel, to boot, connecting you to Hong Kong Island in under 10 minutes. After a hectic day, a session to unwind at Chuan Spa is a must.

Cordis, Hong Kong, 555 Shanghai Street, Mong Kok, Hong Kong, +852 3552 3388
Earn 500 Asia Miles by booking here

Harbour Grand Kowloon

best hotels in Hong Kong for convenience - Harbour Grand Kowloon

Best for: Seeing scenic Hung Hom

Accessible by MTR at the new Whampoa Station, ferry to and from North Point, a free downtown shuttle bus to Tsim Sha Tsui and airport shuttles, Harbour Grand Kowloon is not only convenient, but also offers a unique vantage point of Victoria Harbour. Comfortably spacious rooms and VIP suites as well as serviced suites are available and popular with longer staying guests. It’s not hard to see why. Alongside the harbour, the rooftop swimming pool is fashioned with a glass wall, seemingly allowing you to swim right into the blue of the harbour. Not looking to dip in? Deck chairs make the rooftop a popular waterside location to lounge away a lazy weekend. Stunning views, luxury comforts at arm’s reach, and the cosy neighbourhood vibe of Whampoa will make you feel like you belong here in no time.

Harbour Grand Kowloon, 20 Tak Fung Street, Whampoa Garden, Hung Hom, Hong Kong, +852 2621 3188
Earn 500 Asia Miles per stay by booking here

Visit asiamiles.com or download the Asia Miles app (available for Apple and Android) to see how your rewards can take off in Hong Kong.

Try these Hong Kong hotels for their unbeatable locations

Evelyn Lok

Managing Editor

When not trying out the latest beauty and wellness trends, Evelyn is likely enjoying a perfectly balanced negroni or exploring some of Hong Kong's best new places to eat and drink. At Lifestyle Asia she covers everything from the biggest events in town to interviews with Hong Kong specialists, with topics spanning art, food and drink, health, tech, and travel.


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