Hotels in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

by Maureen Katemopoulos
Causeway Bay hotels have views of Victoria Harbor and the Kowloon Peninsula in the distance.

Causeway Bay hotels have views of Victoria Harbor and the Kowloon Peninsula in the distance.

Hong kong from Victoria Peak image by lefebvre_jonathan from Fotolia.com

Causeway Bay is a prime shopping, culinary and entertainment district on Hong Kong Island. It is also a residential area dotted with hotels, high-rises and historic landmarks. Hotel guests have their choice of recreation, from department stores to street stalls, restaurants, cinemas, even Hong Kong’s largest park, all compactly situated and easily accessible on foot from the hotels. The hotels themselves offer an array of amenities.

The Excelsior Hotel Hong Kong

Every harbor-view room and suite in the 34-floor Excelsior has a comfortable sofa by the bay window so that you can enjoy the view to the fullest extent. Guests have several culinary choices. Yee Tung Heen specializes in Cantonese cuisine, Cammino serves Italian favorites and wines in a Tuscan setting, and the Cafe on the 1st features a la carte, international menus, with the spotlight on desserts. Or take in the Dickens Bar with its big-screen sports broadcasts and English pub fare. Fitness and wellness facilities and massage and beauty treatments ensure pampering. On request, the hotel can make inquiries for a round of golf.

JIA Boutique Hotel

The trendy JIA Boutique Hotel offers 57 rooms, including studio rooms, suites and a duplex penthouse, and a business center plus conference room. Philippe Starck’s first boutique hotel project in Asia features minimalist, high-tech decor. In the lobby, guests enjoy continental breakfast, afternoon cakes and evening wine, with JIA’s compliments. Experience the Drawing Room’s Italian cuisine and signature cocktail. Drop by the Madera wine bar, where eclectic meets rustic over Old- and New-World wines and champagnes. With JIA’s room service, order a meal from the Drawing Room and from the menus of selected nearby restaurants. JIA guests receive the JIA Insider Access Card for special entry to private members clubs, plus discounts and extra privileges at selected restaurants, fashion stores and spa-salons. JIA is within walking distance of Causeway Bay shops, restaurants and businesses.

Park Lane Hong Kong

The 810-room Park Lane Hong Kong literally overlooks Victoria Park, the largest park in Hong Kong. The hotel offers guests views of both Victoria Park and Victoria Harbor from 382 rooms. Specially designed for business guests, the Premier Club offers deluxe guest rooms with electronic safes, free admission to the Fitness Center, pressing service and local calls. Guests also have access to a Premier Club Lounge and complimentary use of the conference room. The hotel has its own shopping arcade with designer brand names. Causeway Bay stores, restaurants and the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre are within easy reach.

Holiday Inn Express Causeway Bay Hong Kong

The 282-room Holiday Inn Express Causeway Bay Hong Kong is just steps from Times Square, a multi-story shopping and entertainment complex. Comfortable, contemporary rooms set the tone for a pleasant stay at the Holiday Inn Express. Guests also receive complimentary breakfast and high-speed Internet access. Amenities include a business center and services, an off-site health and fitness center, and third-party restaurants serving Chinese, Japanese and French cuisine. The hotel has a Priority Club Rewards program.

About the Author

Based in Northern California, Maureen Katemopoulos has been a freelance writer for more than 25 years. Her articles on travel, the arts, cuisine and history have appeared in publications such as "Stanislaus Magazine," "Orientations," "The Asia Magazine" and "The Peninsula Group Magazine." She holds a Baccalaureate degree in journalism from Stanford University.

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