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Hotels in Central Hong Kong

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After a three week trip in November to Vietnam, we are going to stop off in Hong Kong for 4 nights on the way back to Chicago. I have been looking at possible hotels and have come up with a few options that look good - just wondering if anyone has any thoughts on them. DH stayed at the YMCA many years ago (right across from the Peninsula) but it is totally booked as far as I can tell. We decided that staying in central Hong Kong probably made the most sense and are looking to keep the budget around $100 per night. The three that seem the most likely candidates are:

Island Pacific Hotel
Butterfly on Wellington Boutique Hotel
YWCA Garden Hotel

Has anyone stayed there? Do you have other thoughts that fit our criteria? I am leaning toward splurging a bit at the Island Pacific Hotel for a harborview room, but can be swayed.

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