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Considering a month in Hong Kong - Feb/15. Any apartment suggestions?

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We loved our week in Hong Kong 6 years ago and our current plan for winter away next year could see us spend a month there. The timing would be mid February to mid March. I've just started looking into it --- at first blush my preference would be the Mid-Levels or Causeway Bay area, but it's still early days.

Has anyone spent an extended time there? Any 1 bedroom apartment recommendations (or agencies?) I've had a cursory look at the obvious agencies but haven't pursued anything yet.

I've also done a search regarding the legal issues of a 30 day rental (given the situation in NYC and others) - so far it seems that 30 days furnished rentals are OK (assuming the building approves) but any insight would be welcome on that subject as well.

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