10 Best Hotels in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

Butterfly on Morrison

$$ | 39 Morrison Hill Rd., Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Standard rooms are small and don't have views, so consider upgrading to a larger, upper-floor room, where the surrounding skyline and Happy Valley Racecourse form a dramatic backdrop. There is no restaurant, gym, or pool on the premises, but the hotel is not far from the bar scenes of Happy Valley and Causeway Bay, along with what seems like an endless choice of shops and restaurants.

Pros

  • Chic contemporary-style rooms
  • Some rooms specially designed for families
  • Excellent tech amenities, including free 4G pocket Wi-Fi device

Cons

  • Few in-hotel facilities
  • Mixed bag when it comes to views
  • Lobby can feel overrun with groups
39 Morrison Hill Rd., Hong Kong, Hong Kong
3962–8333
hotel Details
98 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals, Credit cards accepted

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Cosmo Hotel

$$ | 375–377 Queen's Rd. E, Hong Kong, Hong Kong

The Cosmopolitan's little next-door neighbor appeals to guests who enjoy trendy, contemporary design as well as the allure of the popular ground-floor Nooch Bar, with its lush, red-velvet booths and lavish cocktails. While a tangle of roadways surrounds the hotel, restaurants and bars are only minutes away on foot. Cosmo guests can use the Cosmopolitan's handy shuttle-bus service and business center.

Pros

  • Cheerful rooms in one of three mood colors—orange, green, or yellow
  • 24-hour check-in and checkout
  • Guests can use facilities of the Cosmopolitan next door

Cons

  • Surrounded by busy streets
375–377 Queen's Rd. E, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
3552–8388
hotel Details
142 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals, Credit cards accepted

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Cosmopolitan Hotel

$$ | 387–397 Queen's Rd. E, Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Kid-friendly services extend to family-sized rooms that sleep up to five and even suites filled with stuffed animals and electronic games; adults enjoy a choice of 11 pillows and many other personal touches. Racing fans can ask for a room with a view of Happy Valley Racecourse, though some rooms overlook a graveyard. An excellent shuttle service runs to and from a range of locations—especially helpful, since the hotel is surrounded by traffic-clogged streets and taxis are hard to flag.

Pros

  • Great shuttle services
  • Packages to Ocean Park and other kid-friendly amenities
  • Good in-house restaurant and bar
  • Free WiFi
  • Extremely reasonable rates

Cons

  • Surrounded by insanely busy streets with little pedestrian appeal
387–397 Queen's Rd. E, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
3552–1111
hotel Details
454 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals, Credit cards accepted

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Crowne Plaza Hong Kong

$$ | 8 Leighton Rd., Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Overlooking Happy Valley and the surrounding hillsides through floor-to-ceiling double-glazed windows, the sleek superior rooms are equipped with surround-sound DVD systems and 42-inch flat screens; suites afford especially panoramic views through three walls of windows. Blissfully removed from the crowds on a quiet street, this business-oriented hotel is just around the corner from Causeway Bay's low-key bar street and close to many attractions. The rooftop bar, Club @28, comes alive at night and is a destination in itself.

Pros

  • Great outdoor pool has a nice view
  • Short walk from Times Square and shopping streets

Cons

  • Racing fans get better track views at nearby Cosmopolitan
8 Leighton Rd., Hong Kong, Hong Kong
3980–3980
hotel Details
263 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals, Credit cards accepted

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Empire Hotel Hong Kong, Causeway Bay

$ | 8 Wing Hing St., Hong Kong, Hong Kong

A quiet locale just east of Victoria Park is enhanced by soothingly decorated guest rooms, where the amenities include posh glass-walled showers. Some rooms come with free access to the tranquil Life Spa, and business travelers can take advantage of a lounge that provides panoramic views, along with free coffee, tea, and refreshments. Electric Road, around the corner, is lined with decent restaurants that augment the rather bland in-house dining room, and Victoria Park compensates for the lack of pool or gym with plenty of outdoor sports facilities.

Pros

  • Quiet neighborhood
  • Beautiful west-facing views
  • Free WiFi

Cons

  • Small rooms and windows
  • No pool or gym
  • Situated away from the action
8 Wing Hing St., Hong Kong, Hong Kong
3692–2333
hotel Details
280 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals, Credit cards accepted

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Excelsior

$$ | 281 Gloucester Rd., Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Some rooms are spacious with splendid views of the bay, and other rooms are smaller with close-up street views, but all have a light, contemporary design and are moderately priced compared with other high-end hotels (especially in the center of Causeway Bay). The hotel has no pool but it does have its own spa and fitness center, and a lively English pub on the lower level draws a fair number of loyal expatriates. The location, adjacent to Victoria Park, is ideal for recreation, shopping, and dining, and the restaurant-heavy World Trade Centre is right next door.

Pros

  • Excellent location to explore bustling Causeway Bay

Cons

  • No pool
  • Faces one of the most congested main roads in the city
281 Gloucester Rd., Hong Kong, Hong Kong
2894–8888
hotel Details
884 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast, Credit cards accepted

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Hotel Pennington

$ | 13–15 Pennington St., Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Smack in the midst of Causeway Bay's business venues and frenetic shopping scene, Hotel Pennington offers comfortable accommodations at reasonable prices. Aimed at business travelers, the rooms have a woody retro vibe, plus helpful in-room work spaces. Families and independent travelers will also appreciate the 40-inch LED TVs, as well as the local artwork lining the corridors.

Pros

  • Decent views from higher floors
  • Connecting rooms for families
  • Nice terrace bar

Cons

  • Crowded neighborhood
  • Business-centric
  • Compact rooms
13–15 Pennington St., Hong Kong, Hong Kong
3970–0688
hotel Details
79 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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Lanson Place Hotel

$$$ | 133 Leighton Rd., Hong Kong, Hong Kong

The understated, striking design promotes a sense of calm, from the relaxing lounge-library to guest quarters that feel like exclusive apartments and come with kitchenettes and cleverly designed living areas. Travelers are pampered with a 24-hour gym, self-service laundry, DVD library, and the use of a complimentary smartphone. While there is no restaurant, buffet breakfast and evening cocktails are served in the attractive piano lounge.

Pros

  • Attractive, distinctive surroundings
  • Business center
  • Gym

Cons

  • No harbor views
  • No substantial dining
133 Leighton Rd., Hong Kong, Hong Kong
3477–6888
hotel Details
194 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals, Credit cards accepted

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Little Tai Hang

$$ | 98 Tung Lo Wan Rd., Hong Kong, Hong Kong Fodor's Choice
A design-forward hotel in the charming Tai Hang neighborhood combines a unique location with apartment-style rooms, harbor views, a 24/7 gym, a lounge with complimentary drinks and snacks, and free DIY laundry facilities. Though there's no spa, pool, or in-room dining services, several popular restaurants are right on your doorstep.

Pros

  • Excellent harbor and city views
  • Spacious rooms, some with kitchenettes
  • Charming neighborhood with cafés, restaurants, and boutiques

Cons

  • Check-in process can be slow
  • Some rooms have better views than others
  • Limited amenities and services
98 Tung Lo Wan Rd., Hong Kong, Hong Kong
3899–8888
hotel Details
91 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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Metropark Hotel Causeway Bay

$$ | 148 Tung Lo Wan Rd., Hong Kong, Hong Kong

The views of the skyline and adjacent Victoria Park are beautiful, whether enjoyed from the simple but effectively designed modern rooms with all the basics or the pleasant rooftop pool. Adventurous diners will be pleased to discover the street food of Electric Road just around the corner, and the shops and sophisticated nightlife of Causeway Bay are just a subway stop away. Guests who wish to stay close to home can catch a game at Vic's Pub, or dine on French-Japanese fusion cuisine at Café du Parc.

Pros

  • Spectacular views for less
  • Across from Victoria Park
  • Easy access to shopping and affordable street food in Causeway Bay

Cons

  • Limited facilities
  • Small lobby
  • Few in-room amenities
148 Tung Lo Wan Rd., Hong Kong, Hong Kong
2600–1000
hotel Details
266 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals, Credit cards accepted

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