Central District - Hong Kong Island Hotel & Accommodation

Whether you're staying in the city centre or one of the region's many diverse localities, Hong Kong hotels are incredibly diverse and you're sure to find something to suit your preferences and budget.

Hong Kong is serviced by regular flights daily from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Australia's other major airport hubs.

Staying in Hong Kong CBD puts you right in the middle of one of the most populous and bustling cities in the world. Though Hong Kong hotels are scattered throughout other popular residential districts which each offer a very distinct lifestyle and atmosphere.

Central is where the region's many sweeping skyscrapers and crowds of commuters are, but it's also home to a number of things to see and do including the Star Ferry pier, Cat Street and revolutionary Hong Kong Park, which hosts an aviary, sports centre and array of modern architecture and facilities within a peaceful natural landscape.

Chai Wan is another popular district and hub of foreign and Chinese culture, hugely popular with tourists. One of the busiest commercial areas in Hong Kong, the locale is densely populated and dazzles with neon-lit signs, budget shops and restaurants. Won Chai also boasts Lockhart Road and Lan Kwai Fong, two of Hong Kong's main bar districts including bars, pubs, restaurants and discos, the heart of Hong Kong's world-class nightlife.

Causeway Bay is Hong Kong's busiest shopping hub, hosting several much-loved department stores, including Seibu, Sogo and mammoth mall Times Square. With one of the world's most expensive shopping districts in the world, Causeway Bay is lined with stylish modern serviced apartments where you can rest your feet after a long day of retail therapy.

Tsim Sha Tsui, often abbreviated to TST, is on the mainland side of Victoria Harbour and hosts popular cultural institutions like the Hong Kong Museum of Art and Hong Kong Cultural Centre. The region also has a number of top-floor bars providing panoramic views of the harbour side illuminated up by neon lights.

Known for its mixture of old and new multi-story buildings, shops, restaurants and major retail hub, Mong Kok is another bustling urban hotspot. The region has a number of popular markets including the Temple Street Night Market, which hosts a number of local food and souvenir stalls at nightfall.

Find great deals on Hong Kong hotels, resorts, bed and breakfasts, motels and serviced apartments and stay in one of Hong Kong's many lively neighbourhoods.