Top Airbnbs in Hong Kong

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If you want to unwind and give yourself a rewarding vacation, visit Hong Kong and be awed by the shopping and nightlife you have never experienced before. Airbnb Hong Kong offers the best residential and hotels for your wonderful and unforgettable stay.

The best Airbnbs in HK provides cozy apartments and studios aside from houses with excellent amenities (including washer and dryer) at an amazing price. These cozy shelters are located near shopping establishments and restaurants so you will have easy access to an exciting shopping spree and bite into those luscious food and great wine.

Airbnb HK has many locations to offer according to your lifestyle and budget. Below is a list of some of the best Airbnb in HK which is worth your money.

Causeway Bay

Causeway Bay in Hong Kong is one of the country’s major shopping havens with streets lined with different merchandises and shops owned by the residents. The area is specifically known for its liberated and eccentric fashion boutiques.

Causeway Bay’s main access road is the Yee Woo Street which produces two shopping districts. It is situated to the East of the Central and districts of Wan Chai. You will find here the Noon Day Gun and Victoria Park where tai chi sessions are often held.

Majority of the shops in Causeway Bay have their businesses open until after 10 at night. This region is different compared to other Hong Kong districts because most of the shops are located on the streets instead of the shopping malls.

You can rent a single bedroom unit here in an apartment tower that gives you access to the pool and gym. Each room possesses its locks and keys which guarantee the solitude of each guest. It also has a small balcony with a rate that starts at $112 a night. Airbnb Hong Kong also offers suites that provide a pull-out couch aside from the bedroom with a starting rate of $124 a night.

Soho

If you are looking for some fine dining and wine, look no further as Soho is the place for you. Soho means South of Hollywood Road. Staunton Road together with Elgin Road is its central districts at the intersections.

With the place congested with different restaurants, cafes, and bars, you could almost taste all the different foods the world has to offer. The restaurants here serve meals that will fit your budget or choose a feast fit for a king using your credit card.

You will find that more restaurants are gathered along the Mid Level’s escalator situated between the Queen’s Road Central and the Hollywood Road. The happy hours usually start at around 5 pm to 8 pm. During this time, the bars cut the price of their drinks including the so-called “tea sets” which are generally made available after lunch at 2 pm to 5 pm.

Soho offers a lot of places to stay, and Airbnb Hong Kong could find you a one-of-a-kind and sizeable single bedroom. This modernized bedroom is clean and is located near the Soho district with a rate that starts at $160 a night.

Wan Chai

Wan Chai is known as the “Red Light District” of Hong Kong aside from saunas and mama sans. The district boasts of skyscrapers, The Centre and the Hopewell Centre which are some of the tallest buildings in the country. The district also serves as one of Hong Kong’s exceptional nightlife districts while its bars, clubs, and other establishments offer a flamboyant substitute to Lan Kwai Fong.

Wan Chai is situated between Victoria Harbour and Victoria Peak and distinctively known as one of the most consigned red light districts in Asia. It earned its reputation in the middle of the Vietnam War and stayed that way as influenced by the novel and movie that starred Suzie Wong. The Wan Chai station, on the other hand, was constructed under Southorn Playground and was opened on May 31, 1985, together with the Island Line.

Airbnb HK can find you a great place to stay at Wan Chai. Starting at $160 a night, you can rest and sleep at a deluxe single bedroom that gives the impression of staying in a hotel. If you are on a budget, you can still feel comfortable with renting small but totally capable amenities such as pool, sauna, and others). This also includes a modest balcony with a price that starts at $137 a night.

Wan Chai district also offers 3-bedroom unit. These humble rooms are clean, with definitely privileged spaces built with hardwood floors. Starting price is $119 a night.

Kowloon

Kowloon which means “nine dragons” in Cantonese is a peninsula situated in the northern part of Hong Kong. It got its name from the mountains that tower over the city which stands for the eight dragons while the ninth dragon refers to the emperor who made the counting. Lion Rock is the most famous among the eight mountains and looking at the right dimension; one may find that the image is worthy of its name.

Although the city has a reputation of being called as Hong Kong’s “darker side,” it did not stop receiving tourists from around the world. There are a lot of things that you can do in Kowloon and Airbnb HK is glad to look for a place to spend your days and nights.

Kowloon has dainty studios; although it offers no kitchen, you will be drawn in by the decors. Aside from the magnificent location, you will certainly fall in love with the price tag aside from the majestic and stylish bathtub. This is absolutely perfect for lovers and honeymooners. Would you believe that the starting price is $86 only a night? Really, it’s no joke.

This city is one of the most heavily populated places on Earth. Located at the peninsula’s peak is the Tsim Sha Tsui which is Kowloon’s major tourist hang-ups consisting of travelers and sophisticated hotels. The best way to reach the city is to aboard the remarkable Star Ferry from the island of Hong Kong.

Kowloon which means “nine dragons” in Cantonese is a peninsula situated in the northern part of Hong Kong. It got its name from the mountains that tower over the city which stands for the eight dragons while the ninth dragon refers to the emperor who made the counting. Lion Rock is the most famous among the eight mountains and looking at the right dimension; one may find that the image is worthy of its name.

Although the city has a reputation of being called as Hong Kong’s “darker side,” it did not stop receiving tourists from around the world. There are a lot of things that you can do in Kowloon and Airbnb HK is glad to look for a place to spend your days and nights.

Kowloon has dainty studios; although it offers no kitchen, you will be drawn in by the decors. Aside from the magnificent location, you will certainly fall in love with the price tag aside from the majestic and stylish bathtub. This is absolutely perfect for lovers and honeymooners. Would you believe that the starting price is $86 only a night? Really, it’s no joke.

This city is one of the most heavily populated places on Earth. Located at the peninsula’s peak is the Tsim Sha Tsui which is Kowloon’s major tourist hang-ups consisting of travelers and sophisticated hotels. The best way to reach the city is to aboard the remarkable Star Ferry from the island of Hong Kong.

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