Hotels near Aberdeen
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Aberdeen is a densely populated neighborhood located on the south side of Hong Kong Island. Once a thriving industrial district, Aberdeen today is known for its many floating seafood restaurants. The best known is Jumbo Kingdom, which resembles a grand Chinese palace on the water. Other area attractions include sight-seeing tours of Aberdeen harbor aboard "sampans," or traditional Chinese fishing boats, and trips to Horizon Plaza mall in neighboring Ap Lei Chau (Duck's Tongue Island).

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Aberdeen

Regal Kowloon Hotel
Regal Kowloon Hotel
71 Mody Road, Hong Kong
from $880
BEST WESTERN Grand Hotel Hong Kong
BEST WESTERN Grand Hotel Hong Kong
23 Austin Avenue, Hong Kong
from $0
V Serviced Apartment Causeway Bay
V Serviced Apartment Causeway Bay
No.9 Yee Wo Street, Causeway Bay,, Hong Kong
from $118
Hotel Sav
Hotel Sav
83 Wuhu Street, Hong Kong
from $0
CHI Residences 138
CHI Residences 138
138 Connaught Road West, Hong Kong
from $0
Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel, Free Wifi Internet Access!
from $98
Park Hotel Hong Kong
Park Hotel Hong Kong
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3.9
5947 reviews
61-65 Chatham Road South Yau Tsim Mong, Kowloon
from $10
Island Shangri La Hong Kong
Island Shangri La Hong Kong
Pacific Place Supreme Court Road Central, Hong Kong
from $476
Royal Garden
Royal Garden
69 Mody Road, Tsimshatsui East, Hong Kong
from $1440
South Pacific Hotel Hong Kong
South Pacific Hotel Hong Kong
23 Morrison Hill Road, Hong Kong
from $920
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Aberdeen is a densely populated neighborhood located on the south side of Hong Kong Island. Once a thriving industrial district, Aberdeen today is known for its many floating seafood restaurants. The best known is Jumbo Kingdom, which resembles a grand Chinese palace on the water. Other area attractions include sight-seeing tours of Aberdeen harbor aboard "sampans," or traditional Chinese fishing boats, and trips to Horizon Plaza mall in neighboring Ap Lei Chau (Duck's Tongue Island).

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