Hotels near Central
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Central is the main finance and business district of the city, and a hub of constant activity. Major landmarks located in Central include Lan Kwai Fong, Hong Kong's premier nightlife enclave, and the base station of the quaint Peak Tram. This funicular tramway transports tourists to the summit of Victoria Peak, Hong Kong's highest point, with panoramic vistas over Hong Kong Island and beyond. Central also hosts some of Hong Kong's most renowned Cantonese restaurants, including Yung Kee and Luk Yu Teahouse, both famous for their authentic dim sum. Central's iconic buildings include the Norman Foster-designed HSBC building, the jagged-edged Bank of China Tower and sky-touching edifices of the International Finance Centre.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Central

The Kowloon Hotel
The Kowloon Hotel
19-21 Nathan Road, Hong Kong
from $115
Harbour Grand Kowloon
Harbour Grand Kowloon
20 Tak Fung Street Whampoa Garden, HungHom, Hong Kong
from $1260
Kowloon Shangri-la Puta Hong Kong
Kowloon Shangri-la Puta Hong Kong
64 Mody Road, Hong Kong
from $262
EAST Hotel
EAST Hotel
29 Taikoo Shing Road, Island East, Hong Kong
from $0
Grand Hyatt Hong Kong -
Grand Hyatt Hong Kong -
1 Harbour Road, Hong Kong
from $2549
The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong
The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong
International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, Hong Kong
from $0
Stanford Hillview
Stanford Hillview
Observatory Road on Knutsford Terrace, Kowloon, Hong Kong
from $990
The Charterhouse Causeway Bay
The Charterhouse Causeway Bay
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3.5
7848 reviews
209-219 Wanchai Road Wanchai, Hong Kong
from $700
The Park Lane Hong Kong
The Park Lane Hong Kong
310 Gloucester Road Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
from $1403
Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel and Towers - Tsim Sha Tsui
from $1799
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Central is the main finance and business district of the city, and a hub of constant activity. Major landmarks located in Central include Lan Kwai Fong, Hong Kong's premier nightlife enclave, and the base station of the quaint Peak Tram. This funicular tramway transports tourists to the summit of Victoria Peak, Hong Kong's highest point, with panoramic vistas over Hong Kong Island and beyond. Central also hosts some of Hong Kong's most renowned Cantonese restaurants, including Yung Kee and Luk Yu Teahouse, both famous for their authentic dim sum. Central's iconic buildings include the Norman Foster-designed HSBC building, the jagged-edged Bank of China Tower and sky-touching edifices of the International Finance Centre.

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