From the palatial surrounds of the Four Seasons to a suitcase-sized room for little more than pocket change, serviced apartments in Hong Kong are as varied as they are plentiful.
Popular with expats and those using the city as a travel base, serviced apartments and short term apartment rentals in Hong Kong are a reliable way to avoid pricey hotel rates. At most places you won't have room service or someone to make the bed every day, but you will get a fully furnished room and cooking facilities at a knockdown price. Most serviced apartments have a minimum stay of between three days and one week and you'll save more money the longer you stay,
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Top choice for high-flying execs and recently arrived diplomats, the Four Seasons brings its first-class hotel expertise to serviced apartments. Aside from the luxury apartments, you'll find a rooftop pool, health club, and a playroom. The bedding and mattress are also the same as those used the five star Four Seasons hotel next door. The location slotted in between IFC mall and the Four Seasons Hotel couldn't be more central.
Address: No. 8 Finance Street, Central, Hong Kong
Rates: HK$50,000 - $190,000/month
Size: 550 - 1900 sqft.
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Found in the Admiralty mall of the same name, the Pacific Place is attached to the Conrad Hotel giving twenty-four-hour room service as well as access to the Conrad’s pool and the health club. Rooms are fitted out in soothing earth tones and are arguably more attractive than those at the sister hotel, while the 11th-37th-floor views are simply outstanding.
Address: Level 4, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Hong Kong
Rates: HK$70,000 - $200,000/month
Size: 1,200 – 2,600 sqft.
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Bauhinia is one of Hong Kong's biggest serviced apartment firms and offers top notch, luxury rentals in the Central area. Each of their one and two bedroom apartments includes kitchen facilities, while the property itself has a rooftop garden and gym. Helpfully there is also laundry onsite while the Executive Lounge is a quiet place to work with tea and coffee on tap. The suites here are as luxurious as many competitors but the rates are more reasonable.
Address: 119-120 Connaught Road, Central
Rates: HK$30,000 - $120,000/month
Size: 800 – 1,600 sqft.
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Just yards from the Hung Hom China train terminus the apartments at the Harbor Plaza are said to be the crashpad of choice for visiting officials from Beijing. Various room configurations are available, although both single and double apartments come with lounge rooms. The pastel décor is attractive and luxurious, if slightly uninspiring. For those travelling to Shenzen or Guangzhou regularly, this is the best location in town - for anyone else it is a bit out of the way, and doesn't offer especially easy access to public transport
Address: 20 Tak Fung Street, Hung Hom
Rates: HK$35,000 - $40,000/month
Size: 900 – 1,300 sqft.Continue to 5 of 5 below.
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Aimed at an arty crowd, the exposed pipes and bare walls at Kush have a definite nod to designs from New York. Drawbacks include relatively small rooms and almost none of the extra amenities you find at the hotel attached apartments. The address on Hollywood Road is one of the best in town if wining and dining are on the cards.
Address: 222 Hollywood Road, Central
Rates: HK$40,000 - $50,000/month
Size: 600 – 700 sqft.