These hotels are in various price ranges and locations, including near the airport and Hong Kong Disneyland. And, despite recent challenges, Hong Kong is an excellent family vacation destination.
Kids are given little amenities here and there, the food is excellent (they’ll customize dishes to a child’s liking), and most rooms have spectacular harbor views.
Families looking for even more space can book a Harbour View Suite and a Statue Square View room, which are enclosed by an outside connecting door.
Photo: Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong
The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong is a stone’s throw from high-end boutiques, Harvey Nichols, best shopping and Lang Kwai Fong’s nightlife.
Photo: The Landmark Mandarin Oriental
Built in 1920, it’s another iconic property with a wide range of unique guest experiences to choose from via the Peninsula Academy.
Photo: The Peninsula, Hong Kong
OZONE (adults only) is also the highest bar in the world and the indoor swimming pool boasts vast island views. Rooms are decorated in an East-meets-West style.
Photo: The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong
The 117 guest rooms boast peak, harbour, and island views that are accentuated by corner windows. This is for families who prefer intimate, sleek, luxury boutique hotels.
Photo: Marriott Hotels and Resorts