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Hong Kong Hotel Guide

Top Budget Hotels in Hong Kong

So, you want to visit Hong Kong, but don't have the budget to splurge on luxury accommodations?  No problem, the city boasts numerous hotels that can be quite inexpensive.  You will actually find a wide range of hotels that offer luxury accommodations at budget prices, providing you with the best way to stay in the city in comfort.  For the best in prices and selection, visit

The Embassy Hotel

Located in the Mongkok district, the Embassy Hotel offers budget accommodations for long and short-term trips.  The hotel specializes in business and leisure traveler accommodations, offering LCD TVs in all rooms, direct dial phones, CCTV monitored premises, Internet access throughout the hotel and clean rooms.  The hotel boasts easy access to the Mongkok City area, which includes numerous options for shopping and dining.  Every room (apartment) enjoys the use of a full kitchen.

Paris Guesthouse

Specializing in accommodations for western travelers, the Paris Guesthouse is actually owned and operated by British owners.  High-speed Internet access, CCTV coverage, numerous bedding configurations and complimentary coffee and tea are available.  Private showers and individual climate controls are also featured.

Joy Guesthouse

The Joy Guesthouse is located in the heart of Hong Kong proper, providing guests with immediate access to the best shopping and dining in the area.  Located near the MTR station, guests will also find easy transport to any area of the city.  Color TV programming, clean rooms and friendly service are the rules in this hotel.  The hotel is locally owned and guests will find that staff speaks fluent English, French and Mandarin.  If you are looking for location, this is the best place for your stay.

Dragon Hostel

The Dragon Hostel is located in Kowloon, offering access to numerous shopping and dining options.  Rooms are small but clean, providing bathing and grooming amenities, color TV with cable programming, direct dial phones with free local calls, and air conditioning.  The lobby has a computer with Internet access for guest convenience, as well.  The hostel is family owned and English is spoken by two of the family members, as well as Mandarin.

Numerous other options for the budget conscious traveler can be found throughout Hong Kong.  In fact, these hotels are just the tip of the iceberg.  Whether you want hostel accommodations, budget hotels or plan to splurge on luxury accommodations, the city provides anything you want.

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