Explore the metropolitan area of Central—gourmet restaurants, shopping, and popular sights from Landmark Shopping Area to Lan Kwai Fong.

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Top Hotels in Central

Estimated price for 1 night / 2 adults
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ibis Hong Kong Central And Sheung Wan
3.5 out of 5
No. 28 Des Voeux Road West, Hong Kong
$72/night
Aug 13 - Aug 14
4.2/5Very Good! (5,700 reviews)

"Wonderful harbor view and very close to local attractions"…"

Reviewed on Jul 14, 2019

ibis Hong Kong Central And Sheung Wan
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Island Shangri-La
5 out of 5
Pacific Place, Supreme Court Road, Hong Kong
$256/night
Aug 10 - Aug 11
4.6/5Wonderful! (534 reviews)

"This is an upscale well located property, the views of the bay ate incredible"…"

Reviewed on May 27, 2019

Island Shangri-La
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Mini Hotel Central
3 out of 5
38 Ice House Street, Central, Hong Kong
$44/night
Aug 4 - Aug 5
3.4/5 (3,378 reviews)

"Location. Close to restaurants and vibrant night activities"…"

Reviewed on Jun 3, 2019

Mini Hotel Central
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JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong
5 out of 5
Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Hong Kong
$230/night
Aug 2 - Aug 3
4.5/5Wonderful! (1,219 reviews)

"Lovely property in a good location with easy access to all forms of public transport. Like the pool but we found the staff at the pool the only negative at this hotel."…"

Reviewed on Jun 3, 2019

JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong
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Holiday Inn Express Hong Kong Soho
3.5 out of 5
83 Jervois Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
$95/night
Jul 30 - Jul 31
4.2/5Excellent! (1,718 reviews)

"Centric. Train station 3 min walking. Area does not look good or clean, but that’s the same in Centeal"…"

Reviewed on Jul 12, 2019

Holiday Inn Express Hong Kong Soho
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Conrad Hong Kong
5 out of 5
Pacific Place, Hong Kong
$217/night
Jul 21 - Jul 22
4.5/5Wonderful! (1,085 reviews)

"The room suite was very nice, comfortable, great view. And exec lounge access was good but the space for exec lounge is a bit tight. And it can get a bit noisy if there are young families in there (or anyone using Face Time...🙄). Maybe a quiet Exec Lounge might be good"…"

Reviewed on Jul 10, 2019

Conrad Hong Kong

Popular things to do in Central

Hong Kong - Macau Ferry Terminal
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Hong Kong - Macau Ferry Terminal

Filled with shops and restaurants, this busy terminal provides opportunities to explore the intriguing islets adorning the bays of southern China.

Lan Kwai Fong
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Lan Kwai Fong

Bars, clubs and restaurants line this famous party district, known for its nightlife and festivals.

Soho
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Soho

An eclectic mix of restaurants, bars and boutique shops awaits you in this popular dining and entertainment area.

International Finance Centre
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International Finance Centre

Encounter the latest luxury fashion trends, sweeping views of Hong Kong, a cinema and rooftop dining at this landmark multipurpose complex. 

Bank of China Tower
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Bank of China Tower

Cutting like a knife through the air, this large and futuristic skyscraper provides a distinctive flair to the Hong Kong skyline.

Man Mo Temple
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Man Mo Temple

Take a break from a busy day in the heart of Hong Kong’s financial district to visit a peaceful temple, one of the city’s recognized historic landmark buildings.

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Other neighborhoods in Hong Kong

Wan Chai
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Wan Chai

Shopping, Urban, Dining

Wan Chai is a vibrant neighborhood that's popular for its restaurants. The neighborhood has many appealing features, among them its architecture and skyline. Other highlights include the local shopping and art scene, as well as the natural splendor of the island views.

Causeway Bay
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Causeway Bay

Flowers, Shopping, Dining

Causeway Bay is a scenic neighborhood that's popular for its restaurants. The neighborhood's skyline, festivals, and natural features are just some of its charming qualities. Broaden your horizons with the local shopping.

North Point
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North Point

Shopping, Skyscrapers, Ports

From a street market and a former communist hangout to experimental art galleries and innovative kids’ activities, this district blends old and new.

Sheung Wan
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Sheung Wan

Shopping, Temples, Dining

The Sheung Wan neighborhood welcomes visitors with convenient options for restaurants. The neighborhood has many charming qualities, its skyline among the more noteworthy. Other highlights include the local shopping and temples, as well as the natural splendor of the island views.

Hong Kong East
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Hong Kong East

Shopping, Dining, Skyscrapers

A holiday village that once housed British soldiers and a pair of preserved temples complement the dazzling skyscrapers and malls of this eclectic district.

Western District
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Western District

Shopping, Skyscrapers, Dining

Markets, bars and green waterfront parks have brought this zone to life, offering an intriguing alternative to the adjacent Central district.