2024 Recommended Extended Stay Hotels in Hong Kong, and Everything You Need to Know!

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You might be wondering where’s the best place to stay in Hong Kong 2024, especially if you’d prefer to stay for a longer period of time. Look no further than Trip.com’s handy guide to how you can achieve this.

Trip.com have a range of choices for long term stay hotels in Hong Kong of up to a month – but what about even longer? To discover extended stay hotels in Hong Kong, keep reading!

The famous HK skyline!

The famous HK skyline! Source: Simon Zhu / unsplash

Where can I stay in Hong Kong for a month?

If you’re looking for a long term stay hotel for a month in Hong Kong, you have a number of different options. Trip.com will introduce here a range of extended stay hotels in Hong Kong, but there are alternatives too. You can find monthly serviced apartments that will enable your stay for as long as you need.

With regard to extended stay hotels in Hong Kong, there’s a great selection in areas like Central, Jordan, Tsim Sha Tsui, and Wan Chai. Let’s look at a few of them!

B P International – extended stay hotels in Hong Kong

B P International is an impressive 25-storey hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui, with rooms overlooking either Victoria Harbour or Kowloon Park. The address is No. 8 Austin Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon.

The hotel is just 5 mins from the Airport Express Kowloon Station, and 7 mins from the Hunghom Mass Transit Railway (MTR). It’s 35 mins from Hong Kong International Airport in a taxi, and 1 hr on the airport shuttle bus.

Tsim Sha Tsui, looking over Victoria Harbour

Tsim Sha Tsui, looking over Victoria Harbour. Source: Andres Garcia / unsplash

Great monthly prices for a 30-night stay in B P International are available all the way through September. A City Vista Twin Room is available at HK$11,670 for 30 nights, and an upgrade to a Harbour Park view will cost just HK$12,300. City Vista Double Rooms are available at exactly the same rates!

Xi Hotel – extended stay hotels in Hong Kong

Also located in Tsim Sha Tsui is the charming Xi Hotel. This luxury boutique hotel makes a fantastic choice for a long term stay hotel or extended stay hotels in Hong Kong.

You’ll find Xi Hotel on 7 Minden Avenue, in the heart of the stylish Tsim Sha Tsui district. This makes it conveniently located for all manner of transport options. Whether you’re arriving by the Star Ferry, the MTR system, or from the mainland via the cross-border Kowloon Canton railway.

Standard Double Rooms are available for 30 nights from November 2022, at a cost of HK$14,120. Superior Twin Rooms are available from October 2022 at a cost of HK$16,477. For the same price, you can also choose a Superior King Room, also from October 2022.

Busy nights in Tsim Sha Tsui...

Busy nights in Tsim Sha Tsui... Source: Rikke Filbaert / unsplash

If you’re seeking something a little more spacious, a little more luxurious, the Xi Hotel also has Deluxe Queen and Deluxe King Rooms available immediately. They’re coming in at prices of HK$18,834 and HK$21,191 respectively.

All these options net you some great benefits for a long term stay hotel. You’ll enjoy housekeeping service and linens changed once a week, a deep cleaning service once a month for guest staying for 2 months or above, high-speed Wi-Fi access anywhere in the hotel, complimentary access to the co-working space at 1/F Function Room (subject to availability), free local calls, and 50% off on in-room mini bar items too!

The Harbourview – extended stay hotels in Hong Kong

Moving away from Tsim Sha Tsui, the Wan Chai district also boasts a great option for extended stay hotels in Hong Kong. In the north of the island, facing Hong Kong’s historic Victoria Harbour, The Harbourview is definitely a location to check out for extended stay hotels in Hong Kong.

You’ll find The Harbourview at 4 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong. The long term stay hotel is conveniently located close to a number of transport options, amenities, and facilities. It’s just a 2-min walk to Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, and a 10-min walk to MTR Exhibition Centre Station.

Other transport options are available, too – The Harbourview is 10 mins walk from MTR Wanchai Station and also from the Star Ferry Pier for ferry service to Tsim Sha Tsui.

If you’re in a car, it’s 5 mins drive to Central (CBD), 8 mins to the Airport Express Line Hong Kong Station, and 45 mins to Hong Kong International Airport.

City lights from Victoria Harbour.

City lights from Victoria Harbour. Source: Biyunfei Yang / unsplash

At The Harbourview, you can choose up to 30 consecutive nights at a great discount rate – with options for 7, 14, and 21 days as well.

Prices for 30 consecutive nights at The Harbourview start at HK$13,200 for a Premier Room – Double. A Premier Room – Twin will bring the price to HK$16,500 for the 30 nights. Double or Twin Harbour View Rooms are available at a price of HK$15,840, as is a Premier Plus Room. A Premier Plus with a Harbour View is available at HK$18,150.

At the higher end of the scale, you can choose a room on the Optimum Floor – the highest levels of The Harbourview, with panoramic views over Victoria Harbour and Kowloon Peninsula. Up on the 20th and 21st floors, Twin and Double Premier Plus Rooms will set you back HK$19,140 and HK$22,440 respectively. Twin and Double Harbour View Rooms are also available, at prices of HK$21,450 and HK$24,750.

You’ll get a great range of privileges at The Harbourview, too. During your stay, you’ll have free use of Wi-Fi for the entire period, weekly room makeup service, 10 free bottles of distilled water every week, free access to the hotel’s gym, and free local phone calls. You’ll also enjoy a 30% discount on dining service at the Harbour Restaurant and Mezz Floor and a 20% discount on pressing, dry cleaning and laundry services.

How Can I Stay in a Hotel for 3 Months in Hong Kong?

If you’re staying in Hong Kong for 3 months, your primary expense will of course be your accommodation. It can get pricey to stay in a hotel for so long, which is why extended stay hotels in Hong Kong give you the best value for money.

When it comes to extended stay hotels in Hong Kong – even up to periods of 3 months – Trip.com has you covered!

The Emperor Hotel – extended stay hotels in Hong Kong

The Emperor Hotel in Wan Chai has Superior and Deluxe Rooms available from 25 Sept until the end of December 2022. Superior Rooms begin at HK$12,900, and Deluxe Rooms from HK$14,900.

Located at 373 Queen’s Road East, the Emperor is merely a stone’s throw away from attractions like Disneyland, Happy Valley, and Causeway Bay. That puts it within walking distance of several MTR stations – Wan Chai MTR, Causeway Bay MTR, and Admiralty MTR are all convenient to the hotel.

With this long term stay hotel, you’ll also be able to enjoy a scheduled shuttle service as well as a special offer on car parking.

There are more great benefits available with a stay at the Emperor Hotel, too. For one thing, you’ll have free access to the Mustard Seed Co-working Space, which is valued at a cost of HK$2,200!

Wan Chai district of Hong Kong.

Wan Chai district of Hong Kong. Source: Alison Pang / unsplash

On top of that, with regards to housekeeping and laundry, you’ll enjoy housekeeping, towel, and bed linen changing services twice weekly, as well as 8 lbs of laundry cleaned 4 times every 30 days. There’s also a 30% discount on pressing and dry cleaning services!

With regards to the facilities at this long term stay hotel, your package will come complete with a 50% discount on A la Carte at Monkey Cafe, a 15% discount at Golden Valley and Room Service Menu, and free access to the hotel gym.

In your room, you’ll find a 4K Television with various international channels, now sport channels, as well as an HDMI connection. And of course, there’s complimentary in-room WiFi.

Harbour Bay Hotel – extended stay hotels in Hong Kong

Harbour Bay Hotel is a fashionable and modern long term stay hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui, available for stays of up to 3 months.

Located on 1 Minden Avenue, just down the street from the Xi Hotel introduced above, Harbour Bay Hotel is well served by Hong Kong’s public transport. It’s just 1 min walk to Exit D of the Tsim Sha Tsui MTR station, and the Star Ferry pier is just 900m away.

A ten mins walk will take you to the Airport Express, and whether by car, bus, or train, the airport itself is less than an hour away.

Hong Kong's harbour at sunset.

Hong Kong's harbour at sunset. Source: Manson Yim / unsplash

Harbour Bay Hotel is offering Standard and Superior Rooms for extended stays until the end of January 2023 – perfect for a 3 month stretch! Single and Twin Standard Rooms come in at the very reasonable price of HK$12,556 per 30 days. Single and Twin Superior Rooms aren’t too steeply priced either, costing HK$13,222 per 30 days.

As part of the package, you’ll get housekeeping service and bed linen change once a week, complimentary WiFi and local calls, complimentary laundry service up to 6 pounds per week, and complimentary in-room tea and coffee making.

You’ll also enjoy free use of the common area on 4/F “The Patio” – an area for relaxation that provides tea, coffee, and ice, as well as newspapers and magazines and chess games too. It’s open between 07:00 and 22:30 every day.

Can you live in a hotel 4 months in Hong Kong?

Yes, as long as your visa is in order, all the hotels introduced here provide are extended stay hotels in Hong Kong that are suitable for 4 month stays.

Want to stay even longer? Keep reading to find out how...

Can I rent apartment for 6 months in Hong Kong?

You can not only rent a serviced apartment for 6 months in Hong Kong, there are also extended stay hotels in Hong Kong that will allow for 6 month stays!

Whether you’re coming to Hong Kong for business, study, or pleasure, Trip.com’s guide to extended stay hotels in Hong Kong will help you make the decision on the long term stay hotel that’s right for you.

Hotel Madera Hollywood

The Madera group are dedicated to providing great extended stay hotels in Hong Kong and serviced apartments and Hotel Madera Hollywood is no exception. Located on 53 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong, Hotel Madera Hollywood would make a great choice for a 6 month stay.

The best way to get to Madera Hollywood is from the Central MTR or the Airport Express Hong Kong Station – after that, it’s just a 5 min taxi ride to the hotel.

If you’re on foot, you can leave the Central MTR Station from Exit C. Take a left and head down Des Voeux Road, then another left onto Queen Victoria Street at the former Central Market. When you see the Mid-Levels Escalator, take it to Hollywood Road, getting off at the Shelley Street exit.

On the street, with the escalator on your right, take a left and head down Hollywood Road. After you cross Graham Street, keep an eye out for the mural of Charlie Chaplin, Audrey Hepburn, and Marilyn Monroe. That’s your long term stay hotel – a little bit of Hollywood glitz right here in Hong Kong!

Hong Kong's Central District

Hong Kong's Central District. Source: drown_in_city / unsplash

It’s a great location to get around Hong Kong, as well. A taxi or Airport Express will get you to the International Airport in 45 mins. Lan Kwai Fong, the Central Business District, is just a 5 min walk away. Hong Kong Exhibition and Convention Centre is 20 mins on the MTR, or 10 mins in a car. And you can get to Ocean Park on the bus from Exchange Square, which will take just 35 mins.

The hotel is offering fantastic packages for extended stays in Deluxe Suites or Grand Deluxe Suites, priced at HK$38,550 and HK$46,200 per 30 days.

Included in this, you’ll get a welcome hamper on your arrival, a daily room cleaning service from Monday to Saturday, your linen changed once a week and towels changed three times a week. You’ll also have complimentary use of the WiFi, broadband internet service and local calls. Utility charges are included in the package, as is free use of the hotel’s gym.

Shamrock Hotel

If you’re on a tighter budget, you’ll appreciate the package provided by the Shamrock Hotel. A 3-star hotel located on 223 Nathan Road in the Jordan district, and at the Shamrock you can get a great deal on room only for as long a stay as you need.

If you’re looking for extended stay hotels in Hong Kong, don’t miss out on the Shamrock. Deluxe 1 or 2-bed rooms can be had for just HK$13,050 for 30 days, a great rate – especially if you’re looking to stay for a longer period of time.

Nathan Road in Hong Kong's Jordan

Nathan Road in Hong Kong's Jordan District, from a taxi! Source: Nicolas Hoizey / unsplash

You’ll find all the basic amenities in your room – a flat-screen TV, mini-bar, complimentary toiletries, and ironing facilities. Room service is provided, along with WiFi, a safety deposit box, and a 24-hour reception.

The Shamrock Hotel is just 100m from the Jordan MTR Station, and is convenient to a number of local attractions. The Jenny Bakery at Tsim Sha Tsui is just 500m away, as is Harbour City, Hong Kong Avenue of Comic Stars, Saint Andrew’s Church, and the Hong Kong Heritage Discovery Centre.

Do Hotels Have a Limit on How Long You Can Stay in Hong Kong?

The only technical limit on how long you can stay in extended stay hotels in Hong Kong is the time allowed by your visa or by your visa-free access period.

Visitors from almost 170 countries can enjoy a visa-free access period that ranges from 7 days to 180 days – this will be the ultimate limit on your package with extended stay hotels in Hong Kong.

So your visa will determine how long you can stay in extended stay hotels in Hong Kong. But of course, staying in a hotel for an extended period of time can get really pricey. That’s why many will seek out package deals for extended stay hotels in Hong Kong – just like those we’ve outlined above – or rent a serviced apartment during their time here.

Hong Kong's famous neons...

Hong Kong's famous neons... Source: Nic Low / unsplash

How do I Extend My Booking on Stay in Hong Kong?

First of all, make sure the extension period you have in mind is covered by your visa or visa-free access criteria. If you need to stay longer than the time covered by this, you’ll need to apply for a visa extension with Hong Kong immigration.

If that’s all in order, then the best thing to do is to contact the reception or the sales department of the hotel you’re staying in. They’ll be able to let you know what kind of package deals they can offer on extended stay hotels in Hong Kong.

You can find extended stay hotels in Hong Kong through Trip.com and this handy guide, as well as by checking the relevant website for the hotel you’re interested in. Sometimes they’ll ask you to get in touch with them for more info on long stay packages.

Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition

Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Wan Chai. Source: Cheung Yin / unsplash

Is it Cheaper to Stay Longer in a Hotel in Hong Kong?

There’s a couple of ways to look at this question. First of all, extended stay hotels in Hong Kong can most certainly work out cheaper per night – when compared to the usual rates, that is.

For example, take a look at the Emperor Hotel, introduced above. Their 30 night package offers a Superior Room for a month for HK$12,900. If you book this room without the package, it can cost you over two times that amount!

So making use of these extended stay hotels in Hong Kong can definitely make your stay more cost-efficient, especially if your heart is set on a long time in the region.

Another cost-efficient option that shouldn’t be overlooked is renting a serviced apartment for the length of your stay. There is a range of platforms available to help you find a serviced apartment in the area you need and at the price you need.

Can You Rent Short Term Accommodation in Hong Kong?

Short-term rentals are fully-furnished living spaces that you can usually rent from about a week up to around a year. They’re a great choice if you’re visiting Hong Kong for business or pleasure and would prefer a serviced apartment to a pricey stay in a hotel.

Before you book short term accommodation or extended stay hotels in Hong Kong, you’ll want to ask yourself a few questions. Do you want to be in the heart of city? How many people will be staying with you? What kind of budget are you travelling on? Do you need a serviced apartment? Will you have a pet or pets coming along with you?

The answers to all these questions will help guide you through the wide variety of choices you’ll find online. There are many online platforms that can assist you in finding a serviced apartment suitable for your needs, but be sure to check out Trip.com’s guide to the region before you make a decision!

Which Part of Hong Kong is the Best Place to Stay?

Tsim Sha Tsui's historic clock tower.

Tsim Sha Tsui's historic clock tower. Source: Cheung Yin / unsplash

Well, this question is a little like the famous “How long is a piece of string?” That is, it requires more information!

Probably the most well-known and popular area of Hong Kong is Tsim Sha Tsui. Located on the tip of the Kowloon Peninsula, you’ll notice that several of the extended stay hotels in Hong Kong introduced above can be found here.

Tsim Sha Tsui is Hong Kong’s downtown district, and combines an authentic southern Chinese vibe with a convenient location to see a whole bunch of attractions. Kowloon Park, the Avenue of Stars, the Bruce Lee statue, and all the bars and restaurants on Nathan Road are walking distance from Tsim Sha Tsui.

Another obvious choice for a good place to stay is the appropriately-named Central District. As you might expect from the Central District, it’s very easy to get to some of Hong Kong’s best spots from here.

If you want a great view of the city, you can climb Victoria Peak. Looking out over Hong Kong is a sight you’ll never forget. Hong Kong Park is also close by, where you can escape the hustle and bustle for as long as you like!

A classic view from Victoria Peak, Central, Hong Kong. Source: Alice Mourou / unsplash

Finally, you’ll also notice that a few of the extended stay hotels in Hong Kong introduced above are located in Wan Chai. Wan Chai is a fantastic area to stay, especially if you happen to be on a budget.

It’s a little more relaxed, and a little more out-of-the-way – but, thanks to Hong Kong’s fantastic MTR, you’ll never feel isolated from the rest of the region. Some of the attractions in Wan Chai include the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, and Golden Bauhinia Square.

Golden Bauhinia Square, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

Golden Bauhinia Square, Wan Chai, Hong Kong. Source: Cheung Yin / unsplash

FAQ for Extended Stay Hotels in Hong Kong

  • What’s the cheapest accommodation for extended stay in Hong Kong?

    If you’re staying in Hong Kong from 1 to 6 months, it’s best to find an extended stay package with a hotel, or a serviced apartment. Click here for more!

  • Where is the best place to stay in Hong Kong?

    It depends on you! If you want to be close to the centre, then Central District is a great choice. Wan Chai, however, is more laid-back. Click here for more!

  • How long can I stay in hotel in Hong Kong?

    The length of stay will depend on your visa. There are several hotels in Hong Kong offering extended stays up to 6 months. Click here to check out HK!

  • What is one of the best extended stay hotels in Hong Kong?

    You can find great extended stays in Hong Kong. In Tsim Sha Tsui there’s Harbour Bay Hotel, and in Wan Chai there’s the Emperor Hotel. Click here to book tickets!

  • Do any extended stay hotels in Hong Kong have kitchens?

    You can find kitchenettes along with the room at Two MacDonnell Road, as well as Eaton Residences in Wan Chai. Click here to book tickets with Trip.com!

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