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Eaton HK
4.4/53199 Reviews
Yau Ma Tei
Location of hotel is very convenient with convenience store just downstairs. A few eateries also available there and even at ba*****t of hotel which are quite delicious. Just a short less than 5mins from Jordan Mtr so making it easy to get to. Room is quiet, clean and super comfortable pillow and bed. They also have a small activity for young children to explore the key amenities in the hotel. Will come back again if staying in Kowloon.
Lamshan (Pakho) Hostel
3.7/514 Reviews
Mong Kok
The room is clean, not large in size, but fully functional, including bathroom and toiletries. It is located in a busy city with convenient transportation. There is a minibus stop and various shops downstairs, suitable for purchasing on behalf of others.
The Landmark Mandarin Oriental HK
4.7/5117 Reviews
Central
Had a birthday staycation at the hotel. Great service and very friendly staff. A nice birthday surprise from the hotel as well.
The Langham, Hong Kong
4.5/53072 Reviews
Tsim Sha Tsui
Gifted our friends with a nights stay in the hotel. It was their first time staying in the Langham they loved it and are looking to return in the new year.
Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong
4.7/51555 Reviews
Central
One of the best and my all time favorite hotels. The service is second to none. Everything is adjusted in to details beyond our expectation. The only downside i found this time is the cleanliness of glasses, dishes and cutluries which have a room to be improved, just gently reminding
W Hong Kong
4.5/5697 Reviews
West Kowloon
The W is conveniently located above Elements mall. Quick 5 min walk to Hong Kong Station MTR and Airport Express and a 15 minute walk to Austin MTR station. It is also a 15 minute walk to the HSR station that goes into China. The rooms were clean and the staff were very friendly and helpful.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are the popular Pet friendly hotels in Hong Kong?

    Whether you are traveling to Hong Kong for business or tourism, Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong , Lung Wa Hotel and Rainbow City Inn are all preferred hotels.

  • How much is the average rate for Pet friendly hotels in Hong Kong?

    For Pet friendly hotels in Hong Kong, the average price on weekdays is US$133, and the average price on weekends (Friday–Saturday) is US$139.

  • Which Business travel hotels in Hong Kong are suitable for business travel?

    Many Business travel hotels in Hong Kong are suitable for business travelers. Regal Airport HotelDorsett WanchaiW Hong Kong are preferred hotels.

  • Which Romantic hotels in Hong Kong are suitable for couples?

    Planning for a honeymoon or a travel for couples?Regal Riverside Hotel, Nina Hotel Tsuen Wan West and Panda Hotel are very popular.

  • Which Family-friendly hotels in Hong Kong are popular for family travelers?

    Want to enjoy your holiday with family members? Harbour Plaza Resort City, Hotel COZi Resort and Nina Hotel Tsuen Wan West are very suitable.

  • What deals are available for Pet friendly hotels in Hong Kong?

    Trip.com provides various promotions and discounts for Pet friendly hotels. You can check the promotions page to see available promotions on Trip.com.

Local Travel Info

Number of hotels24
Number of Reviews 1,974
Lowest PriceUS$17
Highest PriceUS$2,063
Average Price(Weekend Night)US$139
Average Price(Weekday Night)US$133

Hong Kong Pet-friendly Hotel Guide

Must-Experience Uniqueness of Hong Kong

Hong Kong, where East meets West in a harmonious blend of culture, cuisine, and captivating sights. With its stunning skyline, bustling street markets, and incredible culinary scene, Hong Kong offers a wealth of experiences that are sure to leave a lasting impression.

From the iconic Victoria Harbour, where you can witness the breathtaking Symphony of Lights show, to the bustling streets of Central, where modern skyscrapers contrast with traditional temples, Hong Kong is a city that never fails to impress. Don't miss the chance to ride the historic Star Ferry, explore the bustling markets of Mong Kok, or take a tram ride up to Victoria Peak for sweeping views of the city below. And of course, no visit to Hong Kong would be complete without indulging in the world-famous dim sum and sampling the street food delights of Temple Street Night Market.

Popular and Convenient Locations/Zones Suitable for First Visitors in Hong Kong

Central: The heart of Hong Kong's financial district, offering a blend of modern skyscrapers, luxury shopping malls, and vibrant nightlife.

Tsim Sha Tsui: Located on the southern tip of the Kowloon Peninsula, Tsim Sha Tsui is home to popular attractions such as the Avenue of Stars, Kowloon Park, and the renowned Victoria Harbour.

Causeway Bay: Known for its shopping paradise, Causeway Bay offers a mix of high-end boutiques, department stores, and trendy eateries.

Mong Kok: A bustling neighborhood famous for its street markets, including the Ladies Market and the Temple Street Night Market.

Sheung Wan: A charming area that seamlessly blends old and new, with its traditional Chinese medicine shops, antique stores, and trendy cafes.

Better to Know Before Visiting Hong Kong

When visiting Hong Kong, it's important to be mindful of local customs and etiquette. Hong Kong is a vibrant and fast-paced city, so be prepared for crowded streets and bustling markets. It's also advisable to carry a map or use a GPS navigation app to navigate the city's maze-like streets.

English is widely spoken in Hong Kong, especially in tourist areas and major establishments. However, it can be helpful to learn a few basic Cantonese phrases to enhance your interactions with locals.

Hong Kong has a subtropical climate, with hot and humid summers and mild winters. It's best to check the weather forecast before your trip and pack accordingly. Don't forget to bring comfortable walking shoes, as exploring the city on foot is highly recommended.

Transportation of Hong Kong

Getting around Hong Kong is a breeze, thanks to its efficient and extensive transportation network. The city is served by Hong Kong International Airport, which offers numerous international and domestic flights. From the airport, you can easily reach the city center via the Airport Express train or airport buses.

Within the city, the MTR (Mass Transit Railway) is the most popular mode of transportation, providing a convenient way to navigate Hong Kong's various districts. Buses and trams also offer affordable options for getting around.

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