Hong Kong is a buzzing city that could possibly be one of the most thrilling cities in the world to visit and is the perfect place to spend a luxury holiday for a weekend or even better a few weeks. So why not read on to find out how to get the most from your Hong Kong getaway.
Where to stay
What trip wouldn’t be complete without a stay in one of the best hotels in Hong Kong, so finding a good place to stay is an important part of your Hong Kong experience.
A great example of what Hong Kong has to offer in terms of its hotels is the New World Millennium Hotel, which is located in the vibrant Tsim Sha Tsui district. It is truly a world class luxury hotel offering a magnificent panorama of Hong Kong’s stunning skyline and this is combined with a warm personalised service and superior amenities that are sure to impress you.
As one of the finest luxury hotels in Hong Kong the New World Millennium allows you access to some of the great attractions of Hong Kong due to its close proximity to some of the most popular tourists attractions that Hong Kong has to offer, such as the Avenue of Stars, Hong Kong Cultural Centre, the Hong Kong Museum of Art and the Hong Space Museum. This makes it the perfect location to explore the sights of Hong Kong by the best mode of transport for a tourist: your own two feet.
The hotel also runs a complimentary shuttle bus service between the hotel and the main transit points throughout the city, so visiting somewhere you want should not be a problem
The Tsim Sha Tsui district is renowned for its world class shopping venues and the New World Millennium offers a gateway to some of the most exclusive shops in Hong Kong with its close proximity to Canton road, which is renowned for many high end shops such as Chanel, Louis Vuitton and Cartier to name a few.
Harbour city, the largest mall in Hong Kong, is also easily accessible from the hotel and offers 450 shops and 50 restaurants, so there is a shop for everybody.
The hotel offers a stunning array of culinary options with options ranging from European to Chinese and Japanese cuisines. However if venturing out is more your thing there are a multitude of bars and restaurants close by.