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Hong Kong Accommodation

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travelhk


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Posted: 2006-10-25 12:03:00   

Hi all,

Let's suggest some places for the guests to live in Hong Kong and the accommodation you highly recommend



I have some below


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travelhk


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Posted: 2006-10-25 12:04:00   

There are so many accomodations in Hong Kong and below are some examples with different standard for differnt markets:



1. YHA

located on HK Island and quite near to go to Central, environment is fresh and quiet, price is cheap. Target is mainly teenagers. Rooms are normal and common but not very trendy. No stores and restaurants nearby

http://www.yha.org.hk/



2. Island resort

Located on Lamma Island, fresh and wonderful environment, cafe, stores and resturants are nearby. Close to Central. Flats with sea view or flats are provided with own kitchen and fridge for cooking. Kind of special accommodtaion. Many people go for retreat and relax

http://www.involvementstay.com/



3. Imperial Hotel Hong Kong

Located in Tsim Sha Tsui, very very convenient with almost cheapest price among all of the hotels nearby, 3 star hotel, near Victoria Habor, MTR station.

www.imperialhotel.com.hk



4.Peninsula Hotel

Located in Tsim Sha Tsui and the most trendy, grand hotel in HK, everything is the best, no matter the service, quality, view, so price is the highest.

www.peninsula.com


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Posted: 2006-10-25 12:10:00   

When I was recently in HK I stayed at the BP International which is run by the Scouts association - great value, comfy rooms with all mod cons, good location for shopping approx in the middle of the of the harbour front and Temple Street Markets and great views for the nightly light display (that is if you are home in time from the all day and night shopping trips).

Best of all the scouts are relegated to certain floors I think 4-7)and have their own separate entry whilst we were ensconced on the 23rd floor with stupendous views.

Cheers,

Kerrie

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marianne

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Posted: 2006-10-25 12:35:00   

Kerrie,

Have you got the full address or the website of BP International. We will be in Hong Kong next spring

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travelhk


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Posted: 2006-10-25 12:55:00   

Hi Kerrie,

I stayed in BP international in 2005 as well, actually all of the hotels are good if they are located in Tsim Sha Tsui.

I also stayed in the resorts on Lamma Island, it is nice and relax, have you been to Lamma Island before?





Below is the website you need

http://www.bpih.com.hk/


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Posted: 2006-10-26 11:43:00   

Thanks for the link travelhk. Have you got any other suggestions for placess to stay in Macau?

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travelhk


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Posted: 2006-10-26 16:02:00   

Thank you for your words in my guestbook marianne



There are no resorts in Macau and many hoetels now, you know they build a lot of casinos this year, so many hotels open. depends on if you want 3 star or 5 star hotel.



There is a ferry express to and from HK and Macau and they have the package of the ship and the hotel accommodation


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Posted: 2006-11-03 21:17:00   

I may visit Hong Kong in the future. I need to renew my passport.

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Posted: 2006-11-08 07:56:00   

Hi Marianne,

Glad to see you received the link for the BP. If you join their mailing list especially as a corporate memeber they email quite regularly with their best deals.

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parker339


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Posted: 2006-11-09 09:23:00   

Here's a decent video of Hong Kong nightlife:



http://travelistic.com/video/show/185



It might give you a good idea of what to expect - or at least some places to potentially eat!


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