Hong Kong New Territories hotel is a list of hotels not only divide them by district, but also include those in other islands.
To many Hong Kong people, the New Territories and the other "isolated" islands like a great escape for a weekend, especially for families with small children.
When we were kids, my parents used to bring us here to check out the farms, BBQ and dine in the seafood restaurant (coming soon - link to Hong Kong Seafood page). Back then, it was so remote.
It may still sound a little bit too "remote" nowadays. But with the modern infrastructure, the difference is really night and day. Many places and attractions still have their own charms.
People stay in any Hong Kong New Territories hotel have 3 major reason:
1) To be close by some of the Hong Kong attractions, such as the Disneyland Hong Kong, Ngong Ping 360 and the Giant Buddha and away from the crowd.
2) For businessmen, they could either take the plane or train to go to China because both the Hong Kong Airport and the train stations are very close.
3) Local people stay in a Hong Kong New Territories to have a nice short vacation or escape.
So, do you fall into one of the above categories?
Back in the early 1990s, coming to this area was quite a task. But to some people, this is like a heaven. It has a high-end private housing estate, a marina club, a yacht and country club, the first artificial beach in Hong Kong and, of course, a very well-known Hong Kong New Territories hotel.
1) Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel - 1 Castle Peak Road (Our review)
Sha Tin was one of the first distrcts in the New Territories starting the urbanization. It had been very well-developed.
When you are there, you don't want to miss to check out the Sha Tin horse race course.
1) Hyatt Regency Hong Kong Sha Tin - 18 Chak Cheung Street
2) Royal Park Hotel Hong Kong - 8 Pak Hok Ting Street
Tin Shui Wai
I remember when I was in high school, I had a teacher living in this district. During that era, even with Hong Kong MTR, this was like a SUPER remote area. To go back to my school, it got to be more than 2 hours.
With the urban development, it is not as difficult as in the past. You may even want to go there to check out the Hong Kong Wetland Park.
1) Harbour Plaza Resort City Hong Kong - 18 Tin Yan Road
All the Hong Kong New Territories hotels below are in the other "isolated" Hong Kong islands. All of them only have ferry access. However, Lantau Island has more transportation access due to the Hong Kong International Airport.
Other than Cheung Chau (coming soon - link to Hong Kong Cheung Chau tour), Lamma Island is one of those isolated islands that you can go whenever you want by the ferry. It could be a great escape for some people to spend a weekend in there.
If you can take a day for a Hong Kong Lamma Island tour, you can feel the atmosphere difference on the island. Then, you may understand why some Hong Kong people would come here for a short vacation.
Yung Shue Wan
Concerto Inn Hong Kong - No.28 Hung Shing Yeh Beach
Due to the Hong Kong International Airport, Lantau Island is no longer an isolated island. It has very good infrastructure to connect the city.
Also, because of that, more and more Hong Kong people move into this district.
There are several great tourist spots that you don't want to miss. Check out the Disneyland Hong Kong, Giant Buddha, Ngong Ping 360 and/or take a full-day Hong Kong Lantau Island tour.
Chek Lap Kok
Hong Kong SkyCity Marriott Hotel - 1 Sky City Road East Hong Kong International Airport
Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel - Hong Kong Disneyland
Silvermine Beach Hotel Hong Kong - D.D. 2 Lot 648 Silvermine Bay
Novotel Citygate Hong Kong - 51 Man Tung Road
Among all the hotel booking sites, we found that HotelsCombined.com provides the best search and/or comparisons of price and locations of Hong Kong hotels. You can find hotels based on more locations/tourist spots in Hong Kong than any other major hotel booking sites. Many of these tourists spots are also thoroughly introduced in our site where it gives you a good idea of the surrounding area.
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