Hong Kong, often called the Pearl of the Orient, has always been an important tourist destination. It is famous as an exciting city that blends Eastern and Western cultures. Its amazing scenery, long history, and amazing culture have enchanted visitors for centuries. One of the most important parts of any Hong Kong tour is accommodations. Hong Kong features a huge range of hotels for visitors.
Visitors staying at these hotels will not only have easy access to some of their city's most famous sites but are also located in the center of the commercial and entertainment districts. All of the desk workers and concierges of each of Hong Kong's hotels can speak English, so the language barrier is not a problem. They will serve each guest with great hospitality and do everything in their ability to make visitors feel at home.
Note: Due to Hong Kong's limited area and expensive property prices hotels tend to be more expensive than on the mainland. The quality and amenities in Hong Kong's hotels are of the highest quality and match any found in the West.
Hong Kong's five-star hotels are all comprehensively-facilitated and are designed to make guests feel relaxed and refreshed after their daily tours. The facilities in Hong Kong's four-star hotels are also well designed and managed. The major difference is in regards to location. In Hong Kong's three-star hotels, visitors also receive wonderful service but at lower prices. The room rates in Hong Kong's hotels are usually a little higher than the norms of Chinese hotel prices. Most hotels usually have vacancies on most days during the off seasons, but during peak seasons some hotels do sell out.
For Hong Kong's towns, there are no star-rated hotels available. Only small hotels and guest houses can be found. Although lacking in some of the amenities of the larger hotels, these hotels and guest houses are very clean and are family-run. The operators of these small hotels do go out of their way to make guests feel comfortable and are proud to show off their traditional Chinese hospitality.
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