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Hotels in Victoria

Located on Hong Kong Island, Victoria was one of the first urban settlements in Hong Kong after it became a British colony in 1842. Being close to the harbour as well as the bustling Kowloon, this city is a perfect base for any visitor.

History, parks and walks

Victoria Peak is a majestic mountain giving spectacular panoramic views of the city and harbour. Take the funicular railway from Saint John's Cathedral or hike up the road for a view that is worth the climb. Enjoy the Victoria Peak Gardens and even dine at one of the restaurants.

A calm retreat in the middle of the city, Nan Lian Garden provides peace and tranquillity after a day exploring. Enjoy a walk through the lush green parkland with charming Tang dynasty-style architecture canopied by trees. Adjacent is Chi Lin Nunnery which houses a Buddhist temple and relics. A truly serene oasis amid a metropolis.

Hong Kong Park provides a relaxing environment within landscaped gardens and boasts a Garden Plaza and a Tai Chi Garden. Discover the Edward Youde aviary and plant exhibitions in the Forsgate Conservatory and even spot turtles. The park also houses Grade II listed historic buildings which date back to British colonialism.

If you fancy a challenge, then Dragon's Back on Hong Kong's southeastern island could be for you. The trail is well worth the hike with breathtaking views of the city emerging from the sea and mountains.


The main sports venue, the impressively arched stands of Hong Kong Stadium, hosts both sports and entertainment. Why not take a trip to see an exciting rugby or rugby sevens match? Or if having a flutter takes your fancy, visit the beautiful racecourse at the Hong Kong Jockey Club.

Theme parks

Discover nature and have an adrenaline rush all in one place. Ocean Park is an animal theme park featuring four roller coasters and animal exhibits including the world's largest aquarium dome with more than 5,000 fish.

A day out for all the family, Hong Kong Disneyland has seven themed areas including Toy Story Land. Discover your favourite Disney characters and be amazed by the nightly Disney in the Stars fireworks display.

Food and drink

Hong Kong's cuisine is very much influenced by the sea. Victoria City Seafood Restaurant offers excellent choice with freshly prepared dim sum. Try the freshly prepared pan-fried cuttlefish and fried soft-shell crab, which are sure to get your taste buds going.

If you would like to embrace the night, take a cruise along Victoria Harbour and enjoy an hour's journey on a traditional Chinese junk boat. Sip your drinks whilst being amazed by the city's multi-coloured lights glistening on the sea.

The city is well served by Victoria hotels of all sizes, including major luxury chain hotels and smaller establishments.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Victoria

What are the best hotels to stay in Victoria?

According to our booking data, the most booked hotels in Victoria are Novotel Hong Kong Nathan Road Kowloon, Dorsett Mongkok, Hong Kong and Holiday Inn GOLDEN MILE HONG KONG.

What are the most convenient hotel rates in Victoria?

The lowest price for a double room in Victoria is £8.

What hotels are in the central Victoria neighborhood?

If you want to stay near the center of Victoria, you can consider staying at Canada Hotel, Day And Night Hotel and Mabuhay Hotel.

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