The Best Hotels to Book in Tsim Sha Tsui

Tsim Sha Tsui is a bustling area in Hong Kong
Tsim Sha Tsui is a bustling area in Hong Kong | © Ivan Nesterov / Alamy Stock Photo

Home to luxury designer boutiques, spacious shopping malls and several public museums, Tsim Sha Tsui is a must-visit destination in Hong Kong. Make your life easier by staying in the district itself, which is at the tip of the Kowloon Peninsula and opposite the bustling Central district. Here’s our pick of the best hotels in Tsim Sha Tsui – bookable on Culture Trip.

1. Holiday Inn Golden Mile Hong Kong

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A gold-tinged guest room at the Holiday Inn Golden Mile Hong Kong, with one bed, a desk and an ergonomic chair
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This Holiday Inn is a great hotel for families, as it has a Kids Stay and Eat Free initiative for children 12 years and under. While they stay for free with their parents, kids also receive a complimentary daily breakfast. There are 621 guest rooms and suites at this hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui, as well as a rooftop pool with a poolside bar, a fitness centre, an on-site beauty salon and three restaurants. Enjoy Osteria Ristorante Italiano, Loong Yuen Cantonese Restaurant and Bistro on the Mile, known for its international buffet.

2. The Peninsula Hong Kong

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A sleek guest room at the Peninsula Hong Kong, with a double bed, a dressing table and a cherry-blossom wall mural
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If five-star luxury is what you’re after, look no further than the Peninsula Hong Kong. Known as the Grande Dame of the Far East, the hotel has been open for more than 90 years. There are a variety of rooms and suites available, but the pièce de résistance is the Peninsula suite. It features a 10-seat dining room, a cinematic TV room, a private gym and a living room decked out with floor-to-ceiling windows and a piano. This hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui is also home to seven restaurants, the Peninsula Spa and a stunning indoor pool with panoramic harbour views.

3. Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel and Towers

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A grand, spiral staircase at Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel and Towers, with wrought-iron railings and a cafe on one side
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Another five-star hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui, the Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel and Towers is as glamorous as the Peninsula. On Victoria Harbour, it’s home to a temperature-controlled pool and jacuzzi, a health club with professional trainers and the exclusive Towers Lounge on the 16th floor. Food-wise, you can decide between Chinese, Japanese, an international buffet and seafood from the renowned Oyster & Wine Bar. Plus, you’re never far from an MRT station and the Star Ferry to Central Hong Kong – if you can tear yourself away from the hotel, that is.

4. Kowloon Shangri-La

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A harbour-view room at Kowloon Shangri-La, with rich textiles and window-side seating with a table topped with an orchid
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Stay at the luxurious Shangri-La in Tsim Sha Tsui East, named one of the best hotels in the world. This outpost of the world-renowned hotel chain has everything, including a business centre, a health club, on-site shops, and several bars and restaurants. Although there’s Japanese cuisine at Nadaman, the crowning jewel is the Michelin-starred Shang Palace. Kowloon Shangri-La has 688 rooms, but the presidential suite is the epitome of luxury, with a jacuzzi and 24-hour butler service.

5. The Royal Pacific Hotel and Towers


A cream-coloured guest room at the Royal Pacific Hotel and Towers, with one bed and a small sitting area with a desk
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The Royal Pacific Hotel and Towers is as well known for its shiny exterior as it is for the cuisine it offers. There’s Australian fare at Pierside Bar and Restaurant, authentic Singaporean dishes at Satay Inn, Café on the Park and Park Deli. The Royal Pacific also has a hotel and tower wing. The hotel wing has elevator access to the shops on Canton Road, while the tower wing is home to the exclusive Club Lounge.

6. The Royal Garden

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The swanky atrium at the Royal Garden, with a buffet on the lower floor and many dining areas
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Established in 1981, the Royal Garden has since undergone an extensive renovation. There are various suites available at this hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui, which range in opulence. There’s also the Sky Pool with panoramic Victoria Harbour views, an on-site spa and the exclusive Crown Club. The Royal Garden is home to several restaurants, including the one-Michelin-starred Dong Lai Shun, Sabatini Ristorante Italiano and Shikigiku Japanese Restaurant.

7. The Mira Hong Kong


A purple-accented guest room at the Mira Hong Kong Hotel, with a double bed, a desk, a wall-mounted TV and a armchair
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A member of Design Hotels, the Mira Hong Kong was designed to ignite all of your senses. You can choose between rooms, club rooms, suites and speciality suites, which can include multiple televisions, bars and jacuzzis. There’s also the award-winning MiraSpa and six restaurants and bars, including Michelin-recommended Whisk, Coco for chocolate enthusiasts and Cuisine Cuisine for traditional Cantonese dishes.

8. The Kowloon Hotel


The sparkling lobby at the Kowloon Hotel, with unique lighting, polished floors and a sitting area
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A more affordable hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui, the Kowloon Hotel is a part of the reputable Harbour Plaza Hotels and Resorts family. It’s in the middle of Nathan Road, known as the Golden Mile due to the many shops lining it. There are a staggering 736 guest rooms available, which include the all-important suites. As for on-site dining, the hotel has the Window Café with its legendary 66m (216ft) buffet, as well as the Middle Row Bar, Loong Yat Heen and Coffee Corner.

9. Park Hotel Hong Kong


A contemporary room at Park Hotel Hong Kong, with one bed, green armchairs, colourful art and patterned carpeting
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In the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui, Park Hotel Hong Kong has 347 generously sized and modern rooms available to suit all travellers. This includes single rooms, quadruple family rooms and suites with enticing bonuses. Many of the rooms offer views of the bustling night scene. On-site, Park Cafe is known for having some of the best all-day buffets in Tsim Sha Tsui. There’s also the Marigold Bar, serving handcrafted cocktails.

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