Hong Kong Hotel Shuttles
HKG airport hotel transfers
A mountainous peninsula jutting out into the South China Sea, the waterside city of Hong Kong is renown for its vast architectural wonders ranging from traditional Chinese pavilions to striking British-Colonial streets. Also present are various hotels that include modern hostels and high-rise luxury suites, many of which offer close access to Hong Kong International along Lantau Island. Get from point A to point B either by taking advantage of the region’s advanced subway system or by booking a solid ride of your own, choosing between various meet-and-greet services that include informative local personal drivers and chauffeured limousines - you can also go with vehicle rentals that include simple sedans perfect for seeing the area’s acclaimed mountains & beaches as well as roomy chartered buses big enough to carry two-dozen passengers across rigid terrain.
Ensure you’ve got a solid place to call home base before starting your adventure, all by booking the right hotel. Various stays are located near the airport along Lantau Island, including Hong Kong Disney resorts such like the cinematic decor of Disney’s Hollywood Hotel as well as the classic storybook atmosphere of Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel. For something a bit further from the airport but still close, choose from a few simple-hearted waterfront stays on Tsing Yi Island like the Rambler Oasis Hotel and the Rambler Garden Hotel. Other popular properties are located on the mainland near the airport, from Marco Polo Hotel luxe views of downtown & walking-distance access to ferry terminals to isolated lookouts & private beach access provided by Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel.
Once nestled in, look forward to Hong Kong’s best attractions, some of the most popular being on Lantau Island near the airport - soar across the mountains from cable-car rides at Ngong Ping 360, afterward admiring stoic lookouts from the hilltop pavilions of Po Lin Monastery. Even more outdoor adventures await on Hong Kong Island, the southeast portion of downtown that offers various views of the region from Hong Kong Trail as well as well as sweeping waterfront breezes at the port-side Golden Bauhinia Square. And don’t forget to delve into the region’s rich arts & culture scene, which includes thousands of ancient artifacts at the Hong Kong Museum of History as well as nautical history told through the stories of Hong Kong Maritime Museum.
Winland 800 Hotel
The Kowloon Hotel
Silka Far East Hotel
Silka Tsuen Wan