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The Best Boutique Hotels in Hong Kong 


Awarded countless World Travel awards and nominations since the early 2000s, Hong Kong’s boutique scene has consistently been at the international forefront of luxury and class. Promising a prestigious taste of sophistication, these Hong Kong establishments scattered across the region’s diverse geography take center stage as the populations best current boutiques. 

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1) The Fleming 

Tucked into the heart of Wanchai, The Fleming encapsulates the essence of Hong Kong with its unique maritime theme. Its Extra Large room, with its classic nautical accents and cosy ambient, measures a comfortable 36 square meters and is meticulously furnished with every amenity you could desire. For a price of near to HK$2000 a night, guests are transported back to Hong Kong's glory days of the industrial 60s and 70s through the luxurious ferry concepts woven into every detail. Brass finishes and a perfume of soothing sandalwood complete the immersive experience of Hong Kong’s historic harbour life. 

Address: 41 Fleming Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong | Mobile: +852 3607 2288 | Website: | Email: | Instagram: @thefleminghk | Facebook: The Fleming Hong Kong

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2) Tuve

Renowned for its pioneering simplicity, the Tuve boutique is the ultimate epitome of minimalism. A little over HK$2,000 a night buys your way to a cloud-like king-sized bed and a spacious walk-in shower as the main stars of the show for the Black Premier room which, intentionally, features little else in terms of furnishing. Fused with industrial concrete and organic wooden statements, Tuve boutique redefines hotel relaxation through its decluttered spaces and silent haven-like escapism. 

Address: 16 Tsing Fung Street Tin Hau Hong Kong | Mobile: +852 3995 8899 | Website: | Email: | Instagram: @tuvehotel | Facebook: Tuve

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3) The Hari

Comprised of 210 luxury bedrooms crafted by renowned British interior designer Tara Bernerd, The Hari sits amongst other distinguished establishments in its commitment to luxurious comfort. Weighing in at roughly HK$2000 depending on daily rates, a booking of The Hari Suite provides a private terrace overlooking Wan Chai and Victoria Harbour, connecting guests to the essence of Hong Kong through the homely solitude of their hotel room. As Valentine's Day draws near, celebrations at The Hari tether under the surface with preparations, making it the perfect boutique to commemorate the day of love. 

Address: 330 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong | Mobile: +852 2129 0388 | Website:

Email: | Instagram: @theharihk | Facebook: The Hari Hong Kong

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4) Ovolo Southside

Prized as being Hong Kong’s first renovated warehouse boutique, this hotel approaches hotel luxury from an extraordinarily revitalising angle. Exposed metal pipes and painted brick walls are paired with custom-made paintings and radiant colour accents, synchronising rustic industrial features with a charming contemporary ambiance. Boasting the “Hotel Brand of the Year” at the 2019 and 2020 HM Awards, this venue, integrated into the bustling district of Wong Chuk Hang, proudly presents its Rock Star Suite. With a price range of 800-1600 HKD, this accommodation features geometrically coloured walls, sweeping city views, and studio spotlights to enhance its holistically visionary approach.  

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5) The Pottinger 

Straddling modern urbanity and the legacy of Hong Kong’s heritage, The Pottinger is most suitably nestled within one of the oldest streets of the city. With its historical neighbourhood dating back to 1850, a night at the Pottinger Suite, valued near 2700 HKD, calls for ultimate comfort. Attractive for its effortlessly sophisticated light colour scheme and subtle marrying of western minimalism and authentic Chinese decor, a stay here involves a journey through time amidst the traditional dress markets lining the rich cobbled streets of Pottinger and culminates in a serene night admiring the framed masterpieces of Fan Ho’s photography collection. 

Address: 74 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong | Mobile: +852 2308 3188 | Website: | Email: | Instagram: @thepottingerhongkong | Facebook: The Pottinger Hong Kong

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6) Lanson Place 

Pierre-Yves Rochon’s signature designs unveil the refined luxurious character of Lanson Place. A flagship group with locations all over Hong Kong, this 5-star hotel merits its widespread adoration for its high-end appearance and unequivocal professional services. Evoking understated French sophistication and polished marble hallmarks, Lanson Place provides warming and classical havens across Hong Kong’s prime hotspot locations. Available to book via enquiry only, room details and price ranges remain elusive. 

Address: Lanson Place Causeway Bay, 133 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong | Mobile: +852 3477 6888 | Website: | Email: | Instagram: @lansonplace | Facebook: Lanson Place

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7) Tung Nam Lou Art Hotel

The artistry of Tung Nam Lou Art Hotel extends beyond the rich tapestry of its traditional Cantonese interior design. This award-winning family-run establishment, located in Kowloon, offers a stunning Signature Two-Bedroom Penthouse Duplex. This creative oasis, where floor-to-ceiling art pieces furnish every room, allows guests to fully indulge in the talent of the space. For 2970 HKD a night, this retreat encapsulates the bridging of new and old Hong Kong with its numerous Temple attractions and long-founded bazaar markets. 


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8) Eaton HK

Eaton HK transcends standard hospitality with its dynamic and vibrant community in Hong Kong's Jordan neighbourhood. Described as a fascinating cultural hub, this hotel, inspired by Wong Kar Wai's 1990s films, is a hotspot for travellers interested in the arts, culture, food, and beverage. The Artist Studio, a 56-square-meter sanctuary, makes for a comfortable retreat for appreciators of artistic talent. Geometric tiles, terracotta themes, and modern simplicity define the design, evoking a fun, vintage aesthetic. The cultural spirit at Eaton is never dormant, with events being hosted every couple of months. Book in time to witness their current project, in collaboration with photographer Tze-long Au, “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind”, and experience the endless creativity and innovation within Eaton’s harmonious community. 

Address: Eaton Workshop, 380 Nathan Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong | Mobile: +852 2782 1818 | Website: Email: | Instagram: | Facebook: Eaton Workshop

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9) FWD House 1881 

Unveil the allure of FWD HOUSE 1881, residing in the historic Marine Police Headquarters. A true hotel gem in Kowloon, this establishment presents a 940 sq. Ft. Premier Suite designed to represent Hong Kong’s intriguing historical journey across two centuries. Their design and distinctively traditional furnishings are centred around restoring the buildings precious time markers and expressing the true legacy of FWD House 1881. Now a landmark of Hong Kong’s heritage, FWD House 1881 offers numerous cultural and artistic events that allign with their historical purpose. Attend a tea therapy activity based on traditional Chinese medicine, or learn the 5,000-year-old art of Chinese embroidery in their hand stitching class. 

Address: FWD HOUSE 1881, Main Bldg, 1881 Heritage, 2A Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong | Mobile: +852 3988 0000 | Website: | Email: | Instagram: @house1881hk | Facebook: FWD House 1881

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10) Tai O Heritage Hotel

Recognised by UNESCO, Tai O Heritage is situated facing the 14th century Tai O fishing village that dates to the Ming dynasty. Complementing its ocean views, the interiors of their largest Sea Lion room are inspired by coastal elegance and organic sandy hues. Nine charming rooms alone comprise the Tai O Heritage hotel, and its conversion from a 1902 police station make this location steeped in culture and century-old traditions. 

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11) Mira Moon

A multiple award-winning boutique, this venue, perched opposite Victoria Harbour, possesses an opulence unlike any other hotel. The doors of Mira Moon instantly transport you to a world of Chinese fantasy, with its regal red accents, polished mahogany, and Chinese wood carvings greeting you upon arrival. Out of its 87 accommodations, the Penthouse Residence, priced at daily rates that exceed 2000 HKD a night, steals the spotlight by boasting generously lavish living spaces and a stunning panorama of Hong Kong. Inspired by the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival, Mira Moon prizes Chinese mythology at the heart of its hotel's conception and extends the theme to their state-of-the-art bar services. Climax your experience at Mira Moon with the creative drinks menu inspired by award-winning mixologists and their passion for ancient Chinese legends. 

Address: 388 Jaffe Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong | Mobile: +852 2643 8888 | Website: | Email: | Instagram: @miramoonhotel | Facebook: Mira Moon

12) The Pier Hotel

Nestled in Sai Kung, The Pier Hotel beckons with its cerulean ocean and sandy beaches. Famed for being a tropical refuge from Hong Kong’s usual urban hustle and bustle, the hotel’s 40 modern guest rooms offer waterfront views, streamlined interiors, and soothing, organic colour schemes. With an endless itinerary, this venue also offers the chance to familiarise yourself with local fishing villages, enjoy a dip in their crystal clean pool, or recline on the rooftop garden to soak up the natural views. Promising both luxury and simplicity, The Pier Hotel guarantees a relaxation period that remains unequivocal in quality. 

Address: N0.9 Pak Sha Wan Street, Sai Kung, Hong Kong | Mobile: +852 2912-6777 | Website: | Email: | Instagram: @thepierhotelhongkong | Facebook: The Pier Hotel Hong Kong


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