Sustainable And Eco-Hotels In Hong Kong

The 8 Most Ethical And Sustainable Hotels In Hong Kong according to ETIC Hotels

K11 ARTUS

Outdoor swimming pool,Free WiFi,Airport shuttle,Family rooms,Non-smoking rooms,Fitness centre,Parking on site,Restaurant,24-hour front desk,Good breakfast
ETIC carbon rating
111.4
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
7
/10

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ALVA HOTEL BY ROYAL

Outdoor swimming pool,Free WiFi,Family rooms,Non-smoking rooms,Fitness centre,Private parking,Restaurant,24-hour front desk,Bar,Very good breakfast
ETIC carbon rating
51
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
6.9
/10

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Crowne Plaza Hong Kong Kowloon East, an IHG Hotel

Outdoor swimming pool,Free WiFi,Non-smoking rooms,Fitness centre,Private parking,Spa and wellness centre,Restaurant,24-hour front desk,Bar,Very good breakfast
ETIC carbon rating
51
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
6.9
/10

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Starphire Hotel

Free WiFi,Non-smoking rooms,Private parking,24-hour front desk,Facilities for disabled guests,Laundry,Lift,Daily housekeeping,Air conditioning
ETIC carbon rating
51
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
6.9
/10

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Park Hotel Hong Kong

Free WiFi,Family rooms,Non-smoking rooms,Restaurant,24-hour front desk,Room service,Facilities for disabled guests,Tea/coffee maker in all rooms,Bar,Good breakfast
ETIC carbon rating
51
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
6.8
/10

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Metropark Hotel Kowloon

Outdoor swimming pool,Free WiFi,Airport shuttle,Family rooms,Non-smoking rooms,Fitness centre,Private parking,Restaurant,Tea/coffee maker in all rooms,Bar
ETIC carbon rating
51
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
6.7
/10

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Eaton HK

Outdoor swimming pool,Free WiFi,Family rooms,Non-smoking rooms,Fitness centre,Restaurant,24-hour front desk,Tea/coffee maker in all rooms,Bar,Good breakfast
ETIC carbon rating
51
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
6.7
/10

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Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Sha Tin

Outdoor swimming pool,Free WiFi,Family rooms,Non-smoking rooms,Fitness centre,Parking on site,Spa and wellness centre,Restaurant,Bar,Good breakfast
ETIC carbon rating
51
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
6.6
/10

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COUNTRY PROFILE

Hong Kong

  • Official Name:Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People`s Republic of China

  • Capital:Hong Kong

  • Population:7,552,810

  • Area:1,106 km²

  • Major Languages:Chinese, English

  • Major Religions:Buddhism, Christianity, Islam

  • Life expectancy:84.68 years

  • Currency:Hong Kong Dollar

10 Things To Do In Hong Kong

  • 1. Explore Victoria Peak:

    Take the Peak Tram to Victoria Peak for panoramic views of Hong Kong`s skyline and harbor. The Peak offers a spectacular vantage point, especially during sunset, where the city`s lights come alive against the backdrop of the harbor. You`ll be able to capture breathtaking photos and enjoy a range of dining options at the Peak.

  • 2. Visit Tian Tan Buddha:

    Discover the iconic Big Buddha statue on Lantau Island, offering cultural insights and stunning views. The serene atmosphere around the statue and Po Lin Monastery provides a tranquil escape from the city`s hustle and bustle. Visitors can climb the steps to the Buddha, explore the monastery`s architecture, and enjoy the lush surroundings.

  • 3. Explore Mong Kok:

    Immerse yourself in the vibrant district of Mong Kok, known for its markets, shopping, and street life. From the bustling Ladies` Market to the unique Goldfish Market, Mong Kok is a sensory feast where you can shop for everything from electronics to fashion, sample street food, and witness the local atmosphere.

  • 4. Take a Star Ferry Ride:

    Enjoy a classic Star Ferry ride across Victoria Harbour, witnessing the city`s skyline from the water. The short but scenic ferry journey offers a timeless experience that has connected Hong Kong Island and Kowloon for over a century. The view of Hong Kong`s skyline is particularly enchanting during the evening Symphony of Lights show.

  • 5. Wander through Temple Street Night Market:

    Experience the lively Temple Street Night Market, offering street food, souvenirs, and entertainment. As dusk falls, this bustling market comes to life with stalls selling everything from clothing and gadgets to antiques and trinkets. Try local delicacies and perhaps have your fortune told by a street-side fortune teller.

  • 6. Visit Wong Tai Sin Temple:

    Explore the colorful Wong Tai Sin Temple, known for its fortune-telling practices and vibrant architecture. This Taoist temple is a hub of spiritual activity, and visitors often seek guidance from the deity Wong Tai Sin. The architecture is a blend of traditional and modern elements, creating a unique visual experience.

  • 7. Explore Ocean Park:

    Have fun at Ocean Park, a theme park featuring marine life exhibits, thrilling rides, and attractions. Ocean Park combines entertainment and education with animal encounters, marine exhibits, and exhilarating rides, making it a great destination for families and thrill-seekers alike.

  • 8. Discover Lantau Island`s Beaches:

    Unwind on Lantau Island`s beautiful beaches, such as Cheung Sha Beach and Pui O Beach. Lantau`s tranquil shores provide a relaxing escape from the city`s pace. Whether you`re sunbathing, swimming, or enjoying water sports, these beaches offer a different perspective of Hong Kong.

  • 9. Experience Hong Kong`s Dim Sum:

    Indulge in a traditional dim sum meal, sampling a variety of dumplings and small dishes. Dim sum is an integral part of Hong Kong`s culinary culture, and you can find countless dim sum restaurants offering delectable bites of steamed, fried, and baked delights.

  • 10. Attend Hong Kong Arts Festival:

    Immerse yourself in the arts with performances, exhibitions, and cultural events during this annual festival. The Hong Kong Arts Festival showcases a diverse range of artistic disciplines, from music and theater to dance and visual arts. It`s an opportunity to experience Hong Kong`s creative scene and engage with the cultural community.

5 Most Visited Cities In Hong Kong

  • Hong Kong

    Kowloon

    Tsuen Wan

    Yuen Long

    Central

When To Go To Hong Kong

  • Hong Kong`s magnetic allure is present year-round, but the autumn months (September to November) offer a comfortable climate for exploration. The dynamic cityscape of Hong Kong Island and Kowloon comes alive with bustling markets, street food stalls, and vibrant neighborhoods. The Mid-Autumn Festival in September adds a touch of tradition and cultural celebration to the city`s energy. Beyond the urban jungle, hiking trails and outlying islands provide a contrast to the city`s fast-paced lifestyle. Hong Kong`s seamless blend of modernity, tradition, and natural beauty creates a captivating destination for every traveler.

Travel Recommendation And Useful Links For Hong Kong

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