All ages can have a great time at these family-friendly properties
Large classy rooms, complete with all the amenities that you need. Very comfortable beds with high quality sheets. Loved the bathroom and very clean overall. The staff are super friendly, very attentive and moves quickly for our needs. It surpasses my previous hotel experiences in the US and other ...
they have shuttle service that goes to downtown.. and the luggage guy tried to help us to get into the shuttle with our suite case even though they don’t allow suite case in the shuttle( it’s just 2 small suite case tho) that time we already checked out and tried to bring our luggage as we go to ...
Clean, comfortable, nice size room , convenient, quite
Very nice hotel in a good location, convenient for MTR and tramlines. Easy walk to Causeway Bay. Excellent views from 'harbour view' rooms. Large bright rooms and comfortable beds, would have like more drawer space,but wardrobes adequate. Enjoyed our stay and would come here again.
Hotel room is in good condition! The aircon gets really cold though.
Nice friendly staff no complaints Good breakfast but not cheap handy shuttle service
Property is manage well. Security for guest is very good. Staff courteous and efficient. Food court and restaurant in basement with different meal offered.
Very convenient when one gets two days pass and to visits Ngong Pingcable car. Very far from City though.
Good location. My room was a bit old and could do with modernization but was a good size for Hong Kong
Hong Kong boasts a collection of 170 family-friendly hotels. With such a large choice there is something to satisfy all visitors on price and location. The family-friendly hotels in Hong Kong options cover all classes between two and five stars. Families can choose a centrally located hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui or one across the other side of Victoria Harbour on Hong Kong Island. For your family holiday in Hong Kong, find hotels great for kids online with Expedia.
Lantau, Lamma and Ma Wan islands together with select areas of the New Territories all have a few resort-style accommodation complexes which are suitable for families. Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel is a short trip in a shuttle from the theme park. The hotel looks like a historic mansion and bonuses for youngsters include Disney characters helping out in the dining room.
The Silvermine Beach Resort is another Lantau favourite and sits close to the beach and bay from which it takes its name. Noah’s Ark Resort is a combined stay and play themed establishment on Ma Wan Island. Rooms can be configured for up to eight guests, while the Solar Tower and abundance of animal sculptures usually leave children gasping in amazement.
The Concerto Inn overlooks Hung Shing Yeh Beach on the west shore of Lamma Island. This hotel has a playground and barbecue zone. It is also a pleasant place to escape the busy streets of Hong Kong as the only means of getting around are bicycles or hiking. The Regal Riverside at Sha Tin is one of the more popular bookings. It boasts a swimming pool and a selection of eateries serving food from all over the world.
For parents who want to be close to the action, the Kowloon side Marco Polo and the Harbour view in the Wanchai area of Hong Kong Island are two of the top luxury choices for families. The Marco Polo features an outdoor heated swimming pool to keep children amused during the cooler winter months. Family-friendly hotels in Hong Kong are flexible and can soon put rollaway beds or cribs into rooms to suit guests’ specific needs.