In between roaming the street markets and feasting on dim sum at the world’s cheapest Michelin-starred restaurant, you need a comfy pad in Hong Kong to call home. Condos in Hong Kong Island and Kowloon put you in the heart of the action while the Outlying Islands immerse you in the natural and traditional attractions of the region. These Airbnbs in Hong Kong cover all bases, with sleek downtown studios and seaside escapes in the New Territories.
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Fling open the curtains in the morning and sip a coffee from bed with a direct view over the Sheung Wan highrises and Victoria Peak rising behind. Sunlight bathes the balcony through all the seasons and is just roomy enough for a starlit supper. Though on the snug side, the host has optimized the “Sky Studio” with under-bed storage. Neighbored by the antique markets and murals of Hollywood Road, this top-floor apartment is a winner.
Two guests, one bedroom (studio) Price: $194 per night
Bursting with personality, this three-bedroom apartment for small groups features a chic bathroom adorned with azulejos. It’s a bit of a squeeze, but the sofa pulls out into an extra double bed if needed. Convenient for the MTR and Temple Street, this Kowloon Airbnb is also within walking distance of the markets and sneaker stores of Mong Kok – Hong Kong’s liveliest shopping zone.
Eight guests, three bedrooms Price: $163 per night
Swap the bright lights for the fishing villages and hiking trails of Hong Kong’s best-kept secret, the car-free Lamma Island. This dog-friendly beach villa is tastefully outfitted in neutral tones with pendant lighting, contemporary art, and fluffy throws. Multiple patios allow groups to spread out and soak up the coastal landscape while the free-standing tub in the master suite peers right over the forest.
Eight guests, three bedrooms Price: $1,384 per night
So recently renovated that the paint is barely dry, this one-bedroom high-floor apartment gifts you terrific views of SoHo and Mid-Levels. Although compact, the kitchen is more than comprehensive with a built-in oven, blender, and Nespresso machine. Remote workers will appreciate the desk in the bedroom and the lightning-speed Wi-Fi. Bring your swimmers: this is one of the few Airbnbs in Hong Kong Island with a pool.
This nifty studio apartment is one of the best Hong Kong Airbnbs for solo travelers and couples, with a king-sized bed being a rare sight in the city. The kitchen is well-stocked with crockery, utensils, and an induction stove while there’s ample storage in the closet to stash your Mong Kok bargains. One of the kookiest features of this listing is located in the bathroom; the Japanese-style Neorest is supposedly one of the world’s most luxurious toilets.
Two guests, one bedroom (studio) Price: $142 per night
With a spacious lounge and two bathrooms, there’s no need for morning quarrels at this three-bedroom property at Discovery Bay. Thanks to the extra-high loft bed, you might even find that little travelers skip to bed without making a fuss, especially after a day at Disneyland. Floor-to-ceiling windows frame the lush Lantau Island scenery while the fitted kitchen makes it easy to whip up your favorite dishes.
The star of this deluxe penthouse is its large roof terrace with soaring views over Hong Kong Central. Furnished with a grill, hot tub, and a bar, there’s still space left over for a morning yoga flow. The host has thought outside the box by providing a mattress to transform one of the window bays into an additional bed. A sliding door is installed to separate the bedroom from the open-plan lounge and fully-equipped kitchen.
If the idea of walking up five flights of stairs doesn’t float your boat, let the rooftop of this cute Airbnb in Hong Kong Central convince you otherwise. Laid out with a table for morning brunch or dining under the moonlight, the patio lets you experience the spirit of this lively neighborhood. The heart of the one-bed condo is a restful open-plan living space decorated with modern and traditional art, trinkets, and flowers.
Situated in the village-like Happy Valley, this two-bedroom apartment is convenient for hitting the trails of Hong Kong Island. Alocasia-print wallpapering sets a calming tone in the lounge which opens out onto a sunny patio teeming with plants. A fitted kitchen with sophisticated emerald tilework makes cooking feel less like a chore. Best of all, dogs are welcome to join you on your city break.
Close to DB Plaza, Tai Pak Beach, and Disneyland, this stylish Discovery Bay Airbnb offers a peaceful retreat from the fast pace of Hong Kong Central. Comprising a master bedroom and a kid’s bunkroom, the home is stocked with family games to enjoy after a day exploring the sights. The balcony overlooks the sea and greenery of Lantau Island and is a treat at sunset.
Landlords in Hong Kong are known for their creative approach to interior design and the host of this Causeway Bay vacation rental has excelled at maximizing the space. In addition to the master bedroom and principal living room, a third room doubles up as a second lounge or bedroom with two Murphy beds. The patio is set up with a barbecue, LED-lit bar, hot tub, and tropical garden. For added entertainment, there’s a karaoke machine inside.