Despite a rather tumultuous year, 2019 has seen the opening of many new hotels in Hong Kong, from plush luxury hotels to family-friendly offerings. If you’re looking to visit Hong Kong in 2020, check out our list of new hotels in Hong Kong below.

1. St. Regis Hong Kong

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Overlooking the Victoria Harbour from Wan Chai, St. Regis Hong Kong is no ordinary hotel. The luxurious five-star hotel boasts Hong Kong-inspired interiors by revered designer Andre Fu, who also helmed the designs of The Upper House and Kerry Hotel. Within the hotel, you will find lighting fixtures reminiscent of old Hong Kong’s gas lamps and wall panels resembling Chinese shop shutters, in a nod to the brand’s East-meets-West design concept. In line with St. Regis tradition, the hotel offers 24/7 butler service, with butlers meeting you kerbside instead of knocking on your door after you check in. This new hotel in Hong Kong is only a 13-minute walk from the Wan Chai Ferry Pier, perfect for Star Ferry rides across the harbor to Tsim Sha Tsui. It is also only a 16-minute walk from the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, making it one of the most conveniently-located hotels if you’re attending an event or exhibition at the HKCEC.

Hotel classification: 5 stars

Opened in: April 2019

Address: 1 Harbour Drive, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

Website: https://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/hkgxr-the-st-regis-hong-kong/

2. Rosewood Hong Kong

One of the most anticipated new hotels in Hong Kong, Rosewood Hong Kong at Victoria Dockside does not disappoint. This high-end addition to the city’s hospitality scene offers sweeping views across the Victoria Harbour towards Hong Kong Island– the iconic skyline seen on postcards– in more than 80% of its rooms. On the sixth floor is a sun deck and a 25-meter outdoor infinity pool that promises glittering views of the harbor. Both shopaholics and art lovers would be delighted to know that right next to the hotel is K11 MUSEA, Hong Kong’s newest designer mall featuring stunning architecture, an impressive array of shops, and over 40 world-class contemporary art pieces.

Hotel classification: 5 stars

Opened in: March 2019

Address: 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Website: https://www.rosewoodhotels.com/en/hong-kong

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3. Ocean Park Marriott

For a family-friendly choice among new hotels in Hong Kong, look no further than the Ocean Park Marriott Hotel. Located right next to Ocean Park in the south side of Hong Kong Island, this is the ideal hotel for families looking to spend a day or two at Hong Kong’s classic theme park, which features thrilling rides, giant pandas, sprawling aquariums and much more. The hotel itself even holds a 16-meter high aquarium in its lobby which spans three floors! For those on business trips hoping to find accommodation in a quieter area of Hong Kong, this hotel is only a one-minute walk from Ocean Park MTR station, from which you can board the South Island Line to reach the city’s business district in as little as six minutes.

Hotel classification: 4 stars

Opened in: February 2019

Address: 180 Wong Chuk Hang Rd, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong

Website: https://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/hkgop-hong-kong-ocean-park-marriott-hotel/

4. Page148

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From its name down to the design of its lobby, Page148 is the poster child of a serene sanctuary in the middle of the bustling city. This boutique hotel is incredibly Instagrammable, featuring minimalist design and plenty of natural light in its rooms from massive windows. Besides a check-in counter, its lobby houses an artisanal coffee bar and a well-stocked reading room for guests to have a quiet moment by themselves. What’s most impressive about Page148 though, are its small but thoughtful touches, such as providing two types of pillows for different preferences, a Marshall bluetooth speaker in each room, and high-quality, in-room drip coffee bags from local roastery Ideaology.

Hotel classification: 4 stars

Opened in: January 2019

Address: 148 Austin Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Website: https://pagehotels.com/en/page148/

5. ALVA Hotel by Royal

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If you’re looking for new hotels in Hong Kong that are located in the New Territories, ALVA Hotel by Royal might just be the one for you. Perched along the Shing Mun River, ALVA Hotel provides serene views of lush greenery nearby, while being conveniently located only a few minutes away on foot from the nearest MTR station. Designed by renowned Japanese architectural firm Nikken Sekkei and acclaimed local interior designer Norman Chan, the hotel’s interiors reflect its environment in its minimalist and contemporary design. For those looking to get active, the hotel also offers walking and hiking tours, and biking tours curated by Hong Kong cycling coach Dorming Chau.

Hotel classification: 5 stars

Opened in: Late 2019

Address: 1 Yuen Hong St, Sha Tin, Hong Kong

Website: https://www.alva.com.hk/

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