Best Five-Pearl Hotels in Hong Kong’s Tsim Sha Tsui

Well-heeled travelers ready and able to shell out some serious cash can book some of the world’s most legendary hotels, located in Hong Kong’s popular tourist and shopping area of Tsim Sha Tsui.

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The Langham, Hong Kong

Tsim Sha Tsui, China

The Langham, Hong Kong is located in the heart of Hong Kong's Tsim Sha Tsu, within easy access of metro stations, shopping, and entertainment. The 498 rooms and suites are elegant and come with iHome docking stations and marble bathrooms with walk-in rainfall showers and separate tubs. Guests of Executive Rooms and suites get access to the Langham Club lounge, with perks such as free buffet breakfast and evening cocktails. While the hotel offers great amenities across the board, including an outdoor heated rooftop pool, a large fitness center, and plenty of conference space, it's the restaurants that really take the spotlight here, particularly T'Ang Court, which has earned three Michelin Stars for its Cantonese cuisine. 


InterContinental Hong Kong

Tsim Sha Tsui, China

The 503-room InterContinental is one of the most luxurious hotels in Hong Kong, conveniently situated along the harbor in Kowloon. Its claim to fame may be that two-thirds of the rooms have harbor views, but the hotel has plenty else to brag about, including five high-end dining options, a chic lobby bar, a rooftop pool, a top-notch spa, a large fitness center, extensive business services, and exceptional 24-hour room and butler service. Luxurious, sophisticated rooms have high-tech amenities like LCD TVs, Bose sound systems, generously stocked minibars, and smartphones, plus huge marble bathrooms with separate showers and tubs. 


The Peninsula Hong Kong

Tsim Sha Tsui, China

The 300-room Peninsula Hong Kong is the Hong Kong's oldest hotel. Built in 1926, it blends modern sophistication with classic appeal, though it's far from sedate or stuffy. In fact, it was one of the liveliest hotels in Tsim Sha Tsui during our 2018 visit. Rooms are handsome, and include marble bathrooms with separate showers and soaking tubs. Many have Victoria Harbour views and the suites are astounding. Amenities here match the hotel's reputation: a Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant, a full-service spa and indoor pool, and the most popular High Tea in Hong Kong. With extras like a helicopter pad and a fleet of Rolls Royces, this is one of the city's most posh hotels.