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The Best Hong Kong Hotels for Quarantine

These designated Hong Kong hotels go above and beyond to keep quarantining guests sane and comfortable during their stay

Note: The rules around hotel quarantine are changing regularly, so be sure to check on the latest information before booking. 

If you’re arriving in Hong Kong, there is now a 21-day quarantine requirement, in keeping with government COVID-19 prevention measures.

All arrivals need to spend their quarantine at a designated hotel (except those from the Chinese mainland, Macao and Taiwan, who can quarantine for 14 days at home).

Here’s the good news: there is a whole host of designated Hong Kong hotels available to meet a variety of budgets and tastes, with a few new options available as of 20 February 2021. Each is implementing special hygiene and safety measures and will only accept quarantining guests.

We’ve scoured the city to highlight the very best options – hotels with special in-room amenities, scenic views, outdoor spaces and concierge services to see guests soundly through their extended stay.

Budget-friendly Quarantine Hotels

Ramada Hong Kong Grand 

About as affordable as quarantine gets. From HK$400 per night, through 20 April 2021

Ramada Hong Kong Grand stretches 29 storeys above the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui, and its 396 rooms look over the bustling shopping and entertainment district. For meals, guests can expect thrice-daily catering, plus coffee and tea-making facilities in-room. You’re also free to order from food delivery apps, which cover the gamut of global cuisines given the variety of nearby restaurants. Across the harbour, the Ramada Hong Kong Grand View in North Point district is another well-priced option on the list of designated quarantine hotels (also available through 20 April 2021).

Standard room size: 161 square feet
Accepts food delivery: Y

23 Austin Avenue, Tsim Sha Tsui; +852 3122 6222

Ovolo Southside 

Home comforts and entertainment galore. From HK$500 per night, from 30 January to 20 April 2021

Ovolo Southside Corner Deluxe bed room interior

Ovolo Southside has crafted a quarantine package that brings home-like comforts to your hotel room. An indoor leafy plant can help enhance your mood; yoga mats, dumbbells and resistance bands can be delivered on request; and mindfulness kits (which include colouring books and brain teasers) help while away the time you spend offline. Rooms have Apple TV and Alexa for catching up on the latest entertainment offerings. Expect speedy, smooth connectivity as Ovolo Southside has just upgraded to Wi-Fi 6. Mini bar treats and morning coffee are complimentary, and three meals a day are catered. A quarantine concierge is on hand to help pick up essentials during your stay, while a celebratory bottle of Cava awaits on completion of your quarantine.

Standard room size: 300 square feet
Accepts food delivery: Y

64 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen; +852 3460 8100

Best Western Plus Hotel Hong Kong

Good-value comforts. From HK$650 per night, through 19 February 2021; from HK$550 per night, from 20 February to 20 April 2021

Best Western Plus hotels are known for being budget-friendly options for business travellers and tourists seeking a well-located, reliable place to spend the night. At this outpost in Sai Ying Pun district, quarantining guests enjoy free Wi-Fi, cable and satellite TV channels along with a sizable desk for any remote working. Three meals a day are provided, with menus on rotation, however the hotel also accepts food delivery at the lobby in case you’ve got a particular craving to satisfy.

Standard room size: 190 square feet
Accepts food delivery: Y

308 Des Voeux Road West, Sai Ying Pun; +852 3410 3333

Mojo Nomad Aberdeen Harbour

Spacious quarters with entertaining perks. From HK$600 per night, through 19 February 2021

Interior of a family room at the Mojo Nomad Aberdeen hotel in Hong Kong

With its ‘quarantine concierges’, Mojo Nomad has designed a package combining the best of home and hotel luxuries. Rooms are equipped with smart televisions or Apple TV; fitness amenities including a yoga mat and resistance bands (or a treadmill and dumbbells for an additional fee); and mindfulness kits feature colouring books and brain teasers. If you’re feeling green with envy about those spending time outdoors, you can request a houseplant for your room. Packages include daily meals, coffee and happy hour. If you’re left wanting for anything, say from a pharmacy or grocery store, the hotel will supply it as part of a daily essentials run.

Standard room size: 240 square feet
Accepts food delivery: Y

100 Shek Pai Wan Road, Aberdeen; +852 3728 1000

Nina Hotel Island South

The new age of social distancing. From HK$820 per night, through 20 April 2021

Grand Aqua Suite interior at L'Hotel Island South in Hong Kong

Located in the trendy Wong Chuk Hang district, Nina Hotel Island South combines the benefits of city living with the relaxation of a suburban retreat, including ample mountain and sea views. The 432 rooms are spacious and some suites have balconies – an especially meaningful offering during quarantine. There’s also the rare option to book two bedrooms with a connecting door, should you arrive in Hong Kong on the same flight with a group of family or friends. The ‘Stay In Stay Strong’ quarantine package includes three meals daily (view the menu here). Plus, in keeping with the need for social distancing and COVID-19 prevention measures, a team of robots (Genie, Gena and Genus) is at the ready for contact-less food delivery. Guests simply input a code they receive from the hotel to open up the meal compartment and then send them on their way.

Standard room size: 320 square feet
Accepts food delivery: Y

55 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen; +852 3968 8888

Regal Airport Hotel

Hassle-free stay at Hong Kong’s only on-site airport hotel. From HK$880 per night, through 19 February 2021; from HK$500 per night, from 20 February to 20 April 2021

Prime Deluxe King room at the Regal Airport Hotel in Hong Kong

Rather than board a shuttle bus from the airport to their quarantine destination, guests can just walk a few minutes to reach the Regal Airport Hotel. All 1,171 guestrooms have double-glazed soundproofed windows to block out runway noise, helping ensure a sound night’s sleep for those booking the quarantine package. Desks are large, in-room Wi-Fi is speedy, and there is a good selection of satellite channels on TV. To stay active, you can borrow or purchase wellness equipment such as stepper machines and exercise bikes from the hotel. Meals are catered, but Regal will also accept deliveries from third-party apps.

Standard room size: 290 square feet
Accepts food delivery: Y

9 Cheong Tat Road, Hong Kong International Airport, Chek Lap Kok; +852 2286 8888

The Kowloon Hotel

Harbour views and a soothing colour palette. From HK$880 per night, through 20 April 2021

The slick, glass-panelled Kowloon Hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui counts 705 rooms and five suites, many of which deliver exhilarating views of Victoria Harbour. All feature padded headboards and neutral champagne and silver tones; complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi (with full VPN support); a desk; and coffee and tea-making facilities. Three meals a day are provided, with your choice of Chinese specialities – including dim sum for breakfast – from the hotel’s Cantonese restaurant, Loong Yat Heen, and Western delights from The Window Café. Vegetarian options are also available.

Standard room size: 194 square feet
Accepts food delivery: Y

19-21 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui; +852 2929 2888

Lan Kwai Fong Hotel @ Kau U Fong 

Tasteful rooms at reasonable prices. From HK$1,195 per night, through 19 February 2021; from HK$888 per night, from 20 February to 20 April 2021

Harbour View Room at Lan Kwai Fong Hotel @ Kau U Fong, one of the best Hong Kong hotels for quarantine

Rooms at this 33-storey boutique hotel near the city’s nightlife district blend Eastern aesthetics and modern comforts. Large windows offer city views, with select rooms on higher floors overlooking the harbour, and some windows can be opened for natural ventilation. Guests have access to free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs with satellite channels and bluetooth speakers. Food is your choice of local Chinese or vegetarian menus, while options from meal delivery apps are plentiful given the many popular area restaurants. The hotel team is on hand to assist with delivering food and daily essentials 24-7 without charge.

Standard room size:
205 square feet
Accepts food delivery: Y

3 Kau U Fong, Central, Hong Kong; +852 3650 0000

Mid-range Quarantine Hotels

Dorsett Wan Chai

A breath of fresh air in Wan Chai. From HK$900 per night, through 19 February 2021; from HK$850 per night, from 20 February to 20 April 2021

COVID-19 precautions for quarantine guests at Dorsett Wan Chai hotel in Hong Kong

One of the few hotels in Hong Kong with windows that open, Dorsett Wan Chai gives quarantine guests the welcome ability to get some fresh air during their stay indoors. Overlooking the Happy Valley racecourse, the hotel has put together a self-quarantine package inclusive of three meals daily and turbo-charged WiFi. You also have the option to order food through meal delivery apps (with the hotel reception delivering these to guest rooms). Cancellation is free 14 days prior to arrival. Similar quarantine packages are available at the Dorsett Mongkok in Kowloon and the Dorsett Tsuen Wan in the New Territories (both also available through 20 April 2021); be sure to confirm details such as food delivery policies and amenities with the specific hotel branch before booking.

Standard room size: 220 square feet
Accepts food delivery: Y

387-397 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai; +852 3552 1111

Four Points by Sheraton Hong Kong Tung Chung

Brand-new digs with ample entertainment options. From HK$990 per night, through 19 February 2021; from HK$880 per night, from 20 February to 20 April 2021

Interior of a traditional oceanview twin bedroom at Four Points by Sheraton hotel in Hong Kong

The newly opened Four Points by Sheraton Hong Kong Tung Chung has a crisp, modern aesthetic and easy access to Hong Kong International Airport. Guests quarantining here enjoy a fully catered experience with Asian or Western set menus. If you’re still peckish, 24-hour in-room dining is available, as is food delivery via third-party apps. Free in-room Wi-Fi, gadgets and mind puzzles help pass the time, as will thousands of magazines and newspapers available to read with complimentary PressReader access. The hotel provides laundry liquid upon request for washing items in your room, as standard laundry service isn’t permitted. 

Standard room size: 215 square feet
Accepts food delivery: Y

9 Yi Tung Road, Tung Chung, Lantau Island; +852 2352 8035

Hotel Indigo

Decor to brighten up your time indoors. From HK$1,280 per night, through 19 February 2021; from HK$1,180 per night, from 20 February to 20 April 2021

Deluxe Room interior at the Hotel Indigo in Hong Kong

Hotel Indigo is a boutique property in Wan Chai on the edge of Lee Tung Avenue. Its 138 rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows, cheery mosaic walls and art that references the neighbourhood’s old spice shops and neon signage. Beyond the rooms’ upbeat personalities, guests benefit from perks like Nespresso coffee machines, Bang and Olufsen speakers and bathroom amenities from American fragrance and homecare brand Crabtree and Evelyn. Quarantine packages are inclusive of all meals.

Standard room size: 320 square feet
Accepts food delivery: Y

246 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai; +852 3926 3888

Mira Moon

A tech-centric hotel for work and play. From HK$1,280 per night, through 20 April 2021

Interior of a guest room at Mira Moon, one of the best Hong Kong hotels for quarantine

This boutique hotel in Causeway Bay features 90 boldly furnished rooms and one suite by acclaimed interior designer Marcel Wanders. ‘Quarantine on the Moon’ packages are inclusive of 21 nights’ accommodation and thrice-daily meals delivered to your door. A Nespresso machine and tea-making facilities will keep you perked up, while an iPad mini with preloaded apps, AirPlay- and Bluetooth-enabled speakers and cable TV channels will keep you entertained and connected around the clock.

Standard room size: 220 square feet
Accepts food delivery: Y

388 Jaffe Road, Causeway Bay; +852 2315 5128

Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers

Harbour views in downtown Kowloon. From HK$1,650 per night, through 19 February 2021; from HK$1,380 per night, from 20 February to 20 April 2021

Harbour View Suite Bedroom at the Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel and Towers

At Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers in Tsim Sha Tsui, about half of the 782 rooms and suites enjoy views of nearby Victoria Harbour. All rooms are set up for a comfortable stay, with floor-to-ceiling windows, 40-inch flatscreen TVs, iPod docks, minibars and the brand’s Signature Sheraton Sweet Sleeper beds. Guests receive three catered meals a day, but can also order from room service and meal delivery apps.

Standard room size: 290 square feet
Accepts food delivery: Y

20 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui; +852 2369 1111

High-end Quarantine Hotels

The Luxe Manor

Arty interiors for an inspiring stay. From HK$1,400 per night, through 19 February 2021

Superior room interior at the Luxe Manor in Hong Kong

Quirky artwork lines the walls of the eclectic The Luxe Manor in Tsim Sha Tsui. The hotel comprises 153 rooms and six themed suites, creating vibrant, comfortable spaces for guests. Rooms have marble bathrooms with rain showers, tea and coffee making facilities and cable television. The Luxe Manor’s Long Staying packages are inclusive of three meals daily and twice-weekly linen and towel changes, while laundry and a la carte dining orders will receive a 30 per cent discount. Additional meals can be ordered via food delivery apps to the reception and delivered to guest rooms at no additional cost.

Standard room size: 240 square feet
Accepts food delivery: Y

39 Kimberley Road, Tsim Sha Tsui; +852 3763 8888

Kerry Hotel Hong Kong

A very spacious sanctuary for foodies. From HK$1,706 per night, through 20 April 2021

Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong

On the Hung Hom waterfront, the Kerry Hotel Hong Kong offers five-star ‘Quarantine with Kerry’ packages inclusive of accommodation and thrice-daily meals delivered to your doorstep. Dine on specially prepared dishes from the hotel’s kitchen or make requests from the in-room dining menu – allergies and special dietary requirements can be catered to with advanced notice. If you’re hankering after something specific, you can always place an order with Dockyard food court through its designated app or order from a third-party delivery service.

Standard room size: 450 square feet
Accepts food delivery: Y 

38 Hung Luen Road, Hung Hom; +852 2252 5888

Le Méridien Hong Kong, Cyberport

A tranquil seaside stay. From HK$1,850 per night, through 20 April 2021

Deluxe ocean room at Le Meridien Cyberport, one of the best Hong Kong hotels for quarantine

The seafront property overlooking Telegraph Bay on Hong Kong Island’s western shore has a distinctly resort feel to it. The 166 plush rooms are generously sized, each with space enough for a desk and a side table with two chairs, plus floor-to-ceiling windows. Some rooms on floors five to thirteen offer sea views. For multiple travellers eligible to quarantine together, there’s the option to book connecting rooms. Packages are inclusive of all meals, with a choice of Chinese, Western, international, vegetarian and healthy dishes daily. The hotel will also allow food to be ordered through third-party delivery apps.

Standard room size: 340 square feet
Accepts food delivery: Y

100 Cyberport Road, Cyberport; +852 2980 7000

One-Eight-One Hotel & Serviced Residences 

Panoramic views outside and comforts within. From HK$1,964, through 20 April 2021

Located close to HKU MTR station on Hong Kong Island’s western side, One-Eight-One  provides uninterrupted 180-degree views across Victoria Harbour from the guestrooms. Generous floor-to-ceiling windows also let ample natural light into the cosy rooms, which feature natural woods and soft furnishings. Other amenities include speedy Wi-Fi, satellite channels and a minibar. Guests get three catered meals a day with a choice of Eastern, Western or vegetarian options. A Nespresso coffee machine and premium Molton Brown toiletries mean you can start each day feeling fresh.

Standard room size: 330 square feet
Accepts food delivery: Y

181 Connaught Road West, Sai Wan; +852 2980 7000

The Landmark Mandarin Oriental

Modern minimalist luxe. From HK$3,630 per night, through 20 April 2021

Interior of a room at the Landmark Mandarin Oriental hotel in Hong Kong

If you’re looking to quarantine in serious style, a three-week stay at The Landmark Mandarin Oriental offers all the creature comforts you could wish for. Packages are inclusive of three set meals per day, with an extensive, carefully curated menu changing weekly. With rooms starting from 450 square feet and reaching up to a palatial 2,250 square feet, chances of cabin fever settling in here are minimal. State-of-the-art technology keeps guests comfortable, connected and entertained – and additional items can be procured upon request.

Standard room size: 450 square feet
Accepts food delivery: N (but gifts from friends and family are accepted)

15 Queen’s Road Central, Central; +852 2132 0188

Prices are subject to change, along with featured inclusions. This story was originally published in October 2020 and updated in January 2021

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