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Tsim Sha Tsui Hotels


Above: The Penninsula Hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui district in Hong Kong.
Tsim Sha Tsui is certainly well stocked with hotels. It may not even be an overstatement to say that every street there has at least one. In addition, many of them have harborview rooms from which you can overlook not only the Victoria Harbor, but also the beautiful Hong Kong Island skyline.

 
The Penninsula - though it is located one street away from the water, since the buildings in front are low rises, it has many harbor view rooms.
InterContinental Grand Stanford Hotel - located right at the waterfront, it has many unobstructed harbor view rooms.
InterContinental Hong Kong Hotel - located right at the waterfront, it has many unobstructed harbor view rooms (formerly Regent Hotel).
Hotel Nikko - located right at the waterfront, it has many unobstructed harbor view rooms.
Shangri-La - located right at the waterfront, it has many unobstructed harbor view rooms.
Regal Hotel -


Royal Garden - though it is located one street away from the water, since there is an opening between the buildings in front of it, it still has harbor view rooms.
Sheraton - though it is located one street away from the water, since the buildings in front are low rises, it has many harbor view rooms.
Salisbury YMCA - located across the street from The Peninsula, it also has harbor view rooms. It may not be a luxury hotel, but the place is not like the neighborhood gym that you envision!

Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel - right on Canton Road, most convenient for shopping at Harbor City shopping mall
Langham Hotel -

Kowloon Hotel -

Stanford Hillview -

Holiday Inn Golden Mile -

Luxe Manor Hotel -

Imperial Hotel -

B P International -

Empire Hotel Kowloon -





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