Best for family reunions in Pokfulam
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This comfortable three-bedroom apartment sleeps six and guests have access to a nearby pool, gym and sauna facilities, making it ideal for a larger family gathering. Pokfulam offers the perfect blend of natural and urban attractions – there are rugged hiking trails on the doorstep, yet the apartment is just 10 minutes’ walk from Kennedy Town’s vibrant dining scene.
Best for food lovers in Sheung Wan
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Sheung Wan is to Hong Kong what Brooklyn is to New York, so when the working day is done, make like the locals and get amongst it at the beating heart of the city’s flourishing hipster bar and restaurant scene. Prefer a quiet night in? This designer one-bedroom apartment has a roof terrace that’s an ideal spot to sit back and take in the city views.
Best for minimalist chic in Wan Chai
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Previously regarded as a little seedy, present-day Wan Chai is a fashionable enclave just five minutes by MTR from Central. Less than a minute’s walk from the station, this stylishly minimalist studio is small yet serene, with a walk-in rain shower, commercial-grade water filter and great natural light ensuring you’re left jet lag-free and ready for your day.
Best for skyline views in West Kowloon
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Perfectly positioned above Kowloon Station and the upmarket Elements shopping mall, this contemporary one-bedroom apartment is an ideal crash pad for business travellers working at the adjacent International Commerce Centre. But this isn’t convenience at the expense of cool: with large windows offering harbour views, you’ll want to linger over your morning coffee.
Best for a boho beachside break in Big Wave Bay
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Tucked away in secluded Big Wave Bay, this cosy beach house is just 100 metres from Hong Kong’s best surf. Complete with a rooftop space where you can lounge in a hammock or spread your yoga mat, this pretty two-bedroom home is just 20 minutes from Central so you can combine sandy feet with the neon jungle in one trip.
Best for nature lovers on South Lantau
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It may be famed for its skyscrapers and high-density living but less than 25 per cent of Hong Kong’s land area is built up. Lantau Island, for example, has plenty of green space, mountains, forests, beaches and country parks to explore so this stylish two-bedroom village home on South Lantau is ideal for nature-loving families. Swim in rock pools, spot wild buffalo on the lush trails and build sandcastles before cooking up a rooftop barbecue served with a side order of spectacular sunset.
Best for spacious, old-world style in Stanley
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A palatial pad on Hong Kong’s gorgeous south side, it’s easy to see why this chic three-bedroom family home has been featured in several local design magazines. From the expansive South China Sea views to the plush living room and vast covered terrace, this fully staffed rental works for families, or groups who love to entertain.
Best for theme park thrills in Wong Chuk Hang
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This former industrial area is fast being reinvented as its old warehouses are transformed into stylish eateries and galleries. However, visiting families like to come here for another reason – Ocean Park Hong Kong. This three-bedroom apartment with views over Aberdeen Marina is a stone’s throw from the theme park and has a pool, contemporary kitchen and a bassinet for those visiting with tiny tots.
Best for soaking up the sun in Aberdeen
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This live-aboard 55-foot yacht is the ultimate escape for A-list couples and is fully decked out with a covered cockpit terrace, open sundeck and grill. If you can bear to tear yourself away from the calm of the marina, the newly opened South Island MTR line will whisk you to Admiralty station in just under 10 minutes.