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Hong Kong is truly in a league of its own when it comes to catering for business events. As one of the world’s most significant financial centres and commercial ports, Hong Kong is one of the top 5 conference destinations in Asia with an ICCA ranking amidst the top 20 venues in the world. Its bustling city, superb corporate facilities and cultural attractions make Hong Kong the ideal venue for any business event or meeting, and the perfect place for a social programme to remember. The cosmopolitan city of Hong Kong can look back to a rich history as a modern and impressive city. The area was created by a collision of Western and Eastern powers. Due to British rule until 1997 and the international port, a multitude of European and Asian cultures have formed in Hong Kong. The English language is widely spoken amongst the population and is considered one of the official languages, together with Cantonese and Mandarin. The coexistence of different languages and cultures is also reflected in the tolerance of different religions, as synagogues and temples share their place next to churches and mosques.
ALLOCABO helps you to quickly and easy find, compare and book the ideal business and conference hotel in the financial capital of Asia with the right meeting and conference facilities. We make sourcing – and booking – the ideal hotel quick and easy. Simply send a meeting room and guest room inquiry to up to 10 conference hotels at the same time and receive individual proposals in less than 24 hours. You can then easily review, compare and amend proposals for your event in Hong Kong. For the best online prices and to book directly with the hotel you wish to host your event or meeting at, use ALLOCABO.
To many visitors, Hong Kong is simply divided by the harbour into two areas, the peninsula of Howloon and Hong Kong Island. However, Hong Kong comprises 18 districts, spanning Central and Western, Eastern and Southern areas, all with their own distinctive flavour and feel.
The Central and Western District contains Central, the business hub of Hong Kong, but also well known to tourists with SoHo, Kennedy Town and Sai Ying Pun offering majestic skycrapers, bright city lights and incredible gastronomy. Shek Tong Tsui, Fortress Hill and The Peak are also popular, with Causeway Bay – a shopper’s paradise – housing many luxury malls and affordable apartment stores as well as having a superb night scene. Tsuen Wan, Tuen Mun and Yuen Long Sham offer an abundance of market places and small cafes to ponder, as does Shui Po with many lively streets and markets. The Sha Tin racecourse is home to many local and international group 1 races, and the Wong Tai Sin temple is a must-see, as are the Kwai Tsing and the neighbouring islands. If you are looking for peace and quiet, visit Sai Kung, a small fishing village with beautiful beaches and mountain scenery, or Tai Po, with its tiny villages scattered amidst the mountains. With the highest population density of all districts, Yau Tsim Mong many streets are littered with an abundance of unique shops and cafes. Kowloon City, originally a Chinese military fort, is Hong Kong’s most restaurant-populated city, and Kwun Tong, once the industrial heartland of Hong Kong, is now the city’s newest business district and offers many workspaces and venues for business meetings and events.
You may consider that settling on one venue will be difficult with such a great selection to choose from. Perhaps you are considering the Novotel Hong Kong Century or the Renaissance Harbour View Hotel Hong Kong, but wonder if the JW Marriott Hong Kong may be closer to your chosen attractions? Alternatively, you may be caught between the Park Lane Hong Kong Pullman Hotel but are drawn to the InterContinental Hong Kong?
With first class hotels such as the Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong, the Hyatt Regency Hong Kong Tsim Sha Tsui and the Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong, you will not be surprised to know that Hong Kong is superbly equipped to cater for large-scale events and accommodation requirements. The Novotel Hong Kong Citygate, Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, The Langham Hong Kong, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong and The Peninsula Hong Kong also offer outstanding facilities in the city centre and surrounding area, amidst other top hotels such as W Hong Kong. The The Excelsior Hong Kong and the Kowloon Shangri-La. The OTTO Hotel situated in the Located in Tsim Sha Tsui district, and the Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers are close to some of Hong Kong’s best attractions, whilst the Holiday Inn Express Hong Kong Soho, Ibis Hong Kong Central and Sheung Wan, and the Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong are superbly located close to main transport hubs.
Looking for something a little different? Search through the many boutique and trendy hotels, such as Conrad Hong Kong Hotel, Indigo Hong Kong Island or the The Peninsula Hong Kong for a great atmosphere and superb customer service. Le Meridien Cyberport – a perfect combination of panoramic views, greenery and modern technology, offers state-of-the-art conference facilities.
When stating your preferences using our online request for proposal form, please also indicate what room equipment you require for your meeting or event in Hong Kong, such as a projector or whiteboard, teleconference facilities or free internet. Whether you are looking for a hotel in a mid-range budget size or have a bigger budget available to splurge your event attendees, with our platform you can easily find the best meeting hotel for your event. Further, with our flexible pricing, you can be sure that with ALLOCABO you will get the best online prices.
Organising your meeting, conference, workshop, seminar or event couldn’t be easier with the help of our request for proposal platform.
At ALLOCABO, finding the right meeting hotel in Hong Kong is simple; our intuitive online platform saves you valuable time and money and makes the hotel venue search quick and easy. Simply start your online search at ALLOCABO with your desired Hong Kong area and receive a selection of the best hotels with the most suitable conference facilities. Review available conference facilities & capacity and send a request for proposal for free and without any obligation. Compare hotels and meeting rooms across whichever criteria you need to create the best conference and event experience.
We can ensure that your specific accommodation, dietary or equipment needs are dealt with directly by relevant staff directly at the hotel of your choice. Whatever your requirements, from flipchart to final flourishes such as table decorations, our local partners are always on hand and will do all they can to meet your needs.
With an infrastructure designed around international, intercity and intracity links, everywhere is easy to get to in Hong Kong. Your delegates can travel freely and easily to and from Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) to anywhere in the city using the Citybus, KMB Buses or NWFB. Trams are regular and well situated throughout the city and the MTR Kwun Tong line and Tsuen Wan line transfer to the Island Line for the Star ferry to Hong Kong Island and Kowloon.
If you are unsure which districts would be best suited to your needs, here at ALLOCABO, we can help you to choose the most accessible locations for your venue.
Perhaps you are looking to hold a grand event, such as a corporate anniversary, a themed banquet or other important celebratory event. Hong Kong has everything you could need and more. Smaller events are well catered for too, and nothing is too much trouble – even in the 2 star and 3 star range, hotels are equipped with a breakfast/lunch room and a restaurant to enable you stay and dine in the evening with guests after your event. However, if your conference or business event requires more open spaces, such as roof terraces, gardens or private areas to relax in, many of the 4 and 5 star hotels can oblige.
The most discerning of delegates may require a little more comfort. Many of the first-class hotels also provide a range of deluxe rooms, superior rooms, club rooms, junior suites, executive suites and presidential suites.
You’ll find key information at a glance with ALLOCABO. When making your free enquiry, simply enter the number of nights and guests who will be staying to ensure that the hotel can provide you with a selection of the most suitable hotels. It is also good to know your desired conference room seating arrangement (parliamentary, cinema seating, block form, U-shape) as capacities vary depending on the seating arrangement required.
You can also request electric screens, free W-LAN, sound and speakers in most hotels, and anything they may not have available can often be booked, such as state-of-the-art conference technology, congress technology, plenum and larger sound systems. We understand that the smaller things matter too; our staff will plan with you, the finer details of your event, from floral arrangements to natural daylight, right down to pin boards and flip charts.
Hong Kong’s hotels also offer superb catering packages, with a huge variety of beverage and lunch options, from coffee breaks with snacks to fruit and pastries in the morning and/or afternoon, lunch and dinner. Lunch and evening meal options vary between buffet service, plate service, 2-course, 3-course, 4-course or gala menu.
Once you have settled on the perfect venue for your event, it’s time to look at what Hong Kong can offer your delegates for your social programme. If you’re feeling energetic, why not take the Peak tram to Victoria Peak for stunning views, or the Crystal cable car with glass bottom of Ngong Ping in Lantau? If heights are your thing, Sky100 observation deck on the 100th floor of the International Commerce Centre – Hong Kong’s tallest building – is a must.
Victoria Harbour is a beautiful area for a day’s sightseeing, and Cheung Chau is a short ferry ride away from the hustle and bustle of the city – a lively harbour with a great many markets, shops and temples. Repulse Bay has a resort-like feel and is great for sunbathing and relaxing.
For nature lovers, you need not travel far as Kowloon Park has plenty of greenery to offer! Want to experience a little of Hong Kong’s culture? A trip to Lamma Island offers a unique blend of Western and Asian Island life. For something completely different, visit Hong Kong Disneyland on Lantau Island, Madama Tussauds, Ocean Park (Theme Park) or the Avenue of Stars. History Lover? Visit the Tian Tan Buddha, Po Lin Monastery, Wong Tai Sin Temple and Hong Kong Museum of History, or the Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery and the Clock Tower; one of Hong Kong’s major landmarks at the Kowloon-Canton Railway Terminus.
Shopping, as you might expect, is a big deal in Hong Kong where you will find everything from malls to boutiques and beyond. The Peak Tower grand shopping complex offers a day’s busy shopping, as does Mong Kok – Hong Kong’s biggest shopping district. The giant world bazaar, Tsim Sha Tsui will satisfy even the most enthusiastic of shoppers, with a great many eateries to rest and browse the day’s purchases.
Alongside the array of markets offering authentic Dim Sum, Pheonix Talons (chicken’s feet!) and fish balls, you will find exquisite gastronomy across the huge range of restaurants and cafe’s in Hong Kong. Visit Tim Ho Wan, Yue Kee, the Roasted Goose Restaurant or the Sun Hing Restaurant, famous for its Sao Bao – egg custard buns.
Lan Kwai Fong is Hong Kong’s most popular destination for nightlife with more clubs, music bars and night-time attractions than you can shake a stick at! Spend an evening in PLAY and mingle with local and expat crowds of fashionable elites, or take a trip to Ozone in Kowloon which has the noteworthy accolade as the world’s tallest bar. Dragon-i in Central has a resident DJ with hip-hop on and house music and is, importantly, close to many of the best hotels in the city centre with the global glitterati amongst its clientele.
Hong Kong holds many trade shows throughout the year, focusing mainly on electronics, such as Global Sources Electronic Components Hong Kong, Electronic Asia and E-EXPO, as well as the international beauty Expo, Cosmoprof Asia. Thousands of visitors also flock to Hong Kong for its world famous annual events, amongst them Hong Kong Sevens, the Hong Kong Flower Show, and the much celebrated Cheung Chau Bun Festival.
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So whether you’re looking for a conference hotel on Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, the New Territories or on the Outlying Islands, we can help. Particularly popular hotels in Hong Kong are the InterContinental Hong Kong, Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong, Courtyard by Marriott Hong Kong, Novotel Shenzhen Watergate and JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong.