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What you should know about Causeway Bay

Bold and brash, bright and vibrant, Causeway Bay is the ultimate face of modern-day retail on Hong Kong Island. Its neon-lit streets are packed with shops of every shape and size—towering department stores, stylish fashion boutiques, and busy street markets. But it isn’t just retail that rules here. There are theaters, a famed park, and an even more famous square too, all making Causeway Bay a place of culture, leisure, and celebration for locals and visitors alike.

Hotels in Causeway Bay

The range of accommodation in Causeway Bay is wide, but definitely tilted towards the upscale side. The more affordable hotels are found east of Victoria Park, while the shopping districts house some of the best luxury hotels in Causeway Bay. The Park Lane Hong Kong straddles both camps, being a modern 5-star hotel with luxurious rooms and facilities that is surprisingly affordable. Another classy Causeway Bay hotel is the Lanson Place Hong Kong. Reviewers love its fitness center and chic rooms, complete with kitchenettes. The TUVE is a boutique hotel with a difference: its concrete-walled rooms make a bold design statement, while its staff are praised for exceptional service.

Things to see in Causeway Bay

With its wealth of deluxe shopping opportunities, no visit to Causeway Bay is complete without a serious splurge, or at least a window shop. The best place to head is the area around Causeway Bay metro stop, where Lee Gardens One & Two forms the retail anchor. This mall is known for designer brands, including Dior and Gucci, as well as upscale shops selling everything from fine wines to children’s clothing. A completely different kind of shopping experience awaits in the road-side stalls of Jardine’s Crescent. Expect bargains, haggling, and big crowds. Big crowds are also a regular feature at nearby Times Square, and locals fill its piazza on both New Year’s Eve and Christmas Eve. It's also another major shopping destination itself, housing the first vertical mall in Hong Kong. But if all that shopping gets too much, the open space and pretty gardens of neighboring Victoria Park, Hong Kong's largest park, are a welcome refuge.

Good for lovers of shopping

This is a great area for shopping, not only for the diversity and scale of its retail extravaganza, but also because many hotels in Causeway Bay are so in tune with the needs of the shopping traveler. Most are located close to the main shopping complexes, with some actually in the same building, while those further away offer complimentary shuttle buses to and from the biggest malls. Causeway Bay is also packed with convenient eateries to ensure you don't drop while you shop. And of course, full-service spas and deep-soak tubs provide a much-needed way to unwind after a hard day's shopping.

How to get to Causeway Bay

Hong Kong International Airport, some 20 miles out of town, is the main gateway into Hong Kong. There are good public transportation links from here to Causeway Bay. Most choose to take the Airport Express train service, which reaches Hong Kong Station in only 24 minutes. From here there's a free shuttle bus to the main hotels in Causeway Bay, but the Island line of the metro is another option. An alternative means of travel to Causeway Bay from the airport is the A22 bus. Change at Hung Hom to catch the 116 bus, which passes close to many of the district's hotels.

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