What's Around

Food & Drinks

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Local Eateries
5 Minute’s walk
Hau Fook Street, Hong Kong’s famed address for local street-food delicacies, is where visitors go for a colourful and tasty adventure in the heart of the city.

Kimberley Street “Korean Town”
5 Minute’s walk
Korean Town, a popular destination for traditional Korean restaurants and grocery stores, is just one block from our hotel and offers a bevy of culinary cultural wonders.
Knutsford Terrace
1 Minute’s walk

Right next to Stanford Hillview Hotel is Knutsford Terrace renowned for specialty restaurants and pubs. Now being promoted by HKTB as Kowloon’s “Lan Kwai Fong”.

Shopping

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Kowloon Park
10 Minute’s walk
Just 2 blocks from the hotel, Kowloon Park offers a modern interpretation of city landscaping and lush greenery. It also features a games hall, swimming pool and an open-air sculpture walk.

Harbour City
15 Minute’s walk
Harbour City is one of the largest and most popular shopping centres in Hong Kong. With 700 shops and boutiques, 50 restaurants and two cinemas, it’s the perfect choice for a day of shopping and entertainment.

Granville Road
5 Minute’s walk
Tsim Sha Tsui’s Granville Road is famed for its endless shopping options, including international and local brands at great prices.

Sightseeing

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Sham Shui Po
Sham Shui Po is a district of simple pleasures. As a predominantly working-class neighbourhood, this area just north of Boundary Street offers a lot of cheap but cheerful experiences that can’t be found anywhere else in the city. Instead of glitzy, glass-panelled skyscrapers, here you’ll find buildings that hide a rich history behind their humble façades. Don’t come here for a fancy gourmet meal. Instead, come here if you want to try Michelin-recommended noodles and snacks that only cost HK$50. And if you’re planning to do a bit of shopping, be prepared to spend several hours here, sifting through all the eclectic wares at the open-air street markets.

Temple Street Night Market
20 Minute’s walk
With an exciting bevy of street vendors, outdoor acts and fortune tellers, this market is world famous for its variety of goods that range from casual clothing and watches to accessories. This is also the go-to destination for traditional Chinese jade, this destination offers every variety shade, shape, and quality of the stone that represents wealth, power and good fortune.
Hong Kong Cultural Centre
15 Minute’s walk
This famous, pink-tiled building is a popular concert and theatre venue. The main concert hall houses the largest pipe organ in Asia, with 8,000 pipes and 93 stops.
Hong Kong Museum of History
15 Minute’s walk
A stone’s throw from the hotel, this museum will take you through Hong Kong’s exciting history and development over the past 100 years.

Happening

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Hong Kong Pulse Light Festival
Hong Kong WinterFest
Hong Kong Sevens
Hong Kong New Year Countdown Celebrations
Hong Kong Chinese New Year
The Great European Carnival