Serviced Accommodation, Aparthotels and Serviced Apartments in Hong Kong

Situ’s selection of serviced apartments in Hong Kong has been chosen specially for those travelling for business. Experience a relaxing home-from-home in our Hong Kong accommodation where guests can enjoy a fully-equipped kitchen, a comfortable bed, and a private and flexible space. Our serviced apartments in Hong Kong are conveniently located and have everything that the corporate traveller needs for a successful trip.
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Hong Kong is a major international economic powerhouse and a superb place to develop business connections.

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Why Choose Serviced Apartments in Hong Kong?

Situ’s serviced apartments in Hong Kong are comfortable and welcoming. In these fully-furnished properties business travellers can expect a free wi-fi connection, a fully- equipped kitchen, and laundry facilities as standard.

A convenient location and modern facilities are crucial for a successful business visit. Choose one of our corporate apartments and make the most of modern amenities and connections for airports and public transport.

An aparthotel in Hong Kong might offer the amenities you require, with business meeting rooms, a reception, and a gym.

We bring together office-like convenience together with a homely atmosphere. All our properties have a dedicated working area, with enough space for all your gadgets and a roomy desk. In fact, the space on offer rivals that of Hong Kong’s luxury apartments.

Browse our carefully-curated selection of serviced apartments in Hong Kong and select one that’s right for you.

Where is Hong Kong?

Hong Kong is a Special Administrative Region of China, located on the South China Sea coast, to the south of the vast Chinese nation. Hong Kong enjoys a good degree of political autonomy from the Beijing government. 

A very densely populated area, it is home to approximately 7.5 million people. More than two million of these live in Kowloon, which is located on the mainland.  

The second largest city is Victoria. Often known as Central Hong Kong, Victoria is home to just under one million people. This city – also the capital – is located on what is known as Hong Kong Island, although there are actually more than 250 islands in the Hong Kong region. 

From Kowloon, it’s just three miles to Victoria and 18 miles to Shenzen, the nearest city in the main part of China. Guangzhou, China’s third largest city, is also fairly close, being 74 miles northeast of Hong Kong. Beijing is 1,217 miles to the north and Shanghai is 764 miles away in a north-easterly direction. 

To emphasise autonomy from China, Hong Kong retains its own currency. The Hong Kong dollar is divided into 100 cents. To further illustrate the area’s independence, you should expect border checks if you travel between Hong Kong and China. 

The most spoken language here is Cantonese, although there are also many  Mandarin speakers. Hong Kong was a British territory until 1997, and English remains an official language here. Around 3% of the population speak English fluently and approximately one-third possess some conversational English. Most street signs will be in both English and Cantonese. 

There is an international airport which has flights to many destinations in Europe, Asia, and North America. There is also a very efficient and frequent local rail network. 

Those relocating here might find that serviced expat apartments in Hong Kong make a great first accommodation choice. A short-term let like this allows relocated professionals to get settled here while searching for suitable longer-term accommodation options.

Invest in Hong Kong

Unlike Mainland China, Hong Kong operates a fully free-market economy. This really is a major international business hub, with the slogan ‘one country, two systems’ often used to emphasise how Hong Kong’s way of doing things differs from the traditional Chinese approach. 

In Hong Kong’s business community, you’ll frequently hear people refer to the ‘Four Key Industries’. Together, these four are financial services, professional services, tourism, and trade/logistics. These make up more than 50% of the region’s economy. Other business sectors with a significant presence include biotechnology, electronics, and textiles. 

Hong Kong has some 7,000 skyscrapers and many of these house the territory’s largest corporations. Some of the many well-known names with operations in Hong Kong include HSBC, JPMorgan, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, Accenture, Microsoft, IBM, and all of the Big Four accountancy firms (EY, Deloitte, KPMG, and PwC). 

Despite its relatively small size, Hong Kong is one of the 40 largest national economies in the world and ranks well within the top 20 based on Gross Domestic Product per capita. 

Hong Kong has a number of international Chambers of Commerce, including American, British, French, and Italian. These are all aimed at fostering links between their native countries and Hong Kong. 

The Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce hosts a large number of events every year to enhance members’ business knowledge and provide valuable networking opportunities. 

Make the most of your time here and select a Situ serviced apartment in Hong Kong for your business trip.

Things To Do in Hong Kong

Given that it’s just over 1,000 square kilometres in size, Hong Kong packs a lot into a small area. 

When arriving in Victoria, a good place to start is the observation platform at the 552-metre-high Victoria Peak. From here there is a superb view of the city. It’s the highest point on Hong Kong Island and you can get a tram to the top if you don’t wish to walk. 

The largest island of Lantau is where you’ll find some of the most impressive Buddhist sites. Many people take the Ngong Ping Cable Car Tour from Tung Chung town centre, which calls at Po Lin Monastery and the nearby 34-metre Big Buddha statue. 

Hong Kong is surrounded by sea on three sides, so it’s no surprise to find many excellent seafood restaurants here. Some of the very best of these are located on Seafood Street in the town of Sai Kung. Many establishments here will allow you to select your fish from their tank!  There are also French, Italian, and Cantonese restaurants.

Of course, Hong Kong self-catering accommodation is the ultimate in convenience and flexibility. Either eat out in the city or stay in and cook in the fully-equipped kitchen that comes as standard in a Situ property.



By Air

Hong Kong International Airport is in the west of the Region, on a smaller island known as Chek Lap Kok, which is just off the coast of the territory’s largest island, Lantau. From the airport, it’s 22 miles to Kowloon and 24 miles to Victoria. There are direct flights to around 100 destinations worldwide.

By Rail

The largest railway station is West Kowloon Railway Station, which is the hub for most of the train services to China. Kowloon has a daily high-speed service to Beijing. This takes around nine hours, while the daily train to Shanghai takes approximately eight and a half hours. There are more than 50 trains per day for the 20-minute journey to Shenzen, and 30 departures on the hour-long trip to Guangzhou.

The Mass Transit Railway (MTR) has 12 lines serving more than 100 stations across the mainland, Hong Kong Island, and Lantau Island. Trains operate between 6am and 1am and run as frequently as every five minutes at peak times on some lines. The airport has its own MTR station to get you swiftly to downtown Kowloon or Victoria.

By Bus

A large, modern fleet of buses serves hundreds of destinations across almost all the territory. Services run every ten minutes, or more frequently, on some of the most popular routes.

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