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Renaissance Hong Kong Harbour View Hotel

For the best BBQ pork in Hong Kong, look no further than our award-winning Dynasty Restaurant.

Saying you serve the best BBQ pork in Hong Kong is quite the claim, but try it in our award-winning Dynasty Restaurant and we’re sure you’ll agree! And that’s just one of the many treats you’ll find at the Renaissance Hong Kong Harbour View Hotel. State-of-the-art business facilities and a large, well-equipped fitness center with heated outdoor pool make this the ideal place both to work and relax, while our location next to the HKCEC means you won’t have to travel far for your meetings. Resident Navigator Prudence can also give you the lowdown on the best way to explore Victoria Harbour and the rest of this unique, fascinating city.

The amenities

  • Plush Bedding
  • Personal Navigator
  • JOYA NYC fragrance
  • Fitness Center
  • Heated Outdoor 50m Pool
  • Children's Outdoor Adventure Playground
  • Sauna
  • Valet Dry-Cleaning
Full hotel details

Our spin on a concierge, Renaissance Hotels Navigators are local experts who have been hand-picked to help you find what the guidebooks can't tell you.

Prudence Cheng's top finds

Kam’s Roast Goose

Kam’s Roast Goose specializes in Chinese roasted meat.
Kam’s Roast Goose is known for the roasted meats made using traditional family recipes. After the highly-seasoned meats are roasted in a rotisserie oven, they are hung inside the restaurant and visible from the street. The restaurant serves up delicious meals that is also a feast for the eyes!
Address:226 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai, The Peak, Hong Kong
phone:+852 2520 1110

American Peking Restaurant

This institution has served classic Beijing cuisine for over 50 years. Be sure to try their famous Peking duck.
This restaurant is the best place to have a delicious Beijing-style meal with old-world charm and warm hospitality. The traditional decor is simple, leaving the focus on the food - generous portions of hearty favorites served up family style. Standouts on the menu include Beggar's Chicken and Dough Pockets Filled with Crisp-fried Sesame Beef and Sizzling Szechuan Prawns.
Address:20 Lockhart Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong
phone:+852 2527 1000
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Wooloomooloo Wanchai

Rooftop bar makes for a great venue for after-work drinks. Bring your binoculars on racing nights for a sneak preview.
This intimate steakhouse and bar is an ideal place to come for a date or for a scintillating view of the city. The exclusive roof top bar can only be accessed by dinner guests or for private functions. Bring your binoculars on racing nights for a sneak preview.
Address:256 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
phone:+852 2893 6960

Stanley Market

Find everything you are looking for at this charming market, from purses and apparel to books and souvenirs.
You can easily procure gifts for the whole family or even discover a special treat just for yourself at the collection of small shops. The shops here sell a vast variety of local products, from purses and apparel to souvenirs.
Address:Stanley Main Street, Stanley, Hong Kong
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Koh Thai

Miniature stone of Buddhas on stairs guide guests go into Koh Thai, a contemporary Thai restaurant.
While the menu provides scrumptious meat with exquisite vegetable options, it is good to be adventurous at Koh Thai. Try the Slow-Roasted Pork Ribs and Tamarind Chilli Jam with Tom Yum Kung to savor the real taste of Thai food.
Address:60 Johnston Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong
phone:+852 3160 8535

Art One

Be sure to visit the largest fine arts gallery in Hong Kong, and maybe you can buy your favorites art pieces there.
Art One is conveniently located in Convention Plaza, a short walk away from the convention center and the nearby Renaissance Hotel. A one-of-a-kind fine arts space that contains many galleries, the collection at Art One reflects some of the finest contemporary and fine art as well as sculptures and installations from up-and-coming talents.
Address:M/F, Convention Plaza, Wanchai, Hong Kong
phone:+852 2131 6120

Ding Ding Trams

Enjoy the moving theater of the scenery & the street scene on the tram that is called “Ding Ding“ by locals.
This is world's largest fleet of double-deck tramcars, and they have been in operation since 1904. It is the most economical & environmentally friendly mode of transportation in Hong Kong. The trams are called “Ding Ding“ by locals due to the sound of their bells.
Address:111 Johnston Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong
phone:+852 2548 7102
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Wanchai Heritage Trail

See how one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city has been transformed into a shopping hotspot.
This 3 km trail features 15 historically and culturally significant sights along the way. Wan Chai is one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city, and along the trail you'll see several sites that have helped shape the modern city you see today. Stop and look at the Wan Chai Market, built in 1937, or the Pak Tai Temple that features Chinese carvings in wood and stone.
Address:Mallory Street, Wanchai, Hong Kong
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Hooray Bar

Hooray Bar boasts a spacious alfresco dining area, with a spectacular terrace that overlooks Victoria Harbour.
The elegant wood furniture on the 180-seat terrace is surrounded by luscious foliage, creating a relaxing respite from the bustling city below. The drink menu provides a selection of cocktails, draught beers and healthy mocktails, making Hooray a great spot to luxuriate in a chic evening gathering.
Address:280 Gloucester Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
phone:+852 2895 0885

Koon Wah Provision

For traditional souvenirs from your Hong Kong visit like beef cubes, dried fruits, and coconut candy are great bet.
Launched in 1959, Koon Wah features over 1,000 varieties of traditional snacks and specialties. If you are looking for traditional souvenirs during your Hong Kong visit, spicy beef cubes, coconut candy, and dried fruits like preserved kumquats are great bet.
Address:187 Hennessy Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong
phone:+852 2598 0286

Mott 32

Modern, yet with its roots ground deep in heritage, this Chinese restaurant offers patrons farm-to-table dining.
Mott 32 is named after the first Chinese grocery store in New York, which eventually led to the formation of Chinatown. As the origin of its name suggests, this restaurant has a traditional Chinese design and offers traditional cuisines. Much attention is paid to ensuring that all ingredients are fresh and the food is prepared using age-old traditions.
Address:4 Des Voeux Road, Central, Hong Kong
phone:+852 2885 8688

Wing Wah Noodle

Taste traditional noodles made from bamboo and accompanied by all sorts of savory meats at this Wanchai staple.
Visitors coming to this homey establishment can try delicious noodles while watching chefs preparing the noodles made at Wing Wah Noodle Shop. Of particular interest are their bamboo noodles, which are made by hand from bamboo sticks. Although the decor is nothing fancy, the delicious traditional Cantonese cuisine more than makes up for it.
Address:89 Hennessy Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong
phone:+852 2527 7476
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Comix Home Base

See creative and vibrant collections of comics at this center. You can even bring your favorite piece home.
As a major producer of comics, Hong Kong also is home to Comix Home Base. Their artists and designers create comics and hold special events related to the art. Visitors can learn about comics and admire the architecture of the historic building.
Address:7 Mallory Street, Wanchai, Hong Kong
phone:+852 2824 5303

Sang Kee

Sang Kee is a local Cantonese restaurant serving seafood and traditional stir-fried dishes.
Sang Kee has been a local hot spot in Wanchai for 40 years. It is known for its fresh ingredients selected and purchased daily by the owner. The chefs prepare each dish with traditional cooking techniques and always strive for perfection. Every dish is made with the spirit and pride of this venerated restaurant.
Address:107-115 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai
phone:+852 2575 2236
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Dragon’s Back

Dragon’s Back is a popular escape which deservedly gets regular mentions in travel guidebooks.
With beautiful coastal scenery and easy-accessibility from the city, Dragon’s Back is a famous hiking trail named for its undulating spinal ridge. On the ridge you can enjoy spectacular views of Stanley Peninsula, the South China Sea and Tai Long Wan. At the foot of the Dragon's Back is the popular village Shek O with its sandy beaches and alfresco restaurants.
Address:Dragon’s Back, Shek O, Hong Kong
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Matsubishi

Renowned Japanese restaurant with lively teppanyaki and selection of sushi. You must try their goose liver or ox tongue.
The decor at Mitsubishi is timeless and the food is unforgettable. The moment you step into this upscale restaurant, you are greeted to traditional origami-based Japanese art. The walls and tables are made of a sleek oak wood, and the lighting is dim to create an intimate setting. The menu is spectacular, with an assortment of sushi and sashimi.
Address:3/F Convention Plaza Wanchai, Hong Kong
phone:+852 2824 1298

PostShop

The PostShop has a bevy of authentic, commemorative collectibles for you to choose from.
If you would like to find souvenirs from your trip to Hong Kong, the PostShop is the place to visit. Check out their selection of tote bags, key chains, mugs, watches, makeup bags, card holders, games, and more.
Address:22 Johnston Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong
phone:+852 2528 0711

Sevva

Amazing views of HK's famous skyscrapers and expertly prepared cocktails can be enjoyed at this popular rooftop bar.
Enjoy great cocktails and breathtaking views at the rooftop Sevva. Relax at the vertical garden at The Lounge, take in the florid decor of Harbourside and look at amazing views from The Terrace. Sevva is the place to see and be seen in Hong Kong.
Address:10 Chater Road, Central, Hong Kong
phone:+852 2537 1388

The HK Observation Wheel

Enjoy the view of Victoria Harbour and the sprawl of Hong Kong's downtown area on the Hong Kong Observation Wheel.
The 60-meter tall HK Observation Wheel is an impressive structure. Visitors can visually experience pristine panoramas high above the city. The ride takes about 20 minutes to finish and is perfect for all ages.
Address:33 Man Kwong Street, Central, Hong Kong
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Ying Kee Tea House

Established in 1881, Ying Kee sells some of the finest teas from different Chinese regions.
Established in 1881, this tea house serves only the best of brews, and only the finest teas are selected here. It has a tea-making process demonstrated by experienced tea masters. Visit and enjoy the various teas they offer to refresh your mind.
Address:170 Johnston Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
phone:+852 2573 2123

Pirata

With its sky-high views, handcrafted cocktails and handmade pasta, Pirata provides top-notch Italian cuisine.
This restaurant brings some international influences into a beautiful space with stunning views of Victoria Harbor. The menu is special due to the handmade nature of the cuisine, including classic pasta dishes made on request using the in-house pasta that is homemade daily. An extensive beverage list of the best vermouth is also offered.
Address:30/F, 239 Hennessy Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong
phone:+852 2887 0270

Art Projects Gallery

Discover new artists at this trendy gallery. Exhibits always offer something new and exciting.
Art Projects Gallery is a cutting edge space in Hong Kong's Central area whose mission is to showcase emerging and already established artists in the surrounding metropolitan area. The gallery feature a constantly changing selection of contemporary art pieces, as well as curates specific artwork for high end clients. If you can't afford to order your own piece, take some time perusing a gallery of talented up and comers. 
Address:35 Aberdeen Street, Hong Kong
phone:+852 3485 5336

Jenny’s Bakery

This bakery offers a delicious selection of baked goods that are sure to make your mouth water.
Jenny's Bakery is a well-known and beloved cookie shop that is frequented by both locals and visitors, which means you might have to stand in line to get your cookie fix. However, Jenny's cookies are completely worth is. Some of her most popular sweets are her butter cookies, mixed nut cookies, and coffee butter cookies.
Address:15 Wing Wo Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
phone:+852 2524 1988

Little L.A.B.

Mixologists at Little L.A.B. craft cocktails will whip up drinks to delight your tastebuds.
Little L.A.B.'s name may come off as cheeky affectation, but it speaks to the deeper ethos of this inventive temple of craft cocktails. The galley-style bar is fairly small, so arrive early to make the most of your experience. A range of inventive cocktails comprising entirely innovative creations or craft interpretations of the classics could take several visits to get through. Try out the East Old Fashioned, a take on the classic Western version but sweetened with jujube sugar and garnished with a tangerine peel.
Address:48-50 Staunton Street, Central, Hong Kong
phone:+852 2858 8580
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Jade Market

A precious stone believed to bring good luck and ward off evil - and you can purchase one here!
Invest in good-quality jade at this market. A precious stone is seen to bring good luck & wards off evil to the Chinese, which is related to Chinese zodiac sign & the Chinese calendar. There are also a plethora of trinkets, housewares & clothing at low prices.
Address:Yau Ma Tei, Hong Kong
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The Pawn

Situated in the old Pawn Shop, a historic building built in 1888, this hip bar offers cocktails with unique twists.
The Pawn is a gastropub that is housed in a heritage structure dating back to 1888. The building is home to the Woo Cheong Pawn House, which this establishment is named after. The Pawn occupies three floors and offers a bar, lounge, and a restaurant space. The hip and chic venue has high ceilings and an open-air balcony.
Address:62 Johnston Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong
phone:+852 2866 3444

Hollywood Road

Hollywood Road is filled with antique shops and art galleries.
Antique and art lovers should stop by Hollywood Road. There are a number of antique shops and art galleries, as well as shops selling designer clothes, tea, and souvenirs. When you get tired, stop by the one of the area's many restaurants for a bite to eat.
Address:Hollywood Road, Hong Kong
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Tai Yuen Street Market

Tai Yuen Street is also known as ’Toy Street’, an open grocery market in Wan Chai area.
Tai Yuen Street has been open for more than half decade. It is an open grocery market for locals. You can find a series of toys and models there. Some stalls sell aquarium supplies, flowers, clothing and even groceries, as well as all kinds of wet and dry goods. You are sure to discover something interesting during your time at the market.
Address:1 Tai Yuen Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
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Cé La Vi Sky Bar

One of the most iconic rooftop bars commands breath-taking views of the Hong Kong skyline.
Cé La Vi Sky Bar is situated at the top of the newly rebuilt California Tower in Lan Kwai Fong. It occupies a commanding spot that offers breath-taking panoramic views of the capital's stellar cityscape. With seductive beats and soul-stirring cocktails in hand, you can lounge by the Jacuzzi or take an ethereal dip in the pool and enjoy the ultimate relaxing experience.
Address:30-32 D’Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong
phone:+852 3700 2300

Honolulu Coffee Shop

Honolulu Coffee Shop is a local ‘cha chaan teng’ which provides a variety of Hong Kong-style food.
‘Cha chaan teng’, or serving Canton-Western cuisine, was originated in the 1950s in Hong Kong when local people were influenced by Western culture. This coffee shop serves local-style egg tarts, coffee, milk tea, pineapple buns and chicken pies, as well as a variety of other treats.
Address:176-178 Hennessy Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong
phone:+852 2575 1823

Lock Cha Tea House

Enjoy a selection of Chinese teas at this revived traditional canton-style teahouse.
The Lock Cha Tea House is an elegant place to serve Chinese tea in the downtown of Hong Kong. Whether or not you are a tea lover, you will be captivated by its soothing atmosphere and cultured environment. It provides a selection of more than a hundred teas but also vegetarian dim sum and Chinese style desserts that are freshly made everyday.
Address:G/F, K.S. Lo Gallery, Admiralty, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
phone:+852 2801 7177

PMQ

PMQ is a creative hub for local design talents and a place for visitors to experience the creative lifestyle.
PMQ is the former Police Married Quarters built in 1951. Here visitors will find government housing that has been converted into galleries, studios and living spaces for the artistic community that now inhabits it. You will be blown away by the unique designs on display in this unique complex.
Address:No.35 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong
phone:+852 2870 2335
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Address: 1 Harbour Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong, China
Phone: +852 2802 8888
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Address: 1 Harbour Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong, China
Phone: +852 2802 8888
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Address: 1 Harbour Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong, China
Phone: +852 2802 8888
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Any plan for the weekend? Dare to challenge our monstrous Raging Bull Burger with an 800g beef patty? If you can finish this HK$666 combo in 40 minutes, it’s on us!Happy Friday! Any plan for the weekend? Dare to challenge our monstrous Raging Bull Burger with an 800g beef patty? If you can finish this HK$666 combo in 40 minutes, it’s on us!

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Address: 1 Harbour Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong, China
Phone: +852 2802 8888