Serviced Apartments Central Hong Kong

Top Serviced Apartments Central Hong Kong

Central or the Central District is Hong Kong’s CBD and lies within the Central and Western District on the northern shoreline of the Hong Kong Island. It is right across from Victoria Harbor and Tsim Sha Tsui, the southernmost tip of the Kowloon Peninsula.

It is an area which is home to multiple financial services entities and global corporations along with consulates of many nations. There is also Government Hill, the location for several headquarters of government agencies. Naturally, demand is high for serviced apartments in central Hong Kong owing to the prominent location. 

Top Serviced Apartments in Central Hong Kong for Stay

Every one of our serviced apartments in central Hong Kong will offer the best amenities for travelers. Enjoy using well equipped kitchens, free Wi-Fi connectivity and comfortable beds among other facilities. 

Where to Stay in Hong Kong Central 

There are several places to stay in Hong Kong Central including Arbuthnot Road, Aberdeen Street, Connaught Place, Chater Road, Elgin Street, Gage Street, Connaught Road Central and Hollywood Road among others. Explore our serviced apartments in Hong Kong to get the further information about the other neighborhood.

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Facts About Hong Kong Central 

The Chung Wan area or Central in English, was one of the Victoria City districts. The Central name gained prominence post the development of the MTR metro network in the 1980s. The connected Chater and Pedder stations were renamed as Central thereafter. 

Here are some interesting facts about Hong Kong Central: 

  • Central lies on Hong Kong Island’s northern shore. It is bordered by the Admiralty and Sheung Wan areas. 
  • The British landed on Sheung Wan Possession Point back in 1841 with the current-day Central zone selected for accommodating the administrative center and military facilities. 
  • The area drew Chinese and Western people who started settling and doing business here while the Canton Bazaar (the predecessor to Central Market) came up between Graham Street and Cochrane Street in 1842. 
  • Chinese residents were once limited to Sheung Wan with the core area being demarcated for Westerners. 
  • 1860-1880 saw the development of Theatre Royal, City Hall and other financial structures, making Central the hub of Hong Kong. 59 acres were added to its waterfront in 1904 under the Praya Reclamation Scheme. 
  • Central has seen numerous political movements over the years including the Occupy Central movement between 2011-2012 and Occupy Central with Love and Peace in September, 2014. 

Weather in Hong Kong Central

Hong Kong has a tough wet season which remains overcast and the dry season remains windy, comfortable and majorly clear. The temperatures usually vary between 57 and 89 degrees Fahrenheit. The best time to visit is between late October and late December for enjoying outdoor activities.

Culture And Shopping in Central

With shopping haven Causeway Bay just minutes away, those enjoying a corporate stay in Central Hong Kong will not be disappointed when it comes to shopping. Many people choose to find a luxury apartment or a short stay apartment in Central in order to explore the shops at Causeway Bay.

Although Central Hong Kong is a modern metropolis, there are also many traditional cultural attractions and markets. With plenty of heritage tours, classic markets and traditional architecture to explore – visitors will never get bored of the culture attractions in Central Hong Kong.

Getting Around in Central

Central Hong Kong has its own MTR station, connecting visitors to the eastern and western parts of the island in mere minutes. Additionally, the Central area provides excellent access to the ferry lines at Victoria Harbour, offering visitors transport across the harbour to the exciting Kowloon serviced apartments. For corporate housing, there is no more convenient area than Central Hong Kong – and those travelling for business will often find themselves within walking distance of the main offices and business hubs.

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