Top Hong Kong Serviced Apartments For Rent

Fully Furnished Apartments in Hong Kong

Our serviced apartments are awaiting you. With over 8,000 skyscrapers adorning Hong Kong and one of the finest tourist experiences ever offered, it sure has some of our most impressive furnished apartments. Our Hong Kong serviced apartments are ideal for long and short term stays in the city.

Most travellers agree that despite all the luxuries and variety that the city has, it is the right choice of accommodation that makes all the difference. TheSqua.re’s catalogue of best-serviced apartments in Hong Kong island offers are private tasteful spaces in the heart of the city. Each urban pad in all its glory has been curated with utmost effort and dedication to keep the premium living experience beyond everything else.

Top 10 Furnished Apartments in Hong Kong for Short or Long Term Stay

  1. Sheung Wan Residences
  2. Salisbury Road Apartments
  3. Junction Rd. Apartments
  4. Tai Mong Tsai Road Apartments
  5. Salisbury Rd. Apartments
  6. Connaught Road Apartments
  7. Morrison Hill Apartments
  8. Yik Yam Street Apartments
  9. Tai Tam Apartments
  10. Discovery Bay Apartments

If you are looking for furnished apartments, we have a range that is ideal for business or leisure. Short term rentals in Hong Kong are available if you are looking for a short stay. Each serviced apartment comes with all amenities included. From the most sophisticated business condos to abodes that make families feel right at home, TheSquare.re’s serviced apartments are just the right choice.

Benefits of Booking Serviced Apartments in Hong Kong

HK serviced apartments, with all their comforts are already leading the race to becoming the most preferred spaces for the modern global traveller. Who wouldn't choose home-like comforts and a welcoming ambience in a foreign city? The best part is that with the most stunning finishing and luxuries equally winning hearts, one doesn't miss living in a premium hotel. 

What are the benefits of furnished apartments in Hong Kong, then? It is the freedom from the burdens of finding a secure location, picking homes closer to MTR, and from the insecurity of cost transparency and potential hidden fees. It is also the completely furnished feature of each apartment that comes with a fully stocked kitchen, plus the cleaning team coming to the rescue.                 

Corporate Housing in Hong Kong

With the 7th-largest Stock Exchange and a per capita GDP of $58165, Hong Kong is one of the global leaders when it comes to financing. However, innumerable guests from around the globe express their love for TheSqua.re corporate housing in Hong Kong.

How come so many people have experienced living with us? It is the most thriving service sector here that brings guests to contribute to a whopping 92.7 per cent of Hong Kong's economy. Our dedicated team working tirelessly constantly keeps upgrading the quality of living that each Hong Kong corporate housing offers.

Business travellers can expect to enjoy the authentic serviced apartments in HK experience with us. From homes fully-equipped to facilitate work from home to locations surrounded by skyscrapers and transportation, TheSqua.re takes pride in offering the ideal stay. What makes it worth booking instantly is that business officials are never worrying again about missing their home food with the in-house ready-to-use kitchens.

Short term rentals in Hong Kong are, in other words, holiday rentals known in Hong Kong, as holiday apartments, or apartments for a short stay. You can book the apartment for one night or even for many months. Having an apartment makes sense here because this way you can enjoy the beauty of the city without any hassles in your mind. Business travellers prefer such apartments for stay. The benefit of staying in serviced apartments is the flat is ready with everything and you can stay right away.

At the same time, our Hong Kong apartments give you ample flexibility and oodles of space. Enjoy plush furnishings backed by all the necessary amenities and other appliances that you will require for a more convenient and memorable Hong Kong sojourn. Our Hong Kong apartments are also located close to major tourist landmarks, business centres and public transit facilities for maximum comfort. 

Holiday Apartments in Hong Kong Island

With Ocean Park and Disneyland awaiting families in the heart of Hong Kong Island, it is the warmly curated set of apartments that add a real vibe to the trip. All kinds of travellers love having a place to themselves with all the fancy amenities that make it feel like a vacation, while everyone low-key misses hot chocolate in bed. TheSqua.re’s holiday apartments in Hong Kong island come up with the finest blends of both these expectations that truly transform into temporary homes. 

A family that cooks their comfort cuisine together even on a vacation; eats it on a little dining or takes their dishes to eat on the balcony with a view, and still prefers to have their own space to unwind, TheSqua.re offers the perfect living experience to match up to these visuals. 

Where to Stay in HK (Hong Kong)

Hong Kong is home to modern skyscrapers, excellent dim sum, and a lot of rich history and culture. As far as living here is concerned, the layout of the city is very unique. Three major territories make up the larger city map, each comes with its unique properties and striking features. To get a bird's-eye view, Victoria Harbor divides the city into Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, and New Territories.

TST or Tsim Sha Tsui is the best option to consider for first-timers in HK. The Central District is the finest neighbourhood brushing with it. Ideal for family stays, the Causeway Bay apartment is another best choice to do justice to HK even on a short trip. Most guests prefer the Mong Kok neighbourhood for budget stays with lots of food variety. While picking the right location can be a huge challenge, TheSqua.re's serviced apartments on Hong Kong Island make it way clearer. 

Read More: Best Places to Stay in Hong Kong

Latest Covid-19 Situation In Hong Kong City

Hong Kong is dealing with the COVID-19 crisis strictly and it has paid off so far. Hong Kong has a zero-COVID blueprint as part of the Government’s measures to ward off Omicron from local citizens. From Christmas Eve itself, all travellers to Hong Kong, irrespective of their starting points, will have to provide negative COVID-19 tests carried out within 48 hours of boarding. 

Hong Kong coronavirus cases have been in the single digits with some bearing links to the Omicron mutation. At the same time, those visiting or coming from high-risk nations will be spending four days in isolation at the public quarantine facility of the Government, before being transferred to designated hotels for another 17 days in quarantine.

Any airline flying four COVID-19-positive people to Hong Kong within seven days will be barred from flying on this route for another two weeks. This has been mandated for curbing the spread of infections and community transmission. The Hong Kong airport remains de-congested as a result of these measures. 

As of January 2023, with the Covid cases now in control- Hong Kong has implemented measures to control the spread of COVID-19, such as mandatory mask-wearing and social distancing. However, there have been occasional outbreaks and spikes in cases. The Hong Kong government has implemented measures such as testing, quarantine, and social distancing to control the spread of the virus. 

However, there are still concerns related to Omicron since it has an incubation period of 2-3 days as per estimates. Lowering the window by 24 hours would help in this regard according to the Hong Kong authorities. Otherwise, Hong Kong is controlling the coronavirus situation successfully, owing to the proactive efforts and initiatives of the Government and authorities in all other fields. Local citizens have also been cooperating with the Government as part of this zero-COVID-19 policy. Moreover, Hong Kong has implemented a number of measures for international travelers to prevent the spread of COVID-19. These measures include:

  • Required negative COVID-19 test results from a recognized testing facility taken within 72 hours of departure.
  • Completing a health declaration form and a contact information form.
  • Undergoing a mandatory 14-day quarantine at a designated facility upon arrival in Hong Kong.

It is recommended that you check the official website of the Hong Kong Immigration Department for the most up-to-date information and guidelines for international travelers, as the situation is rapidly changing and protocols are subject to change.


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Facts About Hong Kong Island

Hong Kong is a city of skyscrapers. There are many country parks here. the meaning of Hong Kong is fragrant harbors. Hong Kong has escalators that are covered and one of them is the longest in the world.

The city of Hong Kong originated as a British Colony in the year 1842 which was later taken over in 1997 by China. What is most fascinating is that this gorgeous city is made of 263 islands. It is a fascinating city in China that attracts a lot of tourists every year. The name directly means Fragrant Harbor and it boasts of a whopping 1,092 sq. Km. of Island area. With so much to offer, the city welcomes over 40 million people every year and boasts the following exciting facts:

  • Hong Kong is home to the maximum number of skyscrapers across the globe. The number of buildings with over 14 stories goes up to an unbelievable 8k. 
  • Over 7.5 million people call Hong Kong their home which makes it one of the most populated cities in the world.
  • The Mong Kok district estimates 130,000 people within every sq km which makes it the most populated place on Earth.
  • It is now known as the Special Administrative Region of Hong Kong.
  • An exciting fact is that it has the most number of Rolls Royce per person in the world. 
  • It is home to the longest suspension bridge in the world, named Tsing Ma Bridge.

Cost of Living in Hong Kong

The cost of living in Hong Kong can vary depending on factors such as lifestyle and location. However, in general, it is considered to be quite high compared to many other cities. Here are some estimated costs for common expenses in Hong Kong:

  • Accommodation: Rent for a one-bedroom apartment in the city center can range from $2,500 - $6,000 HKD (Hong Kong dollars) per month.
  • Food: A meal at a mid-range restaurant can cost around $100 - $150 HKD.
  • Transportation: A monthly transportation pass can cost around $400 HKD.
  • Entertainment: Movie tickets can cost around $100 HKD.

It is worth noting that the cost of living in Hong Kong is one of the highest in the world, especially for accommodation. It is important to factor in these costs when planning a trip or relocation to Hong Kong. But please note that these are rough estimates, and the cost of living may vary depending on personal circumstances, location and other factors, and it could change over time.

Tips for Visiting Hong Kong City

You should carry an international debit card. Visas are given on arrival. You should complete pre-registration for the visa. You can enjoy a visa-free visit of 14 days.

While the city is quite welcoming, the language barrier and the density of the population often make it slightly inconvenient to explore. A heads up beforehand to make the most of Hong Kong City will be immensely valuable.

The top tips for visiting the city include:

  • The weather here is very humid most times of the year and the day. It would be an intelligent choice to pack light breezy clothes.
  • Hong Kong is noisy. It shouldn't be the first preference for travellers looking for a relaxing vacation. Or just some earplugs would do.
  • It takes over 20 minutes to get to Central Station from HKG Airport. The public Airport Train is the quickest mode to pick.
  • The island region has a lot of stairs. It isn't the fastest to walk in HK because of the up and down terrain. Consider taking the bridges. 
  • HKG dollars are issued by 3 different banks and the design therefore differs. They are all acceptable.
  • 8-9 am and even 5-6 pm are the peak rush hours of the metros used by over 5 million travellers every day. 

Things to Do in Hong Kong

You can do sightseeing in Hong Kong. There are wonderful beaches in Hong Kong. You can explore them. Nightlife here is very exciting. You can enjoy the nightlife here. If you like shopping, Hong Kong is one of the best places to go shopping for electronics gadgets, souvenirs, and so many other things.

When it comes to Hong Kong, many attractions will take up your spare time. It doesn’t matter whether it’s the galleries, parks, museums or even the shopping streets. Despite its small size, it certainly does deliver a huge experience that’s worth indulging in.

Here are a few answers to some of your biggest questions:

Q1. What are popular things to do in Hong Kong? 

You can do a junk boat ride in Hong Kong. It is a popular pastime in this city. You can enjoy a star ferry ride and enjoy your days and nights. You can visit Happy Valley in Hong Kong. It is quite a popular place here. A lot of tourists like being there and doing a lot of photography.

Q2. What are some free things to do in Hong Kong? 

You can visit the clock tower here which is an old structure in Hong Kong. If you like museums, you can go and watch the Hong Kong Museum of History in Kowloon. There is one Hong Kong Park central which is a popular spot You can visit this place and spend some time here.

Q3. Does Hong Kong have many romantic attractions? 

Po lin Monastery is a picturesque spot where you can stay for a few hours. It is one of the romantic places in Hong Kong. Victoria Peak is another attraction for you to spend some romantic moments. 

Q4. What are family-friendly things to do in Hong Kong? 

Hong Kong Disney Land is loved by families, especially the kids. You may visit Ocean Park in Hong Kong with your family. 

Q5. What are unusual things to do in Hong Kong? 

You may enjoy watching classic movies from Hong Kong. It will be one of the unusual things to do here. you should visit the bird market. There are hawkers selling bamboo cages and songbirds in this market. This fact is quite attractive and charming about this place.

Places to Visit in Hong Kong

You can enjoy visiting Big Buddha in Hong Kong. Victoria Harbor is another place of interest that you may have a look at. You can enjoy the Ngong Ping cable car ride which is pretty exciting. Disney Land is one of the biggest theme parks in the world. It is very popular among tourists, especially among kids.

With so much that the city has to offer, it is impossible to see it all on a short trip. If one has to pick a handful of best places that must not be missed.

Here are the top 7 tourist attractions near our apartments:

  1. Tsim Sha Tsui - This hub of entertainment and shopping is one of the melting pots of cultures and experiences in HK.
  2. Victoria Peak - Take a Peak Tram and head here to see the most stunning skyline view of the city. 
  3. Tai Long Wan - An ideal bunch of secluded beaches for couples, clustered in Sai Kung. Ham Tin Beach is the most maintained of them all.
  4. Temple Street - It is all about the colourful, culturally vibrant, and very dynamic side of Hong Kong. A must-visit for budget shopping. 
  5. Hong Kong Disneyland - The ultimate high-budget destination for couples and families with Mickey and Minnie awaiting the kids. 
  6. Ocean Park - One of the top tourist favourites with animal exhibitions, thrilling rides, and cute pandas to make the HK trip memorable.  
  7. Tai Kwun Centre for Heritage and Arts - With boutiques, restaurants, art museums, and exhibits, it is finally open after endless expensive renovations. 

Places to Eat in Hong Kong

Roganic restaurant is one place where you will enjoy the food. Ho Lee Fook restaurant is another famous eatery. You may like the food over here.

It is no secret that Hong Kong City is all about food. From snacks selling across the streets to iconic restaurants flooded by locals all the time, the city won't disappoint at any time of the day. An eating joint that is worthy of being the showstopper is the very popular Capital Cafe. A mix of Cantonese and Southern Chinese food makes the variety unbelievable. Most foodies get instantly attracted to the iconic dim sums when in the city. Maxim's Palace in City Hall serves exemplary dim sums and their Har Gow (shrimp dumplings) are a must-try. Another city favourite is Yung Kee Restaurant for Hong Kong's most famous roast meats, their goose and bbq pork are the best.

The city is quite laden with innumerable affordable spots as well. Without a doubt, Hong Kong Milk Tea (both hot and cold) is the best beverage that the city boasts of and Lan Fong Yuen happens to serve it best. Some pretty affordable Cantonese dishes are served in spots like Can-Teen, MX, and Cafe Coral on-the-go. For the authentic local food experience, choose any one Dai Pai Dong which are the umbrella street stalls laid out on Temple Street and Central District at night. 

To sum the culinary rollercoaster up, head to Honeymoon Dessert or any one of so many mango cafes spread across the city. Hiu Lau Shan is another excellent choice. The classic HK Mango Pudding is heavenly. 

Street Food in Hong Kong

If there are a bunch of dishes that represent the unique street food culture of Hong Kong, Curry Fish Balls, Spicy Crabs, and Stinky Pork/Tofu top the charts. With the most affordable options of snacks adorning the city streets, travellers are often delighted to experience such a unique variety. Skewer dishes seem to be the local favourite here; from pig intestines to octopus or cuttlefish, pork and tofu to Fish Balls, a lot of colourful and delicious snacks can be enjoyed on skewers on the go. Last but not least, one just cannot leave the city without tasting the sweet and gooey Eggettes. 

Shopping in Hong Kong

For shoppers, HK is nothing less than paradise. From high-end malls to low-end flea markets, there is so much for all budgets and tastes. Hong Kong is known for some of its most popular budget-friendly markets. Nathan Road near the Tsim Sha Tsui Station and the Mong Kok shopping streets are great ones to shop from. For shorter trips with room for barely one or two market options, Temple Street is the ultimate shopper’s heaven to prioritize while Cat Street and Jade Market are ideal for antiques and jewellery.

HK locals and tourists visiting here adore some of the best malls and local markets spread across the city, the top picks in the same order include:

  • IFC Mall or The International Financial Center (High-end)
  • Pacific Place
  • Temple Street Night Market (Must-visit)
  • Ladies Market in Kowloon
  • Goldfish Market, Tung Choi Street
  • Times Square, Causeway Bay
  • Jade Market
  • The Landmark
  • Cat Street

Transportation in Hong Kong

Take a taxi to the Central Station from HKG Airport and skip the time-taking train. When it comes to travelling around, Public Transport is the way to go. With the maddening traffic on the roads round the clock, the MTR (Subway) is hands down the most efficient shot. 

Buying an Octopus Card on entering the city is the most convenient option to consider. It gives free access to the city MTR which runs both Subways and double-decker local buses. Ding-Dings, the iconic HK trams are quite adored by locals as well.

Since the metro wins the show in HK City, the key subway stations near serviced apartments in Hong Kong Island here include:

  • Tsuen Wan Station
  • Tsim Sha Tsui Station
  • Central Station
  • Chai Wan Station
  • Sunny Bay Station
  • Kennedy Town Station
  • Disney Resort Station
  • Tiu Keng Leng Station

Weather in Hong Kong

Hong Kong has four seasons. Hong Kong has a sub-tropical climate. The spring is humid and the summer is hot and rainy. Autumn is very pleasant. Winter is quite cool but not bitterly.

Hong Kong enjoys a humid subtropical climate. While the winters are short and dry, January is the coldest month here (12-15 C). While both the Spring and Rainy seasons are hot, sunny autumn is the best time to explore. This makes October to March the best time to visit Hong Kong. 

Except for July being the hottest time of the year, and mid-January celebrating the Chinese New Year, the city welcomes tourists all year long. With the excellent serviced apartments in Hong Kong Island awaiting its esteemed guests, Hong Kong can be the ideal destination for a last-minute tropical vacation.