Guest friendly hotels Hong Kong (girl friendly)

Discussion in 'NightLife Asia' started by JasonX, Aug 6, 2013.

  1. JasonX

    JasonX New Member

    I've noticed an increasing interest on the subject of Hong Kong's guest friendly hotels.
    Kowloon is not just an ideal area to go around to find massage parlors. There are many restaurants and nightlife options in the area to explore by foot as well. Matter of fact a some hotels in Kowloon double as massage dens.
    Hong Kong also has a proliferate escort service industry. All you need to do is open up the phone book in your hotel room an look under the ‘Entertainment’ listings. And of course you can find Hong Kong escort services online. There are also freelance prostitutes mainly working in bars, pubs and nightclubs. The working girls usually approach men who are obviously not locals, asking if a short time girlfriend is needed. Some you can find standing outside of nightlife venues wearing revealing outfits making it easier to differentiate between non-working Hong Kong girls.

    Usually I know where I'm going to stay and that's in the Kimberley Hotel, on the Kowloon side of HK in the Tsim Tsa Tsui district. I stated in my last post it's where many high end prostitutes found in sex141's directory stay at.

    A standard room at the Kimberley run about 250 USD so for that I typically book through Agoda.com which I can get a room for about 190 USD (as of writing for April 2013 travel).
     
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  3. JasonX

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  4. JasonX

    JasonX New Member

    Some guest friendly hotels Hong Kong:

    Hotel MK about 120$
    This hotel is located between Mongkok and Yau Ma Tei district and if you walk around late at nights you will find many massage dens open for business.


    Largos Hotel about 140$
    Very clean and well maintained hotel in busy Mongkok district near the equally busy intersection of Jordan and Nathan road.

    Novotel Nathan Road Kowloon Hotel about 210$
    The Novotel is a brand name well known for guest friendly hotels all around the world, and especially on this side of Kowloon, Hong Kong.
     
  5. Patrick99

    Patrick99 New Member

    A frequently asked question about Hong Kong is the dining options. I have included some information here for general reference.



    1) Fine Dining- Most fine dining in Hong Kong can be found in 4 star to 5 star hotels such as Peninsula, Grand Hyatt Hotel, Island Shangri-la,Langham Place, Langham Hotel, Marco Polo Hong Kong Hotel, Sheraton, Intercontinental, New World Renaissance Hotel (Tsim Sha Tsui and Wan Chai).



    ( There are many places for fine dining in Tsim Sha Tsui, Central (soho), Causeway Bay as well.)



    2) Family Dining- For those with young children. We have American style restaurants like Dan Ryan's, Ruby Tuesday, Hard Rock Cafe. McDonalds, KFC, Yoshinoya are everywhere as well. There are also many good food courts around.



    3) Cheap eats- Mongkok area, around Ladie's market. Lots of street eateries, but as a tourist, I would be very careful in experimenting these foods, try if you have a good travelling/tourist stomach.



    4) Dim Sum is a must try in Hong Kong. There are many restaurnants to try authentic dim sum. Prices ranges from $ 8.00 a dish to $ 50 a dish depending on what type of restaurant, and what time of day you dine.



    5) Seafood- Lei Yu Mun, and Sai Kung are two popular areas for fresh seafood. Many restaurants of course also serve delicious seafood as well.




    The prices for food/dining ranges widely in Hong Kong, it all depends what you want to eat, where you want to eat, and what time of day you want to eat. Many restaurants offer "tea time" specials afer 2:00pm, so many locals wait until this time to eat their lunch !
     
  6. Emanuelle Smith

    Emanuelle Smith New Member

    Hi think you should try Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, JW Marriott Hotel and Conrad Hong Kong it is best choice for you. if you are looking also travel companion then hire to Platinum Moldels.
     

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