The first of the three hotels that are properly based at the airport, the Regal is a classy, upmarket affair. All rooms are sound-proofed by double-glazed windows, meaning you’ll still get a decent night’s sleep despite the nearby air traffic. There’s both an indoor and outdoor pool, a Thai-style spa, and a fitness centre. The Rouge and Dragon Inn does traditional Chinese cuisine, while Cafe Aficionado does more international dishes. A good choice if you want all your creature comforts laid out for you.
A busy, thriving megacity, Hong Kong attracts millions of visitors a year with its wealth of brilliant attractions and incredible things to do. Its role as one of the most prominent financial hubs attracts a largely business class of incoming visitors – but the city also brings in lots of tourists, too. And since the introduction of the Individual Visit Scheme in 2003, there has been a spike in visitors from mainland China too. But wherever you’re coming from and for whatever reason, if you find you find yourself flying in and out of Hong Kong International, you might want to book some airport accomodation. Here’s our list of the best – take a look, get booking and ready yourself for an incredible city stay.