Are you bored of typical run-of-the-mill hotels? When it comes to décor, certain hotels tend to lack a sense of personality in order to suit a wide range of audience, but a unique hotel experience can really make or break your stay. Whether you are planning a staycation or finding a trendy hotel for out of town friends, here are the top boutique hotels in Hong Kong that are bound not to disappoint!

The Jervois – Sheung Wan

Situated in the diverse and hip area of Sheung Wan, the Jervois brings chic living and sophistication to the neighbourhood. Featuring custom interiors and furnishings by French designer Christian Liaigre, hotel guests are guaranteed simplicity, elegance and comfort during their stay. After all, you really can’t go wrong with marble baths, leather bed frames and crisp white Italian sheets.

J Plus – Causeway Bay

As Hong Kong’s first ever boutique hotel, J Plus has had over 10 years of experience in entertaining local and overseas visitors. The boutique hotel is a perfect marriage of art and elegance – the moment you enter the hotel lobby, you are greeted with an array of funky and eclectic artwork. Even the building exterior is a masterpiece itself, as it features graffiti designs from several renowned artists.

Hotel East – Tai Koo Shing

Tai Koo Shing may not be the first place that comes to mind when staying in Hong Kong, but this predominantly residential neighbourhood has transformed into a hip and chic business district. Other than providing a stylish design by an award-winning Hong Kong-based architect and interior design studio, Hotel East strongly believes in providing a work-life balance for their hotel guests. After a hard day of work, hotel guests can choose to unwind and relax at the swanky rooftop bar, stylish café or well-equipped pool and gym facilities.

The Luxe Manor – Tsim Sha Tsui

Staying at the Luxe Manor is like stepping into a Salvador Dali painting – with a combination of surrealism, post-modernism, Asian and European décor, the hotel will provide a unique and unforgettable experience for hotel guests. If you want to unwind with a drink in hand and listen to smooth jazz tunes, head on over to Dada lounge and bask in the wonders of Salvador Dali, Andre Breton and Joan Miro.

Hotel Icon – Tsim Sha Tsui

Voted as TripAdvisor’s No. 2 hotel in Hong Kong, Hotel Icon provides a perfect blend of local culture and international style, while focusing heavily on green living and sustainability at the same time. If you want to enjoy an extravagant yet budget-friendly afternoon tea, head on over to the hotel’s Green cafe to enjoy a high-tea set and a stunning view of the indoor botanical garden.