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Regal Hongkong Hotel is located in the heart of Causeway Bay, Hong Kong's vibrant commercial and shopping district, and is adjacent to Victoria Park, SOGO and Times Square, three of Hong Kong’s most popular tourist attractions. The hotel is within a 5-minute walk of St. Paul's Hospital. Conveniently located near a major transportation hub, the hotel is only a 3-minute walk from the Causeway Bay MTR Station.

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Distance from the Hong Kong International Airport: 42km (40 minutes by car)
Distance from Central: 3km (15 minutes by car)
Distance from Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre: 1km (5 minutes by car)
Walking distance from Causeway Bay MTR Station (Exit F): 3 minutes


Driving Directions From Hong Kong International Airport

From Hong Kong International Airport drive across the Tsing Ma Bridge towards Kwai Chung, then on Western Kowloon Highway towards Tsim Sha Tsui’s Western Cross Harbour Tunnel. After the tunnel, drive towards Central, Wan Chai, then Causeway Bay where Elizabeth House is on your right and the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club / Noon Day Gun is on your left. Take the flyover on the left lane. Go straight ahead for another flyover after this. Take the first exit off this flyover on your left to reach Morton Terrace by turning right at ground level. Take a left turn to Causeway Road and then drive across Irving Street to arrive at Regal Hongkong Hotel.

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