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12 hours in Hong Kong

12 hours in Hong Kong

  1. JMM

    Flying in around 11pm and leaving 12 hours later. Should I just stay at one of the hotels at the airport and if so which one?
    THANKS

  2. Alvin | YTHK

    Which airline and which class? Here are a few guidelines:

    [LIST=1]
    [*]While the QF lounge is my preferred lounge, it’s closed during nights. The Bridge would be a good place to camp out if it’s open, if it’s not, it’s not
    [*]The Singapore SilverKris lounge should be open all day, and it’s stunning ([URL=’https://youngtravelershongkong.wordpress.com/2015/04/12/review-weekend-with-the-mosquitoes-singapore-airlines-silverkris-business-class-lounge-hong-kong/’]my review here[/URL])
    [*]There’s a new SkyTeam lounge, but I don’t know anyone who has visited, and I don’t know the opening times
    [*]There are sleeping rooms at Plaza Premium lounges.
    [*]The Regal Airport hotel is directly connected to the airport, and is the best hotel choice ([URL=’http://onemileatatime.boardingarea.com/2015/06/21/review-regal-airport-hotel-hong-kong/’]Lucky’s review here[/URL])
    [*]The Marriott would be better for longer stays, but if you don’t mind the short travel time, it works (it’s more luxurious, but it costs more – [URL=’http://onemileatatime.boardingarea.com/2009/03/24/oneworld-asian-adventure-part-nine-stay-at-the-marriott-skycity-hong-kong/’]Lucky’s review here[/URL])
    [/LIST]

  3. JMM

    [QUOTE=”Alvin | YTHK, post: 8786, member: 26″]Which airline and which class? Here are a few guidelines:

    [LIST=1]
    [*]While the QF lounge is my preferred lounge, it’s closed during nights. The Bridge would be a good place to camp out if it’s open, if it’s not, it’s not
    [*]The Singapore SilverKris lounge should be open all day, and it’s stunning ([URL=’https://youngtravelershongkong.wordpress.com/2015/04/12/review-weekend-with-the-mosquitoes-singapore-airlines-silverkris-business-class-lounge-hong-kong/’]my review here[/URL])
    [*]There’s a new SkyTeam lounge, but I don’t know anyone who has visited, and I don’t know the opening times
    [*]There are sleeping rooms at Plaza Premium lounges.
    [*]The Regal Airport hotel is directly connected to the airport, and is the best hotel choice ([URL=’http://onemileatatime.boardingarea.com/2015/06/21/review-regal-airport-hotel-hong-kong/’]Lucky’s review here[/URL])
    [*]The Marriott would be better for longer stays, but if you don’t mind the short travel time, it works (it’s more luxurious, but it costs more – [URL=’http://onemileatatime.boardingarea.com/2009/03/24/oneworld-asian-adventure-part-nine-stay-at-the-marriott-skycity-hong-kong/’]Lucky’s review here[/URL])
    [/LIST]
    [/QUOTE]
    Thanks for all this info . I’m arv on CX J class and connecting to CX J hoping to snag a F seat 🙂
    I also have Priority Pass Select so I should be able to access Plaza Premium lounges.
    I get in a 11pm and leave at 11am.

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