A Wan Chai Hotel located on Hong Kong island, Cosmopolitan Hotel benefits from a superb location in the Causeway Bay area of Hong Kong and borders the Wan Chai business region. This Wan Chai Hotel is situated right at the centre of major shopping outlets and entertainment venues, and is also just across the road from the famous racecourse, the Hong Kong Jockey Club and opposite Queen Elizabeth Stadium. Nearby, Hong Kong Stadium holds international sporting events including Rugby Seven, and the Hong Kong Football Club is also close to the hotel. Strategically located on Hong Kong Island and served as a lovely base for exploring Hong Kong, Cosmopolitan Hotel is also within easy access of Golden Bauhinia Square, Stanley Market and The Peak.
The area surrounding the hotel is packed with countless restaurants, shopping centres, bars and clubs. Visitors can buy virtually anything from high fashion to electronic goods and home appliances. Just an eight-minute walk from the Cosmopolitan Hotel is Times Square mega shopping mall, one of Hong Kong’s largest and most prestigious shopping malls. For top, designer label fashions, head to nearby Lee Gardens. Alternatively, Sogo, the famous Japanese department store, sells a wide selection of enticing products from gifts to jewellery and stylish clothes. Hong Kong nightlife is exhilarating and Cosmopolitan Hotel has some of the city’s best bars and clubs on its doorstep in Wan Chai. So, make the most of your visit to Hong Kong and stay near all the action at the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Causeway Bay and Wan Chai.
There are numerous commercial complexes in the vicinity of the Cosmopolitan Hotel, including the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre where leading international trade fairs are held on a regular basis throughout the year.
The dynamic city of Hong Kong lies at the gateway of the Pearl River on the south-east coast of China. A diverse and sophisticated city, Hong Kong’s energy and unique fusion of cultures have made it a captivating and alluring tourist and business destination.
Hong Kong Island is located on the southern side of Victoria Harbour, just across from the Kowloon Peninsula. Hong Kong’s most vibrant districts, Wan Chai and Causeway Bay are packed with bustling streets offering a wealth of world-class shops, restaurants and an exciting nightlife. The island is also the heartland of Hong Kong’s commercial and financial activities, in particular, the districts of Central, Admiralty, Wan Chai and Causeway Bay.