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Empire Hotel Causeway Bay

Hong Kong, China


Luxurious Comfort Meets Asian Hospitality

L.E. Hotels

Outstanding customer service, comfort, and convenience make the Empire Hotel Causeway Bay a haven for business and leisure travelers. We provide guests with state-of the-art spa facilities, a full-service business center, and a 24-hour fitness center. Empire’s Kitchen serves up excellent international cuisine, our hotel is steps away from the business district, an MTR station, major attractions, and shopping. We are proud to have been awarded the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence for 2012-2013.

    • Address

    • 8 Wing Hing Street,
      Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
    • Space

    • 280 rooms and suites
    • Dining

    • Empire‚Äôs Kitchen and room service available
    • Amenities

    • - Adapters/converters
      - 24-hour front desk
      - Free Wi-Fi
      - 24-hour fitness center
    • ADA Amenities

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Contemporary Chic in Causeway Bay


Stunning views, Lifestyle Rooms, and an abundance of thoughtful amenities make the Empire Hotel Causeway Bay one of the most luxurious and comfortable places to stay in Hong Kong. Guests staying in an Empire Club Room also have access to the Empire Club Lounge, an exclusive space equipped with a full range of business-minded features.

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Crush It at the Causeway Meetings


  • Broadband access
  • Free refreshments
  • Computer/iPad on request
  • Currency exchange
  • Secretarial services (fee)
  • Airport shuttle (fee)

Stay and Save


The hotel’s “Stay and Save” package features special savings of 10% when you book two nights or more, plus free unlimited use of a mobile Wi-Fi device allowing unlimited 3G mobile internet access to stay connected while on-the-go. Refundable deposit required at time of booking. Taxes and fees included.


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Things to do

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Ocean Park Hong Kong

Ride rollercoasters, meet giant pandas, and more at Hong Kong’s largest amusement park.

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Golden Bauhinia Square

Arrive by 8:00 a.m. to view the daily flag-raising ceremony.

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The Big Buddha (Tian Tan Buddha Statue)

Perched atop Lantau Island’s Po Lin monastery, this 35-meter-high statue is thought to be the largest free-standing figure of its kind.

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Ladies' Market

A haven for fashionistas, this one-kilometer stretch of Tung Choi Street is home to over 100 stalls of handbags, accessories, and women’s clothing.

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Victoria Peak, (aka the Peak)

A magnificent view rewards those who travel to the highest point in Hong Kong — we recommend taking the Peak Tram to the top.