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Localiiz Property Picks: Cheap serviced apartments in Hong Kong

By Jenny Leung 30 April 2019

If you’re looking for a temporary living arrangement in Hong Kong with no long-term commitment, then serviced apartments are the way to go. The price tag that comes with them, however, might leave you slurping cup noodles for the next month or so. But fear not, as we’ve done the legwork to find you the best, and of course, cheapest serviced apartments for those who are on a budget.


Apple Dorm

  • $3,500–$4,200
  • 30–50 square feet
  • Free Wi-Fi, pantry, toilets, shared shower facilities, coin-operated washing and drying machine

Yup, 30 square feet. This place is as cheap as it gets. If you’re not claustrophobic, then Apple Dorms might be a perfect fit for you. Mind you, there’s probably not going to be much space to fit a lot of luggage so make sure you pack light.

Apple Dorm, locations vary

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In Inn

  • $6,900–$8,900 per month
  • 9–13 square metres
  • HD TV, free in-room Wi-Fi, free local calls, weekly housekeeping, free shampoo and shower gel, shared microwave and refrigerator

The rooms at In Inn might be a tight fit, but their chic and modern interiors definitely make up for it. Located in Tsim Sha Shui, the Inn is only a three-minute walk to the MTR station so crossing the harbour will never be a problem, and if you’re new to Hong Kong, its common area is a great place for you to mingle and get to know some new people.

In Inn, locations vary


The Harmonium

  • From $9,500 per month
  • 100–200 square feet
  • Fully-equipped kitchen, weekly cleaning services, wireless and unlimited broadband internet, TV

Okay, so some of these apartments are actually more in the range of under $15,000, but for a relatively spacious pad that’s located in areas such as Wan Chai, Soho, and Causeway Bay, it’s a true bargain. Every apartment is also conveniently located so that you never have to worry about transportation, food, or even your social life.

The Harmonium, locations vary

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Ideal Suite

  • $7,500–$15,000
  • 100–150 square feet
  • Housekeeping service twice a week, TV, wireless broadband internet, private telephone line, cooker, mini-fridge, and microwave

Ideal Suite has accommodations across Tin Hau, Causeway Bay, and Fortress Hill, but its Chic Suite range is what you should be looking for if you’re on a budget. Fully furnished with all the basic essentials provided, it’s certainly on point with providing value for money.

Ideal Suite, locations vary


Homey Serviced Apartment

  • $5,500–$11,000
  • 70–180 square feet
  • Weekly cleaning service, TV, wireless broadband internet

A homey serviced apartment is exactly what these guys are selling—straightforward accommodation providing you with nothing but a comfortable living environment that will make you feel at home. If you happen to work on Hong Kong Island, it might even save you a bit of dough on travelling costs.

Homey, locations vary

Studio Studio

  • $5,000–$12,000
  • 100–280 square feet
  • Weekly cleaning service, wireless and unlimited broadband internet, all utilities are inclusive

Don’t worry, we haven’t forgotten about the budget range, but we simply must include Studio Studio in this list. Convenient location? Check. Standard amenities? Check. Affordable prices? Check. Best of all, its apartments have a range of different styles catering to your preference, so whether you’re looking for a stylishly minimal studio, a warm cosy home, or even a place with a balcony, they have it all.

Studio Studio, locations vary

Originally published on April 30, 2019, by Jenny Leung. Last updated on November 21, 2019, by Jen Paolini.

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Jenny Leung

Senior editor

Born in Hong Kong and raised in the UK, Jenny grew up with the best of both worlds. She loves just about anything to do with music and doesn’t shy away from belting out a tune or two when it comes to karaoke. If she’s not out and about exploring the city and practising her photography skills, she’s probably tucked up in bed with a book or glued to her laptop doing her online shopping.