Treat and pamper yourself with our Hong Kong accommodation package, including private chauffeured transportation to and from HKG Airport.
Rates from $895/wk. 4 br/ 2 ba, sleeps maximum 8. Pay and Book ONLINE.
You will get a wow-feeling the moment you step foot into this Gold Coast Resort Hong Kong apartment rental - the most beautiful Hong Kong flat in a resort setting.
This Hong Kong apartment rental features unobstructed South China sea views in every room. On-site resort facility including Olympic size swimming pool, whirlpool, and children's pool.
Stay just a night, week, month, season, year, or even longer, and you will get a “Wow” feeling the moment you step foot into Resort Apartment … the most beautiful Hong Kong apartment rental in a resort setting. Rates for this luxury Hong Kong accommodation are as low as $127.85 USD per night.
Treat and pamper yourself with our Hong Kong accommodation package, which includes private chauffeured transportation service to and from HKG Airport.
There is an unobstructed South China Sea View in every room of this Hong Kong apartment rental. On-site resort facility including Olympic size swimming pool, whirlpool, children’s pool, (pools open between April and October only) BBQ area, tennis court, gym, reading room, children play room, squash/ racquet ball/ ping pong court. Ongoing “Wow” feeling.
Our Hong Kong accommodation package is the best value available for single destination vacation planners. We guarantee our service will give you the most pleasing and refreshing experience in Asia’s World City. It is time for you and your family to experience one week of your life in Hong Kong. After a week in Hong Kong and reflecting on the value and service received, we promise that you will say “Wow” again.
All major credit cards, personal check, bank wire, and Paypal accepted.
Rate includes all taxes, and fees. Save additional 5% for return guest and another 5% for payment made in full with booking.
The Hong Kong vacation rental unit offers luxurious living in a 1264 square feet private home with 4 bedrooms, including a Master Bedroom and Master Bath, extra full bath, living room, dining room, with a combined office area equipped with a computer terminal, wireless broadband internet, fax machine, and printer, a full sized kitchen with all cooking and dining essentials, and phones in each room, with free local and IDD calls.
An eleven stories residential complex, this Hong Kong apartment rental is on the 8th floor, and is a corner unit, with 270 degrees of sea view. English is widely spoken in this community and in Hong Kong.
Major Shopping Area for grocery and everyday convenience is 3 KM away from this Hong Kong apartment rental in Gold Coast Plaza, or groceries can be ordered online or by phone for free home delivery. Taxi and resident shuttle available in the lobby for your transportation convenience.
Rental Property Ammenities
- Bunk beds (1)
- Double beds (2)
- Queen beds (1)
- Dining seating for 6
- Sleeps maximum of 8
- Air conditioning (5)
- TV (2)
- Clock radio
- Telephone (5)
- Coffee Maker
- Iron and Iron board
- Hair dryer
- Clothes washer
- Rice Cooker
- Cooktops & Oven
- Refrigerator and Freezer
- Shared outdoor pool (unheated)
- Pool opens from April to October only
- Shared tennis court on site
- Children's playground
- Putting green.
- Toiletries and Papers provided.
- Jacuzzi / Hot tub
- Wifi with Desktop Computer
- DVD player
- Surround sound system.
About the Area:
The Hong Kong / Hong Kong Island region:
Hong Kong has firmly established an image as a metropolitan powerhouse. Though renowned as a bustling port, a behemoth of business and a mecca for rabid shoppers, Hong Kong offers alluring rustic destinations outside its urban core.
On the peninsula across Victoria Bay from the island of Hong Kong, skyscrapers give way to lush, hilly farmland and peaceful fishing villages in the New Territories. Bordering mainland China, the area is known as "the land between," a name that depicts its history and character, as much as its geography.
Retreat from the city
Although one-third of Hong Kong's population lives in spiffy, planned communities springing up in the New Territories, the area provides many opportunities for respite from urban sprawl. For about $36 (U.S.), the Hong Kong Tourist Association offers a day-long bus tour that offers a glimpse of the New Territories' scenic beauty.
Perhaps nowhere does the hyperkinetic pace of city life seem further away than in the quiet temples that dot the countryside. The Buddhist and Taoist traditions of Hong Kong's ethnic Chinese majority are rooted deeply in rural areas. At temples, the air is thick with the fragrance of incense. Worshipers light three sticks of incense -- one each for the earth, the heavens, and humankind. It's believed that the rising smoke carries prayers and wishes to the heavens.
A visit to Tai Mo Shan ("Big Misty Mountain") might offer an advantage, in that department. At 3, 144 feet, Hong Kong's highest point brushes the clouds and provides a stunning panorama of the region's rugged beauty. On a clear day, visitors can see China's Deep Bay (Hau Hoi) to the east.
Along the coast of Hong Kong
The region's rocky coastline harbors a slew of tiny fishing villages. The Hong Kong Tourist Authority bus tour stops in one, where the Tanka Boat People -- descendants of the New Territories' original inhabitants -- continue the daily routine of centuries of fishermen before them.
Fresh fish are among the many goods available at a traditional rural market in Luen Wo. Determined tourists can try bargaining with the vendors for chicken, vegetables and rice. It's a far cry from the high-powered haggling that drives Hong Kong's economy today, and another reminder of the New Territories' place between lands and eras.
The New Territories' neighbor and the proprietor lies about a mile away from another stop on the bus tour, a bird sanctuary. It's the closest many tourists will ever come to elegant egrets -- or to China. For many of them, seeing a border-crossing on the way to the sanctuary is a thrill, in light of the 10 year since the handover of this scenic land and the unanswered questions about what will become of the people and places they have seen.
Globe Trekker: Hong Kong
They are countries inextricably linked to their massive neighbour, full of eastern traditions yet inspiring in their modernity; Megan McCormick goes in search of places forging forward into the twenty-first century, China's 'little dragons' Hong Kong. Mindful of her budget in one of the world's most expensive cities, Megan checks in at Hong Kong's infamous Chungking Mansions and finds that it's actually pretty good value for money. Taking a trip from mainland Kowloon to Central on the Star Ferry which carries 100,000 people per day, Megan gets to grips with the combination of traditional and modern with an exploration of the theories of feng shui which governed the construction of some of the skyscrapers in its impressive skyline. After a ride along the world's longest escalator she takes the Peak Tram to the top of Victoria Peak for some fantastic views of the city.
Megan goes to Wong Kai Fin Temple, devoted to the art of fortune telling and one of Hong Kong's most popular temples. Here she follows the traditional visits a fortune-teller who tells her that, as a child of the year of the Rat, she shouldn't gamble. Still, at Happy Valley Racecourse in the centre of the city she has a flutter on the horses, a pastime that the Hong Kongese are particularly partial to. As foretold, she loses and to commiserate she hits the town in style at the city's trendiest club, Dragon Eyes.
For a break from the city, Megan travels into the New Territories, to the island of Tap Mum Chau, stopping off in Lin Village to make a wish at the Wishing Tree. The island is a real breath of rural Hong Kong, giving you an idea of what the city used to be like - just a string of fishing villages. For a complete contrast, she crosses the border to the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone where cheap imports of Chinese goods and a flagrant disregard for piracy laws make for a truly indulgent shopping spree.
The next morning she's back on Kowloon's waterfront for an early morning group tai chi lesson from a plugged in master of the martial art. Inspired, she meets Bruce Law, one of Hong Kong's legendary movie stunt men and gets to star in her very own action movie. Then it's off to another mainstay of Hong Kong, Sam's Tailor, established in 1957. Since then it's clothed some of the world's most famous people including Bill Clinton and Luciano Pavarotti.
About Hong Kong Gold Coast:
Hong Kong Gold Coast is a Mediterranean-themed resort complex located at 1 Castle Peak Road, Castle Peak Bay, New Territories, Hong Kong. The Hong Kong Gold Coast is set in the picturesque Castle Peak Bay with European Continental architecture, evoking the romantic sentiments of the Mediterranean. The setting sun and swaying palm trees offer local residents a different flavor from their normal busy city life.
Hong Kong Gold Coast consists of the Hong Kong Gold Coast Residences which features apartments and beach houses, the Hong Kong Gold Coast Yacht and Country Club, the Hong Kong Gold Coast Shopping Mall, as well as the Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel. The five-star resort and conference hotel is situated next to the Golden Beach, a popular beach that is dotted with local residents during the weekends. The beach is connected to a promenade that leads to the Dolphin Square which features a statue of three golden dolphins. Dolphin Square is a popular tourist destination where one can often spot the rare pink dolphins swimming around the marina and Castle Peak Bay.
The Golden Beach is the largest beach in Tuen Mun and the first artificial beach in Hong Kong, with the sand imported from Hainan Island, China. The beach is 545 metres long and covers a total area of 78,500 m², and is linked to the Cafeteria New Beach.
The Gold Coast can be conveniently accessed from Hong Kong International Airport at Chek Lap Kok, Central district and other downtown areas.
About the Property:
further details indoors:
In the living room: there is 5.1 DVD surround sound system with over 15 non-commercial categorized music channels, a widescreen LCD TV with European and North American channels for keeping in touch with world events; HBO, Cinemax, Movies, and other premium programming for your enjoyment.. TV set in en-suite. All rooms including kitchen and bathrooms have a direct unobstructed sea view. The "Wow" feeling continues.
Further details outdoors:
An eleven stories resident complex, the unit is on the 8th floor, in a corner unit, with 270 degrees of sea view. English is widely spoken in this community and in Hong Kong.
Unobstructed South China Sea View in every room. On-site resort facility including Olympic size swimming pool, whirlpool, children's pool, (pools open between April and October only) BBQ area, tennis court, gym, reading room, children play room, squash/ racquet ball/ ping pong court. Ongoing "Wow" feeling.
Major Shopping Area for grocery and everyday convenience is 3 KM away in Gold Coast Plaza. Taxi is available at Aqua Blue lobby for approximate $4.00 USD round trip.
Rental Property Rates
Location:Gold Coast of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Gold Coast - China
Testimonials / Reviews
Testimonies from our recent guests:
We would like to express our deepest appreciation to you. Our trip here was wonderful. We really enjoyed our time here. Thank you so much for your help.
Paul & Mariya
Thank you so much for letting us rent this apartment!
We had a lovely time.
Hi Mr Yuen and Hi Ben
My family had a good holiday. They enjoyed the trip to HK very much. They liked your apartment too. My daugher had a fever for half for the trip. My wife and myself ended up spending quite a bit of time in the apartment to look after our daugher (luckily we decided to stay at your spacious apartment instead of hotel room). If we organise such a family trip again to HK, we hope to get in touch with you again.
Hello Mr Yuen,
Great to hear from you and thank you so much for everything you and Ben did to make our family reunion a success. We really had a great time and enjoyed the apartment and facilities at the Aqua Blue. It was perfect.
We enjoyed the awesome views over the bay and shipping channel, it was relaxing and had a vacation feel to it. We learned to master the Hong Kong public transport system, which was so efficient! We did a heap of the touristy things like cruise the harbour, go to the peak, shopping, etc ... and also some non-touristy things like taking the kids kite flying ... we had a stroke of luck in that some lovely Hong Kong man took pity on our feeble efforts to fly a kite and actually taught us how to ... Brilliant! We flew the kites out near the local flea market, which we also really enjoyed. The children liked the game where they could catch gold fish with a net.
The facilities at the apartment were great and we appreciated how organized everything was. If ever you have potential clients who ask for feedback from someone who has stayed at Aqua Blue we would be happy to do so.
Ben was absolutely great! We called him a number of times to ask him about local things and he was always really helpful.
So thanks again for everything, and we will definitely be repeat clients when we return to Hong Kong.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA
Thank you so much for the opportunity to rent your apartment. I had a wonderful stay and it was just perfect! I even met your neighbors who were very kind. You have wonderful views and it was a very relaxing environment.
Thanks again for your assistance at such short notice,
Hello Mr Yuen,
We just wanted to let you know how much we enjoyed our stay in Hong Kong. The apartment was brilliant, comfortable and well equipped, and in a nice quiet location. It was just what we were looking for. It was great to be met at the airport by Ben, he was most helpful.
We will certainly book the apartment again if we pay another visit.
Many thanks for all your help.
Liz and Andrew
We had an excellent stay in Hong Kong and the apartment was perfect. The facilities where excellent with beautiful views across the bay.
In terms of location it was the best of both worlds. We found it very convenient to travel in and out to Hong Kong with the bus stop just 5 minutes walk away, but also it was relaxing to be able to stay away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre and have a day by the beach.
It was very helpful to have you meet us at the airport and take us to the apartment and it was useful to know that we had a friendly person on hand to help us out!
I shall certainly be recommending the apartment to any friends and family I have going to Hong Kong.
Page Personnel in UK
Thank you so much for taking such good care of us during our stay in Hong Kong. You were a great help to us many times, so thank you! Thankfully the Turbojet was much smoother of a ride, so no one got sick. We also loved our stay at the beautiful Aqua Blue apartment. It was so nice to have a "home" to get back to after a busy day out at Disney, Ocean Park or shopping. It was nice to wake up to such an incredible view out the apartment window, we never realized Hong Kong was such a beautiful country! We would love to return to Hong Kong again in the future, and when we do we will be sure to contact you again. Thanks again for such an enjoyable stay!
The Sappia family