Cover Take a break from the daily grind at one of these laidback Hong Kong Airbnbs.

From rooftop escapes to designer homes by the beach to Sai Kung staycations, check out these chic Hong Kong Airbnb properties

While we love a few pampered nights at Hong Kong's five-star hotels, sometimes it's good to get out of the city, and with Hong Kong's beautiful autumn weather finally making an appearance, it's the ideal time to book a weekend away and make the most of the city's beautiful country parks and green spaces.

If you're craving a change of scene from the bustle of Hong Kong Island, take a look at our picks for the best Hong Kong Airbnbs to book when you need a few days to get away from it all. 

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Lamma Island Treetop Getaway

Sleeps: Two guests, one bedroom (plus a small bedroom for a toddler)

In Hong Kong, there really is nowhere as laidback as Lamma Island. Surrounded by greenery, this recently renovated Lamma home makes the ideal base for a weekend exploring everything the island has to offer.

Start your day with coffee on the terrace––accompanied by the apartment’s resident tortoise––before hitting the beach and indulging in a signature Lamma seafood feast or a BBQ on the rooftop. 

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Lamma Island Beach House

Sleeps: Eleven, five bedrooms

Step straight onto the beach from this spacious luxury Lamma staycation spot. Located in a hidden hideaway on the Sok Kwu Wan side of the island, this five-bedroom beach house, complete with rooftop BBQ and outdoor dining space for ten, is the perfect location for a family getaway or staycation with friends.

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Sai Kung Tiny Beach House

Sleeps: Two, studio home

Small, but perfectly formed, this tiny Sai Kung Airbnb has been built right on the beach. An ideal jumping-off point for Sai Kung outdoor adventures and only ten minutes away from the town centre, book a stay here and make the most of the area’s easy access to hikes, water sports and seaside tranquillity.

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Sai Kung European-style Villa

Sleeps: Six guests, four bedrooms 

A staycation at this village house will make you feel more like you’re in the south of France than Hong Kong's Sai Kung. Cook up a family feast in the spacious, European style kitchen before soaking up the sunset on the rooftop terrace.

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Peng Chau Seaside Staycation

Sleeps: Four people, two bedrooms 

For a truly tranquil Hong Kong staycation destination, look no further than the laid back fishing island of Peng Chau. This village home, which will easily sleep a family of four, is the ideal jumping-off point to explore everything the tiny island has to offer, from freshly-caught seafood and beach walks to indie art and coffee shops. End your evening staring up at the stars and listening to the sound of the sea from the apartment’s spacious private roof terrace.

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Pui O Village House

Sleeps: Six guests, three bedrooms 

Lap up the quiet life in Pui O at this charming, airy home where tasteful modern decor meets quaint village living. Go for long walks exploring surrounding farms during the day, and set up drinks and BBQs on the spacious rooftop in the evenings. 

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Southside Houseboat

Sleeps: Seven guests, three bedrooms

Indulge in a staycation with a difference on Hong Kong’s Southside. With three bedrooms and over 2000 ft of living space, this modern houseboat Airbnb will comfortably sleep five people, giving you a much-needed, and tranquil change of scene from the bustle of Hong Kong life.

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