This (removed link - old/outdated) is over US $150 per night but if someone has US $1,300 to lay down for a week's time in Hong Kong, this might be a great choice. It is all about the View and Location, being in Causeway Bay.
Again, a reminder to be careful when dealing with Craig's List. Use your common sense. I just noticed someone advertising a $200 4BR apartment in Causeway Bay, promising everything. Then just a couple of posts laster, I see a 2BR advertised for $100, luxury living they say, 1264 sq. ft. But one problem - the pictures they show for the 2BR are the same pictures they show for the 4BR post! BEWARE!
Also there have been a string of posts in the past few months, where someone lists a flat for say $65 per night. That sounds like a deal, but when you follow the link to their site (roomlender.com as an example), there is a 1-year minimum lease. Can someone explain to me how that qualifies as a Vacation Rental? If you are going to list a nightly rental price, you better rent it on a nightly basis. I mark all such posts as MISCATEGORIZED on Craig's List.
Bill is a Midwestern American whose wife is from Hong Kong. He has three daughters and the entire family visits Hong Kong almost every year.