Old school luxury and top notch service and food and drink.
The property is a classic Ibis so fairly simple European style features. But the bed was comfortable and everything was nicely laid out. I got a corner room with a view of the harbor on the 28th floor. Really liked it. I stay in all ranges of hotels but this room was one of my favorites for its simplicity, ...
Good location close to all the bars in Central districts, clean rooms would stay again
Loved everything about the Mandarin Oriental. Staff were very friendly and professional. Convenient and great location. Was one of the best hotels I have stated at in my many travels for business and pleasure. A home away from home. Everything about the Mandarin Oriental says welcome, we hope you ...
Good hotel, located near wan chai station and Kowloon ferry.
My room was compact but a perfect size to move around. No problems at all. I liked the safety of leaving my room key with the front desk whenever I ventured out into the streets of Hong Kong. My keys were easily and promptly returned to me after getting back to the hotel.
Convenient to Central. This is for the "younger" business person. Furniture is modern and simple. Design of rooms is very weak, however, with guests having to cross their room from shower/bath to toilet/wash basin. Not at all convenient but also not really capable of repair.
The hotel is located close to most shopping and dining in Central. My wife and I loved the attention and care we were given by the staff. Special mention to Jessie, whose kindness, generosity, and attention to detail, made for a truly memorable stay!!
The hotel location is super convenient, and has everything we need. The room I book for two was not super big but was definitely comfortable.
Lan Kwai Fong, a small cobblestoned lane shaped like an L and located south of D'Aguilar Street, has been the partying and dining spot of choice among many of Hong Kong's businesspeople and expats since the mid-1980s. Today, Lan Kwai Fong visitors can spend their money at more than 100 bars, restaurants, nightclubs, shops, and art galleries.
Lan Kwai Fong is such a well-known Hong Kong hotspot that its street sign is photographed more often and appears in more films than many Hong Kong celebrities. There is always a party going on at Lan Kwai Fong, especially during weekend nights and major holidays such as Halloween and Christmas. Lan Kwai Fong even boasts its own annual beer festivals. Even during the day, however, Lan Kwai Fong visitors can enjoy live singers, guitar players, and other talented street performers.
There are two main types of nightlife in Lan Kwai Fong. Happy hours take place early in the evening when many bars serve food at half price and white collar workers from Hong Kong's nearby central business district can enjoy two drinks for the price of one. Spree hours take place later at night and are geared more towards younger university students and foreigners.
Address and contact: Lan Kwai Fong and D'Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong 00000
Opening times and fees: Each Lan Kwai Fong business has its own opening times and fees; some bars are closed during the dayWhere to stay
Hotels near Lan Kwai Fong are never far from the action of Hong Kong's Central Harbour and business district. Not surprisingly, a large percentage of the guests at higher end four- and five-star hotels near Lan Kwai Fong are visitors who travel to Hong Kong for business.
State of the art large flat screen televisions, DVD players, and even espresso coffee makers are standard amenities at the most luxurious guestrooms. Beds are typically king sized with goose-down pillows. Wireless internet access, cable televisions, and even personal safes are also available even at many mid-range hotels near Lan Kwai Fong. This busy section of Hong Kong also contains quite a few apartment complexes where guests can enjoy kitchenettes, dining areas, and the utmost of privacy.