The employees were very helpful. And the free shuttles to the main metro stops were very convenient.
Located a few blocks from everything in Wan Chai. Pacific Coffee and 7-11 across the street.
Breakfast was great. Room very small. Bathroom small no room to hang towels etc. Mould around hand basin. View obscurred by construction.staff helpful.
Great location in Wan Chai - close to buses that go everywhere you need to, Happy Valley Racecourse as well as shopping, restaurants and bars.
Conveniently located right in the midst of Wan Chai, but with the MTR station just steps away and a short walk to Central, you pretty much have all of HKG right on your doorstep. Room was beautifully appointed with floor to ceiling windows, ultra modern bathroom and comfy bed. All the comforts of ...
Good location, fantastic hotel. Clean and Friendly
Great facilities, clean rooms which were very well furnished. Food was delicious and service was really good from check-in through to check-out. Really recommend this hotel which we’ve been coming to over the past twenty years.
Location was fantastic. Near so many dining and shopping options.
Great location. Rooms are good, clean and spacious for HK standards. Only downside is the lifts which can take very long as there're only 2 lifts serving 32 floors.
The district of Wan Chai lies on the north shore of Hong Kong Island. It is a mix of skyscrapers, plush hotels, and modern architecture with the occasional historic building like the Old Wan Chai Post Office. Wan Chai is noted for its exciting nightlife venues, varied shopping, and assortment of fine restaurants. The swanky shopping malls of Causeway Bay are right next door.Don’t Miss
The two most famous landmarks in Wan Chai are the Golden Bauhinia Square and the Blue House. The latter is a restored apartment building painted bright blue and a mix of Western and Chinese design. It now houses the Livelihood Museum. Apartments in the museum have been recreated so they look like they did in the 1930s.
Bauhinia Square is home to a huge golden bauhinia flower commemorating the return of Hong Kong to China in 1997. The square is beside the city’s convention and exhibition centre. Wan Chai is home to a port served by Star Ferries from Tsim Sha Tsui and Whampoa Garden. Crossing Victoria Harbour on one of the ferries gives wonderful views of the island and Kowloon.Restaurants and Bars
Wan Chai is one of Hong Kong’s best known nightlife areas. There is a good choice of venues to suit all tastes. There are a few themed British-style pubs, the legendary Joe Bananas, discos, and even karaoke lounges. Lockhart Road is a good place to start a night out. The area has plenty of dining options. Despite the fact most establishments serve Cantonese food, there are other options like Japanese, Spanish, and Italian.Shopping in Wan Chai
You won't find many electrical appliances in Wan Chai, but locals say the district offers better value for money when shopping. Shopkeepers on Queen's Road East sell rattan and wood products and furniture and can arrange shipping for larger purchases. Tai Yuen Street‘s shops stock toys and collectibles while Johnston is one of several streets selling clothing.