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Wan Chai and Causeway Bay are the retail centres of Hong Kong Island. Filled with shops, malls and restaurants, both areas are bustling with people – tourists and locals alike. Causeway Bay has one of the highest rents on the planet, and is a bit more polished and modern than its Wan Chai counterpart. Beneath the surface there is more than meets the eye – find boutique stores in the above ground floors of buildings and wander into side streets to find interesting restaurants and shops tucked away from the main roads. Wan Chai especially has experienced a modern revival in recent times, with an influx of trendy restaurants and bars around the Star Street area. In addition, both areas contain many of Hong Kong’s iconic tourist attractions worthy of your visit.
walked around happy valley race course free of charge. Massive place with renovations going on . This race course constantly got football teams playing day and night -and in all weathers . View from hotel room had us watching football matches when in our room . Race nights on wednesday , and shame we were only in Hong Kong 4...
It was my first time to attend an international conference at the The Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, and I must say it is such an impressive venue.
The sheer size alone is overwhelming... But it made great use of the space...
It was bright, airy and full of natural light...
And there were ample restrooms at very strategic...
A huge shopping mall in the causeway bay area, along with sogo, hysan place, lee theatres etc.
Floors of luxury and mid-tier shopping, as well as lane crawford department store. Many restaurants (mostly average, except lei garden) and a supercity supermarket
Connected to the causeway bay mtr
It was a good break from the busy streets. Walking with a view, shaded areas plus a place of quiet to sit. A good break especially if your accommodation is in the Causeway Bay area. It has its own history and lots of sports related events.
Before arriving, I thought Lockhart Rd was the main drag of Wan Chai, but instead found it to be the main drag of Bathroom supplies.
Hennessy Rd is far better for what you expect of Hong Kong, Pubs, Shops, Money Change, Markets, double decker trams, and much more. Worth the explore
Had a really long lunch here catching up with a friend and it was refreshing to enjoy some traditional dim sum after all the Michelin starred dim sum places in Macau. The ambience and service here are both exquisite. Moreover, the dimsum and dishes taste excellent, with the execution and presentation staying true to the classic and the traditional. Overall...
"Very nice staff , nice food and great atmosphere:)"
reviewed 2 weeks ago by monaliza r
I took my friend to have a birthday tea time at this lounge. I had a late request for the window seat and I thought I was too late to request that . The hostess Dorothy is very nice and she tried her best to find me a window side seat whilst the lounge only has 2 tables of 2...
Great place to take your family, upon checking in there was a balloon for my daughter and brochure on how to enjoy out stay at the hotel and in Hong Kong if you have young children. Also the staff won’t even let you carry a bag they are very helpful and everyone greets you with a smile.
It is one well deserved award winning hotel. The hotel located in between Wan Chai and Causeway bay MTR station. It wasn't the easiest building to find but I got there thanks to my best buddy google. The lobby is quite small but once I entered, I was surrounded by stunning design and a lot of wow factors. The room...
Lanson Place is located on the quite side of Causeway Bay. 5-10min walk to the nearest MTR. Lots of eating places nearby. Rooms are clean and staff are friendly. Not all rooms comes with bathtub. Myroom comes with a small kitchenette. The fridge is good. The aircon is a little weak for the summer heat.
"Boutique design hotel in quaint local neighborhood"
reviewed 2 days ago by wongipedia
I booked into The Fleming last minute over my usual choice when I came upon an article about how the hotel has been redesigned/renovated by "Work of Substance". The firm does mostly restaurants/retail stores so I was excited to stay at place they designed.
Hotel Service - Excellent!
The person who checked me in showed me to my room with...
"Attentive staff, good spread of breakfast and dinner options, and convenient location"
reviewed 3 days ago by Lina K
Karena Chong deserves special mention. She made the welcome very personal and even helped to make lunch booking at their renowned Chinese restaurant at very short notice. Keep it Up.
Overall, a superb level of service, clean rooms and excellent meal spreads. Despite it being an "old" hotel, standards have been well-maintained. Looking forward to our next visit.