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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.
The experience at Happy Valley racecourse was amazing.
Happy Valley is on the Hong Kong side hence the vibes are better with more expats.
We went on a Wednesday to Adrenaline on a normal racing day which costs HK$xxx per person including a buffet dinner and 1 adrenaline signature drink.
As an expat, the buffet was pleasing because they had...
Most expos and conferences are traditionally held here. So the infrastructure is quite convenient - you may take a ferry and get there from Tsim Sha Tsui for 15 minutes + 10 min by feet.
There are a lot of places to shop, have a cup of coffee or dine around.
Inside the Centre itself there's no place to have...
Victoria Park is a large scale city park in Causeway Bay. It was built upon the reclaimed grounds of the old typhoon shelter in the 1950s and given a major make-over in the early 2000s. These days, it serves as an important leisure and recreation grounds throughout the year as well as a venue location for major events including an...
Stayed at the Grand Hyatt for a few days R&R with my two sons. I have stayed in many international hotels and the Hyatt presents very well towards the top of the scale. Our twin room (shared with one son) had a great harbour view with very good amenities. Can't say that I am thrilled with the integrated bathroom (a...
...as our two course for meal for two came to over HK$1400 and that was only with a few drinks. Still, the oysters I tried were lovely, the starters were great and our mains really tasty. Excellent service too. All lovely, just a bit overpriced. (For example, my lobster linguine had very little lobster in.) Still, definitely worth 4*!
I knew Fleur de Sel since 5 years ago when I casually passed by after my crochet class. I’m always a fan to crepes and without a senior thought I went to this cozy place.
Ever since then I keep returning and taking my friends with me to enjoy their lovely food.
Staffs are friendly and always give the best...
French cuisine are generally expensive in Hong Kong, however, Odelice! serves price-wise French delicacies, such as their signature French crepe and Galette! There were also big plates for sharing with a group!
This appetizer was luscious! Crab and avocado was definitely a perfect match! Couldn’t help devouring with satisfaction!
Crab and Avocado Tartare HK$145
Scallops & Mushroom Galette HK$155
A luxury hotel experience with professional service. We were so impressed with all the arrangements St. Regis Hong Kong offered and we will definitely recommend this hotel to all of our friends for the professionalism. Also, St. Regis Hong Kong absolutely is a best choice for us to stay again.
Using Ferry as design elements. Vintage, unique and stylish.
However, it is a little bit too close to other buildings, not very good view from the room.
Overall is very comfortable to stay and everything you need can be found. It would be great if having bathtub in bathroom.
Keep going, wish to spend another day in your hotel.
"Fantastic grand club service and room despite not being able to use the pool and gym facilities due to COVID"
reviewed 3 days ago by cecileia_xx
I booked the king room deluxe club access lounge for my boyfriends birthday weekend. We both loved the room and the service even though we couldn’t use the swimming pool and gym we still enjoyed the club lounge. I bought some decorations to set up in the room and the staff professionally helped me put the balloons, artificial rose petals,...
"Wonderful staff, Mandarin oriental of Causeway Bay"
reviewed yesterday by Eve L
I just had a wonderful 2 months staying in Lanson Place. The staff are wonderful and everything been perfect. it was a place discovered by my staff when I enquired some hotel recommendations in CWB. She recommended Lanson for its 133 Lounge and it was the best decision ever made. As HK still under COVID-19 situation, I need to be...
Very special design and the hotel is very good, I never stay in hotel with such theme and story behind the hotel. Chinese theme from enter the hotel, to the lift, to the corridor and to the room. Very special stay.