Brilliant hotel with excellent staff and facilities.The staff are excellent, kind, courteous, helpful, they cannot do enough for you. All the staff speak English with great charm and they make the hotel a pleasure to stay at. The room was spacious, well equipped and spotless. Excellent housekeeping staff. The hotel is in an excellent location with all amenities within easy reach. Restaurants are all excellent and the cuisine of a very high calibre. Could not have been better looked after. Thoroughly enjoyed my visit, just wish it could have been longer.
The room design is very attractive. Very Chinese feel. The TV in the room is small as is the room itself. My harbour view room on the 25th floor had one small window with a narrow view of the harbour between two buildings. Maybe the top floor was better but don't stay here for the view.
The Handy Phone in the room is wonderful. You tether it to your own phone and then walk around town with maps, email, apps etc automatically updating at no cost to you. Very useful service. Would stay there again just for that.
Location has good and bad points. It is not that easy to get a cab. You are a 2-300m walk to the MTR station but if raining that is not so great. Also quite a long walk to the entertainment area called Lang Kwai Fong.
Even though I had a high floor noise was still an issue as the aircon unit in the room is noisy even on the lowest setting. Also noise to the room from the corridor an issue. This is not a hotel for light sleepers.
From the moment we were met at the airport, through the in room check-in and fantastic welcome for our two children we felt completely looked after and pampered by the excellent staff. The room we booked was a suite, it was beautiful, immaculately clean and well designed with separate living area and large bedroom (great for letting one small child sleet while the other one wanted to be awake). The room included access to the executive club lounge which had an excellent breakfast selection, friendly staff and was open all day and night. The pool was great, plenty of loungers, heated water and easy access to facilities. Check out was also seamless, no waiting, hotel transfers to the airport made travelling with two children much easier.
Traveller from Ulaanbaatar
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Cool hotel. Centrally located. Rooms are cosy, but well equipped and well maintained. Just enough space for a stay where you don't plan to stay in-doors all day. But even if you do - its just as fine. The breakfast is cool and innovative and the cafe on the ground floor has good food options too. Bathroom and showers are clean and well maintained. Not exactly great hotel for business travellers but great for itinerarants. The other guests seem to have a cool vibe too. Same for the staff - very helpful.
Would highly recommend this. They care about quality. And yes, the minibar is free as is the happy hour and bkfst if you get the deal.
The hotel is located centrally on Hong Kong Island within close proximity of Wan Chai and transport links to the Chinese mainland and Macau. The room rates are always very competitive which is why the hotel can sometimes be booked out. The hotel is modern and fairly new. Good facilities available on site and Starbucks is located on the ground floor of the same building. Overall good value for money, I will continue to stay here on my business trips to HK.
Traveller from Dubai
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The Conrad is a luxury hotel with a great central location staff are engaging attentive and friendly. Views from executive lounge are fantastic with great food well presented.
The gym is ok whilst outdoor pool set amongst the sky scrapers is excellent
Rooms are spacious well appointed with free wifi
Considered the central business district, Central is home to the corporate headquarters of multinational financial services, consulates-general, and Hong Kong government and administrative offices. The area is also a major transport hub for buses, trains, trams, and ferries. Head to Hollywood Road for antiques and trinkets, and Soho for bars, restaurants, nightclubs, and galleries.