We have stayed in this hotel before and we were not disappointed a second time - in fact, it was even better. Now the the MTR Island Line has been extended to Kennedy Town, the hotel is only a five minute walk to entrance B1 of the new HKU MTR station (although there is a longish walk inside the station) - the hotel will give you a map. It also provides a free shuttle bus to Central and, of course, trams and buses stop right outside. So, transport is good making this hotel's location convenient. Of course, it's not as close to the sites as hotels in Central or Causeway Bay but then the price is much more reasonable. The staff are great, the rooms comfortable and clean, and breakfast good.
"Great view across the harbour at an excellent pric"
Fantastic little hotel. The staff are so friendly and helpful. You are given use of a handy to use during your stay, pre loaded with useful apps to help you explore this wonderful city. This was brilliant for us travelling in from the UK. The rooms are small but have everything you need, are clean and modern. My one criticism was that the bed was way too firm for our liking. This is a personal preference thing so I'd have no hesitation in recommending Butterfly as a chain.
Vivien from Brighton, UK
Rising elegantly over panoramic Victoria Harbour and verdant Sun Yat Sen Memorial Park Hotel de EDGE by Rhombus is the new …More
Very comfortable convenient hotel in Hkg island on the West side. On arrival we were given the most important info we needed as tourists. Transport, money exchange, food source, bookings of tourist attractions, hotel amenities. My husband he said, the Duty Manager Daniel was very accommodating, much more, he is patient for a Hongkong man providing a service. As for me, fast broadband all throughout the hotel for free, fitness centre very clean & well stocked, digital gadgets recharging booths easy access, reasonably priced hotel resto, and close to places were the local people shop and eat. This hotel has no pretense, it has value for money!!! I highly recommend it to my friends vacationing in HKG.
First timer from Sydney
Overlooking Victoria Harbour from the Chiu Chow District, this contemporary 28-storey hotel is 500 metres from the University …More
Would stay again. Pretty big space, especially for HK. Convenient desk space for working. Good location, clean. Fridge was nice to have. Don't recommend doing laundry in the hotel, it's expensive and their drier screwed up our clothes. Room didn't have heat but they provided a space heater upon request which worked fine. The weather in HK wouldn't ordinarily require heat but it was January and had just rained when we got there so colder than normal. No other problems to speak of. Smooth check in and check out.
Just got back from a fabulous holiday in Hong Kong made even better by my stay at Mia Casa. The hotel is very compact and as all buildings in HK goes up rather than out. The room was spacious and luckily for me was only on the 5th floor of 20 (don't like heights!). It had a large double bed, fabulous shower - very powerful with both overhead and hand held sections. The room was cleaned every day. There was a small kitchen area along one side of the room with a microwave, grill, tea and coffee facilities, pots and pans and utensils - I could have eaten in every night if I wished. There was plenty of storage and a table top ironing board and iron. The staff were friendly and helpful and there was always someone on duty. It was very reasonably priced and I didn't have to pay the bill until I arrived, giving me the chance to cancel up to 2 days before I went. I would highly recommend this hotel
Get a feel for the Hong Kong of old. Start at the Chinese Central Market (the tender-hearted should avoid the lower floors, where poultry butchering takes place) on the corner of Queen Victoria Street and meander down narrow laneways where herbalists and other traditional shopkeepers display their wares. Don’t miss the world’s longest outdoor escalator, at 880 meters, which also provides sweeping district views.