We had stayed in Tsim Sha Shui on every previous visit to Hong Kong, so decided that we should stay across the harbor this time. Hotel LKF did not disappoint, and was right in the middle of the action for a good Saturday night in Hong Kong.
Check-in was a breeze, despite a late arrival from the airport. The room was surprisingly large, certainly in comparison to previous Hong Kong hotel experiences (and at more expensive hotels), and was quiet despite the noise of the people and traffic on the streets below. Bed was comfortable, but I suppose most beds will be after a night out in Hong Kong.
Check-out was easy the next day, with taxis easily available. The staff were quite helpful in communicating our next destination to the taxi driver, which was certainly appreciated.
I definitely recommend this hotel; my only regret is staying there just the one night.
After a 15 hour flight, all i wanted was able to check in and take a bath. Front desk was more than accommodating when we asked for a higher floor and room was ready even though we arrived before check in time. Complimentary Fiji water, tea and coffee were much appreciated. Staff over all were spectacular, never a moment i felt they were overly friendly which is a good thing.
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"Great location, walkable to shops and also to MTR "
Stayed for 3 days, couldn't fault anything. The room was fantastic, the restaurants and bars were excellent, the fitness centre was very well equipped and the spa looked wonderful though we didn't use it
I love Hong Kong and have stayed at a few hotels. This time I stayed at Shangri-La Island HK and thoroughly enjoyed my stay. Upon arrival we were greeted by a number of Shangri-La personnel, each seemed genuinely friendly and attentive. During our stay, whenever we had questions and/or required help, they were very eager and happy to assist. Our room had the most amazing view of the harbor and the location is in close proximity to all means of transit, mall and a grocery store.
And lastly, we were very impressed with the housekeeper's good work and attention. Over the years I have stayed at numerous hotels and at this hotel the cleaning of the room exceptional. A spotless room, and I mean spotless was always left for us to come back to. They even noticed that from the fruit bowl, we liked the small green pears than most of the other fruit, so they left us extra. Its details like this that make me love this hotel so much.
More of a serviced room than a hotel,it's a tall thin building on Arbuthnot Rd ( plus for being less busy than Wyndham St and easier to get a taxi to stop) with just two rooms on each floor. Ask for a higher room to avoid noisy LKF especially at weekends. The rooms are fairly large and well appointed if a bit tired. Excellent free minibar and nespresso machine. It was a delight to help oneself to a drink or coffee whenever you liked and not feel the guilt of a ridiculous charge going on the room extras bill.The bathroom was really good with a top class rain shower. All in all a very good deal for the location and the price. But don't expect a swanky boutique hotel.
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.