Hotel staff, room, facilities were top class. This is the place to be to do business in Central and enjoy the many restaurants and bars just outside the door, with one bar/restaurant just an elevator ride up to the 29th floor. Not be suitable if you want a very quiet retreat away from the city...
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Beautiful view from extremely spacious suite--when we arrived, the hotel surprised us with an upgrade. The bathtub even had a wide, direct view of the harbor. Free minibar, nice health club, friendly, very reasonable cost for quality--we also stayed in another top 5-star luxury hotel in Hong Kong, so we had a basis for comparison. Excellent top-floor bar and restaurant. Local, zen flavor with luxury and considerate, personalized, expert service from a staff who showed personal interest. One of our best hotel experiences ever.
Traveller from Chicago
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We met young, efficient staff who helped us bring in our luggage up the steps into the hotel lobby. Staff was attentive enough to rush out to help us put luggage into the boot of taxi when we checked out. Well done!!!
Traveller from Singapore
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Ovolo Central is a fantastic hotel in a great location. We had not been to Hong Kong before so the hotel was in a perfect location to explore the city. The room was spacious and very comfortable and the little touches of snacks and complementary mini-bar greatly appreciated. The staff were attentive and helpful without being overbearing. A definite treasure and we hope to be back.
Although it maybe a little older hotel it has aged gracefully class cleanliness outstanding service from doormen to cleaning staff. the rooms size bathroom size harkens back to when a hotel room was made with comfort in mind not the dollars and pennies per square foot. Awesome property.
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.