What a fab little find this is! All staff are wonderful, esp concierge who always greeted you with a warm smile & asking how your day was. Very helpful with bags up escalators, calling for lifts etc... small things that really help make a trip.
The room was a decent size for HK, plenty of room to walk around etc. Nice desk & chair to work from with an exquisite view of Victoria Harbour. Nice bed & sheets etc, bathroom adequate with loads of freebies if needed.
"Good Hotel well located and good facilities inside"
The location is superv because is so close to the metro station and very easy to find when arrived to town for the first time. The hotel inside is nice and has all the facilities we need during a four day of stay in HK.
Traveller from Chile
Overlooking Victoria Harbour from the Chiu Chow District, this contemporary 28-storey hotel is 500 metres from the University …More
I chose this hotel mostly for its accessibility, as it was very near the stop for the to/from the airport. The room itself was clean and comfy. It might be relatively bit far from the action at the business and entertainment center, but it was just perfect for me as I was only transiting for one day.
"Interesting hotel in heart of up and coming Old HK"
New hotel really still in start up phase. In very interesting location in old HKG . Location not for those not used to Asia. Catered well for family of 5 , which is difficult in HKG .
Room was modern and clean. General hotel facilities very basic . Access to entrance is not easy . Location is right above Sai Ying Pun metro station but taxis struggle to find it. Lots of good restaurants close by up on High Street.
We stayed 3 nights in a city view room on the 17th floor. Staff were courteous, friendly and professional while the hotel itself was very close to tram, bus and train transport. The room was not large but was very clean and had good amenities. The king sized bed was most comfortable, the bathroom was spacious and the shower perfect.
I had a great time in Hong Kong and having the CHI 138 residence as my base played a big part in me having such a great time. Thanks to everyone there for helping make my stay so great! I'll see you all again for sure next time I am back in HK!
Stayed at the Best Western Hotel whilst visiting my daughter in Hong Kong University. Found the experience to be pleasant, hotel is well appointed, friendly Helpfull staff. The rooms are well equipped, with toiletries, towels and hair dryer. Powerful shower. Nice and clean. Would definately book again for a return visit.
the hotel is very accesible, close to Sheung Wan and more closer to Sai Ying Pun MTR stations. the minimalist / modern style that you can see from the images is what you will expect on the rooms. only the bed is the one we can complain of -- is not as comfy. but overall, it's a recommendable place.
The hotel is very reasonably priced for the location. It's very close to the MTR station and walking distance to Soho and Central. It is also one of the stops on the free shuttle from the Hong Kong station for people who take the Airport Express in either direction. The room was clean and had all the basic amenities. The view of the harbor from the room was nice. My only complaint is the checkin/checkout process and the very, very slow elevators. It took more than half an hour to check out (most of the time spent waiting in line and waiting for the elevator to the lobby and then from the lobby to the street) for a very simple checkout. Usually the same process takes under five minutes an any other 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.