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All reviews long escalator shopping mall mongkok mtr mos burger great mall lego shop nice food court big mall ladies market chain stores under one roof exit c lots of shops shopping experience food outlets walk around cinema
Even if the hotel has changed name, it is as excellent as ever. From the entrance to any part of the hotel, everything is tasteful and staff are excellent. The bar and restaurant are spotless with regards to food, drinks, service and decor.
The mall is probably one of the malls offering more than high end watches, jewelry, luggage and cosmetics - but in the middle of a much needed remodel. Hope that they decide to offer a better cross section.
Needs more diversity there are so many...More
One of the better malls in Hong Kong, not filled with the usual high end shops. It also has a very good and varied selection of eating places with prices which appeared extremely reasonable in comparison to other places in Hong Kong. Definitely worth a...More
If only because my hotel was connected to the mall (and the MTR) made this really comfortable for me. Otherwise, the expansive shopping floors was too frenetic for my taste. There was quite a variety of shops - from the usual ground floor of beauty...More
Location-wise, this is easy to find. It's a big mall with plenty of shops to choose from. There are also a lot of food choices for picky and not-so-picky eaters. You could surely spend more than half a day here,
Very convenient location, with hotel behind and direct link to MTR. Wide variety of shops, can be a little difficult to get around with 12+ levels.
Level 1 is always very crowded. Cosmetics store Beauty Avenue is always full of people. Bought cosmetics there but...More
We took the MTR to Mongkok which is also familiar territory for me. Back in 1993, I spent a week in a Hotel here which was opposite my Bank’s Training Centre.....
Mongkok is reputed to be one of the most densely populated places in Asia...More
This s a great mall. It is near street markets as well as MTR station so very convenient. It has a huge esclator that goes up to top floor and then you spiral down on wide staircases. The shops on the higher floors are boutique...More
It’s one of the highest density districts in the world, so come to Mong Kok prepared for action. Home to every market, restaurant and shopping arcade imaginable, Mong Kok is the one-stop shop to satisfy all your shopping needs. Dust off your finest negotiation skills and dive into the bartering frenzy. Similar retailers will conveniently congregate in the same area forming easy to remember references such as
“flower street” and “sneakers street.” Here you will also find various local delicacies being served at street snack shops or hole-in-the-wall restaurants. One reliable rule of thumb: the smaller the place, the better the food.
I know that these are two very different accommodations. I am currently booked at the Langham Place but after much reading perhaps the location and view of the Salisbury may be better. Please advise. Laurie
January 28, 2007|
Hi! my wife and I and my two teenage daughters have just booked our third trip to Hong Kong.The first visit was booked at the Park Hotel,Chatham Rd.Sth. Hotel was O.K.,but the location was not great.This prompted us to try the Salisbury for the second visit,what a difference! The location is faultless,two minutes from the Star ferry,two minutes from Nathan Rd. The secret at the Salisbury is to book a harbour view room on the highest floor possible (we were on the 14th) the view is to die for...More
5D4N w/o theme parks and macau? (2 Replies)
This is my 2nd time going to HK but the last time I went was like 10 years ago. I seen a lot of itinerary that includes theme parks like disneyland and ocean park and also macau. This is my itinerary for now but lots of loopholes Day 1 13:30 Arrival 14:30 Exit from Airport 15:00 Reach Hotel 16:30 The Peak 18:30 Dinner @ Yung Kee (roast goose) 20:00 Temple Street Market 22:00 Hotel Day 2 11:00 Causeway Bay SOGO World Trade Center Lunch Times Square H&M Muji Esprit...More
March 05, 2010|
Looks like you are a shopper, so you should visit Admiralty - the Pacific Place and Central - the Landmark, Prince Building, H&M (the largest one in HK, 4 stories high) and the IFC. Of course you can visit LKF (where Yung Kee Restaurant is) in Central for a drink after dinner! Soho (a lot of fine dining restaurant) is in Central too!! Where do you stay by the way? I'm sure there will be a mall near you!!
dim sum @dynasty, renaissance (1 Reply)
What time does it open for dim sum on Sat. morning? What is the best way to go back to Langham place from the peak? I will take the tram up. thanks
March 07, 2008|
I don't know off hand, but the hotel website states that it's open for lunch, and another source says 11:30am, so probably not available for breakfast. (I assume you're talking about the one in Kowloon; there's another Renaissance on the Island, which also has a Dynasty.) Maybe you can email the hotel to confirm. If you don't want to come back down from the peak by tram, you can take bus 15 to Admiralty or Central, then MTR to Mongkok. It's an equally scenic ride. Or, if you've haven't...More