See why so many travelers make Metroplace Olympic Hotel their motel of choice when visiting Hong Kong. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a budget friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Guest rooms offer air conditioning, and Metroplace Olympic Hotel makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the motel, including a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and baggage storage.
Close to some of Hong Kong's most popular landmarks, such as The Lounge & Bar at The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong (1.2 mi) and Sandbox VR (1.7 mi), Metroplace Olympic Hotel is a great destination for tourists.
If you’re looking for a seafood restaurant, consider a visit to The Market, Café 103, or Harbourside Restaurant, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Metroplace Olympic Hotel.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck (1.2 mi), which is a popular Hong Kong attraction – and it is conveniently located within walking distance of the motel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Metroplace Olympic Hotel as you experience all of the things Hong Kong has to offer.
You pay cheap, you get cheap. That said, it was a ok size room with it's own bathroom. The bed was double size, i'ld normaly call it a king single. It was hard. Very basic and in an average area, away from all the shops. Not too bad, but not overly good either. The restaurant next door was nice.
This is probably the worst place I have ever stayed in. The only half decent thing was the guy who checked me in! The hotel, actually it’s a low grade hostel more like it is terrible. The supposed double room was really about the size of a single with a rock hard mattress? I actually think it was just cardboard under the sheet not sure. I’ve seen prison cells in better condition and more comfortable. A door alarm started going off around 7am, nobody came to see what the problem was and this went on for approximately 2hrs. I went downstairs and told the totally uninterested guy on the front desk, I then proceeded out for an hour only to come back and it’s still going! I also asked on checkout for a taxi, he was to lazy to organise that. Avoid at all costs, what a dump
- Very tiny room, but sufficient. Quiet. - Good for short term stay (3-4 days) - Close to MTR (5mins walking) - Plenty of restaurants - Budget. - Generally clean I just had good sleep there, it's a budget hotel (or hostel). Don't expect a lot.
So it happens on the night of 30 Oct 2018, when I check in with my wife and her friend. We arrived at the reception, with the receptionist completely ignored us until I state my intention to check in. I greeted him politely but he got his attention on my wife and her friend, asking what their nationality is. While I hand him my documents to proof my booking for the 2 rooms, he never have looked at me and/or answer my questions with regards to extending my checkout hours. All he did was insisting my wife and her friend to answer him regarding their nationality, while pointing at a paper laminated on the table with regards to late checkout fee. My wife answered Vietnam, followed by his reply “beautiful girls”. By the time we got out keycard, and making our way to the lift, he had this grim on his face eyeing us away. I didn’t know what he means but it certainly sends us the chill. My wife and her friend was scared and quickly entered their room and have their window and door securely locked. An hour lately, I went down to ask for a pair of missing slippers, however the reception wasn’t manned. I look around the tiny lobby, and to my surprise, found the receptionist sleeping on a pile of chair in the closed restaurant area!!! I understood it was 11:30pm, and it is only normal for all human beings to feel exhausted around this time. But am I asking too much for the receptionist, the only staff remains in the hotel, to remain on guard while he’s working his night shift? Especially while this hotel is in an area near Tai Kok Tsui, where it isn’t particularly famous for being your safest neighbourhood in Hong Kong. Police are also rare to find around here, with random drunks observed on the street near the hotel. I got back to my room, with my door and window securely locked and call it a night. The next day we left the hotel around noon, this time with a different receptionist. She was a lot more friendly and approachable. I asked her for the name for the receptionist last night, his name is Eric Chung. I also asked her when the manager will be on duty, so I can reflect our weird experience with him. She replied the manager will be on duty starting around 8am next day. That night when we returned, Eric was there again working his night shift. I got down around 11:30pm to check him out, and guess what, he’s taking his lap again in the closed restaurant area. Early morning 1 Nov 2018, I got down to the lobby, and there the manager is. His name is Jeffrey Ho. I told him everything, only with him apologising for the poor reception that we have experienced and that he will provide better coaching to Eric for the correct behaviour he should have. Jeffrey also shared that it wasn’t the first complain he received from guest regarding Eric’s behaviour but he has shown improvements over the years. I voiced out to Jeffrey that this just isn’t good enough, especially when the issue isn’t just about unprofessional attitude, but customer feeling their safety is jeopardised at the hotel premises. Eric Chung should simply be replaced, especially when he had a track record of unprofessional behaviour at work. I hope the hotel group can do something about it, because frankly speaking, management under Jeffrey Ho is weak and unconvincing in safeguarding customers’ own safety, never minding being an ambassador for Hong Kong hospitality industry. Stay away from this hotel!!…
It’s central, clean and the all the staff are helpful and a couple are even friendly!! However, I wouldn’t call it a hotel, it’s what I’d call a hostel. The rooms are about 2meters wide and about 18 foot long. We were advised to not leave anything of value in the room and there wasn’t anywhere to lock them away anyway. It was a very noisy hostel and the locals who stay there shout across to one another rather than go to speak, also the doors bleep if not closed properly and the beep was going all night most nights! We did speak to the receptionist who said he would have a word and the odd night it was quiet but mainly not! The rooms were cleaned every day, we stayed for 9nights and the sheets were changed once. We had fresh towels everyday and the shower was hot & powerful enough. I wouldn’t stay here again, but as I wouldn’t go back to Hong Kong, guess that doesn’t matter!…