I've stayed in this hotel well over 5 times already. The newly renovated rooms are well worth its price and everything is so clean and new. I love the size of the TV, and that it has a Netflix feature, plus I can easily connect my switch to it. The smart feature "Yue yue" is also very cute- definitely played around with the voice commands quite a bit. Lastly, I've come to recognise the staff and they have always politely and efficiently checked us in every time. My one complaint would be the few days I've booked the hotel while renovation construction was going on and it was quite disruptive to my sleep, but overall one of my favourite boutique hotels in Hong Kong so far, I'll definitely be back again soon. Thank you!
We had to travel to HKG recently. We arrive on the day where the protests were in the TST area and the location of the hotel was just where the protests were. They put up the fence so that the access to the main door was obscured which made it pretty secure. They opened the "fence" when you needed to leave and when you returned home. The hotel manager was very concerned about the guests' welfare and gave us face masks and information. On our second night, we were not able to get dinner because everything around the vicinity was closed (including 7-11) and the hotel restaurants were closed. They provided us with cup noodles and soy milk. The hotel is in the midst of renovation. The lobby is very cool and modern. The upper level rooms (where we were - we were in the 14th floor) are still the old Guangdong hotel. While the rooms are bigger than that of other HKG hotels, the housekeeping needs a lot of work. There are free snacks at the lobby. Free soda (coke in can), dimsum, crackers and tea and you are free to take them). This was a very nice touch. Our stay was comfortable despite the circumstances. I would like it if housekeeping "cleaned" a bit more. Our room carpet was not something I would walk around on without slippers. We got to try the Japanese restaurant (Senkami) on our first night. A bit on the pricier side but really really good!…
For the price the standard room was very basic, although this was my first time in HK so I don’t know how prices compare. There wasn’t even any hand soap. On the upside, the staff were all very polite.
After taking a look at the pictures online I was expecting my room to be way better. Luckily it was only one-night stay. The carpets look dirty, the furniture and bathroom and everything in the room looks outdated. The room does have a kettle, tea and two teacups, but no sugar, coffee or spoons. There is a hairdryer, safe and some toiletries. There is also DirecTV (so many English channels). The location is excellent, very close to restaurants, shops and MTR station. The breakfast is ok, not much variety, it’s a small buffet with some Asian and American style options (some pastry, scrambled eggs and sausages). Overall it just ok if you are on a budget but if you are looking for a nice relaxing experience… I would go somewhere else.
We just stayed here for 2 nights and loved the place, we had a room on level 3, room 306. The room was fantastic, new bathroom with all the mod cons, large comfy bed and a garden to sit in if you like the heat of the day, auto close blinds and curtains Location is fantastic and close to the MTR and many shops and Harbour Staff fantastic and so helpful, this would have to be one of the nicest places I have stayed. Reading reviews I would suggest you ask for floor 3, pay a little extra it is worth it. And Support the wonderful people of Hong Kong during these tough days, they deserve our support, we had no issues and never felt threatened or scared at anytime. Perfect stay thanks team, we will be back no question!