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South Pacific Hotel

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#172 of 746 hotels in Hong Kong
In a cylindrical architectural style mounted in glass curtain-wall, the Hotel has 299 rooms & suites well appointed with a panoramic city view on 28 floors. Located in Wanchai, the Hotel is adjacent to Causeway Bay premier entertainment area, Happy Valley Racecourse & few minutes drive to Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Center.
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Property amenities
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Room service
Banquet Room
Business Center with Internet Access
Conference Facilities
Dry Cleaning
Laundry Service
Meeting rooms
Multilingual Staff
Shuttle Bus Service
Wheelchair access
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Room features
Non-smoking rooms
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No.23 Morrison Hill Rd, Wanchai, Hong Kong China
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Getting there
Hong Kong Intl Airport17 mi
Shenzhen Airport34 mi
Causeway BayMass Transit Railway (MTR)7 min
Wan ChaiMass Transit Railway (MTR)10 min
Wan Chai / Causeway Bay
Wan Chai and Causeway Bay are the retail centers of Hong Kong Island. Filled with shops, malls and restaurants, both areas are bustling with people – tourists and locals alike. Causeway Bay has one of the highest rents on the planet, and is a bit more polished and modern than its Wan Chai counterpart. Beneath the surface there is more than meets the eye – find boutique stores in the above ground floors of buildings and wander into side streets to find interesting restaurants and shops tucked away from the main roads. Wan Chai especially has experienced a modern revival in recent times, with an influx of trendy restaurants and bars around the Star Street area. In addition, both areas contain many of Hong Kong’s iconic tourist attractions worthy of your visit.
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My son and I stayed here for a few days on a visit to Hong Kong. The beds were small, as is normal in most places we've stayed in Asia, but we each got our own and slept well enough on them. The location was good for us, near the mall with lots of shopping and restaurants, and the MTR stop. We were able to take the subway everywhere we wanted to go. The wifi worked well, which we appreciated. There is a gym, but no pool. There are three places to buy food, we ate in the Grill Cafe and got some pizza. It was pretty good. Also they offer room service. It's a tall building so if you are on a high floor you might get a nice view. The lobby is large and pretty, with multiple entrances and exits so we could easily head out and start our day each morning. Overall we had a nice stay here.
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As a regular guest I was a little disappointed this trip. The hot water service took a long time to warm up and one evening I had to have a cold shower . The rooms are basic , a fair size and clean . The main attraction is the convenient location
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Furthermore so near one of my fav dim sum store...yummy lol Stay at Vela boutique hotel previously, and noticed this hotel. Thus this round..it was this or some of the other Morrison Hill hotels. Situated midway between Wan Chai and Causeway Bay MTR, there also many buses around and a tram stop a short distance away.. So many eateries nearby. Hotel roim was nice, but guess did not indicate properly - they put me in a smoking floor?? (think so as my floor wasn't marked inside lift) Luckily, the smell was practically non-existent. Nice view overseeing the Happy Valley racecourse...which i went jogging on last day in hk..Nice location and hotel.
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We stayed 2 nights in this hotel. Good location, clean rooms, untfortunally small bed. (queen size). Reception was not very client orientated. However, overall stay in the hotel is advisable. Location close to metro, busses and tram and shops. Small negative about room is sound from next room is possible to hear
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I first stayed that this facility, years ago. Although this hotel is now a bit older, it is very well maintained. All of the common areas (main lobby, lobby bar, restaurants and public rest rooms) are immaculate. With regards to my assigned room, images are attached--taken immediately after check-in, so that you can share my first impressions. In my opinion, the room size was more than adequate. Furniture was arranged in such a way that the room did not feel crowded. The room's widows are large, which helps make the room feel bigger. (I had a view of the Happy Valley Racecourse.)While the furniture was not "brand new", it was clean with no obvious signs of wear. The mattress was comfortable; the sheets were clean and crisp. The carpet was clean. The bathroom of my unit was small (compared to those found in a more modern hotel). It had a shower--no bathtub. But the size is consistent with other hotels designed during the same era. The bathroom is where you see the most wear and tear; again, it was well maintained. The towels were always clean--but on some days, I got specimens that were newer than others. Amenities provided (which I valued) included: good Wi-Fi connection; 2 free bottles of water per day; a room safe; and a nice selection of toiletries. The television had good picture and sound--but I didn't visit HK to watch TV. With reference to location, the hotel is a (rough approximate, for me) 5 minute walk to "Times Square"; 10 minute walk to the Wan Chai Ferry Pier; 10 minute walk to the Wan Chai MRT station; close to the Causeway Bay MRT. With adjustment for peak demand periods and weather conditions, taxis are available at the hotel's front entrance. As for dining options, the hotel does have some nice restaurants. But there are a lot of eating options in the immediate vicinity, too. You can eat at a higher end restaurant; eat like a local--or at any price point in between. Hotel room rates are a reflection of the location, total room size (sq. ft.), age of the facility and amenities provided. Given all of these considerations, I did enjoy my recent stay at the South Pacific Hotel in Wan Chai, and feel that the room rate paid was reasonable for that area of HK. The staff was also very helpful, when their assistance was needed.
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$61 - $213 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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ChinaHong KongCanal Road / Hong Kong Island / Wan Chai / Causeway Bay
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