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Silvermine Beach Resort

D.D.2 Lot 648,Silvermine Bay, Mui Wo, Lantau Island, Hong Kong China
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#268 of 798 hotels in Hong Kong
Whether you are looking for an escape from the hectic city life or for replenishing yourself with a relaxing vacation, the Silvermine Beach Resort in Mui Wo on the eastern coast of Lantau Island is just the place for you. Silvermine Beach Resort is a distinctive beachfront property that boasts 128 guest rooms, beautifully landscaped gardens, outdoor swimming pool, gym, sauna, steam room, as well as meeting and event facilities. The Hotel is just ten-minute walking distance from Mui Wo ferry pier, only 30-minute ferry from Central, with public bus routes to Tung Chung and Hong Kong International Airport, is excellent to travelers for both sightseeing and vacation on Lantau island with Ngong Ping, Big Buddha, Tai O and Disneyland etc.
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Vanessa295 wrote a review Jan 2021
Johannesburg, South Africa63 contributions14 helpful votes
As work was going on in my apartment block, I booked into my local beach resort, Silvermine through Agoda for a good price, for 2 adults (as my niece was perhaps going to be staying too) for 2 nights (Saturday and Sunday inclusive) in a room en suite with a sea view, including breakfast. I was in a separate block apart from the main resort building, which was great. The room was spacious with 2 beds (bigger than single but didn't look as big as a double) and a sliding door window (which didn't open) looking onto the ocean, which was beautiful. Except for the 3 main lights (bathroom, passage outside bathroom, 1 wall light opposite beds), none of the others (2 bedside lamps, 1 standing lamp, 1 desk lamp) worked. Luckily it was enough light for me to use my laptop at night, but inconvenient and did not give a great impression of care. The carpets had marks on them and the decor is old and outdated. The saving grace is the beautiful sea view onto Silvermine beach. There were tv channels that showed only English or Chinese options, and others that showed that it could be in either English or Chines. When I tried using a channel advertised in English or Chinese and couldn't do it and called reception to find out how to change it to English, I was told that it couldn't be done. No point in printing it could be in either English or Chinese, when in fact that wasn't the case. The vegetarian breakfast was not terribly good - very standard quality. Others who had breakfast at the sea facing restaurant with me did not enjoy the quality of the pork sausage and ham (very processed and low quality) or the bread, but the lady who served us (Gloria) is lovely, charming and friendly. The grounds are quite nice and had facilities been open it may have been better, but due to covid 19 regulations, wasn't. The reception staff were friendly enough and I was given permission to leave my bicycle inside the perimeter of the resort locked up, which was kind (as there is signage very clearly stating that this is not allowed). My niece ended up not staying with me after all, and I was told by reception that generally, they do not allow only 1 person to stay in a room, and it has to be 2 people or more. I find this so odd, as I am a single woman and have often booked into hotels on my own. Penalized for being single? Ridiculous!!! Would I stay there again? Of course I would have to find someone to stay with, as I don't see them changing policy just to accommodate singles :) So the answer is: No, I won't stay there again.
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Date of stay: January 2021
Room Tip: Sea view makes up for the room basics
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Achan1010 wrote a review Sep 2020
Hong Kong, China4 contributions4 helpful votes
If you are looking for a hotel with helpful staff, clean room and normal standard restaurant, find another one!!! If you don’t mind to have something just better then camping quality, you can go for it! The hygiene of the restaurant was very poor and the attitude of the restaurant manager was very bad. We saw one of the staff using a broom to sweep the floor and then the table for BBQ. BTW, you won’t be able to contact the hotel by phone call!
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Travelled with friends
Netster11 wrote a review Sep 2020
Hong Kong, China558 contributions205 helpful votes
Pros Sea view 10 min walk from ferry Expect to stay in a cheap hostel/camp level of quality and you won’t be disappointed Cons -No one answered our phone calls prior to our stay. Emails were answered only the day after. We asked for a baby bed and it wasn’t there, even after asking again when we checked in. -Check in is at 3pm but we were told we could come at 230pm. So we did, but that was only to register. We were not able to check in until 3pm -Breakfast is a joke. The restaurant was supposed to open at 730am. They didn’t open until 740am and even then they weren’t ready and were still setting up. People were lining up to go in but the staff took their time. The meal itself is just one choice, which is wheeled out on a trolley and served on a plastic plate with a cover, like the type you get in hospitals. It was baked beans, dry wrinkled frankfurters, grey boiled mushrooms, scrambled egg, a piece of white toast and half a grilled tomato. Coffee and juice were low quality. Not worth spending the extra for breakfast. -Room was average. Some towels smelled damp, some were clean, the bed sheets were clean. The counters and surface were not fully wiped clean. The exhaust fan in the bathroom was covered in dust. -the corridor was narrow with dirty carpet and peeling wallpaper. Housekeeping were still preparing some rooms and the towels were just thrown on the floor outside the rooms. There was a lingering smell of damp and cigarette smoke. -doors were flimsy. You can hear people walking and talking as they go to their rooms.
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Date of stay: September 2020
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Thomas Ng wrote a review Sep 2020
Hong Kong, China6 contributions4 helpful votes
First staycation experience in Mui Wo which gave me a wonderful time with my family. The room environment was acceptable, tidy and clean. The staff was helpful. But not every hotel in Hong Kong can provide such a unique beach view. The resort is close to the ferry pier which is family-friendly. You might see some cows walking around freely in the area if you are lucky. To conclude, this resort is a perfect place if you want to relief your stress and have some quiet time in this busy city.
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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littlestarSpain wrote a review Jul 2020
Hong Kong, China66 contributions58 helpful votes
Stayed here for a few nights overall a pleasant experience mainly due to its location right next to the beach and short walk into town. The staff were very polite and friendly however the cleanliness, organisation and state of the hotel just let it down so badly. IF YOU ARE CONCERNED ABOUT COVID AND HYGIENE STANDARDS THIS IS NOT THE PLACE FOR YOU! The cleaning of rooms is simply changing bath towels and replacing water although this didn’t even happen on one day. Not a single surface got cleaned nor did the floor even after asking. My friends found dirty cups of juice behind the bed from previous guests two days in. Dead flies had been squashed on doors and mirrors before my arrival and were still there. The dirt on the lampshade stand alone was disgusting never mind the fact half of it was missing . The wallpaper was peeling and dirty beyond cleaning. For the fact we are in a third wave of COVID this hotel does not seem to care about hygiene. The room itself was like a school camp room garish colours and plastic chairs. The beds were comfy and the sheets looked clean. Decent quality towels too. The pool was lovely and clean they have a rota of times so make sure you check these out. Staff at the pool very friendly. It’s closed all day ‘Tuesday for ‘cleaning’ but given the hygiene of the hotel I doubt a whole day is spent cleaning it. Check in was efficient and yes we had to wait a while but the hotel had three staff checking a lot of people in. They couldn’t have done it much quicker. Overall we had a good staycation away from the hustle of Hong Kong it would be perfect if the management just took a bit more care and pride in their product to reflect the price being charged.
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Frequently Asked Questions about Silvermine Beach Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Silvermine Beach Resort?
Nearby attractions include Mui Wo Scenic Resort (0.3 km), China Bear (0.6 km), and Friendly Bicycle Shop (0.8 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Silvermine Beach Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Silvermine Beach Resort?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Silvermine Beach Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Kitchen, China Beach Club, and Bahce Turkish Restaurant.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Silvermine Beach Resort?
Yes, guests have access to a pool, a fitness centre, and a sauna during their stay.
Does Silvermine Beach Resort offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to meeting rooms and a banquet room during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to Silvermine Beach Resort?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Tung Chung (6.0 km), Tung Chung Fort (6.4 km), and Tung Chung Battery (6.7 km).
Does Silvermine Beach Resort have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the ocean view available here.