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When people think of Hong Kong, most imagine movies with famous skyscrapers dominating the skyline. The area widely known as Central is the major financial hub and entertainment district, which truly lives up to the saying, “work hard, play hard.” Bars stay open late into the night and there just happens to be a street party every weekend. Although everything seems to be operating at lightning speed, Central is full of quiet, hidden gems. Nestled between office towers are wet markets and some of the city’s oldest restaurants dating back to the 1960s. Feeling a bit overwhelmed? Retreat from the crowds by exploring beautifully restored historical buildings and even a green oasis of botanical gardens.
crowded, but it was Christmas holidays. Our kids loved it and we loved it because it does let them run around and spend their energy and it is free! HK is so warm even in winter, you can see turtles and flowers still blooming.
Staying in HongKong for 5 nights at the end of a 3 weeks China tour. Visited Cheung Chau to relax and to enjoy local life. Trip with ferry from Central (Hong Kong island; pier nr. 5). Cheung Chau is very popular with local Hong Kong people and not yet discovered by tourists.
As Cheung Chau is a small, dumbbell shaped...
"Central is Business Centre while some buildings in western district reflects old Hong Kong"
reviewed 3 days ago by Rtary L
Central is the business district of Hong Kong financial centre where we can see the famous Hong Kong Stock Exchange. There are many modern high sky scrapers at Central. During weekdays, the roads are jammed and the pedestrian pavements are crowded. Western district is just besides Central District. It reflects the old Hong Kong of last century though new buildings...
"A Great Place For A USA Merchant Marine or Just Anybody Who Loves The Sea"
reviewed 1 week ago by Jeffrey Keegan W
Advertised well though a bit hard to find stepping off the ferry. I loved the history and know most the items they had on display since I was a US Merchant Marine. I have been back four times and plan to visit again.
$$ - $$$ • Steakhouse, Brazilian, Barbecue, South American
reviewed 4 days ago by Hugh S
We are a family of four including two boys of 16 and 12. The older one is not easily impressed but stated this was the best restaurant he'd ever eaten in. All you can eat meat fest at around HKD 400 a head for food and there is a two hour free flow alcohol option for drinks at HKD 220...
The melted cheese was excellent which went perfect with bread. The beef platter served the sirloin, the ribeye and the skirt. My first time with Argentina beef, the texture and taste ate similar to US prime. I loved it. The Malbec from Argentina went well with the meat.
Went to the Bar and Grill last evening. The service was impeccable. The staff was not only so attentive to detail, but also was just available enough without hindering conversation. The ambiance was serence and romantic with such relaxing chairs.
I had the Tomahawk steak with a friend as well as tried a little of their Roastbeef! Everything was cooked...
When I go to Hong Kong for business, I always go to Bombay Dreams and it always feels like home. I love the food and love the people and the atmosphere. The lunch buffet is excellent and they always bring a dosa to you while you're eating it. What a special place!
Stayed for 10 nights with my family. Everything was first class. The room is big and comfortable. The gym is well maintained. The pool is excellent. What sets this hotel apart, though, is the impeccable service. Everyone is top notch, from the front door, to the lobby to the gym to housekeeping. John, at the front door, is simply the...
We enjoyed staying in fourseasons hotel in HK. This hotel has a beautiful view and nice pool. And the most impressive point is chinese restaurant The Lung King Heen!
It is amasing!! I reccomend you visit.
i think hotel's stuffs are very kind and polite.
we want to visit again.
My wife and I cannot thank the wonderful management and staff at the hotel for how we were treated on the first leg of our honeymoon.
We stayed here four nights.
From the pick up at the airport through to us leaving four nights later, the whole experience was nothing short of fantastic!
We were met literally as we walked...
Such a nice place, so chic and well located. Near to all the restaurants, service was good, bed was comfortable.
I traveled for business but the hotel is also suitable for families. I feel it is more personalised and quaint vs the big hotels / chains in the city.
Will definitely return the next time I am in HK.
"A chilled out place amid the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong"
reviewed 3 days ago by ManjuMalhi
It's a great place to unwind and is extremely relaxing after a day in the city. I'd recommend Ovolo for a place to destress. The rooms are compact yet very comfortable and so stylish using every available space to make the room functional.