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Wan Chai and Causeway Bay are the retail centres 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.
Had our first experience last night (Wednesday) at the track. We had signed up for a wine venue and it was well done. A little confusing on betting but there are clerks that help you fill out the ticket.
We go here every year for Licensing show. And this place are a huge place full of exhibitor not only for licensing but also for games, toys, stationary and baby products.
They have few restaurants inside and easy to reach. They also provide shuttles from several location.
Not that you need to look for luxury brands in Hong Kong, but here it is gathered in the same building. but with elements of international chains in the middle segment,If it does not fit your needs, there is a much cheaper selection on the street outside.
This park is just around the corner from us and we decided to check it out. Bigger then we expected and it’s beautiful. Lots of people out jogging and exercising at all hours. Many people practicing tai chi and yoga which was interesting to see. The park as lots of hidden arts. It was fun to use the gym equipment...
I was usually traveling past Victoria Park, but it was good to know this area for coffee, food, and additional shopping. Very fun to observe and consider where you might stop off as you are riding the upper level of the "ding-ding." I really like Pacific Coffee here, and also convenient to spot a McDo when you need some quick...
This restaurant is housed in a grand dining arena. It is architecturally excellent. There are beautiful lighting fixtures hanging from the ceilings and the walls and the ceiling travel up to the sky. Truly, it is a beautiful environment. But, like the last time I ate here with my wife, I jokingly asked, "Am I going to get a sunburn?"...
Small wonder One Harbour Road is a huge success as a stand alone restaurant, even though it’s part of the magnificent Grand Hyatt Hotel, in Hong Kong.
We were fortunate enough to have a table by the window with a view out to HK harbour, so stunning it could easily be mistaken for a movie set! Wow!
The food is...
Food is great and environment is very nice. The hot bread stick (grissini) freshly cooked and served are one of the highlights of the place. I never had bread stick songood ever, and I was born in Italy.. The rest of the food is high quality. Bit expensive but worth it.
I have returned to this hotel several times and my recent stay was the best-the executive floor rooms have been remodeled, and overall staff service was excellent. I would especially like to thank manager Scott Lui and Charis Hung for their care and outstanding service.
Unfortunately even on the higher floors we can hear the construction site working until late...
4th time at this great little hotel
reluctantly sharing as am nervous it will become too popular and too hard to get a booking !
rooms are compact, but very stylish.
staff and amenities in room are excellent
Price point is outstanding.
Location is very handy.
Really struggle to find anywhere in HK that stacks up as well as this...
This was my fourth time staying at the Mira Moon in Wan Chai. Although not the closest hotel to an MTR station, it is still conveniently located near great shopping and sights. This is a great boutique hotel for business travelers with friendly service and good food.
Great hotel well appointed clean and very helpful. Each has a kitchenette although I can’t really see why you’d want one food is cheap in HK and there are plenty of restaurants close by.
Clean room, comfy bed. Thumbs up! Be careful though, they do have rooms immediately opposite the elevators and this can be noisy so make sure you...
I have been traveling to Hong Kong for forty years. In that time I have stayed a many of the premier five-star hotels of the area. The Renaissance Hong Kong Harbour View Hotel is every bit the equal to all of those grand hotel experiences.
Ideally located in Wan Chai, this hotel has a foot bridge to the Convention Center...