The staff was great, very attentive and helpful. My wife and I stayed in the Premier Harbour View Suite and the view was spectacular. The suite was large and quite spacious and the bathroom was also large, with a separate shower and bathtub. I should warn you though, it was not cheap. If you do not have a limited budget, I can certainly recommend this suite.
The hotel has great restaurants and if you are from Japan or Korea or most Asian countries, you will probably love the food. I'm an American and I prefer western cuisine, so the hotel restaurants did not appeal to my palate, however there are so many restaurant choices in Hong Kong, it is not difficult to find food to your personal liking that is usually a short taxi ride away.
I can highly recommend the Harbour Grand and I would definitely stay there again.
Excellent rooms, very clean. I got a room on the 31st floor with harbor view which is a pleasant surprise. The hotel does not have central heating so it may get cold during the night.
Comes with free breakfast, although choices are limited to bread and muffins. Free coffee from one of their higher end coffee machines is nice ( they have four of them)!
No pool, gym equipment is limited to three machines on an outdoor deck. it didn't bother me but look elsewhere if you care for these facilities.
Highly recommended based on price, location, and condition of the hotel.
I spent a few nights at the South of China hotel and as I got there I was greeted by an unfriendly staff member who apparently was unwilling to work and did not show any appreciation for my stay there. The hotel has a decent building with decent rooms that are quite big. The biggest problem was that I was staying in the room with a friend of mine and the bathroom door was made of glass and not sound proof at all, which wasn't very comfortable for the both of us. The breakfast is included, but it closes at 9:45am. We got there at around 9:40am, thinking that there would be something left, but the staff didn't let my friend enter because she said it wasn't in our plan. After going to the reception, everything was figured out but not the best experience, since they should know. Relatively close to subway and close to lots of restaurants and shopping.
Cheap and convenient, North Point is a busy Chinese neighborhood of apartments and commerce, where the MTR (subway), ferry, tram, and buses converge. Visit Sunbeam Theatre for the spectacle of Chinese opera, Chun Yeung Street for food and cheap clothes, and Marble Street for its truly intruiging offerings. Supermarkets, affordable dining options, herbal stores, markets, and clothing stores abound.
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