Stop over to break the journey to Australia from UK. Fantastic hotel, room was super, breakfast fantastic, staff brilliant. Only thing missing was a bath which if I ever stay again I would make sure I got a room with one. Fabulous views of the harbour from our room, worth paying a bit extra for.
Best thing is the free local smart phone to use while you stay in HK. This allows you to use its wifi connection around HK.
The hotel is a little isolated, but buses and taxi etc are regular. Nearest ATM is at the HJ Jockey club say 200m away
Rooms are ok, smallish, but for the price ok. Beds were a bit hard. Rooms quiet. Wifi good. Breakfast so-so.
Staff are great, helpful etc.
Everything about this hotel was nice, but especially their staff's kindness and hospitality were perfect.
Even when we ask to them a little bit difficult order, they came to our room as soon as possible, and they show hospitality beyond our thoughts. Next time we visit HK, we absolutely choose this hotel.
Given the nature of hotels in HK esp this hotel hk island area (cwb).
This hotel surprises me. Nice staff. Great lobby. Great conciege service. Clean rooms. Quiet. Close to attraction and MTR station. More importantly. All comes with a great low price!!
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For anyone who wants to be around wan chai area I think this is one of the best located hotels and minutes away from Times Square. I have stayed at charter house on a few occasions through the years and found the rooms clean and staff friendly and pleasant. However, the rooms seem very dated now and the decor needs modernising. The ac was very noisy, and needed to be switched off to get a good nights sleep, the furniture fabric were frayed, minor moulding around windows and bathroom, there were also issues with the plumbing with the shower head dripping heavily no matter how tight I turned it off. These things wouldn't stop me from staying again but I hope they give the place a makeover it deserves. I would certainly recommend the place to friends.
Wan Chai is a prosperous neighborhood and home to the Convention & Exhibition Center. The arts scene is well established, and a multitude of dining, shopping, and entertainment options await. Discover upmarket homewares, mahjong centers, and enticing bars. Try Johnston and Luard roads for bargain clothes, and Tai Yuen Street for toys. Bowen Drive is the place to go for a jog or some celebrity-spotting.