I visited from California and stayed 2 nights.
My view was of the cemetery and not the City of Hong Kong as I requested.
Upon my morning departure October 3, 2015, I was greeted by one of the doorman who had acquired a terrible cough and remained on duty.
I am a registered nurse in my country.
I was appalled when I observed the coughing doorman continue to work shaking customers hands by greeting them and saying goodbye to include handling many customers luggage.
My concern fell upon desk staff who was not concerned when I brought this to their attention.
My husband and I were there for business and pleasure. We could not have picked a better hotel. The location was incredible for the convention center, restaurants, shopping and the ferry system.
The staff was incredible! Winky at the front desk made every thing just right. And Jessica on the Club Foor helped in every way.
Staying in this Hotel was one of the highlights of our trip. Granted the rooms were small compared to what we are use to in the US, but not as small we have experienced in New York. There was enough room for my wife and I to maneuver around without bumping into each other,and whilst having 2 entrances to the bathroom needed getting use to,we found it became more of a convenience. Loved that we were around 10 minutes away from all the great shopping centers and restaurants close by were cheap without compromising on quality. One nice touch was there had complimentary umbrellas and the free cell phone was an added bonus but no free call overseas. WiFi was strong, fast and it did not drop at all. This was much better than we have experienced in the US.
"Very convenient for Wan Chai and HK Convention Ctr"
The Fleming is a smaller hotel, but well appointed and comfortable, with friendly staff and free wifi. The attached/adjoining restaurant serves a nice buffet breakfast, which I took advantage of most days during my stay. (the discount for hotel guests makes it more affordable).
Traveller from Canada
The Fleming is a stylishly designed boutique hotel that makes business travel an enjoyable experience. Located in the heart …More
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.