The room was fairly big and included a desk, though it was a bit dated. Overall, I was happy with the room.
Excellent location. Times Square was a 5-10 minute walk, and Hyson Place, a mall containing an Apple Store, about a 10 minute walk. Also, the bars of Wanchai are probably 15-20 minutes by foot.
Some of the staff were good and informative but some seemed to be just taking up space.
IClub in Wan Chai is ideal for guests requiring good clean rooms with en-suite facilities for sleeping accommodation without eating facilities. There is a lounge serving continental style food and drinks [non alcoholic] for breakfast and throughout the day. However there are many facilities outside - restaurants, cafes, etc. including the excellent Wooloomooloo restaurant next door [Hennessy Centre] with a roof top terrace serving drinks with music and great views over Hong Kong. Packed out with high-end customers and tourists - try to grab a seat!
It's a nice place to stay, the personnel are super nice. The bed was against a dirty wall and we could hear the next room conversation in the middle of the night.
They have a complimentary cell phone with data which you can bring it with you when you go out.
The room was basic yet very clean, clean bathroom and comfortable.
Restaurants, bars, shopping in the heart of Hong Kong Island.
No fridge or tea facilities, just a kettle. Convenience stores are all around to get tea, coffee for your room but cafes and eating places are everywhere so we didn't bother.
On arrival at the hotel was offered the chance of an room upgrade at a fair price,this included free breakfast vouchers for the duration of our stay.Our room had a lovely view overlooking the racecourse and other sport facilities.We were within a fair walking distance of the ferry piers and other areas of the city but the hotel has 2 courtsy coaches which run from morning to night to the centre and other parts of the city.The young lady who was the head receptionist ( Monique Mok ) made our stay a pleasant one as she was always around to answer questions and give advice and print out vouchers and boarding cards.All in all she was invaluable.
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.