Clean and the room comfortable and easy walk to the MTR which was very handy. There is a restraurant downstairs that serves mouthwatering meals and there is a foot massage place in the basement with reasonable prices.There is basic equipment at the gym on the 2nd level
Traveller from Melbourne,Australia
This sixteen-storey Metropark Wanchai Hotel features 173 guestrooms with city views, bringing exemplary service to an …More
Grand Hyatt made our once in a lifetime trip to Hong Kong a special experience. Beautiful views of the harbour only marginally tainted by major works going on outside (Not the hotel's fault) and complete provision of service as you would expect from a major chain. Good size room with decent size twin beds and bathroom, walk in shower and with separate toilet. Very friendly staff always willing to help, started with a welcoming smile from Ronnie on reception to a helpful hand from Bruce the bellhop on departure. I cannot fault the level of service.
Our flight was a late one and the hotel were good enough to give us a later departure. Whilst it was not as late as we would have liked the offer of shower facilities before we departed was welcomed. I would definitely recommend a stay here.
Great international brand, very nice and comfortable rooms, appreciated free wifi (thank you) bathroom clean but not perfect ( I know there's a lot of chrome in the room so not easy to get it perfect)
Breakfast good but way over priced only took one day.
Staff very good, especially the lobby bar area (super attentive and very nice).
Evening entertainment in the lobby bar was a man and women (Women is an amazing singer), realy top class great choice of songs, not too loud (perfect).
Pool area looked fantastic but on business so didn't get a chance to use.
All around a positive experience staying here. Friendly staff with no communication issues, clean room, fast Wi-Fi (!), close to the Causeway Bay MTR station (about a five minute walk), etc. There are a few convenient stores within a block (Big K, 7/11) and a mall about two blocks down and across the street with a Starbucks and a pretty good place for sushi (among other options there). About a ten minute walk to the bars in Wan Chai (be sure to go on a Sunday, boys!) Enjoy.
Oh yeah, great view from the room!!
"lovely hotel, small walk to the main attractions o"
Could not fault the hotel at all, we stayed only for one night this time because the rate was good.
Will be staying there again real soon, staff lovely at reception, housekeeping answered my few calls very efficiently, and check out was a breeze. Room was also a great size for HK and very very clean and well maintained. Plus we had a fabulous view of the race course.
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.