People staying in this hotel are more polite, gentle and well behaved. I had stayed in other hotels before and I found that usually tourists from mainland China were very loud, pushed their way in and had no social etiquette.
The bed was very comfortable and large, which is a bonus after spending a night in another HK hotel that had kids sized beds. Bathroom was fine but could do with a makeover. Exec lounge was nice, great view and nice to have space, food was fine. Staff were extremely helpful and friendly. A few stops from central. But free shuttle to Hong Kong station was handy.
Traveller from nz
Overlooking Victoria Harbour from the Chiu Chow District, this contemporary 28-storey hotel is 500 metres from the University …More
Stayed at the Best Western Hotel whilst visiting my daughter in Hong Kong University. Found the experience to be pleasant, hotel is well appointed, friendly Helpfull staff. The rooms are well equipped, with toiletries, towels and hair dryer. Powerful shower. Nice and clean. Would definately book again for a return visit.
the hotel is very accesible, close to Sheung Wan and more closer to Sai Ying Pun MTR stations. the minimalist / modern style that you can see from the images is what you will expect on the rooms. only the bed is the one we can complain of -- is not as comfy. but overall, it's a recommendable place.
Overall the hotel was ok. Rooms are clean. Staff were nice and helpful. Would have been better if the rooms were a but bigger. It was quite difficult to move around. Area is great with close vicinity to the mtr
Get a feel for the Hong Kong of old. Start at the Chinese Central Market (the tender-hearted should avoid the lower floors, where poultry butchering takes place) on the corner of Queen Victoria Street and meander down narrow laneways where herbalists and other traditional shopkeepers display their wares. Don’t miss the world’s longest outdoor escalator, at 880 meters, which also provides sweeping district views.