Hotel staff, room, facilities were top class. This is the place to be to do business in Central and enjoy the many restaurants and bars just outside the door, with one bar/restaurant just an elevator ride up to the 29th floor. Not be suitable if you want a very quiet retreat away from the city...
room was fine. remember to turn on the hot water switch for the shower. bathroom is a all in one. shower and bathroom the same. noisy room. i heard people outside in the street all night. the help there were so friendly.
We stayed at the ibis Hong Kong Central And Sheung Wan Hotel for three nights in November and quite enjoyed it.
The hotel was reasonably priced and is within walking distance of the (expensive) Central district. It is also just a couple of blocks from the pedestrian walkway that runs along Hong Kong Harbor, which is pleasant to walk along.
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Located in the heart of Hong Kong's commercial, cultural and shopping districts and within short walking distance to the …More
having never been to HK before I didn't find it hard to locate. it's not central but the mtr, trams and buses are close by so there is easy access to central and other parts of HK. A warm and friendly hotel and the staff are to match. I would recommend this hotel to anyone
Very comfortable rooms with all the luxurious touches you would expect, though some are a bit small. Harbor side has lovely views; hotel is in a terrific location (especially for business) close to downtown, shopping and the star ferry terminal. Caprice restaurant was fantastic if pricey. Expert staff. The only downside for some may be that this Four Seasons is somewhat generic and impersonal--not a romantic boutique hotel--when we were there it was filled with international investment banker types going to various meetings. But, extremely comfortable, convenient, and perfect for business travelers.
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On the waterfront overlooking Victoria Harbour and the financial district, Four Seasons redefines luxury and excellent in a …More
In a city like HK, where hotel and even Airbnb prices are very high, this was a convenient and reasonably priced choice. The room was tiny but luggage fit under the bed, and more importantly everything was clean. It had a hair dryer but no toiletries or fridge. Location is fantastic. I'll be going back for those times I need a simple place to stay and little else.
Considered the central business district, Central is home to the corporate headquarters of multinational financial services, consulates-general, and Hong Kong government and administrative offices. The area is also a major transport hub for buses, trains, trams, and ferries. Head to Hollywood Road for antiques and trinkets, and Soho for bars, restaurants, nightclubs, and galleries.