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We visited based on a previous review describing as an 'urban oasis' and it truly is! The early 20th century architecture of the building is reason enough to visit - that and the lovely grounds surrounding the building to create a little place of calm in the middle of a busy HK district (is there any other kind!?)
Went to a Cantonese Opera. Unfortunately there was only the singing and the music but not the costumes, which was quite disappointing. We were the only 2 westerners in a public of Chinese retirees. With my 47 years I brought down the mean age considerably. After 75 minutes we decided it was enough and left the show early.
Scenery and views. Food onboard is another plus point though taste are so so.
Buffet variety not a lot. There are Chinese nationals using their own chopsticks and pick up food from the buffet table dishes. Those who did that and the staff caught them will tell them not to do so. But u can still see others...
"Who needs Maeklong Railway Market? we have Chun Yeung Street Market!!"
reviewed 13 September 2018 by Michael L
Every time I watch travel documentry telling how amazing Maeklong Railway Market, I thought, there is one in Hong kong but no body notice! It is an average wet market that sell day-to-day product to the local people, but has a trams that cuts throught the narrow street in the middle regulaly. It is equally thrilling went the tram passing...
The view from this restaurant was excellent and the food was very good. The service started very well but we felt deteriorated a little when people who came in just for cocktails or the like began to drip in towards the end of our meal.
This restaurant is just so much fun! We have enjoyed a few dishes from the Cantonese cuisine and had a lot of laugh with the owner Robby. I particularly recommend black ink squid noodles, which will make your face and teeth black, precipitating even more laughter. The prices are relatively high in my opinion but the experience is worth it.
"One cheap different Michelin star eating experience"
reviewed 21 October 2018 by michaelrp2018
Supposed to be the cheapest Michelin star restaurant in the world. Definitely great value - but worthy of Michelin star, not sure. The Dim Sum is good. very good - but have had much better. The service and facilities are basic - very basic.
Fun family lunch out - spring rolls were very special. Noted that the restaurant no longer...
Came to this cafe for breakfast. It was nice and really cheap, only $30 per person. Mine even came with a drink but I don't like Hong Kong coffee so just had coke instead. This is a fast food restaurant so there is no table service.
From the moment we were dropped off in front of this hotel and saw the tiny sign in the pavement, then entered the cool, dark corridor of calmness with the scent of sandalwood we knew this was going to be one of those amazing hotel experiences we'd never forget.
You enter the lift to reach the 1st floor lobby with...
This was the first time I was able to introduce the next generation of my family to the Harbour Grand Hotel.
This time 2 members of the family were able to celebrate their birthday in the excellent surrounding of the restaurant and the Club Lounge.
As usual we were able to experience the excellent service of Grace Wu and her...
Hotel staff are friendly Like the Location if the hotel and value for mineyOverall is a very clean hotel Best of all there is free shuttle to HK station Recently found out the Chinese restaurant serves good food too
First off other review(s) talk about hard beds yes but that mostly what you find in Asia.. Great Clean Facility, Bed Linen fresh clean, everything Modernized. We stayed on the 33rd floor in room 3302 and had an amazing picture window view as shown in the pic. The MTR is the way to commute Hong Kong. It is close by...
This is a fairly new hotel which is vaule for the $$ now. Most of the rooms come with a view of the hk harbour and location is very convenient with North Pt MTR station just across the street.
The famous eatery is simply in front of the hotel lobby located upstairs at the Java Street Market.
There is another...