Less than 1 minute walk from MTR Sai Ying Pun Station (Exit A1),The BEST WESTERN Hotel Harbour View Hong Kong is a new 38-story high-rise, providing 360 guest rooms in a chic design equipped with free Wi-Fi, broadband Internet access, cozy dining facilities and a seasonal rooftop swimming pool. Most guest rooms overlook the renowned view of Victoria Harbour. The hotel is conveniently located with public transportation networks (MTR Sai Ying Pun Station) providing easy access to the Hong Kong International Airport, Hong Kong Disneyland®, Ocean Theme Park, AsiaWorld Expo and all parts of Hong Kong.
Hotel is very close to the subway station. Rooftop pool is a great added benefit!
Rooms were a little bit small, but that is to be expected of in Hong Kong. Rooms felt dusty
i dont like anything, this was very bad experience, i never imagine that can be a B western hotel in any part of the world without closet or place to put your clothes, i really very disapointment because i travel to several countries around the world and i never see even a one start hotel without closet.
For one person the space was fine and the area around the hotel was pretty cool if you're into exploring on foot. Pretty neat design as well.
The only issue was the bed was really hard.
Location, service, price, room
Toothbrush and toothpaste were horrible.
Room extremely small with just a small shower, no closest just couple of hanger on the wall, no table, no chair, no space for your suitcases, just enter and seat on the bed, you are like sleeping in the springs!
Easy access, on the H1 bus line for the Airport Express, getting to/from the airport could hardly be easier. The tram is a 90 second walk down Eastern street. There's a McDonald's a block away and a 7-11 across the street. The bed was fairly comfy and made up every day.
The room was TINY!!!! I would guess we had 2 feet on either side of the bed and maybe 2.5 feet at the foot. There is no closet or any other place to hang clothing. The tram and bus stops are near by, but the nearest MTR is a long long walk. The hotel does have a shuttle but due to road construction it dropped everyone at the Macau ferry terminal.
Staff some great English and seemed to want to be helpful despite nothing to work with.
I did international business travel staying at all levels of hotels for 30+ years. Unquestionably this is one of the worst hotel facilities I've ever endured. Despite having prepaid for three days, we left after one night. Here's a quick rundown of the deficiencies: few elevators for a lot of guests = long waits and full when they DO arrive. First room assigned on no smoking floor stunk badly of smoke. Bed was like an old ironing board with a thin pad. Room so small (and I'm used to small in London, NYC & Paris) you had to take turns moving about. Nearly half the room ammenities listed did not exist. Returning after dinner, the room drains had leaked a sewage smell into the room. Sink drained slowly. Shower small as a tight phone booth. I'm thin and while bending to wash my knees, I shut off the water valve, haha!