Dorsett Regency Hotel Hong Kong

No.18 Davis Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, China | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hong Kong

Last day in Hong Kong

A travel blog entry by migs-nz

3

... a greater understanding of the enormity of the sea of high rises and endless flood of people walking through the streets. After a yummy Italian dinner we are off to the airport for a red eye flight that will have us waking up in Paris. Hong Kong is a very clean city with lots of hidden treasures where we always felt safe which was awesome. It certainly makes NZ seem even more open and spacious than ...

Hong Kong

A travel blog entry by lony77

3

... The rain continued to pour down, a constant thunderstorm which seemed to do little to deter the native people or us! We engaged in a nifty umbrella dance on the sidewalks, politely raising umbrellas to squeeze past each other without breaking stride. This seemed a lot more civilised than mainland China! We finally sought a short reprieve from the rain in a cute French bakery with a chocolate croissant and a latte for morning tea. We ...

Bee-you-tee-full

A travel blog entry by starlagurl

26

... You can just assume people understand you, and 80% of the time it works.

After lunch, I went and found Stuart my friend from Korea at his swanky hotel. We decided I would stay there one night to relax but it wasn't to be. Ranald emailed me and told me he and Nick had a terrible time getting back home. All the trains from Shenzhen were sold out, so I decided I should go back immediately, instead of tomorrow. So, Stuart and I went to try and find the travel ...

Day 38 - The Peak & Happy Valley Racecourse

A travel blog entry by costin

117

... with rice and a pitcher of beer and found some seats in the stand to get settled in for the night. We missed a race in the process, but had plenty of time to hunt out a winner in the next race. We went for a horse called Bullish Boy, which duly lead the whole way round, before romping home to a resounding victory, pocketing us about $200 in the process! Hong Kong Dollars are a great currency to bet in, because even with our small bets for the night, ...

Yau Ma Tei Jade Hawker Bazaar

A travel blog entry by sunnydaze

7

... seemingly everywhere. It was a week day, yet crowded. Crowded, yet calm. There were children, and strollers to navigate around. The elderly usually walked clutching the arm of a younger individual. This made it more difficult to negotiate the course, but people were unfailingly polite and passage was smooth. We didn't actually buy anything, but it was a pleasant way to spend the morning. In the early afternoon, we returned to our hotel.




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This 4 star hotel, located on No.18 Davis Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, is near Beitou, Presidential Office Building, Seven Small Arches (Xiaoqikong), and Tsuen Wan.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Dorsett Regency Hotel Hong Kong

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding