Dorsett Regency Hotel Hong Kong

No.18 Davis Street, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, China | 4 star hotel
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Expensive but worth it!!

A travel blog entry by nlmiller55


... New Year there was going to be a firework celebration. It also stated they were expecting 300,000 people! Thats double the population of Harrogate.

So for the morning and mid into the afternoon we wondered around the centre and had a bite to eat. We took the subway across to disneyland to buy some tickets for Monday. How exciting, the subway train was all disney with figures onboard and the windows in the shape of mickey mouse ears. We bought some ...

Nei Hou

A travel blog entry by jenabbey


... somewhat frustrated) with hammer, polyfilla, sandpaper, ladder (that nearly killed her about 17 times), paint, tray, paint brush and roller! #letthegamesbegin. 14 very long hours later my walls were no longer blue! I couldn't lift my arms but I had successfully (not perfectly) completed ‘Project DIY’ and when the lady at the Thai restaurant downstairs passed a comment about the paint on my face, I nearly punched hers. Conclusion 1: Painting is not as ...

Day 3 and delirious

A travel blog entry by wendywoostorer


... feel to it. Seeing it from this vantage point was really spectacular.

We made it up the 273 steps up to the big Buddha for more fabulous views and then the 273 steps down again, rewarding ourselves with ice lollies like two big kids!

After most of the day travelling to and from the Buddha, we found a tiny little Vietnamese restaurant with the most hilarious menu (shown here) and tried to order as carefully as possible, ...

Superstitions and Fish

A travel blog entry by hazelandmartin


... the middle of the city and whoever can't afford the frankly eye watering prices gets to live on these stunning islands, explaining the white faces in Mui Wo. Cushty as Del Boy would say.

Tai O is quite different though. The village council is strong and does not want large scale development nor multi national chains coming in. Recent plans by a large supermarket to open a store have been successfully blocked, and all the businesses in the village are owned by locals. ...

Hong Kong Day 1

A travel blog entry by cam_and_leah


Busy day, long post Can't imagine 10 days on Koh Chang later on will take up this much effort Mmmm, thank you screwed up body clock and I mean that with all my heart. Having woken up at half 5 with a sore back, I was just going back to bed at half 6 when the sunrise kicked off. Laid there for 5 minutes on the 32nd floor overlooking the bay, and thought "Hey when else are you likely to see something as ******* cool as this?" and sneaked back out of bed. Couldn't quite see ...

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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