Hotel Bonaparte by Rhombus
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
Photos of Hotel Bonaparte by Rhombus
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Bonaparte by Rhombus Hong Kong
Travel Blogs from Hong Kong
"Lesson #2: Don't put snow socks on when travelling in hot climates. Who knew socks have varying levels of warmth. Hiking shoes are ugly but heaps more comfortable than my normal attire."
In many ways Hong Kong is the beginning of this journey into our new lives. It very much felt that way when we boarded the biggest plane I have ever seen …
... and change of clothes .. Yes it is 12 degrees colder here in Hong Kong compared to vietnam and guess what another 12 degrees colder in London. So it's on with the leggings , ugg trainers and long sleeved t shirt. As you can tell we are really looking forward to returning to the uk!! Lol Deb ...
... to play with a baby inside of you. I've been hanging out on the website of the Peak hospital, and a pre-booked Caesarean package - five nights stay in a private room and between the hours of 19:30-07:30 - will set you back $110,000. That's about £9,500.
On the other hand, paying for a private hospital means that you get better care and probably less of a language barrier. I went to a public hospital in Tseung Kwan O and paid far less. My ...
We opted for the breakfast buffet at our hotel this morning...clearly not the hotels specialty. After washing down rubbery eggs, burnt toast, overcooked stir fry and the worst DimSum ever with burnt coffee, we made our move for the nearby Goldfish Market, Flower Market and Bird Market. Both the Goldfish and Flower markets were very sparse today due to the New Years holiday schedule. Still, we did get a glimpse of what these vibrant markets must look like when they are ...
... town. Best meal? Spicy crab in Wanchai -I think the restaurant was called "Spicy Crab Under the Bridge". I had been a long time since I was last in HK, but it still largely feels the same, just more up-market shops. I am amazed how they all make money.
HK is very different from other countries I am visiting on this journey. It is a symbol of success, one of the times when the marriage of colonial ambition and local entrepreneurship has worked. I first visited back in ...