Hotel Lkf By Rhombus
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In the middle of November Joe and I flew to Hong Kong via Bangkok for a five day break. It was our first visit there and we stayed in LKF (Lan Kwai Fong) which is in central Hong Kong. The hotel was in an excellent position except when the disco music started on Saturday night. Luckily the hotel provided earplugs in the room. Joe didn't need them …
As most of you'll know my aunt and i have been planning the Silk Road since 2005, but with political uprising in that region the trip had to be post-poned till a later date...2010! Now before we start this wonderful adventure that follows the footsteps of Marco Polo and many other travelers, we thought we'd wet our palettes in the City of LIghts …
Today was another amazing day, sorry to be boring. We arranged to meet B&J at the Star Ferries Pier 6 at 10.30am as we had decided to take the ferry across the harbour to Lantau Island to see the Temple & Big Buddha at Ngong Ping. As we were waiting at the tram stop near our hotel and interrogating the tram map to decide which was the best stop for the Star Ferries, a lady took pity on us and asked us where we were going. She said that any tram ...
... ended up facing some guy and being able to see the text messages he was sending.. I didn't mean to look but oh my god, I have never seen so many emoticons used in one message. They love it!!!
Once we got back to Tsim Sha Tsui station (closest to our hotel on Canton Road) we came across a lady on the street trying to entice people into her massage palour. We decided a bit of foot reflexology couldn't hurt, so we followed this tiny lady and ...
... to the final cost! Otherwise the MTR through the island and mainland is the best option, you can get from HK island to the main land by the Star Ferry too which only cost around 50p! The currency here is Hong Kong dollars ($11 = £1) Luckily Joe and I are staying with Joe's friend on HK Island in the Soho area on Hollywood Road, it's a gorgeous apartment block with a pool! Accommodation in HK is very expensive and tiny, especially on the ...
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Linda vista, un poco ruidoso
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Spacious rooms, slightly tacky vibe
Whilst my apartment was recently being renovated I stayed at three HK hotels - here, The Landmark Mandarin, and The Four Seasons.
The reception staff were friendly and efficient, and the rooms were spacious and well equipped - similar in style to the Landmark Mandarin.
The only downside is the tacky [---] vibe of the Azure complex of bars and restaurants, although I accept that this is a matter of taste and that many will like it. Overall, a good hotel.
Unkonventionelles Design-Hotel mit vielen außergewöhnlichen Annehmlichkeiten (vom ipod-Anschluss über den DVD-Player bis zur Espressomaschine auf dem Zimmer). Überdurchschnittlicher Service in toller Lage mit atemberaubender Aussicht.
Spent 4 nights over Easter at this hotel. Whilst entrance is a little underwhelming, once inside the hotel is full of delights. Staff are very friendly and helpful. Stayed in the larger 650sq room, lots of space to spread out. The most comfortable bed and feather duvet and pillows made for a good nights sleep. Spacious bathroom, Bvalgari toiletries which were a great luxury. The turndown service was always happy to provide extra toiletries which was good. Decor is modern and hip, coffee machine in the room was great. Breakfast was included and was a good spread. Can highly recommend the restaurant on L29 for great food and views. Downside is that the hotel is in the middle of a bar and entertainment district so there is some noise until about 3am.
LKF well done
My Wife and I recently stayed at the LKF hotel in Hong Kong.
We were visiting friends and after our stay with them we had decided to spend a few nights at the LKF.. It was the Rugby sevens
weekend, which we hadn't factored in so the area was crazy busy.
But the staff and LKF ensures our stay was great. Good attention to detail, nice sized rooms and well appointed.. I recommend the hotel
Chic hotel, excellent service & location
Excellent location, decor and service. Great food and convenience within walking distance from the hotel. Azure on the top floor is quite a treat. Try it before it's 'discovered' and starts to get crowded. The only drawback is the design of the washroom. There aren't any showers and no shower curtain for the bathtube. Doesn't make much sense.
Great boutique hotel-LKF
We stayed at the LKF hotel in Hong Kong over Christmas for a total of 7 days and had a truly wonderful experience. The hotel well deserves the 4-5 star rating! the rooms are large, the beds/pillows oversized, the views are terrific especially with the complimentary continental breakfast and cocktails on the 29th floor. Staff was most helpful and considerate and remembered our names all the time. Particularly great was the location...close to everything, walking distance to shopping, ferries, the old and the new areas and the zoo and botanical gardens. It is a "hip" boutique hotel and wonderfully modern and contemporary.
Wow, what a find! I lived in Hong Kong for a long time and had to return recently for business. I was so thrilled to find this hotel!
Contemporary chic right in the heart of LanKwaiFung
Exceeded expectations! Look forward to an in-room DVD player, large-screen LCD tv, espresso machine, and Bulgari toiletries. Very spacious room, especially by HongKong standards. No gym though. Excellent location, great service.
We stayed here two nights on a stopover in Hong Kong on the way to Australia. Overall experience was great - hotel was still in "soft" opening period but almost all the floors were open.