L'hotel Causeway Bay Harbour View Hong Kong
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Historical Traveler Reviews L'hotel Causeway Bay Harbour View Hong Kong
My wife and I stayed here for three nights in June 2006. We certainly recommend it for location and comfort. L'Hotel is near Causeway Bay, just across the street from a metro stop and on one of the main bus routes. Shops for food, water, etc., are nearby and a laundry is just across a sidestreet. We were easily able to reach all the major parts of the city from the hotel with minimal walking. For example, we went to Stanley Market by catching a bus that ran right by the hotel, and we could reach Kowloon by taking the metro or by metro/ferry combination.
My boyfriend and I stayed at this hotel in June for a week and were surprised to find such a great little hotel just outside the bustle. Brilliantly located right opposite the Tin Hau MTR (exit A1), there are also trams and buses to all destinations - so very convenient to get everywhere. Staff were very helpful with any questions and queries, and were very prompt to rectify anything.
Good value choice
If you're looking for a well located hotel at a reasonable price then L'hotel fits the bill. Its situated just opposite Tin Hau MTR station and within easy walking distance of the main Causeway bay shopping area. The rooms are fairly small and there is not a great deal of storage space but the bathroom was spacious and there was a fridge and bottled water provided daily. Our package included breakfast which was good for convenience but not worth paying too high a premium for. Staff were friendly and helpful but some of their english could have been improved. Overall a good value hotel.
Good Location, Good Rooms
I stayed at the L'Hotel Casueway Bay in April 2006. The Hotel is conviently located near Tin Hau MTR station, you can also get a tram or Bus to Causeway Bay/Wan Chai/Central. The rooms are a reasonable size and clean. Did not have time to check out the facilities such Gym/Pool. The menu for the dinning was expensive, I suggest you travel the couple of minutes to Causeway Bay Restaurants.
Free broadband is available to laptop users, however those with out a laptop will have to pay for Internet access, and there is only one PC availble so you may also have to wait quite some time.
During April I also stayed at Express Holiday Inn and Lan Kwai Fong Hotel. My preference is for the Express Holiday Inn as it has a better location, internet facilities and free breakfast.
Last week we were invited to a wedding in Hong Kong. The host family put us in the newest hotel in the quiet end of Causeway Bay/Tinhau area for 4 nights. The ingress of the L'hotel is at an alleylike deadend street.
Arrived April 20, 2006. Hotel is on a side street overlooking King's road, with a partial view of the harbor, and a direct view into the neighbor's window, typical Hong Kong! Staff is extremely helpful, and for whatever reason, I was upgraded to a corner suite with 2 baths. Amazing! Decor is simple and clean, without a lot of stuffiness found in most mid price hotels. Wood floor, white porcelain, very contemporary. Paid 1500 HKD/night, so not cheap, but mid price for the Island. I've paid more and got less before!
A haven after a long haul flight this new hotel (opened Jan 2006) met our every need The claimed three minute walk from the train station was accurate - beat that for convenience! Reception was professional and welcoming but dignified; our every query was treated with respect and helpfulness Day or night the view from our 37th floor corner windows was a panoramic glory - and we didn't even have a harbour view room! Our room was a visual delight - in fact the whole hotel says 'design' Comfort included mattress covers to soften the predictable firm Hong Kong beds, supersoft doonas and a stunning bathroom Restaurant buffet is good catering for international tastes and service attentive We were fortunate to have opening-special tariff so our stay was a boon This hotel is unhesitatingly recommended
Our party of 4 stayed at the L'Hotel for three nights in Feb 06. From the outside and lobby the hotel looks very new. Upon check in, the manager saw that we were a family and gave us two adjoining rooms on the 35th floor with a magnificent view over the harbour and hong kong island. We had to wait 30 mins till the rooms were made up but it was worth it.