Lan Kwai Fong Hotel

No.3 Kau U Fong, Central, Hong Kong, China | 4 star hotel
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The Long Sleeps

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We survived the 15+ hour flight... in economy no less .....oh the pain... Thank heavens for modern pharmaceuticals.

The weather was not too bad when we arrived. Only slightly muggy.

After a shower we headed out for lunch at the Yung Kee restaurant. The 3 dishes that we ordered were pretty good but I was a little shocked when the …

It's a Small, Small World

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PARIS - HONG KONG

As you can well imagine, by this stage of the trip as fatigue sets in, some interesting conversations occur over cafe tables in Paris.

Example:

Scene: Breakfast - Paris early morning getting ready to fly to Hong Kong.

Dad: Barb, can you just go up and get another coffee? I can't speak the …

MTR, Lost in Mong Kok and Wokking 101

A travel blog entry by michaelandre

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Today was my first time on the Hong Kong subway system and I was floored. It was a cinch to buy a ticket. I navigated through the unbelievably massive station and found my way to my train without the slightest hesitation. This is how transit is supposed to be!

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Dim Sum Bootcamp

A travel blog entry by michaelandre

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Today was our second cooking lesson and another eye opening experience. We took Dim Sum Class C where we made 4 dim sum dishes: boiled pork dumplings with Sichuan sauce (Shiu Jaio), pan fried pork buns (Sound Jean Bao), steamed pork buns (Choy Yuk Bao) and soup dumplings (Siao Lung Bao)

This class provided an appreciation for the work, …

An Early Start, Big Brunch and Nanny's Day Off

A travel blog entry by michaelandre

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After waking at 3 am, we decided to take a walk around Lan Kwai Fong neightbourhood (well known for its nightlife). It was quite something there! The bars, the clubs, people trying to walk in a straight line, puking on the street..... We even got a first hand demonstration illustrating the fact that high heels, alcohol and steeply sloped streets …

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This 4 star hotel, located in the Central and Western area of Hong Kong, is near Mid-levels Escalator, Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank (HSBC), The Center, and One International Finance Centre.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsLan Kwai Fong Hotel Hong Kong

    Reviewed by brosnantrio2012

    Great service and location

    Reviewed Oct 17, 2012
    by (10 reviews) Brisbane , Australia Flag of Australia

    Highly recommend staying here. Service was excellent. Rooms were clean and the location very central on Hong Kong Island.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by michaelandre

    Great location, nice staff

    Reviewed Oct 14, 2012
    by (5 reviews) Toronto , Canada Flag of Canada

    I have stayed at this hotel several times. It is very well located in Central near Lan Kwai Fong. The rooms are very comfortable and the views from the upper floows are great. I will continue to stay here on future trips.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Lan Kwai Fong Hotel Hong Kong

    Good location and pleasant stay

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    The location of LKF hotel is quite strategic. The hotel is located uphill so i would advise travelers with heavy luggage to take a taxi to the hotel rather than the train. It's about 10 minutes walk to the train station.

    Great Location

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    Small boutique hotel in the thick (just out of the thick) of Hong Kong's entertainment and shopping district. You can walk everywhere from here. For the price of AUS$140 a night including breakfast it is fantastic. Small chic rooms are of sexy Asian traditional decor. Apparently the whole boutique hotel thing hasn't really hit Hongkers yet (if you can call a 30 story hotel boutique). It had only just opened a month or so prior to us arriving so we were lucky that all the amenities were brand new. I am sure this little uber chic hotel will look tired and warn in a short time as fitting and fixtures did look a little on the cheap side. None the less it was great for us. I would recommend this hotel and location to anybody that is going within the next 12 months.

    Great value for money

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    This hotel was excellent value for money. Rooms are standard size for HK (ie small) but tastefully decorated. Location was convenient and walking distance to everywhere we needed to go. Small problem at check-in, they didn't have a record of our internet booking, luckily I took my paper receipt! We've stayed in many hotels in HK but we will definitely be back to this one!

    Innacurate website, poor facilities, bad service

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    I have been visiting Hong Kong each year since 1998 and this is without question the worst hotel that I have ever stayed in.

    Great Boutique Hotel with Great Customer Service

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    My boyfriend and I have just returned from Lan Kwai Fong Hotel recently and have enjoyed our stay very much. We will definately be staying there again in our next visit.

    Is not technically in LKF!

    from

    The hotel actually about a 8 minute walk away from Lan Kwai Fong and in between Central and Sheung Wan. Its located in a old district of Hong Kong, at the foot of Soho, the ambience of the area is very evocative of the film Chungking Express and In the Mood for Love.

    Satisfactory but a lot of room for improvement

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    I really like the locatin of this hotel. It's close by SoHo and Lan Kwai Fong and not too pedestrian, which is what I like. However, I found the front desk service very mediocre, I'm not going to name who but a male staff was basically rude.

    Stylish but Hard to FInd!!

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    I stayed at the Lan Kwai Fong Hotel in April 2006.

    Great hotel!

    from

    Above all, this stylish boutique hotel indeed is outstanding as compare to those normal and high class hotel. As it has an Asian theme throughout the hotel from reception to the staff uniform and room layout, but the outlook was not done yet as it is still under construction. The location was great as it is very accessible to various restuarants and shops in the SOHO area. But of all is the hotel staff service standard I am displeased with, they are not friendly and when I encounter problem, they ignored and did not really care about the guest welfare at all. Lastly, I will go back and stayed with LKF hotel unless the service standard would improved.

    Great Location, Great deal, Geat Place

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    The LKF hotel just opened at the beginning of march of 2006 about a week or 2 before I visited and they were still doing construction on the outside and lower floors but I was thoroughly impressed with it. It was literally steps from soho, lan kwai from, and central. This was perfect for me because I was in HK for work so I had to walk to central every morning) but in the evenings and weekends, all the great eating and shopping areas were steps away! The hotel is a boutique style hotel and the rooms all have an asian theme. It was VERY clean and the rooms were actually a decent size! The price was more than reasonable too especially for the area. The service was quite good too. The staff were extremely pleasant to deal with and helpful! The only problem I had was taxi drivers were not familiar with the place and there was no sign up with the hotel name, so they brought me to lan kwai fong instead. If you do stay here, print out the map and the phone number so the taxi driver can call them for directions, or tell them "gow yu fong" - i don't know what that means but the taxi drivers found it just fine after that! Highly recommended and will definately stay there again!! :]

    TripAdvisor Reviews Lan Kwai Fong Hotel Hong Kong

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Traveler Photos Lan Kwai Fong Hotel Hong Kong

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