Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers

No.20 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, China | 4 star hotel
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Yau Tsim Mong area of Hong Kong, is near Hong Kong Museum of History, Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade, Hong Kong Science Museum, and Hong Kong Museum of Art.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsSheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers

    Reviewed by yingmeichang

    Like a home away from home

    Reviewed Apr 28, 2014
    by (1 review) , United States Flag of United States

    On a work trip and testing out this new app

    Night view
    Hong Kong, Hong Kong

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

    Reviewed by andyeaton

    weekend in Hong Kong

    Reviewed Apr 19, 2013
    by (7 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    The hotel is excellently located but is pricey the laundry service is fantastic

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

    Reviewed by garyzgeb

    Awesome Hotel - Tiny Bathrooms

    Reviewed Feb 15, 2013
    by (3 reviews) Whitehorse, Yukon , Canada Flag of Canada

    Love the rooftop pool and hot tubs, and the colourful building lights on all the skyscrapers., Weird bathrooms. The separate shower and tub are in the same glassed in room. The shower is beside the tub, not in it; but nothing separates it from the tub.

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

    Historical Traveler Reviews Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers

    Surprisingly Good

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    This review should be taken with a pinch of salt mostly because my stay at the Hong Kong Sheraton was pathetically brief: the time to get off a plane, drive through the awfully crowded streets of Hong Kong, get to the hotel, order dinner 5 min before the closure of the kitchen, go to bed, wake up, have breakfast, drive back to the airport and board yet another plane.

    That said, my (brief) experience at the Sheraton was surprising to say the least. True, the lobby is characterised by the unmistakable sheraton/hilton/westin unimpressiviness, and the restaurant, the one I tried at least, was equally bland with unnecessary and unwanted American touches to it.

    After that preliminary bit of ranting, now comes the good part: the rooms. Astonishing, not in size of course - it seems that Hong Kong is still keen to retain the British flair by designing rooms with the same "generous" perspective as their beloved colonialists - but in design. In all probability the hotel was refurbished a few months ago at the very most, yet, one can't help but admire the attention to detail that went into the re-conception of the rooms. Particularly worthy of mention are the bathrooms: all glass, all sleek, all modern, all efficient, all jolly good. Indeed, by way of comparison, a few nights before my quick stop-and-go in Hong Kong, I stayed at the Four Seasons in Sidney - in another effort to deepen the pockets of those miserable American hotel chains - and, despite the fact that the hotel was, overall, of superior standards, I must say that the rooms were far more impressive at the Sheraton than at the Four Seasons.

    Of course, if you are looking for something truly special in Hong Kong, a hotel that doesn't have the warning "for suits only" splattered all over the entrance, and, of course, you are prepared to pay some sort of premium, then I, or rather common sense, suggest(s) you head to the Peninsula right next door. I had stayed there on a previous occasion and it is the apotheosis of traditional, yet over-the-top luxury (for a city hotel anyway). A small quartet constantly playing in the lobby, the ritual of afternoon tea kept very much alive - with far better results than some of London's better establishments, i.e. the Lanesborough, the fashionable lounge on the top floor, all contributes to a very impressive preservation of classic pomp.

    Great location!

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    We stayed at the Sheraton for a week and found the location to be outstanding. It's right on Nathan Rd., just across from the Peninsula, and is near the art museum, lots of shopping centers, etc. Taxis to the Jade Market and Night Market were just a few dollars. It was a short walk to the Star Ferry to HK Island so we felt that we had the best of both worlds.

    The hotel itself is very attractive inside and the rooms were state-of-the-art. Everything seemed to be new, spotlessly clean, beds were comfortable and decorations nice. Try to get a room with a harbor view as it is spectacular, especially at night.

    The bar on the top floor has a wonderful view of the harbor and HK. All of the chairs and tables are along the windows so you really can't get a bad seat.

    The breakfast buffet was outstanding with Asian and American food, eggs made to order, plenty of bacon, sausage, pastries, wonderful fresh fruit and, my favorite, huge mounds of smoked salmon, which I ate with melon.

    Great staff---very friendly and they had a Lion's Dance for us during Chinese New Years.

    Will definitely stay here again

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    We had a deluxe habour-view room on the 11th floor. The check-in staff asked if we wanted to upgrade to a deluxe from a standard for US $30 extra a day ("you get extra 1/5 more space"). So we upgraded and it was worth it.

    The deluxe room was roomy and the bathroom was absolutely the best! The entire sink area was glass and it had an walk-in shower. There were 2 sinks in the bathroom, a separate bath, and 2 shower-heads w/massage functions. I feel the bathroom itself was worth the upgrade.

    The view of the harbour was beautiful. Overall sevice was excellent. Breakfast buffet was satisfactory although a little crowded at times.

    We would definitely stay at Sheraton Hong Kong again.

    Modern Hotel with Great Location

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    We stayed at the Sheraton HK for six nights in March 2005. We thought it was a terrific place to stay for those who want a great location with a full service hotel. The standard King room we got was well sized for a city hotel, although they stuck us in the back tower with no view. We weren't in the room much anyhow.

    The hotel has been renovated and all the rooms have been redone with modern amenities and fixtures. We loved the look and appreciated the new furnishings.

    We only had drinks in the lobby lounge one night so I can't comment on the restaurants. We took full advantage of the gym and outdoor pool & spa. The gym was on a small side but that may have been b/c it was it was crowded. The rooftop pool, which is heated, was heavenly and provides a nice view of the harbor & HK island.

    The subway is only a few steps away and you can't beat the Tsim Ja Tsui location, if you're a tourist at least!

    One off-beat recommendation in HK: go to the new HK history museum - it is well done and a great break from all the shopping.

    " Absolutely Perfect "

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    We stayed here for 10 nights 9th to 19th Feb 2005. We booked a standard

    harbour view room, ver nice but a bit too small, so we upgraded to a

    deluxe harbour view room for $100 hk dollars per night, this gave us an

    extra 5 square meters & larger bathroom ( 2 basins ) it was well worth it

    to us, as we were holidaying with 2 other couples & at times the 6 of us

    would gather in our room for pre dinner drinks etc.

    Magnificent harbour views, Room, Staff, Service, Pool, nothing to complain

    about at all. Buffet breaky downstairs was nice, but busy. Breaky upstairs

    was more to my liking, buffet continental & ala carte Bacon & eggs etc,

    a lot more intimate & cheaper.

    The bathroom has the best shower I have ever had. Fantastic !!

    Two shower heads adjustable to your liking, massage etc. Very Nice !!

    Bed - comfy king size, ( gowns & slippers, toothbrush & toothpaste, shampoo & conditioner, mouthwash, moisturiser etc all provided )

    Saves a lot of bathroom packing.

    Recommend to pack cases lightly, as you can shop till you drop

    Recommend visiting pub downstairs called ' someplace else '

    has a happy hour 2 for 1 drinks & nice music.

    The Wine Bar on the Top floor has the best views.

    A great hotel, in a great location. I highly recommend you staying there.

    We would stay there again.

    Wow ! Best view of Hong Kong

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    One of the best Hotel in Hong Kong. Spend the extra money and get the Harbor View. Even the bath room has a view. Can't go wrong here.

    A great hotel!

    from

    We stayed at the Sheraton in Kowloon from Feb. 5-12, 2005. What a fantastic hotel! The location was perfect - right on Nathan Road, across the street from an MTR subway station and within a 5-min walk to the Star Ferry. The Sheraton was recently renovated and looks brand new! The entire staff was very professional and courteous. The rooms have lots of neat amenities, such as the steam-free mirror and TV speaker feed-thru in the bathroom. The breakfast buffet in The Cafe restaurant was great - everything from dim sum to an omelette station. We wholeheartedly recommend this hotel to anyone traveling to Hong Kong!

    Great hotel

    from

    This hotel has the best location in Hong Kong, right next door to the Peninsula. The rooms are extremely comfortable and well arranged with lots of space for luggage. Great staff and service, more like a 5 star hotel in USA. Fantastic rooftop pool and spa, and excellent health club (complimentary).

    Just fantastic hotel ever!!

    from

    OK, this hotel is just great, everything was just perfect except the room is rather small, but it's hongkong, you know.

    The room was excellent, it was clean and decent. and we had a room with a "full habour view" which was panoramic view of the hong kong island and the victoria habour, just great,, especially at night. the bed is just comfy and a lot of cushions and pillows..

    And the bathroom was my favorite place in this hotel. there are shower booth and tub seperatly.. very clean and everything is shining.

    Service was excellent, too. we had new towels and bathrobes everyday,, and we had welcome fruit service which was fresh and good..

    I will definitely choose this hotel again!!

    Loved the porter service

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    stayed at the hotel for one night, the porter staff are really good, better then any USA hotel i have stayed in, they take your bags from the taxi without asking and deliver up to your room, Excellent service.

    checked in and was upgraded to a club room on the top two floors, with this room you get free Breakfast on the top floor over looking Victoria harbor Breathtaking view, breakfast was nice but you really cant go past the buffet breakfast at the Sheraton Singapore I have not received a better breakfast anywhere.

    Room was nice but a bit small, fine for just me. At request staff allowed me a late check out at 3pm very handy as my flight was not till late that night.

    I will certainly stay at this hotel again very nice and with excellent service.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Hong Kong

    Hong Kong work trip

    A travel blog entry by yingmeichang on Apr 28, 2014

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    Away on a work trip in HK. Having a quick drink and some food up at the sky lounge of Sheraton.

    Hong Kong - Part One, the Crawl

    A travel blog entry by mel-and-emma

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    ... as the waitress didn’t speak English (must be the only one!) Mel opted for one choice and I opted for the other. It is quite exciting to point at the menu and see what you end up with! As it turns out, one was lamb shank with potatoes and the other was beef with rice. Three course meal over, we felt it only appropriate to walk off the calories and somehow we ended up in Elements – one of the most luxurious malls in Hong Kong. It felt like we were walking ...

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