The Empire Hotel Wan Chai
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Empire Hotel Wan Chai Hong Kong
The hotel had wonderful rooms and really comfortable beds. The all you can eat dinner buffet was delicious. The pool on the roof was also quite wonderful. Would stay again
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