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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... You walk into your room and you are blown away the design. Then you get a smart phone to use during your stay with free calls back to Sydney. The bathroom is amazing and the lighting and views are gorgeous.
The Mira Moon is very new- they opened in November 2013. The story of the Mira Moon and the bunny logo is cute. I won't ruin it for you but, this is worth a stay.
I headed to the streets to look around and bought ...
It was then time to dash back to the hotel to prepare for dinner as we had plans with some of Wendy's old workmates who now work at an international school in Hong Kong. After meeting them outside our hotel we went for dinner in a Mexican restaurant near by. It was actually nice to eat something other than dumplings and noodles. Then we went for a drink on a roof-top bar called Wooloomooloo with panoramic views of Victoria Harbour.
... to take in the sites. I stopped by a Moss burger chain and picked up a couple burgers for me and Dan to try.
Later in the evening we went to check out Star Avenue. This is a walking path along the port with statues of famous stars (and cement hand prints). It was pretty busy for the time in the evening and the skyline was a great view! I love how the city always feels alive and is never really cold =).
-- Ryan ...
... LCL and all sorts of logistics lingo that only Dad, Uncle Alex and Steve will understand) but I work with fabulous people who seem very willing to help and I’m thoroughly enthusiastic about my role and the future of Learning & Development at Tigers. Sal just because you asked, my daily routine is as follows… I wake up and get ready for work, take the elevator down the 19 floors and walk across the road. I then catch an escalator up to the very ...
... The initial quote was about £100 each, but we got offered a group visa for £50 each as long as we enter and exit China together and stay in the same places - not a massive issue! They told us that it would be ready the same day, but we chose to pick it up the day after as we were going to be out all day. With that sorted, we could get get on with our day. We started with a spot of breakfast near our hostel. There were strange, but nice, ...