- Disliked: Staff & service
Accompanying they are not.
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In the city centre, Harbour Grand Hong Kong is in Hong Kong's North Point neighbourhood, an area with good airport proximity and shopping. Tin Hau Temple and Noon Day Gun are notable landmarks, and some of the area's activities can be experienced at Victoria Harbour and Wan Chai Star Ferry Pier. Looking to enjoy an event or a game? See what's going on at Hong Kong Stadium or Happy Valley Race Course. Our guests appreciate the hotel's central location for the sightseeing. It's also convenient for public transport: Hong Kong Tin Hau Station is 12 minutes by foot.
We stayed in the Harbour Grand in November, and were delighted with every aspect of the hotel. We had a harbour club room on the 36th floor. Highly recommend paying an little extra to get these rooms – not only are they on the higher floors (35 and above), but you also have the lounge access on the 41st floor, which is stocked worth complimentary drinks and food all day. From 6pm until 8pm you also get unlimited champagne or cocktails. The room was large, including a sofa, with an excellent view of both Victoria harbour and Kowloon. The breakfast was in the restaurant on the 41st floor (again another advantage of Harbour Club rooms) – plenty of choices for both local and western cuisine. There is also an open area terrace above the restaurant, open in the evening which is definitely worth a visit for the panoramic views. We used the swimming pool once – it’s in the shade most of the day, but a nice place to be after about 4pm. The staff are all really good, from the doorman onwards – very welcoming. Almost unfair to pick any out, but Queenie and Patrick in the harbour club Lounge and reception particularly went above and beyond. It is only a 2 minute walk to the MTR station, which is then 10 minutes in Central. Also very close to the Trams and buses. Lots of great restaurants within 10 minutes’ walk, including the Michelin starred Dim sum café Tim Ho Wan – great food for two people at £20!