Regal HongKong Hotel
What We Love
- A chic and central five-star hotel with a rooftop pool, including breakfast, discounts and moreHaving the boutiques and shops of Causeway Bay just minutes away from your hotel
- Indulging in afternoon tea, washed down with specialty cocktails, in the chic Tiffany Lounge
- Hitting the sunbathing deck by the fabulous rooftop pool
What To Know
- There's a patisserie on-site for those with a sweet tooth
- The state-of-the-art gym will keep fitness fiends happy
- There are three restaurants serving Italian, Cantonese and Southeast Asian fare
In a city where hotels get bigger, glossier and more over-the-top each and every year, Regal HongKong Hotel is a shimmering five-star tower in the heart of shopping paradise, Causeway Bay, that still manages to dazzle and satisfy the most demanding and style-conscious Hong Kong visitors.
Complete with glaminteriors and awe-inspiring views across Victoria Harbor, this city gem has it all: a state-of-the-art gym, an outdoor rooftop pool and a patisserie for sweet treats. Add to the mix great restaurants for Italian, Cantonese and Southeast Asian cuisine, plus a chic lounge for afternoon tea and cocktails, and there’s more than enough to keep you entertained.
Inviting these sleek digs might be, but you’ll want to tear yourself away from them eventually. After all, the hotel also boasts one of the best addresses in town, which means Hong Kong’s star attractions – and shops – are right on your doorstep.
There’s a Baroque-style décor theme running through each of the 481 statement-making rooms and suites. The spacious and supremely elegant Deluxe room has a comfortable queen-sized or two twin beds, low lighting, carpeted flooring, large windows and a well-sized bathroom with a separate bathtub and shower.
If it’s gourmet food you’re after, palate-pleasing spots include Alto 88 for contemporary Italian cuisine, Regal Palace for award-winning Cantonese fare, and Rivoli Café for Southeast Asian and international cooking. For day-to-night chilling, the chic Tiffany Lounge serves light snacks, cocktails, Scotch and Japanese whiskeys and afternoon teas, while the lobby-based Regal Patisserie is perfect for on-the-go pastries, cakes, salads and sandwiches. Round-the-clock room service is also available.
You’ll be right in the heart of Causeway Bay, the champion of the Hong Kong shopping scene that delights with endless shopping centers, upscale boutiques, department stores and market stalls. After draining your wallet around Lee Gardens, Hysan Place, Times Square and Fashion Walk, must-dos include riding the Peak Tram to the 1,805-foot summit of Victoria Peak, hopping aboard the iconic Star Ferry for knock-out views of the Hong Kong Island coastline, and having a flutter at the Happy Valley races. Further city thrills include shopping for curios at a Temple Street Night Market, relaxing at Victoria Park, marveling at the 15,000-plus ancient treasures at the Hong Kong Museum of Art and gazing in wonder at the 202-ton Tian Tan Buddha.
How to Get There
The marketing manager was very friendly, responsive, and professional. The room was clean, and air conditioner worked fine. The location was very close to the major shopping district. The shuttle to and from the airport was timely operated.
Thank you for the free upgrade to club room. Generally the room is good. But just to highlight, we notice that the check in counter staff lacking in attitude, putting on a sulky face, and unfriendly. I'm not sure if they are overstretched, this is the area that i think that you should look into and improve upon so that to give guests a welcoming feel.
Stayed for 2 nights at close to SGD280 per night. At the rate you'll be paying, much better off staying elsewhere. Far from a 5 star hotel.
First, there's no lounge / waiting area for one to sit. My travel companion had to stand at the lobby for more than an hour. The cafe on the ground floor imposes a minimum spend. Second, check-in too an extremely long time. There were only two counters, and a queue of 5 to 6 people took over an hour.
Granted, the room has two large queen beds and was more than spacious. But the room was dated, and so was the bathroom - no detachable shower and tap was a little mouldy-looking.
Have to say though, great concierge as they went out in the rain to flag taxis for the guests.
Certainly not a 5-star experience.
Room was old. The faucets have detached from the sink. The towels have hair. Internet is only limited to 2 devices. We weren’t informed of this ahead of time and wanted to charge a ridiculous amount for a third device. They didn’t apologize or offer to help!
The Regal Hong Kong must have once been the "Jewel in the Crown" for the Hotel Chain.However whilst it is still a very good hotel, there were minor signs of wear & tear in our room e.g The toilet seat in our Executive Suite was broken & it wouldn't lift up. It took 3 days & 5 people to fix it. The Nepresso Machine didn't work & despite reporting, it wasn't replaced, the spa bath didn't work & the titles around the large spa bath were "No Gapped" up with silastic gunk.
Besides those little hiccups the 8 day stay went well. Would I recommend the Regal Hotel Hong Kong? The answer is yes, however to be an authentic 4/5 Star Hotel there needs to be a spruce up. The Hotel cannot survive on location, location, location although it is a GOOD LOCATION.