W Hong Kong
What We Love
- Sunset views (and sundowners) from the rooftop Jacuzzi
- Asia's first Bliss spa
- Signature 24-hour concierge service for custom suit binges and helicopters to Macau—whatever, whenever
- Clubby atmosphere with live DJs in the lobby and nightly parties in WOOBAR
What To Know
- Airport Express station sits directly beneath the hotel, connecting through the Elements mall
- Not all harbor views are created equal: some are of shipping lanes, others the Central skyline
- Wi-Fi is free in the lobby and pool deck, but costs $15 a day in guest rooms
- Special requests can be e-mailed in advance
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
W Hotel fans know the drill: energetic pop-art decor, cloud-like beds, party atmosphere, cheeky service, business with a side of fun. But what they might not be expecting is a 76th-floor heated salt-water infinity pool and Jacuzzi, still one of the highest in Hong Kong. Slightly surrealist decor with woodland motifs and dramatic lighting calms down (a bit) in the 393 guestrooms, slicked with greens, teals, and gold and butterfly fringed lampshades. Use your Bliss bath products in the slate showers or soaking tub. All in all it’s a youthful tonic to Kowloon’s usual grand dame hotels.
In the Area
Kowloon offers grit to Hong Kong island’s gloss, a dense mass of residential realness bulging with hawkers and salarymen—and some only-in-HK markets. The Star Ferry lets off in Tsim Sha Tsui, home to the Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Avenue of the Stars promenade, and the neon-signed awesomeness of Nathan Road (come back to the Jordan section at night). Pop into the Chungking and Mirador Mansions, hulking buildings hiding a warren of once-illicit shops. Northward in Mong Kok, you can find a feathered friend at the Bird Market, a scaly one at the Goldfish Market or new kicks on Sneaker Street.
How to Get There
W Hong Kong made this whole trip a long celebration for my birthday. Thank you Sammy and your W😲W family for the endless surprises and greetings throughout our stay. I was truly overwhelmed. - Juanito
You guys put the 😲 in WOW! Amazing and beautiful team!
Thanks also to Peters for helping me, dressed in an ancient Chinese costume to get to Mira Hotel in style... and of course to Keith for the white “accessory” for my costume! Truly W😲Wed!
We booked the cool corner room that has a great view of the HK skyline. Room is very spacious and stylish. We enjoyed the rooftop pool a lot on the first day to relax and the last after checking out. Overall a five star experience.
I was honored to be able to attend the wedding reception of my good friend last Saturday with fantastic service,lighting,food and beverage. The view was very beautiful. Special thanks to Kelvin,Keith for their meticulous hospitality, so I enjoyed the whole party very much.I will definitely introduce a friend to my side to hold a wedding at w.
I have always liked the W Hotel chain so when it came to celebrating my 11th wedding anniversary, we chose W Hong Kong when going to Hong Kong on holiday. Booked a total of 4 nights with wife and kids. We got upgraded to a suite with a marvelous view, the room was made out nicely to complement our kids and travelling plans. The rest of our stay was absolutely fantastic, and breakfast was very good too. Special mention to Sammy Yick, W Experience Manager, for making this stay in HK such a memorable one, she definitely went out of her way firstly taking in my feedback, but more importantly identifying some very important needs that a family like mine had, and also checking up on us constantly to make sure everything was alright, which made the whole experience so beautiful. W has always branded itself as a premium hotel chain providing a more bespoke, customized experience and this was truly what your staff in W Hong Kong embodied. I will definitely return.
Although I stayed just for a night, there are these little touches that made my stay so special at the W Hongkong. The customer service officer, Keith who helped me check in was aware that I was there for just a night. He made sure I was taken to my room along with one of the friendly staff who bought me into the room. Later they sprung a surprise mocktail in my room with a handwritten note if there was anything to make my stay more comfortable. It really touched me. In these days, where most of the things are the E way, a handwritten note meant a lot in terms of the effort undertaken. Its a pity I was not there for long to really explore the hotel. But loved the proximity to the Kowloon MTR and overall a big thumbs up for the W hotel, I would certainly be back here.