Royal Park Hotel

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8 Pak Hok Ting Street, Sha Tin
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The Royal Park Hotel is connected via skywalk to one of Hong Kong's biggest shopping and entertainment complexes and by covered walkway to the train. read more
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Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel

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1 Castle Peak Road, Castle Peak Bay, Tuen Mun
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Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel is 33 km or about a 35-minute drive from Hong Kong International Airport, and about 30 minutes from downtown Tsim Sha Tsui, Tsing Yi, and Tsuen Wan. read more
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Harbour Plaza Resort City

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18 Tin Yan Road, Tin Shui Wai
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This New Territories resort is located near Kingswood Ginza Shopping Center and Tin Shui Wai Park. Another nearby point of interest is Hong Kong Wetland Park. read more
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My wife and I stayed here for 2 days over the New Years holiday. Overall we were very satisfied with this hotel. Location-wise it's a little far from HK airport and Kowloon, but this is overcome by the hotel's shuttle bus (to airport & Kowloon) for very reasonable rates. You could also take the public transport, with metro bus and MTR train station literally outside the hotel entrance. We were quite impressed with the size of this resort hotel -- 2 towers and total of about 1100 rooms! The hotel was very affordable for its class (it had a 5-star feel to it). The hotel staff was friendly, courteous and very helpful. In fact, they helped us with directions, train/bus routes info, planning some sightseeing activities, and booking a guided sightseeing tour for us. The only "complaint" we had was with the flush in our bathroom. We got a room on the 21st floor of Tower 1, and the toilet flush handle had to be worked a few times before it would flush properly. We complained once and the housekeeping came and fixed it, but even after that, we had to put some effort to get the flush to work properly. We figured that's how their flush worked, so we didn't take the matter any further. But other than that one issue, we had a great experience here.
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Jan 3rd, 2008
L'hotel Nina et Convention Centre

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8 Yeung Uk Road, Tsuen Wan
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Facing the waterfront in the Tsuen Wan district, this Hong Kong hotel is a 5-minute walk from the Citywalk and Discovery Park shopping malls, as well as an MTR rapid-rail station. Buses stop right outside the hotel. read more
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Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Sha Tin

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New Territories, Sha Tin
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This family-friendly hotel is located in the suburbs, close to Chinese University of Hong Kong, Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery, and Sha Tin Race Course. read more
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Royal View Hotel

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Ting Kau, Tsuen Wan
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Situated near the airport, in Tsuen Wan, this hotel is close to Tsing Ma Bridge, Kap Shui Mun Bridge, and Citistore. Area attractions also include Hong Kong Disneyland and Tai Mo Shan Country Park. read more
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Noah's Ark Resort

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33 Pak Yan Road, Ma Wan, Ma Wan
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Situated near the airport, this resort is close to Kap Shui Mun Bridge, Hong Kong Disneyland, and Tsing Ma Bridge. Local attractions also include Inspiration Lake Recreation Centre. read more
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I recently (end of November, 2011) made a reservation for my brother-in-law, his wife, and 4 children (aged 16, 14, 13 and 11) to stay at Noah's Ark during a 4-night visit to Hong Kong. We opted for the 4-person dormitory-style accommodation and booked two interconnecting units. Their feedback was that the word 'dormitory'-style is not flattering for what is essentially very clean, comfortable, well-equipped, perfectly adequate accommodation. If you are the sort of snooty person who wants 'plushness' and spends unnecessary hours in your accommodation rather than going out to discover Hong Kong and its wonderful surrounding attractions, then I would be surprised if you didn't realise what the accommodation is really like! Anyway; they were very pleased with their stay there. One issue that they did feel presented the occasional problem was that there was no one there with a profficiency of English to deal with problems or queries; forgive me if that reflects a very English critical viewpoint, but most destinations in the world seem to recognise it as an advantage. The only other issue was 'access' by road to Noah's Ark. Although I am aware that the government-controlled road is not something that the resort can control, it surprises me that some form of limited alternative (taxi) transport cannot be negotiated to and from Ma Wan Island. (Connected with this matter was also the fact that finding the entrance to the accommodation was not easy, especially as they arrived quaite late at night and given the 'lack of English' situation. Returning to the 'access' logistics; it was not a problem to take the excellent ferry connection to Hong Kong Island, but it was somewhat inconvenient to have to use the the shuttle bus on each of the other days to go back to HKG airport to then pick up other transport to places such as Disneyland, the Cable Car Terminal to go to Ngong Ping, et cetera. The ages of my brother-in-law's children made it relatively tolerable to get about; but for those with younger children, consider your itinerary carefully before staying there. However, all-in-all, it was generally agreed by our party that Noah's Ark accommodation and the whole Ma Wan Island set-up was EXCELLENT!
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Dec 23rd, 2007