Head north and a few minutes’ walk takes you to the Convention Centre, head south and you’re thigh deep in Wan Chai’s rather unconventional (though tamer than it used to be) nightlife zone.
Of the 66 rooms (none are overly large, but you don’t really notice) it’s worth commending those individually targeted at men and women, with mini bars, reading matter and amenities tailored accordingly. All the rooms buzz with technology. Executive suites include a kitchenette.
Barely room to stroke a cat in the lobby, let alone swing one. The business centre is well furnished.
Eating and drinking
Cubix (the sole restaurant/bar) serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. But there is a wealth of choice within a napkin toss of the front door.
None on site. Though there are public gyms and pools in the area.
Smart and friendly.
Who stays there
Travelling executives mainly, but holidaymakers should have no complaints.
Check out the dinner party options (12 guests or more) at Cubix.
- Business travellers
Pros & Cons
- Small but perfectly formed
- Cabin fever