The Fong, the street immediately beneath the hotel, is the island’s prime entertainment zone, while heading a short way west leads to SoHo and BoHo, with yet more clubs, bars, eateries, and people knocking it back in the street. And this is also the Central business district, would you believe?
The 95 rooms and suites are very contemporary but with thoughtful extras like an espresso machine and goose down pillows.
The lobby’s quite chilled, with inviting sofas to perch on.
Eating and drinking
The building hosts numerous bars/restaurants, serving international cuisines, while Azure, on the top floor, is the hotel’s own restaurant, and very good too. Step onto the rooftop terrace for that Batman -The Dark Knight feeling.
Even by Hong Kong standards, this was a tight site to build on. You’ll need to head elsewhere for swimming or spa-ing.
Amenable and helpful.
Who stays there
LKF works well for business travellers who might need to do some entertaining, as well as leisure travellers who just want to entertain themselves.
As the only hotel actually in Lan Kwai Fong, getting a deal may not always be on the cards.
Pros & Cons
- Party party party
- Inner inner city