At the southern tip of Nathan Road, with direct access to the MTR station, and a small park to the east.
With nearly 800 rooms, there’s a lot of choice. Well adapted to work and play, they are all sleek and colourfully finished with plenty of natural light. The Towers occupy the top two floors, and represent the hotel’s pinnacle of luxury.
An escalator leads from street level up to the first floor lobby – think lots of traditional marble but also a rather neat internet café where you can even print out your boarding pass.
Eating and drinking
Hit the Sky Lounge at sunset, or rather before to grab the best seats. The Oyster & Wine Bar provides a similar panorama. There’s also a [node:170835] in the building.
The rooftop pool is fun, not least as it's screened from prying eyes in surrounding buildings. Iron pumpers tend to get distracted by the views from the fitness centre.
Engaging, concerned, and very dedicated.
Who stays there
The hotel’s familiar to the North American market, and increasingly so in Asia.
Guests staying in the Towers section get daily breakfast, access to the lounge, and a host of other goodies.
- Business travellers
Pros & Cons
- Right in the thick of things
- Always busy