Sheffield, United Kingdom
October 3, 2005
The hotel was very clean, the staff courteous, and our room very large. It was L-shaped and just inside the door was the bathroom with plenty of towels, followed by a vanity area with a fridge under a counter, a large sofa, a desk that had tea/coffeemaking equipment, and a TV. There were large windows on two sides that overlooked the main road, but as we were on the 18th floor, we heard no noise at all. Our only problem was that the Western restaurant was closed, and as we were in a predominantly Chinese area, we could not find anywhere to eat where we could understand the menu. This leads me to recommend the hotel but not the area.
From journal A Day in Hong Kong