a traveler from Travelocity.com
on February 3, 2011
The Ramada hotel is not really situated as centrally as I would have liked. It was time consuming to travel into the centre of Hong Kong and across to Kowloon. However, the tram was very good value. The harbour view was one obscured by other high rise buildings and was of the container harbour, so not the picturesque views I had hoped for. The room itself was spacious and fairly well appointed. It had the luxury of having a lounge area separated from the sleeping area. The hotel consisted of a reception area and the bedrooms, no other communal rooms. The reception staff weren't very helpful. However, there is a shuttlebus to the airport. It drops you off on a side street, then you have to struggle with your bags unaided along the bustling high street to get to the reception area. the Ramada is by far the best building along the street. It is surrounded by a myriad of chinese stores, mostly with no english signs. Very ethnic. However, it was well priced and provided a spacious room fairly near to (a tram ride away at best) the more popular areas.
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