After many visits to HK, and stays in large luxury hotels, the stark design simplicity of TUVE intrigued me so I decided to give it a try. I enjoy the random back streets of this crazy city and Tin Hau was a fun place to stay, and being close to the MTR within easy reach of anywhere I wanted in HK. The TUVE itself was design perfection: total attention to detail throughout, which is the hallmark of very best modern interior design. Understated and subtle, from the Bach in the elevator to the beautiful sheets, good quality coffee and soaps in the room. I really loved the wooden cube that opened to form the desk and amenities shelves. Gripes? Space was tight, but when the bed is so large it's a fair trade off, and there were only four coat hangers in the glass box cupboard, and nowhere else to put clothes so the gaping suitcase spilling clothes spoiled the minimalist luxe of the room. Also I smashed my iPhone on the polished concrete floor. And in an cold spring in HK I did long for a bath in my chilly room. But I would love to stay again, maybe in one of the larger wood lined rooms.
The Metropark Causeway Bay was in a great location close to the metro - great views over Victoria Park and the harbour. Very friendly and helpful staff who offered us an upgrade on arrival. Comfortable rooms - good size for Hong Kong.
Causeway Bay is a shopaholic’s dream with its busy shop-fronted streets and towering malls, the retail real estate is a rival to the likes of New Yorks Fifth Avenue and Sloane Street in London. Stay in our Causeway Bay accommodation and immerse yourself in shopping paradise.
Causeway Bay is a sight to behold when the sun goes down as the streets light up with bright shop fronts and neon signs directing you to more restaurants, shops, clubs and entertainment venues than the buildings look able to house. Enjoy the vibrancy of this thriving city in one of our Causeway Bay hotels and stay out late; Causeway Bay gives a new meaning to late night shopping, with many of the stores open until after midnight.
When you can finally tear yourself away from shopping, and your Causeway Bay hotel; head to Victoria Park for a little Rest and Relaxation. The Park is named after Queen Victoria and features a bronze statue of the monarch. The sprawling grounds of the park also house a swimming pool, sports facilities, children’s playground and a number of fountains and pools that you will often find filled with remote controlled boats.
The park could not be more of a contrast to Causeway Bay’s bustling retail centre, but the two rest comfortably side by side and both in easy reach of your hotel in Causeway Bay. The park’s open lawns and leafy grounds attract many large congregations including the annual Tiananmen Square Vigil held in commemoration of the Chinese tragedy in June 1989. The park also plays host to a large gathering of Indonesian domestic workers each Sunday, as they come together on their traditional rest day.