Harbor Grand Hong Kong
- Room Type : Deluxe harbour view
- Stay Nights : 1 night
- Stay Num : 1 person
"Harbour Grand Hong Kong" is located in the north corner of Hong Kong Island and offers the rooms with a panoramic view of Victoria Harbour. It is a 6-minute walk from MTR Fortress Hill Station, and there are lots of restaurants and convenient stores around the hotel. The hotel has comprehensive facilities include an outdoor pool, a fitness centre and 5 restaurants.
What does the hotel look like? Check out the entrance and the reception!
The hotel is a high-rise building alongside Victoria Harbour.
There is a big glass door at the entrance and the light stream in through the glass door, so I felt a sense of openness. A doorman is always standing there and will guide you.
The lobby has a high ceiling and a big space. You might need to stand in a queue though it depends on the time of your check-in.
There were big shining chandeliers hanging from the ceiling.
There is a concierge desk and an information centre in addition to the reception.
What is the Deluxe Room like?
The entrance door of the room is a luxurious wooden door.
I stayed at a deluxe room this time.
There is a King size bed and a working desk by the window.
There is a TV and a luggage rack, and you can see a glass bathroom.
The bathroom was divided from the guest room with a glass wall.
The bathroom was clean and tidy. There is a sink, a toilet, a bathtub and a shower space.
The sink was made of marble and looks modern and luxurious.
The shower space is in front of the bathtub, so it was easy to use. However, a divider between the shower space and the sink area is only a narrow board, so I had to be careful not to splash the water.
The shower head is an unusual style, but there was enough water pressure.
You can close the blinds when you use the bathroom.
There is shampoo-conditioner, shower gel, body lotion, toothbrush sets, a comb, a shower cap and cotton pads by then sink. You need to prepare shampoo and conditioner if you don’t like 2 in 1 type.
There is a coffee station under the luggage rack. There is a fridge, an electric kettle, glasses and tea and coffee making facilities. The fridge was empty.
Closet & Safety Box
There are some hangers, slippers, bathrobes and a safety box in the closet by the entrance door.
A safety box
The View from the Deluxe Harbour View Room
I was able to see Victoria Harbour from the room. The night view was marvellous.
Harbour Grand Café is a buffet style restaurant which opens for breakfast, lunch and dinner. You can enjoy a variety of international cuisine.
I had breakfast here.
The restaurant is spacious and there was a wide variety of food.
Bread, salad and hot dishes
There was a salad bar and meat like sausage and ham.
Sushi bar, dairy products and desserts
Nagomi is a Japanese restaurant which serves authentic Japanese cuisine such as sashimi, sushi and tempura.
You can enjoy cocktails and high tea at “Lobby Lounge”.
“Kwan Cheuk Heen” is Cantonese restaurant which you can enjoy a harbour view during the meal.
Le 188 ° Restaurant & Lounge
It is surrounded by floor-to-ceiling windows on 3 sides.
"Le 188° Restaurant & Lounge" offers a 188-degree harbour view from the very top of Harbour Grand Hong Kong.
A fashionable bar counter
It is recommended for couples in a romantic space where you can overlook the night view while drinking.
There is a fitness gym, an outdoor pool, a sauna and spa and a business centre in the hotel.
It is a 35-minute drive from Hong Kong International Airport and a 6-minute walk from MTR Island Line Fortress Hill Station. There is also a bus stop to the airport nearby. There are lots of convenience stores and restaurants around the hotel. It is a 10-minute drive to the Avenue of Stars where a Symphony of Lights, a daily light and sound show, is held, and a 15-minute drive to the Central–Mid-Levels escalator and walkway system which is the longest outdoor covered escalator system in the world.
Staff & Customers
All staff members who helped me were kind and polite. Guests seemed to be more Westerners than Asians. I saw many groups such as families, couples and friends in the hotel.
The hotel is located in the popular North Point, Hong Kong Island, but I was worried about transportation because it was a bit far from the centre. However, I didn’t feel inconvenience because there are lots of cafes and supermarkets around the hotel and it’s close to MTR station. The hotel has comprehensive facilities and the room is clean and luxurious, so I was able to have a comfortable time there. The view of Victoria Harbour from the room was marvellous, too. This hotel is perfect for overlooking the views both Kowloon and Hong Kong Island.