InterContinental Grand Stanford Hong Kong
- Room Type : Garden View King Room
- Stay Nights : 1 night
- Stay Num : 1 person
InterContinental Grand Stanford Hong Kong is located in the convenient entertainment district in eastern Tsim Sha Tsui and in Harbourfront, too. You can enjoy the view of Victoria Harbour from the Harbour View Room. There are also many hotels, shopping malls and restaurants nearby. The hotel is well located for shopping and meals.
What does the hotel look like? Check out the entrance and front desk!
The hotel building is square, and you can see "InterContinental Grand Stanford Hong Kong" logo from any directions, so it's easy to find the hotel.
A drive through drop off point at the entrance
The sign of the hotel beside the entrance
A doorman was always at the entrance.
The entrance seen from inside the hotel
The lobby and the reception is a calm space with a chic and classical atmosphere. You can find the front desk easily as it is just on the left of the entrance. The front staff helped to carry my suitcase.
There was a gorgeous long chandelier above the lobby floor.
There is "Lobby Lounge" on the right side of the entrance.
Ground Floor Elevator Hall
There were six elevators.
The interior of the elevator was mirror-finished.
Elevator floor button panel
Elevator door seen on a guest floor
Guest floor corridor
What is a Garden View King Room like?
The room door was stately.
You can open the door by inserting the key card.
Room Key Cards
There was a key card socket on the left side of the door.
There was a closet on the left side and a bathroom on the right side of the room entrance.
Evacuation route map on the door
The Garden View King Room gave me a classy impression with dark brown furniture and warm colour lights.
The guest room seen from the window
The king size bed was big enough to sleep alone. The firmness of the mattress was just fine for me, and I could sleep well with a soft pillow.
You can request your favourite pillow from "Pillow menu" if you would like to.
There was a telephone, a memo set, and an alarm on the bedside table. There was a plug and a travel plug conversion adapter, too.
There were light switches and a plug on the other side.
A TV was opposite the bed.
There was a smartphone on the table which you can use it for free during your stay. The smartphone allows you to connect free WiFi, free local calls and free international calls to 20 countries.
There was a wired LAN cable in the drawer of the table.
There was desk and chair, too.
There were some plugs etc. on the desk.
There was lighting above the desk.
There was a chair and a table beside the window.
The windows in this room face the courtyard, so I couldn't see a nice view. However, I could have a quiet relaxing time in my room because I didn't hear the noise of cars at all. The courtyard is just green and nothing special. If you would like to have a great view, I recommend that you request a harbour view room.
The bathroom has a mirror sliding door.
The bathroom has enough space. The bathtub is on the right, the toilet is in the front, and the sink is on the left.
The shower head was removable and height adjustable, and the water pressure was strong enough. The shower curtains were double layered, so it was really good to prevent water splashing outside the bathtub.
Shampoo, conditioner and shower gel were prepared above the bathtub. My hair felt great after using shampoo and conditioner.
Towels were prepared, too. Bath towels are thick and big enough.
There was a set of scales under the sink.
There were 2 free mineral water on the sink.
There was a soap and hand & body lotion, too.
Amenity was in the drawer of the sink. There were toothbrushes, razors, combs, shower caps, swabs, nail polishes, sanitary bags etc.
A hair dryer
Closet & Safety Box
The closet was on the left side of the room door.
There are more than 10 hangers, an iron and an ironing board, slippers, a shoe polishing set in the closet. There is enough space inside.
The Iron and the ironing board
Slippers and a shoe polishing set
There was a drawer for the safety box under the baggage stand.
The safety box needs to set 4 digit PIN.
It was big enough to put an SLR camera.
Minibar & Cafe corner
There was a cafe corner in the room. Instant coffee, tea bags, sugar, etc. were prepared. There were also charged mineral water bottles (free mineral water bottles were on the bathroom sink).
There was an electric kettle and an ice pail in the drawer under the fridge.
There's a good selection of items like red wine, gin, vodka, whiskey, snacks on the shelf.
There was a fridge, too.
There were some bottle of white wine, beer, cola, juice, mineral water, etc.
Start of the day with luxurious breakfast buffet
I got breakfast at "Café on M".
Inside the restaurant
"Café on M" is a buffet style restaurant. Most of dishes are western and Chinese food.
There was a live cooking corner.
Bread and salad corner
Ham and cheese
There were some Japanese food like rice, miso soup, and natto.
There were bottles of smoothie at the drink corner.
Fruit and yoghurt
There were various kinds of fruits and dessert, but I couldn't eat so much.
I ate omelets, Chinese noodles etc. Everything was delicious.
Relax in the stylish lounge bar
There is "Lobby Lounge" on the ground floor.
"Lobby Lounge" has an elegant atmosphere with gorgeous chandeliers.
There is a lion fountain. It is a classical and luxurious space.
Sunflowers decorated the lounge.
There is a grand piano there and you can enjoy live piano music from 15:00 to 17:45 from Tuesday to Sunday.
There is "Tiffany's New York Bar" near the lobby.
Inside the bar
There is an island type counter which are surrounded by guest seats.
There are lots of drinks in the counter.
You can enjoy various drinks and snacks in a lively and casual atmosphere.
Italian food, Cantonese restaurant
There is an Italian cuisine "Mistral" on the second basement floor.
There are Cantonese cuisine "Hoi King Heen" on the second basement floor.
Facilities in the hotel
There was an outdoor pool on the 18th floor. It becomes hot water in winter and seems to be available throughout the year.
There was a fitness center on the 18th floor, too. It seems to be available for 24 hours whenever you like.
There seems to be rooms and facilities for events and conferences in the hotel.
Hotel surroundings environment
There are many restaurants and bars at Harbour-front, so you can enjoy your meal while watching the scenery at the terrace seat when the weather is good.
Hotel staff & Customers
It is a luxury hotel, as expected the hotel staff served the guest in a proper way. You can check in with simple English.
I saw many different races such as Westerners, Japanese, Chinese in the hotel.
It is located in the eastern part of Tsim Sha Tsui. There are lots of hotels and restaurants in this harbour front area. A taxi from Kowloon Station is the easiest access from Hong Kong Airport. I think security is no problem. You can get to the downtown area of Tsim Sha Tsui in 10 to 15 minutes, then use subway etc. from there.
Around the hotel
It was good to stay at this hotel. I couldn’t enjoy the scenery from my garden view room, but it was quiet and I was able to sleep well without suffering from the noise outside as my room did not face the main road. I think it’s a great room for people who need to stay on a business trip. If you come to stay for sightseeing, I’ll recommend that you book a harbour view room. You can enjoy the amazing view as nothing blocks the view of the Victoria Harbour, even if you stay on the lower floors.