The Excelsior Hong Kong

  • Room Type : Deluxe Harbor View Room
  • Stay Nights : 1 night
  • Stay Num : 1 person

"The Excelsior, Hong Kong" which opened in 1973 is a 4-star hotel located on the waterfront on Hong Kong Island's Victoria Harbor. It is close to MTR Irish Line's Causeway Bay Station (Causeway Bay Station) 2 minutes on foot, the shopping mall and restaurant are enriched in the surrounding area. It is a group hotel of Mandarin Oriental, and the quality in the facility and the staff's reception are refined. 【Official website】 The Excelsior Hong Kong 【We also want to read together! 】 Hong Kong hotel 10 real accommodation notes

Check the hotel's exterior and entrance / reception

The 34-story hotel building is a white exterior wall with a presence.

When we entered the entrance of the hotel from the main street by taxi, it turned to a roundabout and we had the car beside the entrance.

When entering the lobby, there is a feeling of openness as far as the second floor part.

The front desk was crowded a bit in time, but I could check in without waiting so much.

Deluxe Harbor View Room Is your company?

When you finish the check-in, go to the room at once!

This review is the Deluxe Harbor View Room. And here is the executive floor.

The size and structure are not much different from the deluxe room, but it is located on the higher floor.

The king size bed is also spacious and comfortable.

The desk and chair that also serves as the working space, the window bench seems to be relaxing while looking at the scenery by the window.

There was space to spread suitcase next to television next door.

Clean bathroom

The bathroom is not that wide, but it was refurbished very beautifully. There is a toilet in the center.

A washbasin is on the left side, and a makeup mirror and glass are provided.

The right side is a spacious bathtub with a shower. It was partitioned by glass.


Amenity on the washstand was soap, body lotion, toothbrush set, comb, razor, shower cap etc.

Shampoo, conditioner, body soap was in bathtub.

Fulfilling cafe corner

In the cafe corner, the BAR was also fulfilling and had bottled wine, whiskey, snacks and snacks. There are also glasses and cups. There is also an electric kettle and a free tea set.

In the refrigerator there were a lot of juice, tea and beer.

Closet · Safe Box

The closet was big and the hanger was well prepared. Iron and ironing board are available, bathrobe and slippers are also available.

There was also a safety box. You can lock and unlock by entering a 4 digit code.

View from harbor view room

The view from the high floor was overlooking Victoria Harbor. It is a very good scenery.

6 restaurants

There are six restaurants in the hotel, including Chinese and Italian restaurants and BAR.

Cantonese cuisine Yee Tung Heen (Eaton Hean) can eat authentic Chinese.

A full-fledged Chinese cuisine is prepared with special dishes that combine seasonal ingredients. It looked good and the taste was delicious. I also recommend dim sum if I have lunch here.

ToTT's and Roof Terrace (Tots & Roof Terrace) is Grill & BAR located on the high floor of the 34th floor.

You can drink at the bar or dine at the table.

Various grill dishes are very tasty with a modern arrangement.

There are also wines and cocktails.

The window side seats can be enjoyed while enjoying the scenery.

It was a rich restaurant where you can watch a magnificent view of Victoria Harbor from indoor seats or outdoor terrace seats.

The Italian restaurant Cammino (Camino) makes me feel like being in Italy with authentic Italian and Tuscan style decor. For weekdays and Saturdays, an appetizer also serves a buffet style semi lunch buffet.

Café on the First (cafe on the first) is an all-day dining offering buffet breakfast, lunch and tea time and dinner in a buffet style. Asian dishes such as chicken rice, nasi goreng, pattai are particularly delicious.

Dickens Bar (Dickens Bar) is a British style sports bar. Drinks, snacks and meals are also available.

EXpresso (EX PRESSO) is a cafe in the lobby. There are snacks such as coffee and tea, sandwiches and salads.

Fitness center

The fitness center is on the 4th floor.

Besides the sports gym training, there is a spa, and a professional therapist massages. There is a steam room and a sauna, so there is no doubt that you can relax.

Executive lounge for members only

The executive lounge on the 31st floor is a special lounge for everyone staying in the executive room.

You can unwind in the Express Check-in & out and lounge.

The executive breakfast can make a quiet and elegant breakfast buffet.

Afternoon Tea can spend an elegant time here. We have all kinds of tea and dessert.

Evening cocktails have liquor with salads and snacks.

Hotel surroundings

The hotel faces the main street in front of the hotel, but after going through the alley and going to the MRT station a bit, restaurants and shops are spreading. People also walk a lot, so I do not feel like security is bad.

As it is a hotel along the harbor, there was a tourist sight Noundeigan when crossing the main street.


It is 45 minutes by car from Hong Kong International Airport, in the center of Causeway Bay, convenient for shopping malls and department stores. The business area can be reached in 10 minutes by car.

MRT's nearest station is 2 minutes on foot from Causeway Bay Station.

Staff & Customers

The staff corresponded very carefully when checking in and checking out, and explained the inside of the hotel. I am relieved because there are staff who can speak Japanese. There are people of various races such as Asian, European and American guests. Japanese people also saw it.

Room introduction! Deluxe Suite

Located on the higher floors of the Executive Floor, the Deluxe Suite is a luxurious room with a separate living room and bedroom. You can also enjoy a view overlooking Victoria Harbor and Kowloon Peninsula.

The bedroom has one king size or twin and it is spacious.

Bathrooms are also luxurious and can be elegant accommodation.


How was the Excelsior Hong Kong? The area around Causeway Bay Station was one of Hong Kong’s leading downtown areas and it was a convenient area such as a delicious restaurant, shopping, access to sightseeing spots from the station. Because it is Mandarin Oriental system hotel, both staff and facilities were refined. The building itself is still a bit old, but it looks like it has been refurbished little by little. The facilities of the hotel are also well organized, and a fulfilling restaurant is delicious everywhere so it will be a satisfying stay.