The hotel was fantastic. The room was extremely roomy and clean. The lobby had two espresso makers and complimentary buns in the morning. It is about a 5 minute walk to the MTR and a 2 minute walk to Nathan Road.
Thomas from Vancouver BC
Lodgewood the latest venture of Chinachem Group is a new contemporary boutique hotel and serviced apartment complex managed …More
We were having trouble finding a hotel that would accommodate 3 adults and 1 child for 1 night. In hong kong, the hotels are super expensive with no decent bed sizes. Before booking with Expedia, we called the hotel to confirm the description that was on the site. For example, on the site it said "1 double bed, 2 twins beds". It is misleading on the site. When I called the hotel to ask for clarification, they said that they do not have twin beds and that it should be single beds instead. Also, once you try to book it on Expedia, it only gives you the option of either "1 double bed" or "2 twin beds". To sum this up, the description should really be, "1 double bed OR 2 single beds". I would give Expedia some fault on this because if I chose to not call the hotel, I would have booked the wrong thing. So what ended up happening is that I ended up booking a king size bedroom and called the hotel back to ask if I could add a 3rd bed. The man said it was fine at an extra cost. When I had arrived at the hotel, the manager there had understood my accommodation needs (2 adults and 1 child) and upgraded me to a suite. This was really nice of her to do this and I appreciate the great hospitality. Because of this, I ended up not needing to pay for the extra bed. I paid a standard room on Expedia but had a wonderful suite that had 2 bathrooms, 3 marble sinks, 1 shower a living room area that had a couch and was separate from the king size bedroom.
Located in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui and nuzzled amidst the bustling nightlife of Knutsford Terrace, only a 5-minute walk …More
Chose this hotel as I wanted to stay somewhere different (usually stay in Kowloon). Only a one night stay as I was passing through, but wish I could have stayed at this hotel longer! It was a haven from the chaos outside, brilliant air-con too which was essential as it was about 40c degrees outside. The decor is "unique" but quite fun, although the couch isn't comfortable the bed was. Staff were super helpful and nothing was too much trouble, also upgraded me to a one bedroom suite. Free wine in the evening was a nice bonus too. Can't wait to come back.
James from Melbourne, Australia
JIA, Hong Kong's hippest hotel has breathed new life and style into the city's buzzing Causeway Bay area. The first boutique …More