Harbour Grand Hong Kong

Located at Causeway Bay near Fortress Hill MTR station on Hong Kong Island, the Harbour Grand Hong Kong is very well connected with major lines of transportation, making it it very convenient for guests.

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The lobby itself was very impressive. With the high ceiling, floor-to-ceiling glass windows and chandeliers, the lobby appeared much more spacious that it really was. I can imagine the lobby being able to accommodate quite a number of guests during the peak periods.

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After obtaining my keys, I proceeded to the lift lobby, and was impressed by the suspended glass fixtures that dispersed light, giving a contemporary yet opulent feel to the interior.

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I headed up to my room, which came with the Harbour Club Lounge access during my stay. The interior was a little dated, but stayed true to the spirit of showcasing traditional aspects of the Hong Kong harbour area, as with the artworks on the walls.

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The bathroom exceeded my expectations, with modern lighting, large mirrors, and a huge circular bathtub. The bathroom itself is separated from the bedroom by glass panels, but you can lower the blinds for added privacy.

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The hotel has an impressive gym, as well as an outdoor pool that provides superb views of Kowloon across the harbour.

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The Harbour Club Lounge is located right at the top, offering unparalleled views of the entire harbour.

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The furnishings were in need for some updating, but what I appreciated most was the deliberate attempt to not clutter the lounge.

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There wasn’t a dress code at the time of my visit, and guests can expect food and beverage for breakfast, tea and during the evening.

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Expect Hong Kong to come to life at night when the brilliance of the city lights becomes ever so apparent.

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The Harbour Grand Hong Kong is great for the excellent views of Hong Kong harbour, and while a little out of the way from the hustle and bustle of Wan Chai, Tsim Sha Tsui and Mong Kok, is still very well connected to the rest of Hong Kong by way of the MTR.

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