Need To Know
56, including 24 suites.
Double rooms from $159.07 (HK$1,240), excluding tax at 10 per cent. ⓘ
Rates include Continental breakfast, daily afternoon tea and evening wines. WiFi and complimentary use of Handy Smartphone are included; there's also a free laundry service.
The hotel is a smoke-free zone.
Edo Japanese Restaurant is closed until futrher notice.
At the hotel
Second-floor dining sundeck, laundry service, fitness room. In-room amenities: flatscreen TV, DVD player, surround-sound music system, free broadband, kitchenette with fridge, stove and Smeg microwave, minibar, Noble Isle bath products.
Our favourite rooms
All rooms are similarly styled and Starck-ed – light and airy, with the designer’s trademark white furnishings and a play of pastels on the fixtures and fittings. Space-wise, the luxurious suites have more to offer, but the rectangular Studio Twos feel surprisingly roomy.
Sturdy shoes for traipsing around vibrant Causeway Bay by day. Leave suitcase space for your night-time finery too – the HK crowd likes to dress up by night.
A covetable selection of Tang goodies can be purchased from the hotel – just browse your in-room shopping booklet. The hotel's ambassadors are your on-loan Hong Kong guides; let them know if you want to be booked into any of the city's restaurants, spas and other attractions. Guests enjoy special access to Hong Kong's hottest members' clubs, including Volar, Kee, Play and Duddell's.
Little Smiths are welcome: free cots can be provided; an extra bed (HK$600 a night, plus 10 per cent tax) can be set up in a Suite or Suite Plus; babysitting can be arranged with a local nanny. Over-14s are welcome in the restaurant.