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Video | Hyatt Regency Tsim Sha Tsui – Hong Kong

Jake Redman January 19, 2012 3


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On January 19, 2012
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Hotel Name: Hyatt Regency Tsim Sha Tsui
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Location: Kowloon, Hong Kong

Hyatt Regency Tsim Sha Tsui Hong Kong
Smog filled view from club level at Hyatt Regency Tsim Sha Tsui in Hong Kong.

The Room(s): By no means spacious, this twin room makes up for size-less-ness with comfort and exclusive club level benefits. The beds (or bed in a club king) are plenty comfortable to both lovers of both the firm and the fluffy. Amenities are typical of a 4 star hotel and include a large screen TV with a/v inputs for your video games and slideshows, in-room single cup neospresso coffee maker, luxurious bathrobes and plenty of comfort items to at least help you imagine a 5th star.

Service: Dedicated club-level service operates at a very high level of professionalism without losing sincerity.

Perks:  The lounge at club level is a great perk. Coffee all day, complimentary high-quality breakfast and evening cocktails all add to the allure of this premium floor.

Location: Just into Kowloon at the Tsim Sha Tsui metro stop. Near plenty of shopping and local flavor.

Overall: Service, comfortable beds and club level benefits compensated for the small size of the room.

Rating: 4 Hops (out of 5)

The Deal-How I got it: Was able to secure using Hyatt Gold Passport points. Miles were “earned” by signing up for a partner credit card. You can also check for hotel sales at Orbitz.com.

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  1. Elliot on January 26, 2012

    Hong Kong have always been smoggy. It’s not really a year round problem though. In summer you can get as much as 40km visibility with a pleasant southeasterly breeze. One thing for sure is, it’s almost normal for everyone to get respiratory diseases. Growing up in Hong Kong got me really bad allergies. But on the plus side, Hong Kong is an amazing city. If you are planning for a visit to Asia, make sure you stop by Hong Kong. Jake, great review. Great hotel choice either given Kowloon is frankly the best and the most convenient place to stay (not to live though). I hope you’ve enjoyed your stay in Hong Kong. Looking forward to seeing more of your reviews.
    Cheers.
    Elliot.

    • Jake Redman on January 26, 2012

      In my previous visits to Hong Kong I hadn’t noticed much smog. Where I was really stunned (and short of breath) was Guangzhou. Sunny days don’t seem to exist there. Kowloon (particularly Tsim Sha Tsui) was a great spot for us.

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