Bishop Lei International

4 Robinson Rd, Mid-Levels Central, Hong Kong, China
(4 star hotel)
#43
Rank 43 of 286 hotels
in Hong Kong
Good (3.0 out of 5.0) 4 reviews
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Impersonal Service

Terrible (1.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on October 3, 2007

We stayed in Bishop Lei for 2 days from Sept 28-30. We found the place especially hard to find if you take the MTR and get off at Central MTR. The hotel is located up a steep hill and is VERY far from any MTR. The only good point is it has a free shuttle bus and a bus stop in front of the hotel. We found the hotel standard room extremely tiny, even for Hong Kong standards! We were not even given a desk or chair. The staff are very cold and unfriendly...we tried not to communicate with them much but rather find things on our own. They are no cheap eats around unless you want to eat at the Soho area. Overall experience was very disappointing.

Unique Quality: It has a reading room and gym.

Directions: Take a cab from Macau-HK pier.

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Best value on Hong Kong Island

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on March 6, 2007

Booked a suite room through Expedia, about three months in advance they dropped the price to really sweet level.

Great views of the park, Central buildings and harbour from our side of the hotel. Arrived on Christmas Eve; tried to get to bed with the strains of Midnight Mass below....woke up to a strange whooping sound which we later discovered was monkeys in the park below!

Room and service were all very good. Recommend the suites for the space and price when you book in advance. It's near the top of the mid-levels escalator, although they also run their own bus which can meet you from the Metro, and other buses run outside the door from the main areas of Central.

Only thing that was really annoying was the canned music running in the breakfast room over Christmas. Otherwise, the breakfast was also great.

Unique Quality: Great views towards the harbour. Their website really does not do justice to the hotel...

Directions: Up the street escalators, turn right at the very top....

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Incredible view at affordable rates

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on April 19, 2005

I stayed at the Bishop Lei for an extended weekend and it was a great experience.

Admittedly, the rooms are very small, rather old and unattractive. Hence, many people are not satisfied with the hotel. However, the one thing that makes this hotel a worthwhile experience is the breathtaking view from the room's large windows, which can only be matched by a few top-end hotels.

Facilities include a small but fancy gym and outdoor swimming pool. The latter provides a fantastic view across HK harbour, is an experience for itself and the main reason for recommending this hotel.

*** The breathtaking views make this hotel my insider tip for all budget travelers who don't spend too much time indoors and want to enjoy a top-notch vista for a relatively inexpensive rate!!! ***

Directions: Mid-Levels, close to the escalators and HK Botanical Garden.
I recommend to take a taxi from Central to get there in the first place. After that, the hotel provides free shuttle buses to major locations.

House at mid-level

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on March 28, 2003

clean and quiet as it's at mid levels, but it's a little far from MTR station which means accessibility is relatively low.
as a hostel, this one is rather expensive like $500 sometthing a night. so think twice before you go there.

Unique Quality: site at mid-level which pretty easy to have harbour view scene.

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Bishop Lei International

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Address: 4 Robinson Rd, Mid-Levels Central, Hong Kong, China

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Amenities at Bishop Lei International

  • Restaurant
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Room Service
  • Fitness Center
  • Business Services
  • Suites
  • Free High Speed Internet

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