Ramada Hong Kong

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

308 Des Voeux Road West, Hong Kong, China

8 Reviews

Ramada Hong Kong
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79%

Satisfaction Average
Excellent
13%
44
Very Good
39%
125
Average
27%
89
Poor
10%
33
Terrible
8%
27

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 41% more and rated 12% lower than other 4 star hotels

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Good For Couples
  • Families65
  • Couples70
  • Solo65
  • Business45
  • best to avoid

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    best to avoid this hotel, they charge 500hk$ as deposit per room ispite of full advance payment as a deposit for minibar and phone and when you dont pay they cut of outside phone access and lock the minibar. They dont tell this at time of booking. Service is generally poor and i found the people at front desk to be not so polite. I did not feel hapy about my stay.

    Unique Quality: no oustanding qualities

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    2nd stay didn't disappoint

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    This was our 2nd stay at the Ramada and we again weren't disappointed. While there were small problems, like them not telling us the shuttle to the city center was cancelled even though we had booked seats on it, and our room which lights would sporadically turn on or off for now reason (no joking, we are convinced the room was haunted), the room was clean, nicely furnished, and relatively quiet. We would stay there again if back in Hong Kong.

    Directions: Bus A12 from the airport stops within a block!

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    speak to me

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    I was billeted at this hotel. The room I got was a twin to be shared with my two other friends.
    The room was small with a small closet.

    The room was not cleaned by their staff.

    The reception area was a boring, with a lousy couch and only few pieces of furniture. No music was playing.

    I could not understand the receptionist at the Front desk. She/He could only understand simple English words.

    Unique Quality: A convenience store was just accross the hotel.

    No problem with getting a public transport.

  • Hong Kong hotels

    by

    The room we stayed in is spacious. It has 2 single beds, coffee table, cable TV (but only limited channels available), phone, built-in cabinet, mini refrigerator, electric water pot, bathtub and toilet. The buffet breakfast is very filling. It is beside the street and dropping off in front of the hotel is not allowed. The taxi still has to travel to the left side of the hotel to drop you off. They have a shuttle from hotel to MTR on a first come first serve basis and from Monday to Friday only. Just check the schedule with the front desk. Staff is friendly and accomodating

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    Got a super deal @

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    Back again in Hong Kong after 4 weeks i Australia I found a great deal on Ramada hotel on wotif.com (450-500 hkd p night). My stay was in October which help when I arrived late and found my way walking to the hotel from the MTR closest station, big misstake

    Hotel is located a bit of when walking with luggage otherwise its fine and a the closeness to the dried food market gives an "more autentic feel" to H/K (if thats what u want).

    Anyways arrived late got upgraded to a suite due to lack of rooms :)

    Enjoyed my stay and would go back if I find similar good price deal, a little far away if u travel first time to Hong Kong, for others very nice

    Unique Quality: Had a view but again to far from "downtown" to get any great views but big cealing to floor window had a great effect as you could look down from 27th floor..

    other things
    A nice spa with nice professional girls, decent price
    a small bar/nightclub
    resturant which i didnt try
    internet ofc..
    close to convience stores and good selection for tv channels (not great but good)
    and the roomservice very good price and effective

    Directions: Kennedy area

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    Nice Hotel

    by

    We stayed at the Ramada Hongkong, located in the Shuen Wan District of Hongkong. Its an old district of hongkong where you see many of the locals, especially the oldies reside. The hotel was quite nice. Rooms were quite small but very clean and soft linens. Shower was very very small but good supply of hot and cold water. Location was not so good especially if you are not very familiar with Hongkong. You must ride the tram in order to get near the city center. Too far to walk. No good places to eat nearby especially in the morning. But if you are looking for a good hotel at a decent price, this hotel will do. Hotel staff was very cordial unlike other hongkong hotels i've been to.

    Directions: From Shuen Wan MTR, take a tram which stops directly infront of the hotel.

  • cybertraveler14's Profile Photo

    A decent stay at a nice hotel

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    We enjoyed our stay at Ramada Hong Kong. The room was quiet enough and richly appointed. The bathroom was great, except for the small shower which was very very slow to drain. As many have mentioned, the beds were quite hard, but we still got a decent night’s rest. Staff were courteous and the location was fine with the tram stop out front being very convenient--just remember to save those 2 HKD coins if you don’t buy an octopus card. We also took advantage of the hotel’s free shuttle to HK Station one day, which was convenient. Having no real problems other than the shower drain, we wouldn’t hesitate to stay there again.

    Directions: From the airport, take bus A12, which stops a block from the hotel. Otherwise, the tram stop is right in front of the hotel

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    Great Value

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    Whilst a little tucked away in Shueng Wan on HK Island (west of Central) to the extent the taxi driver got lost (unimpressed), this 30 storey (hence the reason why I was unimpressed with the taxi driver - hardly a small hotel!) is great value at HK$480 per night booked through wotif.com (approx US$65). It's in the thick of the non-touristy part of HK Island - a clue is the fact that Dried Fish St outside your door! Thus hardly surrounded by tourists, but it is harder work to find a cafe/restaurant in the vicinity with anything approaching a menu written in English. But that's not a quibble with the hotel - simply provides a 'feel' for the location.

    I would highly recommend this place. If booked through wotif, whilst booking a room, if available you will be automatically upgraded to a suite. And whilst the rooms may not be of the luxury of hotels in Wan Chai and Central, the rooms are incredibly comfortable, lots of space (that extra room makes all the difference), all the comforts you expect, huge bathrooms, all the usual bathroom products etc. There are smoking and non-smoking floors - so select a preference if of concern.

    Spa, MTV Bar, small gym on offer. Buffet breakfast, if not included in room rate, is available at HK$60 +10% tax (in an odd little windowless room).

    Unique Quality: Comfortable, few Western tourists (seemed to be mainly Asian business people and tourists). I felt very comfortable in this hotel (even in such a big chain hotel as the Ramada) but the thing I really appreciated is the availability of late-check out showers. Not being able to arrange a late check-out (6pm too late), having spent a day in a very humid HK and a 10pm flight, the hotel has showers on the 5th floor available for guests who have checked out. They're part of the gym, so communal male and female (so if you're shy...) but so welcome having been out all day and knowing that a 10 hour flight was ahead of me.

    A whole gamut of public transport outside the door, including the popular Kennedy Town-North Point tram. But any number of buses will take you into Central - HK$3.40 for the City Express buses. Five/Seven minutes walk from Sheung Wan MTR station (end of the Island line)

    Directions: It's about 10 minutes taxi drive from Airport Express (HK$28)

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See the real Hong Kong

by TripAdvisor Member Netsmith

Just returned from a thoroughly enjoyable stay at the Ramada Hong Kong. Very pleasant hotel. Room was more like a suite with a view over the harbour. Breakfast was about £4 extra each but well worth it. Tram and bus stops right outside. Plenty of restaurants full of locals within 2/3 minutes. At only £38 a night per room it was a real bargain..

Promise Not Delivered

by TripAdvisor Member AustraliaBob

Stayed at the Ramada Hong Kong in October 2006 for 7 nights. Upon negotiation with the hotel prior to our arrival I was promised the Grand Harbour View Suite ($2,800.00 HK per night). Arrived at 10.00pm with 3 children in tow and was escorted up to my promised room. Once entering the room I was a little suprised to see 3 cot beds placed in the middle of the floor and the main bed was a fold out sofa couch within the same area. When booking I was advised the suite was a 2 bedroom + sitting area apartment. Paying $2,800HK per night I was not happy. After many discussions with the Manager my family was placed in a 1 bedroom + sitting area apartment for a slightly reduced nightly fee. I agree with other travellers comments in relation to breakfast (very average). A cheap option for breakfats is Dim Sum at the restaurant next door or 24 hour shop across the road which sells pastries, orange juice, fruit, etc. Overall the stay was OK.

very good 4 star hotel

by TripAdvisor Member billyboy1957

W. hill .N.ireland. Loved this hotel, big rooms (for hong kong) lovley bathroom and beautifully decorated rooms all kept spotless. Do not worry about being out of the way, just walk out the front door and use the most enjoyable mode of transport in hong kong the tram, very simple to use, central in ten minutes. The staff of the ramada will help you with any problems and are very approachable.

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Advise

by Fern10

Hello to everyone in VT land
Can I ask for some advise?
Myself and wife are thinking of going to HK 19th -25th November we have narrowed it down to 3 hotels Ramada Hong Kong, Langham Place Mongkok or The Park LaneHong Kong
What will the weather be like then and what information can you help me with in regards to the hotels i.e which one would recommend? Where to eat and approx prices on meals for two during the night

RE: Advise

by Vita500

Don't know much about these hotels but if you look two posts down below, you will find some comments on the Langham Palace.

Weather will be great. Rather dry and mild. The wind can be chilly at times so better bring a light jacket for the evening hours... as well as everything indoors. In HK, inside it's always darn freezing...

Prices for food vary a lot but you can easily survive on 100 Honkies per person per day for all meals including drinks if you stick to Chinese restaurants or places like Delifrance.

More info on my VT HK page.

Cheers,
Robert

RE: RE: Advise

by polartraveller

I wil go for the Parklane Hotel in Causeway Bay, located just off a the busy shopping area with lots of good shops, restaurants, also close to MTR station. In he morning you can go across to the Victoria Park for a walk or even join the locals in their morning exercises.

Weather in November very good, mid 20's, lite jacket at night. Cost of food all depends on what you want to eat, a whole range of prices as well, most Chinese food will be cheaper, western style steakhouses and restaurants will cost you more, on average I would budget US$50-80 for a good dinner for two.

RE: RE: Advise

by Sammyfloyd

Langham Place is a much newer hotel, and most people who have stayed there are satisfied. Both Langham (Mong Kok) and Parklane (Causeway Bay) are very conveniently located. MLangham Place has walkable access to Ladies Market, while Parklane has walkable access to department stores and mid-tier shops.

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 Ramada Hong Kong

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Address: 308 Des Voeux Road West, Hong Kong, China