South Pacific

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

No.23 Morrison Hill Rd, Wanchai, Hong Kong, Hong Kong Region, China

4 Reviews

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  • Families77
  • Couples67
  • Solo67
  • Business71
  • clairegeordio's Profile Photo

    Good location in Wanchai, Hong Kong island


    We stayed in the South Pacific Hotel, Wanchai district, just off Hennessey Road. It is a modern, cylindrical shaped building, rooms were quite small, however they were clean and functional. The view was just of the tall buildings opposite, not great, but I didn't choose it for the view! We literally just slept here, didn’t have breakfast or dinner. It was a 10 minute walk from both the Wanchai MTR and the Causeway Bay MTR station and a 2-3 minute walk from the nearest tram stop.
    Take a look around the vicinity – there is a fascinating open fresh food market around the back of the hotel, quite an eye opener!

  • asianbelle's Profile Photo

    Executive Stay


    Due to the several on-going fairs in HK and China, it was very difficult to book a hotel room. We were fortunate to stumble upon the only available room at South Pacific which is its Executive Suite.

    We were given a room on the 12th floor with the view of the hill, Queen Elizabeth Stadium, highway, and several high-rise buildings. The room has a walk-in closet, living room, twin beds and several other facilities like safety deposit box, coffee-tea maker, 2 television sets, ref with mini-bar, hair dryer, bath tub, toiletries, etc.

    Unique Quality: There were 3 things that really impressed me: the pull-out bed from the living room sofa that converts into a double bed; the electronic bidet/faucet; and the mirror that leaves a portion “unsteamed”.

    A continental buffet breakfast at the 26th floor with a view of Victoria Peak and Happy Valley Racecourse is part of the room amenities.

    Directions: From the airport, take Citybus A11 (HK$40 per pax) upto Morrison Hill stop. You won’t miss it as the bus’ PA system announces the hotel name. From the bus stop, walk 2 short blocks along Morrison Hill Road.

  • bryINpoland's Profile Photo

    South Pacific Hotel


    We were pretty stoked about the South Pacific Hotel. Great location on Hong Kong Island, just a short walk from Causeway Bay MTR. Located in the Wan Chai District on Morrison Road, it was within a short walk to Times Square, Wan Chai Ferry Pier, and the other major attractions in the area.

    The rooms were always clean, and we had a great view of the Happy Valley Race Course. The hotel has 28 floors and 272 rooms., 2 restaurants, a VIP Lounge on its 28th floor, business center, room service, and most importantly, Satellite TV.

    If looking for an affordable Hotel, within the Wan Chai District on Hong Kong Island, then i recommend the South Pacific Hotel.

  • seinfeld's Profile Photo

    sweet hotel in the middle of some good action


    this hotel is run by china is new clean smart close to good sights,shopping rugby 7s horse racing and good eating.if you know h.k. island and not scared of 2 storey trams with no suspension this is a good place to stay.

    Unique Quality: aust $60 per night you cant stay in australia for under $100 per night.great views 1st class restaurant and the staff were great but not speak much english.

    Directions: hop off the star ferry go to main streets where the trams run head towards the left towards north point on the happy valley tram and it passes the hotel15 minutes down the track

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by I-Believe-I-Can-Fly

During my 2 visits in Hong Kong, shopping were always on the top of my agenda. Here are some "extra ordinary" shopping activities that I will always smile while I recall...

"Louis Vuitton's Hunting (1995)"

Suani has already flown back from Cairns. I met her, Larry and Anthony in MTR underground station in Central. Since we all hold foreign passports, we hoped we could get LV products more easily. The products were very exclusive in Hong Kong, and I heard that they didn't sell to local Hongkongers. What a pity!!

We visited all the 5 LV's stores in Hong Kong since not every stores would like to sell to all of us the items we wished to buy. They said the products were out of stocks and the only one left was for displaying. But we noticed they had the products on their drawers or cupboard.

Up to now I still had no idea why the shopkeepers were so rude and unfriendly to their customers. They treated all customers like thieves!

"Shop Till My Pocket Really Drop (1995)"

Anthony took a day off so we were ready to explore the city shopping complexes. We were on the going from dawn until past dusk.

Since most shopping complexes were in the full swing around 10am, we spent the morning in wet market.

We went to major department stores in Causeway Bay and Central. We then moved on to Admiralty to give a visit to Pacific Place for buying a camera.

Before crossed to Kowloon peninsula to Tsim Sha Tsui area at the late afternoon, I had to call Citibank to adjust my card limit. After faxed several papers from Anthony's office, here we were... continueing our shopping activities.

We ended our shopping day by visiting the lively Nathan Road.

"Browsing Bustling Night Markets (1995)"

Anthony and I agreed to meet at MTR underground station in Central. This time we would like to explore the night markets. Wow... I could not wait any longer since I heard that night markets is the best place for bargain stuffs.

From 6pm onwards, Temple Street is given over entirely to pedestrians. Inexpensive men's T-shirts, jeans, sweaters and sportwears are the main items for sale. Also, it is a popular place for fortune-teller and impromptu Chinese opera performances.

Street markets are lively aspects of Hong Kong. The stalls on Tung Choi Street in Mong Kok which known as Ladies Market sells everything from ladies' clothes to jeans, shoes and accessories.

"Bargain Shopping Till I Almost Collapsed (2000)"

Tired and sleepy from our trip to Shenzhen and Macau, I promised myself to take some sleep soon after we reached our hotel. Checked in South Pacific Hotel during lunch time, we felt a little bit starving. Soon after stored our luggages, Jeny, Lita and myself were going to Times Square, Hong Kong's most biggest shopping arcade, for having our late lunch. I heard from Jeny that Lita was upset with her this time. Since I was getting sick of Lita's bad attitute, I paid no attention at all of this situation. I didn't even know how the two of them get clashed. I didn't really care!

With a tired-body, I dragged myself to Sam Sui Po to join the girls for bargain shopping. Located near Hong Kong's old airport, it was quite far from our hotel room in Wan Chai. Again, MTR made it easy to reach; in less than 30 minutes we were on Sam Sui Po. What a wide place, with thousand of shops selling almost everything and anything. We were looking for clothes lots but turned out in stationary lots. After bought many items, we moved on but turned out in computer lots with many shops selling porn VCD. With the last efford, we found out the clothes lots that we looked for. The clothes here were really cheap but quality told the prices. Lita was very excited! She did a lot of shopping here. I was almost dying, walked for hours without drinks and breaks. I asked for a quick break but Lita disagreed. Soon after she fully satisfied with the shopping spree, we were on our way to our hotel. Jeny and I were almost collapsed.

"Last Minute Shopping (2000)"

On my last day in Hong Kong I still hasn't bought any gifts yet. I din't want to get in any trouble with Lita so I told her and Jeny that I would like to go on my own way this day. The girls still had a week stay. While Jeny heard that I would browse around Causeway Bay and Central, she spontanously chose to join me. And everybody could guess what happened with Lita, of course she chose to join us also since she spoke no Mandarin and Cantonese.

Most of the stores in Causeway Bay were still closed down at 10am. We dropped in DKNY where Jeny bought several items. I couldn't find any pairs of shoes I like here. We then moved on to Pacific Place where I bought a handbag.

We rushed to Hong Kong's Euro Christmas at Hong Kong Exhibition Center in Wan Chai. A very long walked to reach the "Heineken Stars On Ice" show. Personally I didn't want to watch this show but Lita insisted. Quite similar to the Lido Show but performed on the ice skating ring. Actually the show was quite entertaining, it's worth the HK$60, but Jeny and I were really tired and sleepy during the show so we tried hardly to wake up.

Another long walk to reach Euro Chrismast Bazaar. From the advertisement I read, it is said we will experience Christmas atmosphere in over 15 European countries. What we saw and experienced was absolutely different. There were many kiosks selling expensive Europe-made bric-bracs! Next time, never believe in advertisement anymore!

The time is running over me. I asked the girls to go back to Causeway Bay. We took a long walk to find out the MTR station. After walked for a while we still could not find out one. Blessing in disguise, we found out a huge shopping complex sold every thing you asked for. We bought many items here... clothes, bags, shoes... When we walked out from here, I had no more time and energy...

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South Pacific Hotel

by sweetgal


Could someone tell me what this hotel is like as I'm considering staying at this hotel?

RE: South Pacific Hotel

by agirlfmhk

This hotel is a small one ranked 3 to 4 stars. It is situated in Wanchai area which is close to the shopping mall in Causeway Bay. I believe the room isn't big. Most of the guests are coming from the tour in mainland China.

RE: RE: South Pacific Hotel

by Vita500

For HK's 3-star-hotels, rooms are generally small in size.
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Location is ok. Not extraordinarily convenient but also not too bad. Around 5 minutes walk to Causeway Bay MTR (subway) station and Times Square shopping mall.

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Address: No.23 Morrison Hill Rd, Wanchai, Hong Kong, Hong Kong Region, China