Regal Oriental

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

30-38 Sa Po Road, Kowloon City, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China

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Very Good

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Costs 26% less but rated 11% lower than other 4 star hotels

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Good For Couples
  • Families46
  • Couples60
  • Solo59
  • Business50
  • Smelly


    I stayed at the Regal Oriental on Sao Pao road. It's ok. The room was beautiful and the staff is friendly. There is a strange odor throughout the hotel though. It's a mix of garlic, dead fish and mothballs. The conceirge did not speak english. You have to take a taxi to the MTR station.

    I felt safe here but I would not stay again because of the smell and having to take a taxi. Also, there is no free airport shuttle, even though their site says there is.

    Unique Quality: They do give you free toothpaste, tooth brust, qtips which I liked. Had to flush the toilet twice. The minibar is adequate. Their internet cafe is expensive.

    If you do stay, carry the hotels business card with you as few taxi drivers know english. And make sure you say "Kowloon city" otherwise they will take you to the Regal Orient in Kowloon (different hotel).

    Directions: $25HK taxi ride to TST MTR

More about Regal Oriental

Pleasant hotel with a great service

by Ivod about Regal Oriental Hotel

Regal Oriental Hotel even not centrally located provides great service in reasonable sized rooms with all facilities need for a pleasant stay. Very helpful staff and well equipped business center.
Interesting typical Kowloon neighbourhood with parks, flower and birds market, temples, malls Helpful and skilled staff provide all info you would need.

Nearby Old Airport

by wathy about Regal Oriental Hotel

My co-worker helped me to book this hotel. It was OK except the heavy smoke smell at the first entry. Wondering if they are separating non-smoking and smoking room.
As I know, there is nothing around....

Regal Oriental Hotel

by easterntrekker about Regal Oriental Hotel

Located where the old airport once was , its a little out of the main . The room was great however with large comfortablr beds and a couple of English channels. Its only a $7.00 cab ride for two to Nathan Rd or Temple market. Hairdryer is in the drawer!! ( took me a day to find it!)
Baby sitting service
Banquet facilities
Business centre
Cocktail bar
Conference facilities
Currency exchange
Laundry facilities
Parking facilities
Room service
Room Facilities Air conditioning
Cable / Satellite TV
Mini bar
Modem/data port connection
Pay-per-view movies
Private bathroom / Ensuite

By Airplane to Chek Lap Kok...

by Enzo

By Airplane to Chek Lap Kok Hong Kong airport on Lantau Island (check out the amazing bridge linking Lantau Isl to HK Isl), from there it's very simple to take a taxi into town, approx HK$300. A much cheaper way is by train (MTR), fast and much cheaper, HK$80.
Hong Kong is a very compact city and has a really fast, efficient, safe and cheap public transport system.

To start with theres the excellent Mass Transit Railway (MTR) system, a network of railways - Kowloon Canton Railway (KCR) and Light Rail (LR). Theres also many bus routes, trams and ferries.
Taxis are everywhere, they are fast, easy to get and very cheap.
Like every big city though avoid rush hours between 8am-10am and between 5pm-7pm.

Forum Posts

Things to do in Kowloon?

by desertgecko

Hi all! My husband and I will be staying in Kowloon for 3 days as a stop over and was wondering what we could do in that time frame? We are staying at the Regal Oriental hotel in Kowloon City. We are interested in trying out the local food and visiting markets and shopping areas. I have also read about Victoria Peak. Is it easy to get too? Anything else that is a must see? Basically, we want to see as much as possible!

Thanks in advance!

Re: Things to do in Kowloon?

by swift33706

You'll love Hong Kong and the modern mass transit makes it easy to get around. We stayed at the Regal Kowloon which was very close to the subway. Most hotels will have a list of the different attractions that will keep you busy for three days. Don't miss Stanley Market either.

Re: Things to do in Kowloon?

by ViajesdelMundo

Three days is a reasonable amount of time to walk and take in the atmosphere and ambience of Kowloon/Hong Kong.

On Kowloon side, near the water, is the Peninsula Hotel which is interesting to pop into just for a look and possibly Afternoon Tea if you like. Near there also, are several museums and your hotel will be able to advise you about these.

Kowloon side is also best for shopping; you can walk or take the subway up Nathan Road to have a closer look at markets, small local restaurants, etc., just take a day to do that and stop along the way where your fancy takes you.

Across the water, which you will transit via the Star Ferry, is Hong Kong Island and where Victoria Peak is. Take the tram up the Peak, yes, easy to find. Also check into going around the back of HK Island to Stanley; a dif ambience; and also there are easy afternoon/day trips to some of the other islands, each is dif in its own way.

You should enjoy it immensely without having to be very structured.

Re: Things to do in Kowloon?

by picek

Mong Kok area consist of several 'market streets' which are short ride from Tsim Sha Tsui by subway or bus. Very colorful views - from fish to flowers, clothes and all that... you can spend one day whole if you really are into markets and details.

Another market I 'tried' was Tai po market, a smaller one but has most local things to buy. Has more local flavor as well.

Then there is also 'organic market' once a week, it's in Central and sells good quality stuff, mainly vegetables and fruit. I bought very nice tea seed oil there.

Beside, Hong Kong is very large (7 mio people) and there are plenty things to see! Parks, temples, skyscrapers, islands, heritage trails... historical stuff and all the latest.

have a look at VT travel guides, sure you can decide easier if you see some pictures and descriptions. there's a lot of info on where to eat and how to travel.


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Address: 30-38 Sa Po Road, Kowloon City, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China