Hotel Indigo Hong Kong Island
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Set in Wan Chai, one of the city’s most historic and diverse areas, the Hotel Indigo - Hong Kong Island is an excellent choice for a break to the vibrant and iconic city. Wan Chai Metro station is nearby, and makes travel around the city very easy indeed.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Concierge Desk
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Mini bar
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Complimentary Newspaper
- Laundry/Dry Cleaning Services
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Cable/Satellite TV channels
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 903 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Very pleasant stay. Absolutely no complaints.
Stay Date: 11/2016, Tracy Y wrote this review.
This is my second stay with Indigo Hong Kong Island. My first Indigo experience was in September this year. Both stay was for business purposes and the overall stay for both times were excellent. The room rate was decent by Hong Kong standard. The de… See more
This is my second stay with Indigo Hong Kong Island. My first Indigo experience was in September this year. Both stay was for business purposes and the overall stay for both times were excellent. The room rate was decent by Hong Kong standard. The decor of the rooms were contemporary and very clean. Most importantly their staff's customer service is excellent. Highly recommended hotel. Collapse
Nice medium size hotel near a charming area of WanChai district
Stay Date: 11/2016, ccaappccoo wrote this review.
Stayed 2 nights at Indigo Wan Chai in late November. After only 3 years operation since new it is relatively fresh. It is a 29 storey building at the intersection of Queens Road East and Tai Yuan Rd. It has a Chinese restaurant named Rainbow, and a b… See more
Stayed 2 nights at Indigo Wan Chai in late November. After only 3 years operation since new it is relatively fresh. It is a 29 storey building at the intersection of Queens Road East and Tai Yuan Rd. It has a Chinese restaurant named Rainbow, and a bistro named Indicolite. The guest rooms occupy 20+ floors of the building and each floor has 8 guest rooms. The lift indicator shows that there is a Sky Bar & Pool on 29th Floor but I did not use it during my stay. It was noticed that 28th floor is not shown on the lift control panel. It could be a superstitious kind of reason but probably not, as 28 is a lucky number in Chinese custom. The entrance is on ground level with a reception counter and a small concierge section. There is a sofa which can seat a few people. Apart from that, there is standing space for may be maximum 15 persons, and that represents the entire lobby area. Despite the lobby's small size, checking in and out was easy with no queues encountered. I was assigned a room above 20th floor. The guest room is about 300 sq. ft. inclusive of a rectangular bathroom cum toilet. The view from my room is Hopewell Centre and Wu Chung House on the left, and farther away on the right, one can see Johnston Road as well as Citic Tower. The room is encased at the front by huge glass windows spanning ceiling to floor and the sunshades are electrically operated. Didn't hear any sound from the adjoining rooms and road noise was minimal. The room has a small fridge, a small electric metal safe, a 40+ inch flat screen t.v., a one seater sofa, a desk & chair, a small clothes closet. The cable t.v. channels available are not as extensive as one would wish, but that isn't a problem to most travellers. There is a standalone DVD player. One interesting point to note is that the price of a bottle of beer in the mini-fridge is only HK$18 i.e. around US$2; which is low for a hotel of this category. This pricing makes buying beer from a nearby 7-11 store redundant. The bathroom has an enclosed shower cabinet which has a rain shower as well as a hand held shower tube. The cold & hot water tab was easy to operate; just had to turn left or right for temperature control. There is one minor point ( not serious ) which is the shower cabinet door has a gap of half inch at the base, which did cause some water to spill out to the bathroom when showering. Breakfast quality was above average, and is value for money considering the price is only about US$23 per person, and each cup of ( unlimited supply ) coffee is freshly brewed. Breakfast is served at Indicolite which has seating for maybe 40 persons, plus a few more seats in an exterior open-air section. The Chinese restaurant is on lower ground floor opposite the main lobby, accessable a few steps outside the lobby front entrance, or via a passage on 1st floor. The food is good enough ( Cantonese style ) and the price reasonable for Hong Kong, around US$40 per person ( excluding wine ). The really nice thing about this hotel's location is that it is within 2 minutes walk to a newly developed residential and shopping area at Lee Tung Avenue, opposite Hopewell Centre. There one can find small shops selling cookies, tea leafs, non-mainstream parfumes etc.There are also numerous inexpensive small restaurants serving many types of local and international cuisine. If nothing else, this alone would be a reason anyone would want to choose this hotel to stay a couple of days in Hong Kong. Collapse
Stay Date: 11/2016, BooksNSun wrote this review.
Nice hotel. Beds are comfy, show is Great! You can purchase items from your room from the tea set to the statues. I bought the shopping bag as a great souvenir. Grab the Handy phone and download trip advisor and you are set to go exploring. There i… See more
Nice hotel. Beds are comfy, show is Great! You can purchase items from your room from the tea set to the statues. I bought the shopping bag as a great souvenir. Grab the Handy phone and download trip advisor and you are set to go exploring. There is a nice French bakery with sandwiches right across the street. Breakfast at the hotel has a decent if not lavish amount of choices. Staff are very helpful, but at times we exceeded the English of the front desk staff. The bar is pretty pricey but nicely decorated. Collapse
Location offers local flavor... Hotel was cool in more ways than one...
Stay Date: 11/2016, tansh wrote this review.
This was the first time bringing the kids to Hong Kong and I was looking to give them a reasonably authentic experience away from shopping-center hotspots like Causeway Bay and TST. In this regard this hotel's location in Wan Chai checked the box pre… See more
This was the first time bringing the kids to Hong Kong and I was looking to give them a reasonably authentic experience away from shopping-center hotspots like Causeway Bay and TST. In this regard this hotel's location in Wan Chai checked the box pretty well - the surrounding streets offered a variety of cha chaan tengs and local eateries, a wet market and shops bustling with local vibes, plus my favorite tram service was within walking distance which the children enjoyed (when it wasn't too crowded...). We also came across this Lee Tung Ave shopping strip just nearby, an unexpectedly glitzy find sprouting up in this neighborhood. Room wise we got a Deluxe King which was a corner room, the floor:ceiling windows wrapped around two sides almost completely, so provided expansive views if not for the fact hotels in HK apart from the most expensive almost always get views blocked by adjacent/nearby buildings. The bed was set in the center with a working desk behind the board, but the room still had space which was a nice welcome vs many other HK hotels. The decor added an oriental element to an otherwise modern glass-and-steel architecture, which was nice, unfortunately the manner the shower, toilet and vanity were laid out wasn't terribly practical, water would seep out from the shower to the vanity which was a safety hazard... the boutique-esque layout made it seem more suitable for single business travelers or couples without children. Probably the real letdown was the service, we arrived >2 hours after check-in timing however the room was not ready for us to crash in to after a long car ride. We did get the room after 15min instead of the 30min they said we needed to wait, but I have to say that was little consolation given how room unavailability was communicated matter-of-factly. The bell boys were helpful throughout however the front desk felt cool in comparison. Walking in and out both days I never really felt a connection to the team here. Nonetheless - the property does have its appeal and the price was reasonable for the space and the Indigo brand. Collapse
Nice hotel, bad reception servce
Stay Date: 10/2016, Johan100777 wrote this review.
The hotel is modern and new with very nice rooms and lay-out. Breakfast with live-cooking is good. The hotel is situated close to the center of the city. The reception staff is amateuristic, bad service, zero flexibility. Very difficult to get a tax… See more
The hotel is modern and new with very nice rooms and lay-out. Breakfast with live-cooking is good. The hotel is situated close to the center of the city. The reception staff is amateuristic, bad service, zero flexibility. Very difficult to get a taxi. Collapse
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