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 976 reviews
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Back Again and Happy
Stay Date: 04/2017, k l wrote this review.
Back at the Hotel Indigo Hong Kong Island again. This was the end of a 3+ week business trip. The staff is great. The location is great. The room was fantastic, it was a corner room with floor to ceiling windows. The quality and price make this the p… See more
Back at the Hotel Indigo Hong Kong Island again. This was the end of a 3+ week business trip. The staff is great. The location is great. The room was fantastic, it was a corner room with floor to ceiling windows. The quality and price make this the place for me in Hong Kong. Collapse
Short HKG Break, the Indigo's a High 3
Stay Date: 04/2017, PhTravelling_Guy wrote this review.
Needed to get out of town for a break. Japan was first on my list but a two full days stay felt too short for Japan. I eventually decided to go back to Hong Kong. I'd originally booked a harbor view room in a hotel along Victoria Harbor then decide… See more
Needed to get out of town for a break. Japan was first on my list but a two full days stay felt too short for Japan. I eventually decided to go back to Hong Kong. I'd originally booked a harbor view room in a hotel along Victoria Harbor then decided a city view might be better. And that is how I ended up with a Deluxe Room with 90 degree floor to ceiling windows and views of WanChai at the Indigo. It was, overall, a good stay. I like the design touches -- from the walls at reception and the elevators which change colors and almost seem to pulsate, the exterior cladding, the cantilevered pool, the art work in the room, the highlight of which is the mosaic wall. Having 90 degree windows and, hence, plenty of sunlight and views of the surrounding neighborhood are nice. However, the Indigo's too close to other apartment towers for the view to be considered spectacular, in my opinion. Hard product wise, about everything you expect from a hotel of this standard were present. Deluxe rooms have a Nespresso machine, which I didn't use. The bath towels were extra large, always welcome. The air conditioning worked well. The mattress was comfortable. WiFi worked well but, annoyingly, you had to log-in again after every 24 hours. Water pressure was very good and the water heater was fast. Stand alone shower with a rain shower and a hand held. I also had complimentary bottled water (2 500ml bottles). The min- couch was a nice touch. Full mini bar. In-room slippers, safe, iron, ironing board, bathrobes, even an umbrella and a canvas shopping bag. I also had a free use of a Handy phone, which is slow and, hence, just about useless. But the thought counts. Tip, the blue lacquer boxes on the work table and the basin area contain extra goodies, e.g. an electrical adapter, sewing kit, cotton buds, that sort of thing. There are niggles -- a. open plan bathroom -- I don't mind open plan per se but would have appreciated some sort of physical demarcation between the room proper and the WC. In other hotels with open plan bathrooms I've stayed in, the wash basin area's situated in the middle of the open space rather than off to the side. As a result, the wash basin acts like a physical barrier of sorts. Also the counter space in the washbasin was limited. b. No bath soap only a shower gel. Toiletries had Crabtree & Evelyn stamped on them but were manufactured in China by a hotel supply company. c. The control switch for the black-out curtain was on the side control panel of the bed while the switch for the shear curtain was on the working table (which is basically the backside of the bed). I found the placement odd and would have preferred that the 2 controls be in the same area. d. The control for the night lights was on only one side of the bed not both. The night lights automatically turn on whenever you hit the master light switch to turn-off the lights. If you're alone in the room and occupying the "wrong side" of the bed and you want a completely dark room, you either have to roll over to the other side of the bed or get-up and walk to the other side to extinguish the night lights. In short, each side of the bed having a complete set of controls would have been welcome. e. There's limited (almost none) space for personal items in the mini-fridge. f. The closet, which contains your clothes, and the bath aren't in the same general vicinity. g. Limited (very) drawer space for clothes and the like. h. You have to pull a lever to switch from the hand-held to the rain shower. That lever-thing was more unwilling than willing. i. With only 2 elevators, the waiting time for one can be quite long. Breakfast was fine. The spread was not as expansive as you'd have a right to expect if you were staying at a top flight 5 star hotel but variety was sufficient for a short stay. You can also grab newspapers -- SCMP and Chinese language dailies -- on your way in to the breakfast room. I do wish they offered the International New York Times. Staff were generally very good. I have no cause for complaint on that front. Finally, I like Wanchai. It's, as others have noted, a gentrifying area that nevertheless retains some of the grit and rough edges. It's fascinating to see a boutique clothes shoppes and pricey new restaurants below what look to be run-down apartments. Collapse
Hong Kong short break
Stay Date: 04/2017, Deltic55009 wrote this review.
Stayed for 5 nights after finishing a 2 week tour of China. Hotel conveniently located in centre of Wan Chai, easy walking distance to public transport, shopping, sights, restaurants etc. Reception on ground floor small and not very welcoming. We fo… See more
Stayed for 5 nights after finishing a 2 week tour of China. Hotel conveniently located in centre of Wan Chai, easy walking distance to public transport, shopping, sights, restaurants etc. Reception on ground floor small and not very welcoming. We found staff helpful and polite, but witnessed other guests with issues which staff did not seem to deal with very professionally. Corner room on 21st floor, attractive, good facilities, electric blinds, Nespresso machine, kettle, toiletries etc, all well maintained and clean. Air con good. Drinks in skybar very expensive but what a view. Collapse
My favorite hotel in HK
Stay Date: 03/2017, Benedicte W wrote this review.
Just spent 11 days at hotel indigo over Easter with my husband and two small boys. We have been staying at indigo 5 or 6 times in the last three years and we all love it. The location is perfect for exploring Hong Kong and the hotel itself has very … See more
Just spent 11 days at hotel indigo over Easter with my husband and two small boys. We have been staying at indigo 5 or 6 times in the last three years and we all love it. The location is perfect for exploring Hong Kong and the hotel itself has very helpful staff and lovely rooms. The pool is super cool with fantastic views. We feel like Hotel indigo is our Hong Kong home- can't wait to return B Collapse
Stay Date: 11/2016, Omar C wrote this review.
Perfect location for all your meetings in the centre of Hongkong, nice rooftop bar to relax after the day, pool.. i didn't try it yet... i hope next trip. Full of restaurant around. also quick transfer to train station ....
Perfect location for all your meetings in the centre of Hongkong, nice rooftop bar to relax after the day, pool.. i didn't try it yet... i hope next trip. Full of restaurant around. also quick transfer to train station .... Collapse
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