I reached the hotel by taking a shuttle from the airport which cost me 100$. it was about 25 minutes from the airport.. they did not have a non smoking room available so I was put in a smoking room.. the room had a slight smell of stale smoke which was slighly annoying.. i was upgraded to the executive floor but I have no clue what was so special about it except i had to use the key card in the lift.. The closest MRT station is a 10 minute walk away mostly thought a covered walkway.. the hotel has a map till the MRT..
it is slightly far from the main tourist areas like Central, TST.. a good 12-13 stops away on MRT.. and at night if returning to hotel it costs 100$ from TST using taxi.. as MRT stops at 12:30..
I had a good rate so I cant complain.. paid 440 $ for one night not including breakfast.. which is quite cheap.. room size and bathroom size was decent.. bed was nice.. nothing to complain about really.. was on 23rd floor so was quite high as well..
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- Panda Hotel is one of the largest hotels in Hong Kong. The combination of our friendly service, approximately 1000 comfortable guest rooms and suites along with four highly acclaimed restaurants and catering venues with full range of business and leisure facilities, it makes Panda Hotel your true home away from home. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Panda Hotel Hong Kong
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