I recently spent two nights at the Hyatt Regency Tsim Sha Tsui in Hong Kong. The hotel was well-priced, well-staffed and lovely. It was conveniently located and I found it easy to get there and to get around from there.
The staff was genuinely friendly, as were all of the guests that I met during my stay. I felt comfortable and safe there, something that is very important to me, especially when I am traveling solo.
My room was on a high floor with windows facing Victoria Harbor. Here are some photos:
The welcome note was amazing – The hotel obviously researched my personal running history:
The bathroom had Portico toiletries (Verbena, not White Ginger!):
Nice view from my room:
The hotel had a wonderful Regency Club, where I had breakfast in the morning and appetizers and drinks in the evening.
Breakfast at the Regency Club featured a vast selection of both Western and Asian hot and cold delicacies! In addition to the buffet, you could also order eggs and bacon or ham.
Nice view too:
The evening selection of appetizers and beverages at the Regency Club was equally impressive and delicious.
I really enjoyed my stay at the hotel and wholeheartedly recommend it.
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