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After a great 3 weeks in mainland China, in a series of mostly great hotels that pampered and spoiled us, the Kimberly was a bit of a let-down; or perhaps a bit of Capitalist reality. Granted Hong Kong may be one of THE world cities,...More
Location: Quite good. Behind opposite street has restaurants, bars, etc. Walked a distance and there are malls. What I like is from the airport, there is this free shuttle bus service that you can board and alight right opposite the hotel.
Counter staffs - good...More
Just stayed 2 nights 6-8Nov in 20th floor suite.
Totally misled by the photographs in Agoda and Kimberley sites.
Suites on floors 20 and 21 are not renovated. Old, worn, cheaply fitted and the worst I had seen in my hundreds of visits to HKG...More
Well located and for Hong Kong a good sized room (if a little tired, but it is not trying to be The Peninsula) - but - let down by staff attitude and wi-fi (lack thereof)
Front desk and breakfast buffet teams need enlightenment that paying...More
We recently stayed at the Kimberley, great location in Kowloon for easy access to Shopping strips, cafes, bars, MRT and other transport options. This is a big plus.The room was very comfortable, with TV, lots of complimentaries ie. combs, toothbrushes and paste, and slippers.
US$69 - US$177 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#131 Luxury Hotel in Hong Kong
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