Rated 5 out of 5 by Flyingtailor Back its been awhile.
I had a great stay I dont stay at this hotel as much as I would like to but every time I am here it is very good. The service was top notch the restaurants here are very good. Located in a very quiet setting good to come home to after a busy day in Hong Kong.
July 10, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Chris01845 Great hotel but need to work on a couple kinks
Overall is good. Like the location and the room. Front desk are friendly. Free shuttle bus is convenient to get to Central.
Just disappointed with the concierge. I arrived by cab with 4 bags and the concierge offer no assistance despite seeing me strangling with the bags.
In addition, the toilet smelly despite multiple flushes. Same problem when I stayed there last year. No improvement.
Lastly, the swimming pool is too hot to swim in the summer especially for those who like to do laps. Wish it can be temperature controlled like the one at the W.
Didn't use any restaurant at the hotel as it is still very pricey despite a 30% off for guest.
July 9, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by JeremyF Average
This is my first stay in a Le Méridien property. My experience was just average.
Although the location is a little bit remote, it's fine for me as I drove there. However, it gave me a feeing that the hotel want to hide the information of complementary parkng. The info was not clearly shown on website and the staff tried to avoid my enquiry about that.
Room was fine. I supposed I didn't get an upgrade as an SPG Gold, not even to SPG floor. But the size of my room is fine and it was neat. However bathroom was not cleaned properly. I found a piece of long hair in the bathroom when I first enter the room. Also I couldn't feel how "smart" the "Smart Room" is.
Check in/out was efficient, but the staff was a bit cool. I couldn't feel I was welcomed.
July 9, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by ktrebb We had a great stay
Instead of a service flat in Mid-levels for a long-term stay we decided to move to Le Meridien. It got more space and outdoor park for my 4 year old daughter to play in. It worked really well with the parking underneath the hotel to and from school. Playroon across the street and a big scooter park outside. The pool was good and room-service worked really well. Was missing some more Asian option such as Thai fried noodles, Penang curries etc. My daughter love noodles but it seemed we could only get the wonton noodles:-((( For me I was missing some more healthy options at the breakfast buffet such as strawberry in season, flaxseed etc. I just brought in my own flaxseed's and staff was nice to serve me some strawberries or blueberries if I asked.I found the soft drinks and ice tea to pricy for lunch and dinner though. But in overall we had a really good stay.
July 9, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by gaz8020 SPG service lacking
No platinum/gold upgrades ever given. Food could be better. No platinum gift pack at checkin
July 5, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by gojko88 Excellent value for money
The first thing to stress is the location of the hotel, which appears much more remote on a map than it actually is. The hotel shuttle or taxi will get you there from Central in less than 15 minutes under most circumstances, so it's not a worry. We stayed in a Deluxe Ocean Room, attracted by the scenic views and floor-to-ceiling windows offered. Ultimately, although the room delivered on everything promised, including free buffet breakfast and afternoon drinks, the views aren't really that impressive, especially with Hong Kong's notorious fog, so you might want to consider cheaper, regular rooms. Still, whichever you choose, the hotel is undeniably one of the best upmarket options in the city.
The staff are very polite and up-to-standard on most points. The atmosphere is a bit more relaxed than one would expect from a 5-star hotel, and I mean that in a positive way. The hotel also excels in combining its high-tech and artsy characters, creating a very up-to-date look and feel, from the lobby to the bathroom. The beds are comfortable, but not much more than that. The 42" plasma TV, on the other hand, is pretty impressive for a room of this size and price, and the same goes for the very spacious bathroom. Buffet breakfast was varied and adequate, but not particularly notable.
The only potential drawback is that the hotel shuttle departs only once per hour, so you're pretty much stuck with a taxi if you need more flexibility. Taxis are notoriously cheap in Hong Kong, but still, if you need quick access to various parts of town several times a day (as most tourists do), it adds up. Just a caveat.
Overall, I'd always recommend staying on the Kowloon side, but if Hong Kong Island is your choice and you're not in a hurry, Le Meridien Cyberport should be your top pick. It has all the makings of an excellent modern 5-star hotel.
March 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Rich2809 A Jewel in Hong Kong
I stay at this hotel fairly regularly. It just keeps getting better and better.
The rooms are huge in comparison to the general room size in Hong Kong. The house keeping staff keep the rooms spotless. The breakfast is excellent with a large choice. Coffee is fresh and good.
I got here exhausted after a 31 hour journey and was just so glad to walk into the hotel, check in is super fast, front desk staff are always friendly and efficient.
I left the hotel feeling fantastic, relaxed and looking forward to my next visit.
September 15, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Chelsea1905 Wonderfully relaxing
The location is away from central HK, so expect a 15-20 travel time if you have meetings in central. However it's a great business hotel with very attentive staff, all the facilities you'd expect from Le Meridien and a lovely view of the waterfront.
June 26, 2014