Hong Kong is a place that will always have a special spot in my heart. A few years back, I lived there for about 4 months, it was magical. I had lots of free time to explore and drink milk tea, my favorite. Recently, one of my dearest friends, that I know from living in Bangkok, informed me she was considering a move to Hong Kong, so I decided to go along and show her the area! Our first stop of the journey was at The Park Lane Hotel by Pullman next to Victoria Park.
The area where The Park Lane Hotel is located is known as Causeway Bay. I’m very familiar with area, including Victoria Park, which is what the property looks over. There are multiple ways to get to the hotel from the airport, and all of them are quite straightforward and fast. You can take the airport express train and then a free shuttle bus or you can go a more direct route, like I did, and book a transfer in advance. I was happy about the transfer because it was direct to the hotel. I used an app called Klook to find a discounted transfer ticket. Use code: 8QX5W to get $25 off your first purchase! I also used it to get a cheap SIM card for my trip. Convenient indeed.
My quaint room was located on the 11th floor of The Park Lane Hotel by Pullman. There was a sprawling piece of artwork above the headboard, which added a contemporary design element. The view from the room got me very excited! All times of day showcased beautiful views of the harbor and the park. I could tell that part of the room had undergone a fairly recent update.
The executive club lounge of The Park Lane Hotel is located on the 22nd floor. The views from the lounge look directly over Victoria Harbor. The lounge has plenty of very friendly staff to make sure you got what you need. Having breakfast in the lounge was a delight. In the lounge, you’ll have the option of a dozen or so a la carte options as well as a modest buffet. The first item I noticed on the breakfast menu, was the burger. Consider it done. This turned out to be a great choice. In the evening, they have a wide selection of beverages. Something about their bottled Guinness really put me in a great mood before dinner at their SKYE rooftop restaurant, which you can read about in a separate article. SKYE is a must visit!
There is a business and fitness center on the fifth floor of The Park Lane Hotel. The gym was medium-sized and had high-quality equipment. After my workout, I went to their changing and relaxation rooms, which also featured a very hot sauna. I know saunas are suppose to be hot, but I like it piping hot, and this was. The showers were spacious and included a place to change after getting out of the shower. The relaxation room connected to the changing rooms had super-comfortable furniture. I may have dozed off for a few minutes during my stay, don’t tell anyone.
The Park Lane Hotel Hong Kong by Pullman has a lot going for it. The location in Causeway Bay next to Victoria Park is one of my favorite places in the city, the SKYE restaurant and bar on the roof were incredible, the facilities were clean and modern, and the lounge had an excellent offering including great service. At the end of the day, I very much enjoyed my time at The Park Lane Pullman in Hong Kong!
310 Gloucester Rd, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Phone: +852 2293 8888