I was just staying there for one night with my partner. Since we were not able to travel easily, we just wanted to spend a night with a movie and hot bath in tub. Overall, everything is great. Check in was fast and easy, staff were nice and friendly, the room was even newer than we expected BUT the SMELL was eventually killing us. We are generally sensitive about smell no doubt but honestly this STINKY FEET SMELL from the carpet was just too scary. It could be possible that they washed the carpet but didn’t let it dry properly. But this is not my concern to be honest. And the worst was because both sides of the bed were also covered with carpet on the floor, no matter which side we were trying to lean on we could smell from the carpet. So, if you are asking if I would ever come back. I am sorry to say NO, because this kind a smell in a room with no window will apparently kill you and whoever with you.…
My wife and I stayed here for 6 nights during our Honeymoon trip around South East Asia, the hotel is in a great location just on the main road through Hong Kong Central - The room was really nice and the bed was very comfy! There was also a free portable wifi device which you could take into town with you and allowed for free phone calls which was a big help. We were on the 12th floor and the view was incredible - we overlooked The Peak, with lots of cool skyscrapers in between. The Hotel itself was really good and much more fancy than we had expected from the price. We will definitely be staying here again!
I really enjoyed my stay at the Burlington, it was just what I needed for my buisness trip which was a quiet place to sleep. My bed was huge, comfortable and the black out blinds after a 11 hour flight were very welcome. If you are on holiday you might be disappointed. The staff were very friendly. My room was clean and had the relevant mod cons. I was disappointed there was no fluffy bath robe :( The bath is also an odd set up. Its hard to get to the taps around the glass shower screen and the plug leaked so it didnt hold the water. I didnt try the restaurants but there are loads of great food places nearby. The MTR is very close and convenient. A great buisness hotel, but very much like a premier inn for those brits in the audience.
Good hotel in Wanchai for the price. Small but clean, convenient, friendly staff, great location near Wanchai subway station, plenty of stores, cafes and restaurants on the street. There is a 24hrs breakfast spot a block behind the hotel and the bus direct to airport 2 blocks away. Other buses in front of the hotel to Central etc.
I stayed here for 2 nights back in August. I took the Airport express and they had a free shuttle service that dropped me really close to the hotel. Check-in was really quick. Staff were nice. I always asked them about protests before going out and they really helped me to feel safe. Bed was comfortable. I didn't hear the traffic noise. Room was really small but had all the luxuries you need. I would definitely stay here again. Hotel had a rooftop bar which had awesome views of the mountains. Make sure to check it out. Hotel is few minutes walk from the Wan Chai MRT. There are plenty of grocery stores to buy water to deal with the brutal hong kong heat. There's a nice cafe right next door which is great for a quick breaky or a bubble tea. I found a coin laundry just 5 minutes form the hotel (just google coin laundry around the hotel, you will find it). There were few bars and restaurants behind the hotel but I didn't bother going to that side as they may not be that family friendly at night! They were nice enough to hold my luggage till late as my flight was 8 hours after the check out time.…
This is a good hotel in a central location. The room and bathroom were very clean and of a good standard. There was a fridge, microwave and coffee machine in the room and an excellent shower. The staff were very friendly and helpful, you never had to wait too long for a lift and a member of staff would call one for you when they saw you coming in. We will definitely return.
An affordable, clean and comfortable Hotel in the lively Wan Chai area of Hong Kong. I have stayed in many hotels in Hong Kong, and in Wan Chai, and this one is a good one for sure. What is great about it too is that if you take the A11 Bus from HK Airport it stops directly outside the Hotel. (If you are on a budget the A11 Bus only costs HK$40 from the Airport compared to HK$100 for the MTR and circa HK$350 for a taxi. The bus is easier than struggling on the MTR with luggage especially as you have to change trains to get to Wan Chai). I paid GB£102.20 a night for a Double Room at The Burlington. Other than in room WiFi there are no facilities at the hotel like a gym, pool or restaurant, but there are plenty of places to eat & drink within a minutes walk of the Hotel door. There is also an HSBC Bank and convenience shops too. So if you are looking for a clean budget hotel for a few days exploring Hong Kong, in an area with plenty of nightlife, then you could do a lot worse then staying at The Burlington.…
Loved this location, a short walk away from MTR stations, tram, Johnston road and generally a pleasant area to walk around. A couple of stops from Central as well. Room is small but typical Hong Kong size. Very clean. Staff are super helpful!
Nice hotel if you are on a budget and it was very easy to get here from the airport just a bus and you are dropped right in Front of the hotel. I was here for 3 nights and I had to change my room once because of the smell that was in the room. The hotel is actually quiet central and easy to eat around. The guys at the front desk were quiet helpful. We say the symphony of lights once Make sure you go to the big Buddha and it’s a lovely experience I had to use a taxi back since my flight was quite early and the local transportation system has not started working. Also note that there is an airport terminal in the city that gives you access to check in and also drop your boxes so you can travel light to the airport.
Staff on check in weren't friendly. Dehumidifier was in the room and if turned off everything in the room became damp. It was noisy if you kept it running as well as the air con. Housekeeping wasn't very good. Good central location although due to the protests the tow nearest stations were closed. No restaurant or roof garden!!! We were told they weren't ready yet but looking back at review the same thing was said in 2017! As there was a protest taking place on our arrival, staff didn't offer any advice on how to stay safe etc. We had done a lot of travelling in Japan prior and this was the poorest hotel/hostel we stayed at. Won't be rushing back to Hong Kong