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Reviewed 22 October 2017 via mobile

As the only hotel on Cheung Chau, it has no direct rivals. There are B&B's, apartments and retreat centres though.

I'd previously lived 4 years on the island but only visited Warwick when friends stayed and once when took visiting-family for the popular dim-sum there (it IS good!).

My wife and I stayed a week in October with our organisation for a retreat. Since we didn't pay ourselves, we shouldn't criticise too much.
The ocean-view rooms with balconies are lovely, whether it's sunny with blue skies or stormy and cloudy. There are few hotels in HK that could provide such a view (Auberge in DB, Disney hotels perhaps) and it's right between 2 beaches + a 5-minute walk to the village.
The downside or trade-off is that the decoration and some of the facilities are very very dated. Whilst the shower was great (remember to turn water-heater switch on) there is no soap or hand-wash provided, the bathroom door paintwork and a lot of the paint on ceiling + walls peeling off. There was a lot of mould on cupboards as we entered, due to the humidity + housekeeping leaving aircons to n. The fuse box was visible, would be nice if that was covered.
Room door accessed by a key, has an inside latch but not no lock inside so not as secure as you'd get in most hotels.
And it took us 4 attempts to get our room cleaned (new towels, shower gel + shampoo) despite calling housekeeping and asking at reception.

One major issue we have is accessibility. The entrance is located above ground-level so either have to walk up side-steps or a fairly-steep gradient, then walk down a level to the lobby. Anyone using wheelchair, elderly or with mobility issues would struggle to access it. Some investment in an elevator or a g/f entrance would be needed.

Overall a nice place to stay, going forward it would need investment to improve the guest facilities and accessibility though.

Stayed: October 2017, travelled on business
2  Thank Chris R
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Reviewed 2 August 2017 via mobile

My Aussie hubby and I stayed here for two nights for our honeymoon. The tiny balcony gave us a stunning view of the beach, sea and beyond. It was breathtaking! I felt so relaxed listening to the waves crashing at night.
There was a heli pad to the right of our room and we saw a helicopter landed on it. Definitely fun to watch and Iisten to!
The room has a safe, hairdryer, small fridge, kettle, small wardrobe with a few hangers, large tv that didn't allow us to use our Google Chrome for some reason so was very disappointed.
The toiletries included toothbrush, shampoo, shower gel, cotton buds and shower cap. No handwash which was a huge disappointment.
Air con was very loud and powerful at night until we turned it to lowest setting.
We didn't get a stayover clean from housekeeper on the Monday. Not sure what the policy is with this hotel.
The buffet style breakfast was delicious, especially the fried rice noodles on Monday morning. We got a choice of Western and Chinese food. We were too late for the rice noodles on Tuesday morning. It had been demolished by other guests so I was upset!
The wifi was weak and a huge disappointment for us!
The bed was very comfortable and room was spacious, unlike some cheap rooms I have stayed at.
Overall, a very comfortable stay!

Stayed: July 2017, travelled as a couple
1  Thank Kit Yee C
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Reviewed 24 July 2017

I am really surprised to see so many people have written a review about this hotel when they have never stayed at this hotel before.

First of all, the last time I stayed in this hotel was a few years ago already.

This hotel is the only hotel on the island, and basically the only 'hotel' on any small islands in HK. Unless you want to stay in an apartment, this is the only choice you have.

Most of the rooms are facing the beach, you can even see the city when they weather is nice. Rooms are quite small and lacking of facilities. However, having a glass of wine on the balcony, embraced by the ocean and sea breeze will take all your troubles away. Nevertheless, the hotel is not that cheap based on its condition; but this is HK, everywhere is expensive.

One thing worth mentioned is that a number of websites keep saying that this hotel has a swimming pool. It DOESN'T. To people like me who enjoys doing laps, it would be nice if it does. After all, it is only 5 minutes walk from the beach (and 15 minutes from the ferry).

Room Tip: Sea view room, not the mountain view (rock view, to be exact) for sure
  • Stayed: August 2016, travelled solo
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1  Thank Lorenciosm
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Reviewed 7 March 2017

We only dined in the restaurant and did not stay at the hotel.
By the looks of things, it's the only hotel in town and we were treated to dinner here.

The restaurant is fair, nothing stands out about the food, presentation nor service.

We may have had better luck at one of the other restaurants in town.

Stayed: March 2017
3  Thank kent3919
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Reviewed 2 December 2016

I have not stayed at this hotel, but I visited Cheung Chau two weeks ago and saw this hotel at the end of the beach on the north side of the island. To me it looked rather derelict and most of the sliding doors to the balconies were open. I saw only one person walk past a window. From the beach (as can be seen in the photo here) it looks like it has been closed and left unattended. However, I could be wrong. If anyone wants to stay there I would suggest contacting the management first to make sure it is open.

Room Tip: Check that it is operating before thinking of staying here.
  • Stayed: November 2016, travelled solo
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2  Thank AlexP2956
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