If you're going for Chinese New Year parade, then this is the place to stay.
The hotel is right on the path and you can buy wristbands to sit in the reserved bleachers ($40/person for everyone, even kids). I'd recommend the bleachers as opposed to the $50 gold club bridge section. Alot of the action and dancing is done UNDER the bridge so the people that paid $10 more didn't get to see the cute little kids do their dance.
Hotel itself is clean. They were only letting people in the hotel with designated wristbands during the parade. Lobby bathrooms were secure with room key locks.
Concierge was very helpful but the hostess at the one and only restaurant was amazing!! She was there early and stayed very late. Very nice and sweet lady - wish I got her name.
Everyone from the check-in folks to random hotel staff you saw in elevators always said hello. Housekeeping staff left a nice note for us too.
You can tell this staff cares about their guests and customer service.
Stayed on the 18th floor and no issues with room or street noise. Clientele at this hotel were families with kids or older couples - so not a TON of party crowds even though it was Chinese New Year.More