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This was a short trip for the refreshment of all of us. the hotel was really good and the staff were too we were there for just 1 night and had great family time. the area of the Cheung Chau was so peaceful and relaxing what we wanting a too really nice place to visit.
the location is great, over the beach. The room was clean inside, but the windows were dirt in the outside (greenish). poor breakfast (no fruits, for instance). No swimming pool available. Overall look is outdated, needing a deep revamping. However, they charged me around 2200 HKD for a triple room, one night. I will avoid it, if i go to Cheung Chau in the future.
I stayed in Warwick Hotel for 2 nights over the weekend. Stayed in a room with mountain view (there was no mountain view from my room on 2/F but it was fine to me). Because of the rain, the whole room was very humid. The bed was comfortable but I felt itchy the other day. We requested make-up service as we woke up quite late the other day... disappointingly... they probably have forgotten to make up our room (despite hearing the front desk calling their staff to clean up our room). Average stay, OK if you are just looking for a place to sleep. Oh and we did not really enjoy the bath as hot water only lasted for 5 minutes.. :( There was free wifi but it was a bit slow. Pros: convenient location, quiet environment, provide basic necessities Cons: cleaniness, no room make up
The room was very dirty and the decorations were already worn out. It costed over HKD1,600 and definitely unacceptable to have such a bad quality room. Wi Fi was not working. Strongly not recommendable.
The hotel has a semi convenient location and that's it. Described as 3.5 stars, it certainly is not. It is at best 2 stars, and that is being generous. This was an exceptionally poor value proposition. I knew ahead of time that this wasn't going to be a high end place, but the negative experience was unexpected. The hotel describes itself as offering 64 non smoking rooms, yet cigarette smoke was a prominent feature of my short stay here and judging from the massive ashtray in the room, it seems the hotel caters to heavy smokers. A visit here is like a visit to mainland China circa 1985. Children were allowed to run free in the hallways screaming late into the night and early in the morning so it was difficult to sleep. It seems that at one time the hotel had a swimming pool, but now it appears to just be a holding hole for stagnant water. The hotel room is basic and not much else. The hotel says it has wifi, but I was only able to obtain a slow connection for a couple hours early in the day and then the signal was too slow to be of use. The mattress on the floor says it all. The pillows should have been trashed years ago. The room was not clean and the photos are self evident. As other reviews have stated, there appears to be black growth in the bathroom. It is quite obvious that the rooms and especially the bathroom have not been properly cleaned. There was no housekeeping during my stay. Not one visit by a maid to check towels or to do the beds, although the hotel website states that there is daily housekeeping. Don't be fooled by the claims of a buffet breakfast. That is not what one gets with the room. Guests with this option are put in the "Cave" room, while visitors paying an additional fee access a different room. Guests with an included breakfast have two choices; Instant noodles with a piece of mystery meat and instant coffee or tea; or eggs, toast, a bowl of cereal, pork product, instant coffee or tea. This is practically thrown at you and no second cups of coffee were given. For visitors used to the options of Hong Kong, Thailand, Japan etc., this "breakfast" is a joke and an insult. Inedible and we just didn't bother after day 1. There is a McDonald's by the ferry where one can get a coffee and a muffin in the morning as most of the restaurants don't open until after 9. Overall, it was a most uncomfortable stay punctuated by personnel who were rude. I would have checked out earlier, but the room was prepaid (and I can see why they do that), and checkin is at 3:30 pm, so once you get to the room and realize how bad it is, it's a bit too late to do anything on that day, especially without a decent wifi connection to get a room elsewhere. As I was only there for a short period and was meeting friends, I stayed. I do not recommend this hotel under any circumstances and suggest that one is better off just using the island as a day trip. The beaches have showers and changing areas which are clean and maintained so one can stay comfortable in Hong Kong without the unpleasant experience of this hotel. I was absolutely relieved to get on the ferry and back to Hong Kong.
Adequate food and a good view from the dining room. If you land at the Cheung Chau terminal its an easy ten minute walk over to the other side of the island to the hotel. As much about getting lunch as having the walk to and from the hotel. Virtue is that its air conditioned - a reasonable place to be on a very hot day!
Good place for relaxing “Me Time”. The place is near the beach, have a very nice view and serene environment. If you need some quiet time for yourself, this is a nice place to go to. Make sure you book the room with balcony by the beach.
Stayed on Cheung Chau for one night to show a visitor another side to Hong Kong. Was attracted to Warwick Hotel because it offered lovely sea views from the balcony. While the vanity basin, toilet and bath were clean, the rest of the room was very disappointing: mould, stained bedhead and carpet and very tired furniture. My friend and I are fit so the numerous stairs to the entrance and distance from the centre of Cheung Chau weren’t a problem but might be for others. We didn’t eat there so can’t comment on the food or service but definitely not value for money.
Overnight stay to fit in some extra walking. We were looking forward to a relaxed drink on the balcony looking over the ocean - but the balcony was tiny and the wrap around glass filthy. Beds were rock hard. Air con was on freezing when we got there - and no extra blankets. Bed head was filthy and greasy. Carpet and walls stained and dirty.
This rating is on the Chinese restaurant and not on the hotel. We decided to come here for lunch when visiting the island as it was recommended because of the stellar location and view. There definitely was a good view over the beach and bay, but unfortunately the windows looked very dirty. We shared a number of dim sum and a noodle dish, most dishes were on the very bland side. The waitress was very surly but warmed up a bit when my (Chinese) spouse praised her Chinese calligraphy. Probably the worst meal on our 6-week trip through the Far East, absolutely no redeeming grace.
Located in Islands District, Warwick Hotel is within the area of popular attractions such as Silvermine Beach and Discovery Bay Golf Club. The 64 rooms at this 3-star hotel include refrigerators, coffee makers, and flat-screen TVs.
Enjoy a leisurely bite to eat at Bayview Chinese, the hotel's onsite restaurant. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service. Start each morning with buffet breakfast, available for a fee from 6 AM to 11 AM.
Warwick Hotel's 64 air-conditioned rooms provide refrigerators, coffee makers, and free bottled water. Guests can expect free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with cable channels. Bathrooms have hair dryers, free toiletries, and slippers. Safes and desks are other standard amenities.
Guests of Warwick Hotel enjoy access to free WiFi in public areas, a meeting room, and spa services. The front desk is staffed 24 hours a day to help with luggage storage and dry cleaning/laundry. Other amenities at this beach hotel include a terrace, laundry facilities, and a banquet hall.