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Ovolo Noho

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

I usually stay at 5 star accommodations. But because of my meeting location, Ovolo Noho was ultra convenient. It dosent have the "grand" entrance I'm accustom to, but the hotel is clean, comfortable, and quiet. The rooms are done in a contemporary Japanese style. That is both functional, minimal, and stylish. Breakfast (all meals) are decent and reasonably priced. Where this place really impressed me was with their customer service. When I arrived at 1:00 am, I realized I forgot my passport in my cab from the airport. Mathew (or was it Michael) spoke perfect English and without me asking, immediately found me the Canadian Consulate's contact information, plus (feeling bad for me) gave me two "free" breakfast vouchers. Furthermore, because I left the following morning at 4:30 am to catch my flight home, he had a full bagged breakfast waiting for me at check out. That type of customer service, courtesy, and respect you just don't find as much anymore. For that reason they'll have all my future business, and I'll enthusiastically refer them to everyone. warmest regards, PM

Great location with plenty of restaurants, shops and near tour bus lines. Not far from Man Mo Temple. It's about a 20-30 min walk from IFC mall/areaor the central Pier. Room is petite but comfortable. Good for solo travelers but can accommodate 2 (though not much room for luggage). Great amenities including FREE minibar l, wifi, and laundry. Staff is wonderful. Twice when I've stayed with Ovolo they have accommodated me arriving early. Would highly recommend. Only downsides for me were that you could easily here noise in the hallways and if someone next door took a shower it is quite loud. Not a deal breaker but just to be aware of you are noise sensitive.

This is probably my favorite hotel of my trip. I stayed for 6 nights. Yes, the room is small, it is geared towards businessmen I think. I dont mind the small space, although I am a smaller person(5'4''). I did get the semi-double bed which I feel is bigger than an American Full size bed but smaller than a Queen size bed. You can fit 2 smaller adults comfortably. The room was modern and very clean. I could tell the noise insulation wasnt the greatest as I could hear people in the hall way and next door occasionally, but overall, they were quiet and I slept fine. Of note, the pillows are like usual Japanese pillows in that they are buckwheat hull pillows. At first I was concerned that I would have problems with the pillow being so thin and not soft like traditional polyester/feather/cotton filled pillows, but I ended up loving the pillows as I didnt wake with any neck strains like I did with my traditional pillow in the US. Im actually going to order myself a buckwheat pillow for home. I loved the artificial bath in the basement floor, very clean, modern. This was the perfect location for me as well. It is close to a subway station. There are 7/11's and family mart nearby as well as lots of food options(ramen, sushi, chinese, burgers) within 1-2 blocks. 7/11's are important for atm access for Americans. Also they have good breakfast items if you are not eating at the hotel.

I figured the room would be small, judging by the pictures, but I wasn't quite expecting this small. I booked rooms for my boss and myself, and I felt bad that he had to squeeze into such a small room when he's used to more luxury type places. The staff was incredibly nice and accommodating, but very casual atmosphere. All the amenities you would expect, plus free laundry room. Would stay again if I was a tourist, based on location and price, but not for business.

I've stayed in many hotels around the world, and very few can match the overall value of this gem in the Sheung Wan neighborhood of Hong Kong that I stayed in during early April. Beyond being inexpensive, it's simply very nice. The rooms are modern, thoughtfully designed, and well-equipped with quality toiletries and such (albeit also quite small, as most rooms are in HK). The staff is also friendly and helpful -- particularly the young woman who works the night shift, whom I saw many times due to my heavy jetlag. However, what puts this hotel over the top is the almost absurd amount of freebies that are included in the (rather small) bill: free minibar, free laundry, free breakfast, and free snacks and drinks in the 24 hour lounge on the second floor. Such things may sound trivial in the abstract, but when you've just arrived at night following a 16 hour flight from the States, they mean a lot. In any event, I highly recommend this hotel.

Saw a roach in the room, it is a tiny tiny hotel - guess it's ok for the price

The Ovolo Noho has done a great job of delivering maximum comfort and positive experience from a small hotel room. The rooms are brilliantly arranged for efficient use of limited space and the complimentary amenities are bountiful, most notably an evening cocktail hour (actual two hours) with premium alcoholic beverages and snacks.

This place is great bang for the buck. The pros are the location - its near great things but also just a few blocks away from the MTR. You can also grab a slow moving tram or a bus nearby. Its very safe. The neighborhood is good and you can only use your key to access the floor that you're on. Each floor only has 3 rooms so odds are you'll only see people in the lobby. Its modern, new and clean. And the staff is very helpful especially Harrison. I also loved the all-inclusive feel where all of the water and Cokes were free, and the free breakfast and happy hour were really good! The food is excellent. If you're hankering for western food the McD is right across the street. The only con is the size and efficiency of the rooms. They're tiny! I wish you could open a window to let some fresh air in. You get a bar for hanging clothes but we were there for 10 days so that's not enough. We lived out of our suitcases. There are no shelves or drawers for socks and underwear. Also the bathroom is very dark which makes it difficult for a woman to apply makeup. This was definitely designed by a man!

I stayed at this hotel for 10 days in April. Staff and housekeeping very friendly and professional. Rooms are clean and very updated. The rooms are very small but they do a great job utilizing the space. Free happy hour at the lounge every day from 6pm to 8pm was a plus. Also free laundry facilities. Couldn't ask for more. Also has great local street food around the hotel. Shueng Wan area!

Loved it! For the money (around US$170/night) and the location (Hong Kong), the accommodations and the value were excellent. I was on a business trip, so I was in my 190 square-foot room only to sleep. Are the rooms small? Yes. This is Hong Kong, not Kansas. Was the bed comfortable and the room cool? Yes! For the uninitiated, the A/C and lights come on when you insert your key card in a slot near the light switches. An area this population-dense must conserve energy, and the room cools off nicely within 10 minutes. Great location, a short cab ride from HK Central Station. Quiet and safe neighborhood, others in my party stayed in a $500/night hotel next to very noisy bars. Hah! Very courteous and helpful staff, very nice breakfast and amenities in the cafe'. I stay in a lot of hotels and I'm very picky. I would gladly stay here again.

the room was really small. there was barely enough room for my luggage

i barely had room for my luggage! other than that, the full free mini bar was pretty cool.

It is brand new so everything is well designed in modern style and in very good condition- spotless clean as well. It's location is just perfect- few minutes walk from Sheung Wan MRT station (take E exit). My room was small as it is usually in Hong Kong- but just enough to put there my bags. The room rate was fair (the best deal over the Internet) and minibar (with two beers and good choice of soft drinks) was included. They also do happy hour (6-8pm) but due to late check in and early chek out I did not have a chance to try.

286 Queen's Road Central Hong Kong

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Man Mo Temple and Western Market
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • 24-hour fitness center
  • Concierge services

Located in Central, Ovolo Noho is adjacent to Man Mo Temple and within a 5-minute walk of other popular sights like Western Market. This 60-room, 4-star hotel welcomes guests with a coffee shop/café, a 24-hour fitness center, and free in-room WiFi. It's in central Hong Kong and also a short walk from Soho and Hong Kong - Macau Ferry Terminal.


Dining

For your convenience, a continental breakfast is served each morning for a fee. You can sip a beverage at the coffee shop/café.


Rooms

All of Ovolo Noho's 60 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including free minibar items, refrigerators, and coffee makers. Flat-screen TVs come with cable channels and DVD players, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Free local calls, free bottled water, and safes are also available.


Property features

Guests of Ovolo Noho enjoy features like a 24-hour fitness center, free WiFi in public areas, and free newspapers. Airport transportation is made easy with an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for HKD 700 per vehicle one way. The front desk is staffed 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. This hotel also has laundry facilities.

Room options

City Room, 1 Queen Bed

Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Guest reviews for Ovolo Noho

Everyone (2) Business (5) Couples (4) Other (2)
5

ovolo noho......over delivered!

Everyone

I usually stay at 5 star accommodations. But because of my meeting location, Ovolo Noho was ultra convenient. It dosent have the "grand" entrance I'm accustom to, but the hotel is clean, comfortable, and quiet. The rooms are done in a contemporary Japanese style. That is both functional, minimal, and stylish. Breakfast (all meals) are decent and reasonably priced. Where this place really impressed me was with their customer service. When I arrived at 1:00 am, I realized I forgot my passport in my cab from the airport. Mathew (or was it Michael) spoke perfect English and without me asking, immediately found me the Canadian Consulate's contact information, plus (feeling bad for me) gave me two "free" breakfast vouchers. Furthermore, because I left the following morning at 4:30 am to catch my flight home, he had a full bagged breakfast waiting for me at check out. That type of customer service, courtesy, and respect you just don't find as much anymore. For that reason they'll have all my future business, and I'll enthusiastically refer them to everyone. warmest regards, PM

By , from NOTL, ONTARIO, CANADA on Apr 18, 2017

Review comment responded on Apr 20, 2017

Dear Peter WOW! What a great review about our location, spacious and comfortable rooms along with our freebies and amenities. However, the best part of your review according to me is our staff that they were attentive and helpful and not overbearing. I will most definitely share your wonderful comments with my team to ensure that their hardwork and dedication is most definitely being appreciated by our guests. Even we would love to host you back again in the not too distant future, please therefore contact me directly so that I can ensure that we take good care of you and get another wonderful comment about our service and facilities. Best Regards Hotel Manager

5

great location

Solos and couples

Great location with plenty of restaurants, shops and near tour bus lines. Not far from Man Mo Temple. It's about a 20-30 min walk from IFC mall/areaor the central Pier. Room is petite but comfortable. Good for solo travelers but can accommodate 2 (though not much room for luggage). Great amenities including FREE minibar l, wifi, and laundry. Staff is wonderful. Twice when I've stayed with Ovolo they have accommodated me arriving early. Would highly recommend. Only downsides for me were that you could easily here noise in the hallways and if someone next door took a shower it is quite loud. Not a deal breaker but just to be aware of you are noise sensitive.

By , from CT, USA on Jan 21, 2017

Review comment responded on Jan 25, 2017

Dear Angela, It is truly motivating to hear about your excellent comments about our room, colleagues, freebies and facilities. We're also honored that you would not choose to stay anywhere else and your valuable feedback ensure that we keep striving to do our best. We look forward to welcoming you back sometime.

4

great location

Everyone

This is probably my favorite hotel of my trip. I stayed for 6 nights. Yes, the room is small, it is geared towards businessmen I think. I dont mind the small space, although I am a smaller person(5'4''). I did get the semi-double bed which I feel is bigger than an American Full size bed but smaller than a Queen size bed. You can fit 2 smaller adults comfortably. The room was modern and very clean. I could tell the noise insulation wasnt the greatest as I could hear people in the hall way and next door occasionally, but overall, they were quiet and I slept fine. Of note, the pillows are like usual Japanese pillows in that they are buckwheat hull pillows. At first I was concerned that I would have problems with the pillow being so thin and not soft like traditional polyester/feather/cotton filled pillows, but I ended up loving the pillows as I didnt wake with any neck strains like I did with my traditional pillow in the US. Im actually going to order myself a buckwheat pillow for home. I loved the artificial bath in the basement floor, very clean, modern. This was the perfect location for me as well. It is close to a subway station. There are 7/11's and family mart nearby as well as lots of food options(ramen, sushi, chinese, burgers) within 1-2 blocks. 7/11's are important for atm access for Americans. Also they have good breakfast items if you are not eating at the hotel.

By on Apr 21, 2016

Review comment responded on Apr 24, 2016

Dear guest Thank you for share your valuable staying experience to us and it's glad to see that you're enjoy the stay, loves our location, freebies and room design. Also we're appreciate that you're giving us that any space for improvement such as room amenities and any soundproof. We're looking forward to serve you again in the next future. Best Regards Hotel Manager

3

tiny rooms, but excellent location

BusinessTravelers

I figured the room would be small, judging by the pictures, but I wasn't quite expecting this small. I booked rooms for my boss and myself, and I felt bad that he had to squeeze into such a small room when he's used to more luxury type places. The staff was incredibly nice and accommodating, but very casual atmosphere. All the amenities you would expect, plus free laundry room. Would stay again if I was a tourist, based on location and price, but not for business.

By on Sep 18, 2015

5

great value

Couples

I've stayed in many hotels around the world, and very few can match the overall value of this gem in the Sheung Wan neighborhood of Hong Kong that I stayed in during early April. Beyond being inexpensive, it's simply very nice. The rooms are modern, thoughtfully designed, and well-equipped with quality toiletries and such (albeit also quite small, as most rooms are in HK). The staff is also friendly and helpful -- particularly the young woman who works the night shift, whom I saw many times due to my heavy jetlag. However, what puts this hotel over the top is the almost absurd amount of freebies that are included in the (rather small) bill: free minibar, free laundry, free breakfast, and free snacks and drinks in the 24 hour lounge on the second floor. Such things may sound trivial in the abstract, but when you've just arrived at night following a 16 hour flight from the States, they mean a lot. In any event, I highly recommend this hotel.

By on Jul 27, 2015

1

tiny hotel

Couples

Saw a roach in the room, it is a tiny tiny hotel - guess it's ok for the price

By on Jan 5, 2015

5

great value in a prime location

Couples

The Ovolo Noho has done a great job of delivering maximum comfort and positive experience from a small hotel room. The rooms are brilliantly arranged for efficient use of limited space and the complimentary amenities are bountiful, most notably an evening cocktail hour (actual two hours) with premium alcoholic beverages and snacks.

By on Dec 1, 2014

4

boutique hotel in hip neighborhood

Couples

This place is great bang for the buck. The pros are the location - its near great things but also just a few blocks away from the MTR. You can also grab a slow moving tram or a bus nearby. Its very safe. The neighborhood is good and you can only use your key to access the floor that you're on. Each floor only has 3 rooms so odds are you'll only see people in the lobby. Its modern, new and clean. And the staff is very helpful especially Harrison. I also loved the all-inclusive feel where all of the water and Cokes were free, and the free breakfast and happy hour were really good! The food is excellent. If you're hankering for western food the McD is right across the street. The only con is the size and efficiency of the rooms. They're tiny! I wish you could open a window to let some fresh air in. You get a bar for hanging clothes but we were there for 10 days so that's not enough. We lived out of our suitcases. There are no shelves or drawers for socks and underwear. Also the bathroom is very dark which makes it difficult for a woman to apply makeup. This was definitely designed by a man!

By on Dec 3, 2013

5

nice hotel. great location

LGBT

I stayed at this hotel for 10 days in April. Staff and housekeeping very friendly and professional. Rooms are clean and very updated. The rooms are very small but they do a great job utilizing the space. Free happy hour at the lounge every day from 6pm to 8pm was a plus. Also free laundry facilities. Couldn't ask for more. Also has great local street food around the hotel. Shueng Wan area!

By on Apr 12, 2013

5

excellent value in a high-dollar city

BusinessTravelers

Loved it! For the money (around US$170/night) and the location (Hong Kong), the accommodations and the value were excellent. I was on a business trip, so I was in my 190 square-foot room only to sleep. Are the rooms small? Yes. This is Hong Kong, not Kansas. Was the bed comfortable and the room cool? Yes! For the uninitiated, the A/C and lights come on when you insert your key card in a slot near the light switches. An area this population-dense must conserve energy, and the room cools off nicely within 10 minutes. Great location, a short cab ride from HK Central Station. Quiet and safe neighborhood, others in my party stayed in a $500/night hotel next to very noisy bars. Hah! Very courteous and helpful staff, very nice breakfast and amenities in the cafe'. I stay in a lot of hotels and I'm very picky. I would gladly stay here again.

By on Sep 26, 2012