Check it Out! “Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers” Explicit Review

The Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers is conveniently located near Nathan Road and close to Victoria Harbor in Kowloon. From the hotel, you can see Victoria Harbor and it is a 5-minute walk to Tsim Sha Tsui MRT Station, and a 5-minute walk from Nishitetsu Line's Kusanto Station. You can also enjoy shopping at the adjacent SOGO department store. The hotel has 6 restaurants and bars and is well-equipped with a fitness gym and outdoor pool.

What is the appearance of the hotel? Check the entrance and reception!

The hotel is located on Nathan Road, which is full of tourists. The appearance of the hotel felt the oldness because the building was built in 1974.

However, the interior seems to be new from renovation. The entrance had a high ceiling and had a high-class feeling with the Sheraton emblem on it.

The lobby is open to the second floor and is like a large hall. The wide spiral staircase was refined and looked like a castle. There was a computer area on the right side and a restaurant on the left side.

The front desk is large and several staffs were standing.

There is a sofa in the lobby next to the reception.

What is the Harbor View Room like?

Room entrance door.

This time I stayed in the Harbor View Room.

The bedroom had a king-size bed, a lounge chair and a leg rest by the window.

There was a work desk, a wall-mounted TV and a welcome champagne and fruits on the shelf.

There was a cute chocolate too and the service of the campaign was very nice.

The room is neither too small nor too large enough. The furniture and decor were new and clean.

New bathroom

The bathroom has also been renovated and is new.

The washbasin is a glass sink. The bedroom and the wall are partly made of glass and it felt open. However, this sink was easy to spill water. There is no space to put things under the sink.

The bathtub and the wash area is divided, and it is very beautiful.

Below the sink, there were amenities. There were toothbrushes, combs, nail files, shaving sets and a mouthwash.

There is a shampoo, conditioner and body soap in the shower room.

Cafe corner

When I opened the closet under the TV, there was a cafe bar.

There are cups and instant drip coffees and a wide variety of tea bags and snacks.

There were a lot of drinks in the refrigerator.

Closet and safe

In the closet, there are hangers, so several coats and clothes can be hung.

There was also a safe.

Harbor view

I could see Victoria Harbor well from the big window.

Intercontinental Hong Kong is built between the hotel and Victoria Harbor, so I could not afford the luxury of overlooking the whole scenery, but the night view also looked very beautiful.

Hotel restaurants

The cafe is an all day buffet style dining. I had breakfast here.

The colorful restaurant had a lot of seats.

There is a wide selection of cereals and freshly baked bread, fresh juices and a Western breakfast, as well as Asian foods such as rice and noodles.

Everything was delicious.

“Tenhokaku” is famous for authentic Chinese food, and you can also enjoy vegetables and meat dishes and Chinese tea. The interior was refined too.

“Unkai” is a Japanese restaurant. Traditional Osaka cuisine and fine sake are also available.

Here you can choose the dining area such as Teppanyaki Counter, Sushi Bar, Private Room or Tatami Room.

The lobby lounge, located on the lobby level, is perfect for taking a break or having meetings.

Sky lounge

There is a sky lounge on the 17th floor of the hotel. The lounge is divided into four areas, each with its own unique interiors, offering delicious cocktails and wines and views of Victoria Harbor.

There are many types of wine lined up in the wine dispenser.

The seats at the “ZEN Lounge” are relaxing.

Windows overlooking Victoria Harbor.

You can also have fresh oysters at the adjacent “Oyster & Wine Bar.”

Facilities in the hotel

There is an outdoor pool on the 18th floor of the hotel. The deck chairs are lined up so you can spend a relaxing time.

It was also nice to have three heated Jacuzzis.


It is a 35-minute drive from Hong Kong International Airport and the Airport Express offers a free shuttle to and from Kowloon Station.

It is a 5-minute walk from Tsim Sha Tsui MRT Station. The Nishitetsu Line Sento Station is a 4-minute walk.

You can go shopping at the adjacent SOGO or K11, 1881 Heritage and more that are within walking distance. There are many restaurants around the hotel. In addition to MRT and buses, taxis are also convenient for getting to sightseeing spots.

Staff and customer base

The staff at the front desk was polite and it was comforting. I asked the Concierge to make a reservation for the restaurant and to contact the store, and they responded nicely. There were a lot of families and couples staying at this hotel.


The building is old, but the renovated rooms are very clean and the welcome wine service for a limited time offer was nice. The restaurant and the outdoor pool had a pleasant atmosphere which offered me a pleasant hotel stay. However, when entering from the entrance, there were steps so it was difficult when carrying luggage. If you are arriving on foot with a suitcase, it is better to go to the roundabout where the cars enter. If you would like to receive a quality hospitality, stay at the Towers Room. I recommend this hotel because it is a super-friendly hotel and you can enjoy sightseeing, shopping, and the night view of Hong Kong.

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