Panda Hotel Hong Kong
The perfect mix of energy and relaxation at the Panda Hotel Hong Kong
When people think of Hong Kong they imagine a bustling 24-hour city that never stops, a skyline taken up by the silhouettes of tall skyscrapers peppered with bright neon lights; this is true, but there is also another side to Hong Kong far from the top class shopping centers and energetic night clubs. If you travel inwards away from the sea and towards Chinas mainland the concrete jungle turns into a mixture of rolling hills and lush country park vegetation. There’s also a hidden delight just minutes from Hong Kong’s central business district, visitors can take a public ferry to several of the small outlying islands with their own unique communities, white sand beaches and interesting scenery.
If you’re planning a trip to Hong Kong in the near future then you’ve made a great choice, the main area is made up of 2 parts ‘Hong Kong Island’ and ‘Kowloon Side’, both have a very different feel and offer visitors various choices of accommodation. If you want a good balance between the fast paced city atmosphere and a quiet area with a view of the hills, then you may want to consider the Panda Hotel Hong Kong. It is a recently built hotel located in Tsuen Wan on Kowloon side, about 35 minutes by bus from the international airport. To get into the center of town you have a choice of using the very convenient local underground railway service or taking the Panda Hotel’s free shuttle bus service, which takes guests to and from Tsim Sha Tsui.
The Panda Hotel Hong Kong has 1026 rooms for you to choose from, there is a choice of 4 different styles of standard rooms and 6 uniquely styled suites for special occasions. If you’re travelling on business you could also opt for a stay on the executive floor, which is reserved specially for short stay business travelers, with its own special services and a separate fast check in area. All guest rooms are lavished with the usual comforts that you’d expect in a 5 star hotel, including WIFI connections, a full mini bar, cable TV, air conditioning and a hotel safe. Certain rooms such as the ‘Panda Plus’ include their own kitchenette with microwave to give visitors an extra homely atmosphere.
Once you’re settled in you might like to take part in some of the activities that the Panda Hotel Hong Kong has to offer, fitness lovers will be able to get their daily dose of exercise in the on site health center. There is also a sauna and spa to relax away your worries after a long day of sight seeing or business meetings; for those who enjoy the odd swim guest have access to an open air swimming pool and sunbathing area. In terms of food and beverages the hotel has 4 options to chase away you hunger, if you’re looking for a small snack to keep you going until dinner then there is the ‘Panda Café’, which offers sandwiches, sweets and a range of smoothies and juices. For a more filling meal you have a choice of traditional Chinese cuisine at the ‘Yin Yue’ restaurant or you might prefer the Western menu served at the ‘Balcony’ dining hall.