Eco Tree Hotel Causeway Bay – New Kid on the Block in Tin Hau

Eco Tree Hotel Causeway Bay – New Kid on the Block in Tin Hau

December 19, 2018

Having experienced a pleasant stay at Eco Tree Hotel Sheung Wan six months ago, I knew I had to give the new Eco Tree Hotel Causeway Bay a try during my recent visit to Hong Kong. Conveniently located near Tin Hau MTR station and Fortress Hill MTR station, this 99-room boutique hotel boasts uncompromised comfort and and is a great spot to indulge and relax. The hotel offers both the harbour view and the city view of its vibrant neighbourhood. A short walk to the MTR stations bring you to Hong’s Kong’s commercial hub and allow easy access to shopping and entertainment areas.



Eco Tree Hotel Causeway Bay will delight both leisure and business travellers. The accommodation ranges from the Superior Room, to the Deluxe Room to the Premier Suite. Earthy tones are used for all the rooms to give guests a homey and warm feeling. The huge windows allow natural sunlight to stream in, making every room brighter. Furthermore, you get to admire the view of Hong Kong’s skyline and the stunning Victoria Harbour in some of the rooms.



Although there is no swimming pool in the hotel, there’s a gym for you to work out and keep in shape during your holiday. If you need caffeine to keep you energised at anytime of the day, head down to the Coffee Corner at the lobby. Do note that daily buffet breakfast is served next door at the Oggi café.



Eco Tree Hotel Causeway Bay is a good starting point to explore Hong Kong. For a local experience, take the Ding Ding trams to Causeway Bay. The journey takes approximately 15 minutes. There is plenty of food choices which leaves you spoilt for choice and fashion boutiques for you to shop till you drop.

This new hotel is reasonably priced – definitely ideal for those who are looking to stay in the heart of Hong Kong yet have no budget for luxurious hotels that are too expensive.

Eco Tree Hotel Causeway Bay
Address: 15 Mercury Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Contact: (852) 2317 1788

Note that this is an invited stay, but the opinions are the writer’s own.

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