EcoTree Hotel Hong Kong – 5 Reasons to Entice You to Stay at this Stylish Hotel

EcoTree Hotel Hong Kong – 5 Reasons to Entice You to Stay at this Stylish Hotel

May 30, 2018

Hong Kong comprises three main regions, namely Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and the New Territories. EcoTree Hotel Hong Kong is located on Hong Kong Island where you can find most of the tourist attractions. Some of the oldest parts of the city are located in the Central and Western districts, and you can get a glimpse into how Hong Kong used to be like in the past. The Lan Kwai Fong and Soho neighbourhoods are fantastic places for dining and entertainment. The main business and financial centre is also found on Hong Kong Island.

Whether you’re in Hong Kong for business or leisure, staying at the EcoTree Hotel Hong Kong will certainly provide convenience and accessibility. Here are 5 reasons to convince you to stay at the EcoTree Hotel Hong Kong.


#1 – Stylish & Comfortable Rooms


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From Superior Room to Deluxe Room to the Premier Suite, the variety of rooms offered at EcoTree Hotel Hong Kong caters to guests with different needs. While some rooms feature stunning sea views, others boast views of Hong Kong’s local residential neighbourhood. On a clear day, you’ll be able to catch the sunset over the sea horizon. The rooms are stylishly designed with modern facilities and I like the cozy and homely vibes. The free WiFi internet access allows great connectivity and being a couch potato, I liked relaxing in front of the 42” LCD panel screen TV.

There are colourful art pieces displayed in the rooms and around the hotel. I love how these bold and vibrant art pieces make the hotel feel lively and happy. If you have time, just take a stroll along the corridors on each floor and admire the wonderful art pieces.


#2 – Conveniently Located Beside The MTR Station


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Hong Kong’s subway system makes almost every location easily accessible, and the city is so well connected. Location is a great advantage to EcoTree Hotel Hong Kong because the hotel is directly beside Sai Ying Pun MTR Station (Island Line). Simple exit from A2, take a left turn and you’ll arrive at the EcoTree Hotel Hong Kong. Trams and buses also bring great convenience to the hotel guests.


#3 – You’ll Never Go Hungry


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With a cha chaan teng and the HN Spicy Hot Restaurant located within the hotel, you can look forward to waking up to scrumptious breakfasts and indulge in some spicy Sichuan food during lunch or dinner. There are 4 breakfast sets available at the café, and it’s so tough for me to decide which one I like best.

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As for the HN Spicy Hot Restaurant, I would recommend ordering the Steamed Fish Head with Pickled, Hot Pepper served in a Steam Pot. The fish is so fresh and flesh so tender, but be warned as it packs a fiery punch. I was introduced to the Marinated Fish Skin in Sour and Spicy Sauce. It is chewy and slightly crunchy, and the texture is quite similar to jellyfish. However, fish skin is healthier and good for the complexion. My meal ended with one of the strangest desserts I’ve ever tried – Sweet Fermented Rice Dumpling. It’s hard to describe the taste, but in short, I’m not a fan of this dessert.


#4 – Give Your Exhausted Bodies Some Pampering at the Ocean Spa


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Located within the hotel on the second and third floors, the Ocean Spa offers beauty and facial treatments, slimming treatments, and wellness and massage packages. They have facilities such as a sauna for guests to relax at.


#5 – Close Proximity to Tourist Attractions


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The EcoTree Hotel Hong Kong is located along the Dried Seafood Street, and the Sun Yat Sen Memorial Park, the Man Mo Temple, SOHO, PMQ and the so-called Instagram Pier are all within walking distance. Moreover, the famous street art located on Hollywood Road is just a stone’s throw away. Staying at the hotel makes exploring Hong Kong so much easier.

This 24-storey high hotel is worth considering if you are visiting Hong Kong Island. It provides so much convenience for guests and easy accessibility. Furthermore, you don’t have to worry about not being able to find food and places to shop at. I honestly enjoyed my stay at the EcoTree Hotel Hong Kong, and I’m planning to stay there again when I revisit Hong Kong with my family.

EcoTree Hotel Hong Kong
Address: 156-160 Des Voeux Road West, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong
Contact: (852) 2217 1888
Website: http://ecotreehotel.com.hk/

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

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