Excelsior Hotel Hong Kong

Excelsior Hotel Hong Kong

Update: The hotel shut in March 2019 to be redeveloped into an commercial office tower.

Overlooking the glorious Victoria Harbour, 34 floors of luxury await guests here. Convenient to the airport and MRT, the Mandarin Oriental Excelsior nestles in the heart of Hong Kong’s shopping centre in Causeway Bay, just minutes from the CBD. The hotel was built on plot #1 which was the very first parcel of land sold in 1841 after Hong Kong became a British colony and originally was a warehouse for Jardine Matheson. The hotel opened in 1973 and was well known to tourists and residents as a key part of Hong Kong’s colonial past also being the tallest building in Causeway Bay. The hotel was also made famous by events such as the “Revenge of the Pink Panther” film in the hotel lobby in 1978.

The Excelsior features 886 rooms and suites, and this hotel was designed with both the business traveler and the visitor in mind so you can be sure it’s suitable for most travellers.

This hotel is close not only to the Times Square Shopping Mall, but also to Victoria Park and the Happy Valley Race Course for a bracing time. Take the ferry to Kowloon when you need to add some hustle and bustle. Don’t worry there is plenty of things to do in Hong Kong so you won’t be short of activities when you visit. Outside the hotel doors lies a whole world of cuisine and culture, nightlife and music. However, the intrepid explorer need not even leave the hotel. The Excelsior provides its own entertainment and culinary delights, too; quite a few of them.

Hong Kong Excelsior Wine + Dine Options

This hotel houses a combination of seven on-premises eateries, cafes, clubs, and restaurants. For its delicious Italian cuisine and expansive wine list, Cammino is an excellent choice. Tee Yung Heen is renown for its bold artwork and award-winning menu, all authentic Cantonese cuisine and dim sum. ToTT’s, or the Talk of the Town, is a chic eatery serving international dishes with an inspired twist.

Casual and vibrant, the Cafe offers a la cart dining in international flavours. The Lounge is for lighter fare, snacks and afternoon tea, with posh couches for relaxing and potent coffees any time of the day. EXpresso is a coffee bar supplying the adventurous with over 15 different types of Italian coffee. On-the-go meals are also available. To unwind, try Dickens Bar, named for the author and decorated in a sports motif. It’s a British pub in the heart of Hong Kong, complete with traditional beer and a curry lunch buffet.

Excelsior Hong Kong Dining Options

  • Yee Tung Heen (Cantonese)
  • Tott’s and Roof Terrace (Modern European)
  • Cammino (Italian Specialties)
  • Cafe on the 1st (All Day Dining)
  • Dickens Bar (British Sports Bar)
  • Express (Coffee Bar)

Excelsior Hotel Room Overview

  • Standard Room
  • Superior Room
  • Deluxe Harbour View Room
  • Grandluxe Harbour View Room
  • Executive Floor
  • Executive Suite
  • Deluxe Suite
  • Presidential Suite

Excelsior Hong Kong Room Features

  • Complimentary Wifi Access
  • Many Feature Water Views
  • 21 spacious suites overlooking Victoria Harbour

Excelsior Hong Kong Hotel Facilities

  • Fitness Centre (24 hours for hotel guests)
  • Wellness Spa Center (Sauna + Steam Rooms)

Mandarin Oriental Excelsior Hong Kong Address
281 Gloucester Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

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