Hong Kong (PRWEB) June 09, 2015
Located between Mongkok and Tai Kok Tsui districts in Kowloon, Hong Kong – Dorsett Mongkok, Hong Kong presents travellers a modern sanctuary in a charming and authentic neighbourhood, teeming with culinary options from traditional cha chaan tengs (Hong Kong-style coffee shops) to inexpensive Michelin-starred restaurants. Hong Kong’s busiest flea markets such as Ladies Market and Temple Street Market are also within 15 minutes walking distance.
From now till July 31, 2015, Dorsett Mongkok is offering a 24-hour Free Stay to all guests with two consecutive paid nights on Best Available Rate (not applicable to promotions or discounted offers).
Things To Do In 24-Hours at Dorsett Mongkok
Thanks to its strategic location, guests can soak up the local cultures the moment they step out of the lobby. Dorsett Mongkok’s surrounding is like a little food galore where a bevy of independent restaurants and popular cha chaan tengs serving local comfort food like congee and wonton noodles are found at every turn. Michelin-starred dim sum restaurant, Tim Ho Wan, is also only a stone’s throw away. These restaurants are mostly frequented by locals, hence the price is exceptionally reasonable. One can also find plenty of small shops selling all sorts of daily essentials and local snacks at a fraction of the cost – a rare sight in this city where retail rents are exorbitant.
Let the exploration on foot continue to some of the popular tourist destinations and night bazaars like Ladies Market, Temple Street Market and Fa Yuen Street – all within 15 minutes’ walk. Nifty clothes, trendy sportswear, sneakers, collectible trinkets and Dai Pai Dongs (hawker stalls) serving street food can be found everywhere in these markets, all sold at reasonable prices. Depending on one’s haggling skill, one may end up paying less than another one for the same quality of good at the same shop. This haggling tradition goes on from evening till dawn, seven days a week.
Cultural explorers may also find Cantonese opera singing, a traditional form of Hong Kong music; and fortune telling, where local people would line up waiting to be told of their fates, an intriguing sight to see at Temple Street Market.
If shopping at night bazaars aren’t quite enough, take the complimentary hotel shuttle bus that runs to several places daily to one of the many mega shopping malls nearby like Langham Place Mall and Elements, where travellers will be able to shop from a huge variety of international brands from all over the world.
Nothing Beats A Hong Kong-Style Breakfast To Kick-start the Hong Kong Experience. Now It Is Available at No-cost for Early Arriving Guests
That’s right – the hotel is giving away complimentary Early Morning Treats to guests arriving at the hotel before 11am. The treats include a freshly made Pineapple Bun and Silky Milk Tea, served at the cosy Dorsett Lounge. The Lounge is also equipped with a full-body massage chair and WiFi service. Female travellers will receive a complimentary facial mask.
‘My 24-hr @ Dorsett Mongkok’ Aims To Make Every Stay A Unique Story To Tell
Given its excellent transportation link and merely 4 minutes away from Olympic MTR station, Dorsett Mongkok is undeniably one of the perfect locations for travellers to start their Hong Kong adventure. The hotel boasts a team of caring, professional and knowledgeable staff who understands the local culture better than anyone else. Most importantly, they are ready to go the extra mile to ensure the comfort of all of their guests, helping them create a memorable stay every time they return to the hotel. After all, no journeys should be the same. At Dorsett Mongkok, every stay is a unique story to tell.
Additional Perks That Come With Every Stay
My 24-Hour Free Stay is applicable for all room types. Additional perks that come with every stay include complimentary use of smart phone with 3G internet, unlimited local and IDD calls to nine countries including UK, US, AUS, Canada, China, Japan, Korea, Singapore and Malaysia; complimentary shuttle bus towards multiple destinations and 24-hour Full Stay*, to name a few. For reservations: http://www.mongkok.dorsetthotels.com
Terms & Conditions:
All Stay 3 Pay 2 packages are non-refundable once bookings are confirmed. Maximum 1 complimentary night per stay.
Promotion is for Best Available Rate only and not applicable to discounted rates.
24-hour Full Stay (flexible check-in time with an entire 24-hour stay) is only for bookings made on hotel website and is subject to availability
24-hour advance notice with arrival flight details is required in order to enjoy Early Morning Treats at Dorsett Mongkok, Hong Kong
About Dorsett Mongkok, Hong Kong
Dorsett Mongkok, Hong Kong is located between Mongkok and Tai Kok Tsui districts – Hong Kong’s most celebrated jumble for the new/old, east/west and a place heavily soaked in local heritage that goes along with global glam. Opened in mid of 2010 (previously known as Cosmo Hotel Mongkok), this 100% in-door smoke-complimentary , mid-scale cotemporary city hotel in Hong Kong offers 285 rooms including 20 suites. Specially designed Room Comfort, Room Superior, Room Executive, Room Family Quad, Suite Premier are all presented with modish décor and functional design making them most well-appointed for any kind of stay. The hotel’s dramatic double-height entrance and huge chandelier begin a chapter filled with the warmest welcome and most attentive care. A mere 4-minute walk to Olympic Station, the hotel is also a 10-minute walk to MongKok MTR station and an easy 30-minute drive from Hong Kong International Airport. Famous local markets and world-class shopping malls are found both close by. The Thai restaurant Thai Pad is a place to savour Thai cuisine in its authenticity.
Dorsett Mongkok, one of the best hotels in Kowloon Hong Kong is the recipient of 2014 TripAdvisor Traveler’s Choice. For more information on Dorsett Mongkok, Hong Kong, visit: http://www.mongkok.dorsetthotels.com
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