Taking its name from a Cantonese term meaning “fragrant harbour”, Hong Kong is a harbour-front city boasting a wealth of experiences, activities and attractions to dazzle every visitor that lands on its shores. From the looming skyscrapers of its financial district to the untamed swathes of pristine natural land in the outlying islands, Hong Kong’s ever-varied landscape surprises at every step.
Kowloon is the most densely populated area in Hong Kong and is renowned for its vibrant culture and permanent atmosphere of excitement and motion. Glimpse the peerless beauty of Hong Kong with today’s Groupon for Metropark Hotel
Located at the heart of Kowloon and offering convenient and unprecedented access to all the treasures Hong Kong has to offer, Metropark Hotel is an ideal jumping-off point for travellers looking to fully experience the Pearl of the Orient. Groupies are transferred from the airport by a shuttle bus to rest their weary heads in one of the hotel’s luxurious Superior King or Twin rooms.
Each room is lushly appointed in a modern yet welcoming style and is packed with modern amenities to ensure that stays are as comfortable as possible. The hotel’s most significant feature is its proximity to the Prince Edward MTR Station and Cross-Boundary Coach Terminals, located just a minute’s wander from the front door of the hotel. With two major transportation hubs just a momentary jaunt away, peeps can explore massive swathes of Hong Kong’s landmass with little effort.
Those who don’t feel like straying far from home immerse themselves in the hotel’s many appealing facilities, grabbing something sweet at the Metropark Corner Cake Shop, a quick drink at the Cheers Bar or a sumptuous meal in the hotel’s Lyche Garden Chinese Restaurant.
Groupies are treated to an action-packed itinerary, designed to reveal the hidden pleasures and breathtaking attractions with which Hong Kong teems. The excitement kicks off on peeps’ first full day in Hong Kong, with eager tourists boarding the thrilling Peak Tram, a steeply inclining journey which offers staggering views of the city and tunnels replete with centuries-old memorabilia.
The afternoon is spent in Aberdeen, a floating fishing village that beggars belief before a Star Ferry lets Groupies experience the incredible beauty of Victoria Harbour. Day Three sees travellers strike out on their own, exploring nooks and crannies of the world-famous city to seek out superior souvenirs and idiosyncratic attractions.
Peeps can also opt to pay a visit to Disneyland Hong Kong where, at additional charge, they can party with Mickey, Pluto, Goofy and the whole anthropomorphic gang. On Day Four, those who have opted for the three-night package are transferred to the airport for their bittersweet homeward journey while those who have opted for longer trips enjoy the rest of their time in Hong Kong on their own terms, with leisure time making up the remainder of the trip. Folks still in the mood for some organized activities can take advantage, for an additional fee, of the optional Macau day-tour including a delicious lunch.
When we arrived we felt that we didn't fit in as we had our back-packs on and looked scruffy, and this is a posh hotel!!! We loved it though!
– Smalls1983, Trip Advisor, July 2011
The first thing that attracted us to Metropark was the location-- just across the street from Prince Edward MTR Station and in the heart of Mongkok. If you've been to HK before, you know how important it is to be in very close proximity to an MTR station.
– Xsaltire, Trip Advisor, June 2012
Located within one minute’s walk from Prince Edward MTR Station and Cross-Boundary Coach Terminals, Metropark Hotel is easily accessed from a multitude of Hong Kong regions. A transfer service is provided from the airport.