New World Millenium Hong Kong has just undergone a huge make over and it shows. Our stay included Residence Club benefits which means upon check in we were whisked up to a premium check in with coffee, beverages and snacks up on the 14th floor lounge while our luggage was taken care of by the bell staff.
My son was delighted with the attention in the residence club lounge. He sipped his apple juice and inhaled the dozen choc chip cookies staff gave him whilst overlooking stunning views of Victoria Harbour.
If you’ve ever been to Hong Kong you will know many hotel rooms are very very small so we were hugely impressed on walking into our room to see how much space we had. The bathroom of our room at The New World Millennium was bigger than our entire hotel room at other Hong Kong hotels.
Our room was lovely and super comfy. The bed was huge, the view was stunning and it was so so quiet within the room.
My son was delighted to find a dvd player in the room so he could have a rest and watch a movie. While I made the most of the stunning bathroom and toiletries to have a huge bubble bath. I also enjoyed the Handy phone, an internet phone in the room which you can use for tethering, international calls or to help you find your way around Hong Kong with free internet maps. We called my mum at home and had a good chat and the calls are free!
There is a small shopping area directly opposite the hotel which has money changers and a convenience store so you can stock up on necessities like water and snacks. The hotel is virtually on the Tsim Sha Tsui promenade so a great place for an exploration stroll.
Food at Cafe East was amazing and there was plenty to fill even the fussiest eater and if you love seafood you’ll be in heaven here.
Cafe East is very family friendly; kids under 6 eat free with a paying adult and it wasn’t long before cute plastic Disney plates and cups arrived for my son.
The choices are endless and The Wandering Child was right in his wisdom to go wild for the desserts, they are amazing. Make sure you save room.
We woke starving and ready to investigate whether Cafe East’s breakfast is as impressive as the dinner they offer (spolier alert; it is!)
We munched on pastries, eggs, bacon, rice, noodle, yogurt, fruit. They have every breakfast option you can imagine for both Asian and Western tastes. Guests with residence club benefits are welcome to breakfast in the 14th floor lounge too if they prefer. There are fewer options offered up there but it is very calm and quiet and you can have a leisurely read of the newspaper or gaze at the view over your toast.
Thank you to New World Millennium hotel Hong Kong for hosting our stay. As always all opinions are my own.