After getting off the A21 City Flyer bus, I walked a short block to the Hyatt Regency Tsim Sha Tsui. Although the Grand Hyatt Hong Kong is nicer, and they are probably done with their renovation, it is sort of isolated. Plus, I actually enjoyed my stay at the Hyatt Regency Tsim Sha Tsui on my prior visit.
Since I was arriving very late, check-in was quick and smooth. I had applied a Diamond Suite upgrade for this stay.
My room was located on the 18th floor at the end of the hallway.
Upon entering the room there is a short hallway with a nice black and white picture, at which time you could go left or right.
To the left was a small living room of sorts. There is a slightly curved couch, table and luggage rack.
There was also a smaller flat screen TV, coffee maker, 5 bottles of water, and the mini-bar.
There was a welcome amenity of a plate of fruit.
I was also given a bottle of wine.
From the living room, you could look across the bedroom and into the bathroom.
There is a small desk, with a decent amount of work space if just working on a computer. The hotel provides a free cell phone to use during your stay. You can make unlimited phone calls, and free internet use on the phone. Best of all, you can use the phone as a wifi hotspot.
The bed has a nightstand on each side. A bottle of water was also provided. Although there were outlets, I could not get them to work.
There is a small TV in the corner of the bedroom.
The bathroom had a nice deep tub, which I did not use.
There is a single sink with a decent amount of counter space.
The toilet has its own enclosure.
The shower had dual shower heads, as well as a mirror. Both water pressure and water temperature were very good.
When turning right at the end of the entrance hallway, was an open closet. It contained robes, slippers, iron, ironing board, and a couple of drawers.
You could see into the living room from the closet area, and vice versa.
I had a nice view of Victoria Harbor from my room.
Breakfast is served in the Club Lounge. The lounge is split up into two areas. The main area is somewhat small and narrow.
There is a back room, which is a little bigger. Both rooms have fantastic views of Victoria Harbor.
There was a selection of bread, beans, sausage, green beans and pork, noodles, congee, pastries, fruit, cereal, salad fixings, cheese, milk, yogurt, drinks, museli, juice, cold cuts and a coffee machine.
There is also a small menu with eggs prepared to your liking, sausage, bacon, asparagus, hash browns, and a grilled tomato.
During the evening there was a selection of chips, bread, desserts, salads, soup, mushrooms, guacamole, salsa, crudité, cheese, and nuts.
Hot items included lamb meatballs, vegetable buns, and shrimp toast.
The gym is on the smaller side, but has a decent variety of equipment, as well a small fridge of water.
The hotel also has an outdoor garden, which was kind of sparse at the time of my visit.
There is also a small play area on the garden level.
The pool was located one floor down from the garden level.
There is a small seating area with a bar.
There was a sign saying that the pool was closed, but there were a few people laying out by the pool.
I had a great stay at the Hyatt Regency Tsim Sha Tsui. If you don’t mind being on the Kowloon side, I think this is a solid choice. It is attached to the K11 mall, there are MTR stations accessible without leaving the hotel. In addition, there is a vast amount of shopping and restaurants in the immediate area.