The Hing Fat Residence

hong kong, far east
3 bedroom - 2 bath
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$585 per night (USD)
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  • Air Conditioning
  • Baby Bath
  • Baby Monitor
  • Babysitter / Nanny
  • Backyard / Garden
  • Balcony
  • Bathtub
  • Bed Rails
  • Bicycles
  • Cabinet Locks
  • Changing Table
  • Chef / Catering
  • Children's Dinnerware
  • Corner Guards
  • DVD Library
  • DVD Player
  • Dishwasher
  • Elevator
  • Fireplace Guards
  • Game Console
  • High Chair
  • Housekeeper
  • Outlet Plugs
  • Parking
  • Pet-friendly
  • Pool
  • Pool Gate
  • Stair Gates
  • Television
  • Toys / Children's Books
  • Washer / Dryer
  • Wifi
  • Window Guards
1 king
1 queen
2 sofa bed (double)
2 air bed

Perks for the Parents

This 1500sq ft apartment on the edge of Victoria Park on Hong Kong Island has incredible views over the city’s skyscrapers and the bay. In an authentic part of the city, there are plenty of ways to engage with local culture, including Tai Chi lessons in the park every morning, which also has a swimming pool open from 6.30am-10pm daily. The apartment is well equipped with items to make your stay easier: including a Nespresso coffee machine, air conditioning and heating, dehumidifiers, a Phillips Ionizer and cleaning and babysitting at an extra cost on demand.

Why Kids Love it

With mesmerizing views of the skyscrapers and city, this apartment’s location has plenty to offer kids. There is a fantastic park steps away with a pool, rollerblade rink, climbing, swings, football, tennis, volleyball and extensive children’s playground. A high chair and crib are available. Nearby attractions include the Harbourfront, a 5-minute walk from the apartment, where you can find the Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelter, Noon Day Gun and Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club where the rich and famous moor their luxury yachts and powerboats. Children's toys and games may be available on request.

Things to Know

Minimum stay: 3 days. The apartment is on the ninth floor with 2 elevators. There is 24 hour security at the ground floor entrance to the building. The building is relatively old for Hong Kong standard, built in 1955. There is passcode access. It is accessible from ground level with no steps leading up to the building. Windows do not have child locks but they can be arranged. No pets allowed. No smoking. Shoes off at entrance please. The residence has a Miele washing machine and dryer, high speed WiFi, a Samsung 3D TV, BluRay player, HiFi and all linens provided.

About the Location

The apartment is on the edge of Victoria Park on Hong Kong island. It is a popular local neighborhood with Causeway Bay, the busiest shopping area on HK island, just a 10-minute stroll away through the park. Causeway Bay and the local Tin Hau neighborhood are among of the most famous areas in Hong Kong for locals and travelers to shop or simply have a bite to eat. Tin Hau MTR (train) station is 5 minutes’ walk away. Hong Kong public library is 10 minutes’ walk and the harbourfront is 5 minutes’ walk. Hong Kong airport is a 40-minute drive away.

Accommodation Details

This 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom modern apartment includes an open plan living/dining area, kitchen with views over Victoria Park, master suite with super kingsize bed and ensuite bathroom with shower, second bedroom with queensize bed and further bedroom with queensize bed. The second bathroom has a shower. Along with beds noted, there are 3 single air beds and 2 sofa beds for additional guests.

Style Notes

Modern and uncluttered. The interior of the apartment offers a simple but modern and very comfortable look and feel. The stand out feature is the panoramic views of the famous Hong Kong harbour, skyline and Victoria Park: on good days Lantau Island is clearly visible through the harbor channel and if you watch closely you can see the fireworks light up in Disneyland each night. The building light shows every evening on the harborside buildings are also clearly visible.

Member since March 23, 2016
Property Manager

Hong Kong, Far East

Skyscrapers, sushi and the Star Ferry

Glittering Hong Kong is a city with something for everyone. Want fast-paced, bustling street markets, sumptuous restaurants and some of the best sushi in the world? It’s here. But if you prefer a quieter life, nature trails, beaches and island hopping, it’s here too. For kids, Hong Kong Disneyland and Ocean Park are star attractions; just as fun is eating in restaurants overlooking the sea with tanks of fish to choose from. Night market noodles, views from The Peak and a trek up the 268 steps to the Big Buddha are also on the must-do list. There’s more than enough to do here for a week or more.