The location of this hotel is not on the bustling commercial street, but on the well-known 'half-mountain' of Hong Kong. It is not far from the core area of Hong Kong Island - Central and Admiralty. There are minibuses at the entrance of the hotel to and from the MTR Hong Kong Station. There are also many buses going down to the MTR Central or Admiralty Station at the entrance of the hotel. Even if the taxi is going to the MTR station at the foot of the mountain, it will only be 30 Hong Kong dollars. In fact, as a traveler, if time is not tense, it may be most pleasant to stroll up and down the mountain. It can be easily gathered into the crowds of people going up and down the mountain to feel the life of ordinary citizens in Hong Kong. While staying at this hotel, you can take a few steps to take the famous 'Half Mountain Escalator' (usually up, down in the morning peak) and steps (downhill), which has added a lot of fun to my trip. In addition to its location, the hotel's scenery is also very good in the middle of the mountain, overlooking the Bank of China Tower and Victoria Bay. Originally traveling alone, only booked a big bed room. However, it was upgraded to an executive room for a reason, and the room area was much larger. The waiters in the lobby performed well. It is worth mentioning that the room attendant. I used to leave a small tip on the bedside when I went out the next day. I came back at night and found that the waiter specially left the note to thank you. It made people feel very warm. The price of this hotel is not expensive, it should be cheaper on the same-grade hotel on Hong Kong Island. I have lived in another star-rated hotel before coming to Hong Kong. I feel that except for the newer room facilities, other aspects are not as good as this one. If you come back to Hong Kong in the future, you will probably still live in this house.