The Luxe Manor is located on a busy side street among the bustling Tsim Sha Tsui area. It is fashioned in the likeness of a luxury European manor.
The hotel lobby is decorated in a classic European style, with classic European sofas and chairs. The lift lobby is plastered with reflective mirrors like transported from some fantasy movie scene. In the lift, tap your room key card and your floor is automatically selected.
The Luxe Manor uses classic looking doors for their hotel rooms.
Behind the door, it opens up to their Studio Room. It is decently large in size compared to a regular hotel room in Hong Kong.
An often overlooked point to note, in-room heating is available and can be controlled in the aircon panel. This is something that is not commonly found in Hong Kong due to its mild winter weather.
A king size bed is provided in the room. A TV hangs on the wall opposite the bed.
A bedside table is located on both sides of the bed. Comes with a wall socket with both AC and USB sockets.
Next to the king bed is a lounge chair with a footrest. A writing desk with an office chair is placed by the window.
At the corner of the room is a vintage looking cabinet, and this is where the pantry is.
It comes with the usual coffee and tea bags, as well as a stocked up mini fridge.
Some liquor and snacks are available as well. Wine glasses are provided too.
Behind this pair of retro looking doors is a wardrobe and a safe box.
The bathroom is regular sized. Comes with a separate shower compartment with a rainforest shower head.
Basic bathroom amentities are provided.
The bathroom toiletries are hotel branded ones.
At the basement is a smallish gym room. Tap your room key card to access it. The usual gym equipment is available.
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If you like the busyness and bustling of the city, The Luxe Manor is conveniently located among Tsim Sha Tsui shopping area with lots of food and shopping options. Transportation is convenient as well, with Tsim Sha Tsui MTR nearby and regular buses going to-and-from the airport as well as different parts of Hong Kong.
The room is decent and rather comfy for a good night’s rest. If you are going to be out most of the time, The Luxe Manor is worth considering.
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The Luxe Manor