Rosedale on the Park Hong Kong Hotel ReviewThis flight is part of my trip to Melbourne through Hong Kong and Macao:
- American Airlines DFW-HKG Business 77W Review
- Mott32 Restaurant in Hong Kong Review
- Rosedale on the Park Hong Kong Hotel Review
- Overcoming Disappointment at Tim Ho Wan in Hong Kong
- The Great Scrambled Eggs Nazi at Australia Dairy
- Ferry from Hong Kong to Macao with Turbojet
- Sheraton Macao Review with Free Ferry Transfers
- Cathay Pacific HKG G16 Lounge Review
- Cathay Pacific HKG The Bridge Lounge Review
- Cathay Pacific HKG The Cabin Lounge Review
- Cathay Pacific HKG The Pier Lounge Review
- Cathay Pacific First Class JFK-HKG Review
- When a First Class Passenger Responds to a Medical Emergency
- Cathay Pacific HKG-KUL Business Class Review
- Malaysia Airlines KUL-MEL Business Class Review
- ACMI Melbourne Dreamworks Animation Exhibition
- Melbourne Healesville Sanctuary Review
- Grand Hyatt Melbourne Hotel Review
- Melbourne Marathon 2014 Race Day Review
- Singapore Airlines First Class MEL-SIN-ICN-SFO Review
- Star Alliance First and Business Lounge Review at MEL
- Singapore Airlines Business, First and Private Room at SIN
- Qantas MEL Domestic Business and First Class Lounge
- Qantas BNE International Business and First Class Lounge
- Hong Kong Ferry Terminal Macau Restaurant
- Hong Kong Olympian City Tim Ho Wan Dim Sum Review
- Hong Kong Airport Plaza Premium Lounge
The hotel was pretty easy to find. I got off at Tin Hau and then once on the main road, I looked up and saw the Rosedale sign on top of one of the large buildings. You can see one of the road signs below.
When entering into the lobby, it was very nice. It was on the 1st floor with a long set of escalators up to the lobby area. There are three elevators that go all the way to the ground floor from the guest rooms. I found this hotel to be reasonably priced and had a great location on Hong Kong Island so I booked it on Hotels.com.
There were a few different types of room. Luckily, I checked in late and they ran out of regular rooms so they gave me an executive room. My original booking was for a standard room and I managed to book it for under $120. The room I got was the top tier and it went for about $165, so it wasn’t a huge upgrade but any upgrade is nice.
It was two double beds pushed together, which wasn’t a big deal for me. The internet was pretty quick. There wasn’t a view out of the window as it was facing the next building.
Below you will see some of the complementary bathroom amenities. The shower was nice and strong, and sorely needed after flying for about 20 hours or so from Boston.
The next morning, I went down to check out the gym. It is open 24 hours but it was quite small. I figure that not many people would go and use it. There was a computer if you wanted internet access.
Overall it was a good solid property with a great location and price. This would also be an ideal hotel for the Hong Kong Marathon as it is only a few blocks away from Victoria Park, where the marathon ends.