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Bespoke luxury and sophistication at The Olympian Hong Kong

Nestled in Kowloon’s ‘Golden Circle’ and minutes away from the Olympic MTR Station, The Olympian Hong Kong is new in Hong Kong’s hospitality scene but has quickly gone up the ranks in the span of less than a year by offering more sophisticated accommodations by combining refined tranquility and urban vitality.

The Olympian experience immediately begun as we opened the front doors to a colossal foyer with a towering chandelier and ravishing floral arrangements.

The Olympian Hong Kong Chandelier.jpg

The doorman politely escorted us to the next floor for check-in and were quickly whisked away to our room sharing the same floor with the 24/7 reception, fitness center, laundry room and executive lounge. That fact alone makes everything convenient and accessible.

As soon as we stepped in to our room, my eyes literally popped and my jaw dropped!

The size of our Grand Harbor View Room is truly grand and it is with great pleasure to write about our great stay at The Olympian Hong Kong.

First off, let’s begin in the kitchenette. It includes a full size fridge, microwave, nespresso machine and variety of premium treats.

The Olympian Hong Kong Kitchen.JPG

The bathroom area didn’t fell short of space either. There was an exceptionally large mirror with attached recessed his and her sinks alongside with all the necessary amenities we needed – a large bath, vanity mirror, hair dryer, weighing scale and Acca Kappa bath amenities. And oh, a separate shower cubicle with rain shower was divine!

There is also a generous living space with a 55-inch LED TV with interactive IPTV, dining table and large sofa which crafts a warm and private residential ambiance. I was also deeply impressed by the elegant contemporary furnishings placed around the room and the impeccably swathed hardwood flooring.

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Our welcome amenities included a bowl of fresh fruits, local delightful snacks and a handy. The “handy” is a smartphone for travelers that comes pre-loaded with bespoke software specifically designed for tourists visiting Hong Kong.

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Suspense was seriously built up as we moved through our room. I can safely say, the hotel was saving the best for last.

“Truly a luxury reserved for the privileged few.” shares The Olympian Hong Kong and they have lived up to it without question.

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Our Egyptian cotton linen king-sized bed was heavenly soft paired with hypoallergenic Sealy Executive pillows and silky smooth duvets. There is another 55-inch LED TV, a spacious wardrobe and dresser which doubles as a desk.

But, what really blew me away is the floor-to-ceiling window which offers mesmerizing sea view over Victoria Harbor and skyline of Hong Kong.

I could look at this view all day and night.

The Olympian Hong Kong View.jpg

We are truly speechless. And, just when I thought it couldn’t get better at The Olympian Hong Kong, the phone rang. A sweet voice gently asked us if our room suits to our liking. A prompt, big yes is absolutely the perfect answer.

Now, I am just counting the days until I return to The Olympian Hong Kong.

*We were invited to stay at The Olympian Hong Kong in return for our honest and open review. The views and opinions expressed on this post are purely ours and not influenced by the hotel and its affiliates in any way.

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Hey there! I am a small town girl who used to work as a Software Engineer for a Fortune 500 company. I left my 9-5 job to travel the world. I am a certified Level 2 scuba diver, a Vinyasa yogi and a former IT professor. I love trekking the mountains, fishing and camping. I speak 5 languages. Cheers!


  1. Wow!! This is so amazing and beautiful… I love it. I wish I can go here one day and appreciate such beauty! Thank you for this amazing post 🙂 xoxo


  2. catattack94 says

    Wow :O what a beautiful hotel!! Love the color design and everything, the wood floors and the tile walls in the rooms is gorgeous and that chandelier!


  3. Amber says

    I’d enjoy this hotel. Everything looks so lovely. It’s great that they left out snacks.


  4. Wow, that’s a really beautiful room! I probably would have taken a good while just to stop gawking at the chandelier in the lobby too – how lovely. Sounds like an amazing place to visit.


  5. Wow!! This is so amazing and beautiful. I would love to visit this place and stay there. Amazing place to visit. Thanks for sharing.


  6. What a gorgeous hotel – a proper home away from home. I’m a sucker for dark wood interiors so totally loving this 🙂
    Katja xxx


  7. Elizabeth O. says

    Everything is just lovely here! I love staying at hotels that doesn’t just make you feel at home, but is visually appealing as well.


  8. Robin Rue says

    This is such a beautiful hotel. I would love to stay here just for the pure glam of it all.


  9. I was literally just talking to my husband about how it’s been awhile that we stayed at a hotel. After reading your post, I am now really eager to book my next one. I shall check this one out when I visit the area, too 🙂


  10. Wow! Olympian Hong Kong hotel looks amazing! Really like the chandelier and the Egyptian cotton linen king-sized bed too!


  11. That hotel looks incredible and also comes with a lot of amenities as well. Getting your own smart phone from the hotel is pretty helpful and a coffee machine is always welcome. The view of the harbour is fantastic like you say.


  12. This is a pretty awesome hotel! It’s been a long time since I last went to Hong Kong. It’s nice that there’s a smartphone that you can use while you’re there. Perfect for bringing on tours and more.


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