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Address: Unit No. 2001, 20/F,
68 Yee Wo Street,
Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 2805 6336
Fax: (852) 2577 8686
(Stock Code: 1881.HK)
Regal Hongkong Hotel
Located in the heart of Causeway Bay, one of the popular shopping and commercial districts in Hong Kong
Within walking distance from Victoria Park, Hong Kong Stadium - home to the annual spectacular Rugby Sevens Tournament and Happy Valley Racecourse where exciting horse races are staged regularly
Convenient location to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre
Regal Ballroom, The Forum, meeting and conference centre, provide full range of facilities catering to the needs of business travellers, meeting and exhibition delegates
Executive Club Floor features a collection of 82 tastefully appointed guestrooms and suites with a private lounge
Customer Recommended Hotel Award by (2016)
Caring Company 5 Years+ Award by The Hong Kong Council of Social Service (2009-2016)
Top 10 City-Nova Hotels of China by 10th China Hotel Starlight Awards (2015)
Class of Excellence Wastewi$e Label by Hong Kong Awards for Environmental Excellence (2014-2016)
Gold Benchmarking Certificate by EarthCheck (2018)
Alto 88 achieved Italian Hospitality Seal by Ospitalità Italiana as certified restaurant (2014-2018)
Alto 88 and Regal Palace voted as Hong Kong’s Best Restaurant by Hong Kong Tatler Magazine (2002-2017)
Regal Palace awarded Best of the Best Culinary Awards – Silver Award by Hong Kong Tourism Board (2015)
Café Rivoli awarded Best-Ever Dining Awards by Weekend Weekly (2014)
Alto 88 awarded Certificate of Excellence by TripAdvisor (2018)
88 Yee Wo Street,
Causeway Bay, Hong Kong.
Tel: (852) 2890 6633
Fax: (852) 2881 0777
Room Count: 481     Ballroom: 239 sq. m.
Opening Year: 1993     Meeting Room: 14
Covered Floor Area: 32,000 sq. m.     Business Centre: 1
Gross Floor Area: 25,090 sq. m.     Pool: 1
Restaurant: 3     Club Lounge: 1
Bar / Lounge: 1          
Regal REIT (a Hong Kong collective investment scheme authorized under section 104 of the Securities and Futures Ordinance (Chapter 571 of the Laws of Hong Kong))