Courtyard Hong Kong

Review : Courtyard Hong Kong | Marriott Bonvoy

Hotel Courtyard Hong Hong
Country China
City Hong Kong
Room Type Guest Room, City View
Loyalty Program Status Titanium
Points Per Night 30,000 points
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To the point Here's my review of the Courtyard Hong Kong, a Select hotel and member of the Marriott Bonvoy program.

Hong Kong having just opened to the public without restrictions and since I took advantage of a very good deal to travel on Emirates first class which can now be booked with Aeroplan points, I decided to stay at the Courtyard Hong Kong.

Courtyard Hong Kong - Booking

The cost in Marriott Bonvoy points when I booked was 30,000 points or $203 in cash. In this case, it was more attractive for me to book in cash given the Marriott Bonvoy points rating by Milesopedia. I always use this tool when booking to make the right choice.

Courtyard Hong Kong
Courtyard Hong Kong

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Courtyard Hong Kong - Location

The Courtyard Hong Kong is located at 167 Connaught Road West on Hong Kong Island in the Sai Ying Pun area, but its entrance is on Water Street.

It may seem a bit far from the center of the city, but if you like to walk, you can reach the center in 30 minutes. The nearest subway station is 7 minutes away (Sai Ying Pun MTR station).

From the airport, there are several ways to get to the hotel: Taxi, bus or the Airport Express train. My advice is to take the A12 bus which is very easy to find at the airport exit. After a 45-minute drive, the bus will drop you off directly in front of the hotel at the Water Street stop. The bus ticket costs HK$45 (about $7) and there is free wifi, which is very convenient.

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Courtyard Hong Kong - Check-in

Although I had completed my online check-in in the Marriott Bonvoy app, before I could get the room keys, I had to go through the front desk to present my passport and make a deposit on my credit card.

Being a Titanium member, I was also given a sheet with the various benefits offered and the hours of access to the Executive Lounge. Platinum and above members enjoy the following benefits:

  • Free local calls
  • 20% discount on laundry and dry cleaning
  • 20% off food and beverages at Momo Café
  • Access to the Executive Lounge
Courtyard hong kong Lobby
Courtyard hong kong Lobby

Courtyard Hong Kong - Room

I stayed in a room with a view of the city on the 31st floor. The room is quite small, it measures 24 m2 to be precise. Traveling alone, I didn’t feel cramped, however if you are two, you won’t really want to spend much time in the room.

Courtyard Hong Kong - Vue sur la ville
Courtyard Hong Kong - Vue sur la ville

There is also a desk area with an adapter to plug in your devices. The adapter is lent for the stay but there is also the possibility to buy it if you wish to keep it.

Courtyard Hong Kong - Bureau
Courtyard Hong Kong - Bureau

Directly in the entrance, there is the coffee/tea area and a refrigerator. However, note that there is no coffee maker but only a kettle. If you’re in the mood for a good cup of coffee, don’t worry, you can find a Starbucks just across the street. In the closet, you will find the necessary items if you need to iron your clothes as well as a safe.

The bathroom is functional and very well laid out, however there is no rain shower. The shower head in my room didn’t fit properly on the bar either, it turned on its own and the water went right on the wall. In short, if you like not having to hold the shower head like I do, you will be disappointed.

Courtyard Hong Kong - Breakfast

Breakfast is served at Momo Café on the second floor. During the week, breakfast is served between 6:30 and 10:30 am and until 11 am on weekends and holidays.

Courtyard Hong Kong - Petit Dejeuner
Courtyard Hong Kong - Petit-Déjeuner

The buffet offers many options: raw vegetables, fruits, cereals, bacon, pastries and fruit juices. A station is available for eggs as well as noodles and dim sum. To be honest, I was not impressed with the buffet and the quality of the food which was bland.

Courtyard Hong Kong - Other Services

Courtyard Hong Kong - Lounge

The lounge is located on the second floor and is accessible to members with Platinum status and above.

It is open every day from 6:30 am to 10 pm. Between 5:30 and 7:30 p.m., hors d’oeuvres, desserts and alcoholic beverages are served. Coffee, tea, soft drinks and snacks are available at other times.

A business center with computers is available in the lounge.

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Courtyard Hong Kong - Gym

The fitness room is located on the sixth floor and is open at all times.

Bottom Line

The Courtyard Hong Kong is perfect for a short stay or if you are doing remote work. I think this hotel is more for solo travelers or for business trips. Please note that the hotel does not have a pool.

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He has been a travel enthusiast since a young age and has been involved in the wonderful world of loyalty programs for years. He particularly enjoys staying in the hotels of the Marriott Bonvoy group.

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