Just wrapped up a stay at the Crowne Plaza Hong Kong in Causeway Bay. Great hotel and location works perfectly fine for me as a tourist. The hotel room is nice and modern with excellent service from the staff. I'd definitely go back again but beware, the wifi in the room was a little spotty. What made this hotel great was the location with access to the Causeway Bay station off the MTR in Times Square. Times Square has some great restaurants inside including Lei Garden which I believe is the only 1 Michelin star dim sum restaurant. For really good food but for a more affordable price, Chung's Garden is located on the same floor of the Times Square complex (10th Floor) and has a cool modern design as well. The tea service at Chung's was very good. Around the Times Square are tons of shopping and eating as well. Across the street from Times Square to the East is Ho Hung Kee Congee & Noodle Wanton Shop. It is a small hole in the wall type place but always packed due to the value priced tasty food for locals. Definitely a good place to stop for a break through your day of shopping. Edit: And if I'm not mistaken, this is also a 1 Michelin star restaurant. Right across the street from Crowne Plaza is Sushi One which offers some pretty good values on Japanese food and they even have a conveyor belt if you haven't been to one before. It's pretty good and a definite good value in HK thus leading to likely lines in the evenings. I've stayed at the Conrad previously and while I like the hotel and service a lot, the accessibility off the Admiralty stop of the MTR is convenient (especially walking completely indoors in the mall), the actual location had less to offer to me and felt more removed from HK life than Crowne Plaza HK's location in Causeway Bay... ultimately making this trip much more enjoyable.