At this property now, my third stay since the hotel opened, and since there is no review yet for this property, thought I'd contribute. Getting Here: Normally I take the Airport Express to Kowloon station and followed by the free shuttle bus K3 that will drop you in the underground parking garage of the hotel (level B3). If you take a taxi, it will also drop you off here. From B3, you take an elevator to level L where the lobby is. Check-in: The lobby is a little stark and there are hardly any places to sit except a couple of long benches. As Diamond, I'm always escorted to the Regency Club Lounge to complete the check-in. It is on level 23 of the hotel. Check-in usually fast and efficient with the very friendly lounge staff. Room: The room is small, I believe the smallest standard room of the 3 Hyatts in HK. The decor is clean and modern. The bathroom is fairly big in comparison to the size of the room. In fact I thought that they could make the bathroom smaller so that the bed area could be bigger. I am always upgraded to Harbour View rooms on high floors with club access. I've always booked the cheapest rate (city view room). The harbour view is great, but it is blocked by 3 buildings: the Peninsula, the building with the huge Canon sign on top, and One Peking Road building. The window could be a little cleaner as well. Club Lounge: The staff in the club lounge is great and they do remember repeat guests. The view is spectacular although again blocked the 3 buildings mentioned above. Offerings in the evening is fairly limited and definitely not a replacement for dinner, 3 cold dishes, cheese, and 2 hot items that you order off a menu. Breakfast was also quite limited with pre-plated cold meats, breads, pastries, yogurt, etc, and 2 hot dishes (always an egg dish and a type of congee). Usually there aren't many people in the evenings, but when it gets busy in the mornings, the service standard usually dropped and it's difficult to get someone to top up your coffee, clear your plates, etc. Location: The location is great, smack in the middle of TST. You can walk underground to both the East TST and TST MTR stations so you can escape the heat and humidity. Others: The hotel shares the gym and pool area with a condo that is occupying the upper levels of the building. I haven't seen the gym but the pool is big and it's always empty. Overall, this is an excellent hotel. It may not feel as grand and the lounge may not be as great as the GH across the harbour, but the location is superb, I like the clean and modern design much more than the old fashioned GH, and the service is also generally very good. Definitely my first choice in HK.