Bay Bridge by Hotel G: An Urban Escape in Hong Kong

Bay Bridge by Hotel G: An Urban Escape in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a bustling metropolis referred to as “Asia’s World City”. For a visitor, it’s natural to flock and base one’s self in the center; but with high prices and congested conditions, an accommodation that’s a little bit off the ‘scurry’ is ideal! Hence, if you want an urban escape that’s not too far away from the city’s splendour, I highly recommend a stay in Bay Bridge by Hotel G.

With serviced apartments that are of great value, you’re sure to not only get your money’s worth but also get the ultimate HK experience you’re looking for!
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Bay Bridge

Lobby

Conveniently Located. Situated in Tsuen Wan, Bay Bridge Hong Kong by Hotel G is near the modern train network which includes the MTR station ‘Tsuen Wan’. That being said, it takes only 7 minutes from this MTR station to the hotel by shuttle bus, and takes just about 20 minutes to get to central Tsim Sha Tsui from Tsuen Wan MTR. Additionally, the shuttle bus that leads to the airport in Hong Kong is just right outside the entrance, so it’s all very convenient!

Prime Sights. With the way that Bay Bridge hotel was built, you’re sure to enjoy great scenic views of Tsing Ma Bridge and the shore of the South China Sea. Plus, it’s a blissful retreat especially if you plan to stay for a long time in Hong Kong, what with all the complete amenities and room types that the hotel has.

– THE ROOMS –

Hong Kong Apartments

With Bay Bridge, you have 3 options to choose from for your room:

Studio. With crisp clean decor, Bay Bridge’s Studio is 440-460 sq.feet big, complete with a 40″ SMART TV, microwave oven, multi-function table, basic dining set, regrigerator, and so many others.

1 Bedroom with Sea View. An abode which will grant you a spacious kitchenette and living area that provides a grand view towards Hong Kong’s seascape. The bed comes as a double bed and the whole area is at 660 sq.ft.

1 Bedroom with Terrace. This is much like the bedroom with the sea view — BUT bigger at 800 sq.ft complete with a 150 sq.ft terrace also overlooking the shores of the South China sea.

– AMENITIES –

Pool

Fitness Center. Open 24 hours, no matter if you’re at Bay Bridge for business or leisure, you’ll most likely have fitness goals to maintain so take advantage of the hotel’s state-of-the-art wellness center that’s complete with all the fitness equipment that you might ever need!

Laundry & Ironing Room. Perfect for long-term travelers, there is a self-service laundry and communal ironing room available for your use.

Leisure Space. Located on the ground floor of Bay Bridge, overlooking the Ma Wan Channel, the Leisure Space offers a quiet and tranquil environment where guest can meet and mingle or simply kick back and relax. It’s a bonus too that the WiFi connection is extremely fast, so it’s perfect for the digital nomads like me!

Swimming Pool. Open daily from 7:00a.m. – 9:00p.m, there exists a 25-meter long open-air swimming overlooking the Ma Wan Channel. This unique perspective of the Hong Kong skyline is one-of-a-kind.

– DINING –

Restaurant

Bay Bridge has one in-house restaurant called as Anchor’s Seafood & Beer House that offers daily buffet breakfast, a semi-buffet weekday lunch, weekend brunch, dinner, and an extensive a la carte menu. Rest assured, Hong Kong is a foodie haven so there are a lot of surrounding restaurants and cafe in the vicinity that can keep you full!

– SERVICE –

With a staff that’s available 24/7, I was thrilled with the attentive service that Bay Bridge had extended to me as one of their guests. They went above and beyond at all times whenever I needed some itinerary suggestions, route instructions, and even airport travel assistance!

With all that in mind, you’re sure to be in very good hands if you were to stay with them. I guarantee that!

– INFO –

Booking: See the BEST deals and prices for Bay Bridge Hong Kong at their own websiteAgoda, or Booking.com!

Address: 123 Castle Peak Road, Ting Kau, Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Hotel Classification: 4-Star

Check-In: 2:00PM / Check-Out: 12:00PM

Disclaimer: Thanks to Bay Bridge Hong Kong for sponsoring my stay; but as always, all thoughts that are expressed in this article are fully my own.
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Overall

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Bay Bridge in Hong Kong can be quite an urban haven for your staycation given how they have everything that you might ever need — add the perk of having marvelous views day by day just right outside your room’s window and you’re surely in for a treat.

So when you’re planning your trip to this diverse city, do consider booking with Bay Bridge and I bet you won’t regret it!

BAY BRIDGE HONG KONG

How about you?

  • What do you think of Bay Bridge Hong Kong?
  • Would you like to book with them? Why or why not?
  • Or have you stayed with them before? How was it?

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12 comments

  1. Hi Ms. Aileen! How much for 1 night stay? :)

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    1. For one night, price can start as low as Php 2,500 or $50. :)

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  2. It is one of my dreams to take a tour of the biggest Asian cities like Hong Kong, Tokyo, Delhi and Seoul. The Bay Bridge Hotel looks modern and cozy in the same time, I wouldn't mind to make a stop there.

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    1. Glad this place spiked your interest too!

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  3. This hotel is beautiful! I love the decor, and it just looks so elegant and modern. You can't go wrong with a view of the water either!

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    1. That's for sure! :D

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  4. I have never been to Hong Kong. I have been to mainland China a couple of times and always wanted to return to the U.S. via Hong Kong but it never worked out. The Bay Bridge definitely looks like a great place to stay with all the comforts of home. One of these days I'll get there! Thanks for the inspiration!

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    1. Oh I see, as someone who frequents Hong Kong a lot, hopefully you get to stay with Bay Bridge one time. I bet you'll love it!

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  5. That is an amazing hotel! I would take the 1 Bedroom with Terrace. The view is so pretty and I would not mind looking at that sea for a while.

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    1. I'm glad you agree! I had really great nights just looking out of the balcony <3

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  6. I've never visited Hong Kong, but I've always wanted to. It's definitely on my bucket list. This is helpful information because I need a kitchen when I travel, so I'll be sure to pin this to refer back to when the bucket list item is ready to be checked off!

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    1. Awesome to hear, Jennifer! You won't go wrong with Bay Bridge given your needs :D

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