Location & Contacts
Prominently located in the Causeway Bay with easy access to Hong Kong’s major transportation systems, Hotel Pennington by Rhombus connects guests to the city’s vibrant business activities and exciting attractions like the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC), Victoria Park, Happy Valley Racecourse, Times Square and other iconic shopping centres.
HOTEL PENNINGTON BY RHOMBUS
13-15 Pennington Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
T: (852) 3970 0688 F: (852) 3970 0699
16/F Empress Plaza, 17-19 Chatham Road South, Tsimshatsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
T: (852) 3550 0688 F: (852) 3550 0699
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre
Located in Wan Chai North, Hong Kong Island the HKCEC is one of the foremost convention and exhibition venue in Hong Kong. It is known for its exhibition halls, convention halls, theatres, and meeting rooms.
Hong Kong Coliseum
Commonly known as the Hung Hom Coliseum, the Hong Kong Coliseum is a multi-purpose indoor arena, in Hung Hom, Kowloon. It consists of a big arena and a number of conference rooms
Hong Kong’s most prominent shopping centre and business complex is at the Times Square. This shopping centre is the first of its kind "vertical mall" in Hong Kong and is a must visit.
First established by Japanese retailers, Sogo is Hong Kong's largest department store. It hosts a variety of clothing brands, cosmetics, appliances, gadgets, bedding, and housewares and is spread across eighteen floors of retail space.
The Hysan Place is a retail space spread over 17 levels that has been pitched as, ‘The Place for all things Stylish’. The ebullient surroundings of the Hysan Place house a shopping mall, various office complexes, a Garden of Eden, the Eslite Bookstore, and a food court.
True to its name, Central is the central business district of Hong Kong. It is the area where many multinational financial services corporations have their headquarters and also houses the consulate general and consulates of various countries.
Also known as Jardine's Hill or East Point Hill the Lee Gardens has been commercially developed and evolved into a shopping centre and office complex.
Lan Kwai Fong
At Lan Kwai Fong you can experience the popular bar and nightlife district of the city. Fun, food, entertainment, and parties follow you here.
Named after Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom, this public park includes tennis courts, a swimming pool, a bowling area, football pitches, basketball courts and multiple children's areas and playgrounds.
Happy Valley Race Course
Located in Happy Valley, this is one of the two racecourses for horse racing and is a tourist attraction in Hong Kong. If you are in Hong Kong on a Wednesday, don’t miss out on the racing events that take place here.
The Ocean Park is a marine mammal park, animal theme park, and amusement park, and the best place to enjoy yourself in Hong Kong. The Panda Village, Grand Aquarium, Goldfish Treasures, Giant Panda Habitat, Pacific Pier and the Expedition Trail are the sought after attractions.
Open Air Market- Ladies Market
A popular street bazaar, the Temple street hosts a popular night market, where you can pick up anything ranging from trinkets to tea ware and electronics to antiques. And yes, you can bargain too.
Wong Tai Sin Temple
The ornately decorated Wong Tai Sin Temple is surrounded by scenic natural beauty all around. A popular tourist attraction known to fulfil every prayer, it is an important shrine in Hong Kong.
Avenue of Stars / Tsimshatsui Waterfront Promenade
At the Tsim Sha Tsui Waterfront Promenade, you can experience the rustic flavours of Hong Kong. Delve into the dramatic topography and architecture as you gaze into the Hong Kong skyline at Kowloon Bay.
Hong Kong Observation Wheel
The Observation wheel is a 60-metre tall Ferris wheel. Food, beverage, and live entertainment are characteristic features of the time that you will spend here. The 42 luxurious gondolas ensure that you get a bird's eye view of some of the iconic landmarks, including the Victoria Harbour.