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Regal Airport Hotel Hong Kong

I am generally not one who likes to stay at an airport hotel, but a layover at the Regal Airport Hotel Hong Kong recently–thanks to a 30-hour flight delay by United Airlines–proved surprising in some ways.

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The atrium lobby is expansive, offering guests a panoramic view of some of the property’s six restaurants and bars.

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For an airport hotel, the hotel offers a wide variety of recreational facilities.  There are two good sized pools–one indoor and the other outdoor.  The gym is also surprisingly spacious and well-appointed, with ample cardio machines, weight resistance equipment, and free weights.

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The guestroom, while functional, was small and bordering on spartan.  The wing I was assigned to was directly adjacent to the landing strip of the Hong Kong International Airport, but fortunately, the room was well insulated with no perceptible noise from planes making their landing at one of the world’s busiest hubs.

For layover passengers, the Regal Airport Hotel Hong Kong, directly connected to the passenger terminal via an air-conditioned link bridge, offers a pleasant stay.  As a bonus, the property runs a regular shuttle to the Citygate outlet mall, which in addition to the bevvy of international brands at a discount, boasts a variety of restaurants and a grocery store.

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