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Hong Kong Hotel - Possibly the W?

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Planning on visiting Hong Kong for my Diamond Jubilee (60th birthday) in January with my wife and two adult kids. This is our first time in Hong Kong and we would like to stay someplace special and on the higher end of the scale. However, we need two rooms so the Peninsula, 4 Seasons, etc. are out of my price range. Since I have a bunch of Starwood points, my first reaction was to check out the W Hotel since it seems to get good reviews. The only thing that concerns me is the location. When I look at a map, it seems that the W is out of the way. Yes? No?

Another Starwood alternative would be the Sheraton, but it seems a little dated and just ordinary and nothing special.

Anyway, any help would be appreciated. I don't need to use the Starwood points if there's a hotel that's unique and special - one that would make the trip more memorable.

Thanks.

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