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The 59th floor Executive Lounge has opened again today (Sunday, 1st Sept. 2013) after an extensive refurbishment. Pictures of the new lounge can be seen here:

New Exec Lounge Pictures by infoworks

10 Things to do while at the Hong Kong Conrad by wideman
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Old Feb 24, 17, 3:22 pm
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Originally Posted by diablo77 View Post
Sorry I worded it incorrectly, all rooms and suites are the same price excluding Chairman and Presidential.

Check the last week of April
Those are super rates. Yes, you're right, it's probably an error but I don't think there's any harm booking if you're going to be there at that time. If you get a confirmation, they would probably honor the rate.
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Old Feb 24, 17, 4:49 pm
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Yes this is a major snafu. The $2100 HKD rate is pre-paid. But the same is true for flexible rates, including the AAA rate at $2660 for any room (except specialty suites). And the "Premium Room Reward" for an Executive Harbour View Suite is only 72,165 points.

I was offered a "custom upgrade" to the Presidential Suite for only $25k HKD per night!
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Old Feb 24, 17, 5:44 pm
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Originally Posted by Kacee View Post
Yes this is a major snafu. The $2100 HKD rate is pre-paid. But the same is true for flexible rates, including the AAA rate at $2660 for any room (except specialty suites). And the "Premium Room Reward" for an Executive Harbour View Suite is only 72,165 points.

I was offered a "custom upgrade" to the Presidential Suite for only $25k HKD per night!
I've converted a points booking to an advance purchase one as these rates are too good not to pay out real money. We'll see if the upgrade holds. I would expect it should but, even if it doesn't, I'm not worse off. I passed on the "cheap" Presidential Suite upgrade offer!
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Old Feb 24, 17, 8:58 pm
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All suites rates have been pulled. Re-pricing in progr ss
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Old Feb 24, 17, 11:19 pm
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Originally Posted by Kacee View Post
Yes this is a major snafu. The $2100 HKD rate is pre-paid. But the same is true for flexible rates, including the AAA rate at $2660 for any room (except specialty suites). And the "Premium Room Reward" for an Executive Harbour View Suite is only 72,165 points.

I was offered a "custom upgrade" to the Presidential Suite for only $25k HKD per night!
$25 dollars is good value!.... till I realised you mean 25,000 hkd.
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Old Feb 25, 17, 3:19 am
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Originally Posted by lyndonmaxewell View Post
All suites rates have been pulled. Re-pricing in progr ss
Argh! The one day I don't check the Hilton forum
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Old Feb 25, 17, 3:58 am
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Stayed with 2 adults and 3 young kids during the past 2 years. notified them at check-in. no problems
Thanks. What kind of room did you stay in?
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Old Feb 25, 17, 4:08 am
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Originally Posted by lyndonmaxewell View Post
All suites rates have been pulled. Re-pricing in progr ss
Booked yesterday a King Exec Harbour suite for the end of July, the 'Compliments of Conrad' rate was HKD 3,225. Received the confirmation, will see . Prepaid was listed for 2,600, but I never intend to book a prepaid reservation. Now it's listed for HK$7,325 for the same period.

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Old Feb 25, 17, 5:32 am
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just the standard room that's available on points and upgraded to the executive floor.

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Thanks. What kind of room did you stay in?
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Old Feb 25, 17, 5:33 am
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Great, thank you for your answer!

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just the standard room that's available on points and upgraded to the executive floor.
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Old Feb 26, 17, 12:00 am
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Originally Posted by lost_in_translation View Post
Argh! The one day I don't check the Hilton forum
Well, there's so many hotels. Always a next fine
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Old Feb 26, 17, 9:07 pm
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Originally Posted by illesus View Post
Booked yesterday a King Exec Harbour suite for the end of July, the 'Compliments of Conrad' rate was HKD 3,225. Received the confirmation, will see . Prepaid was listed for 2,600, but I never intend to book a prepaid reservation. Now it's listed for HK$7,325 for the same period.
Do you think you'll get an upgrade to the Chairman suite?
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Old Feb 27, 17, 1:23 pm
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Originally Posted by diablo77 View Post
Do you think you'll get an upgrade to the Chairman suite?
If you don't ask, you don't get
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Old Feb 27, 17, 9:11 pm
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Has anyone stayed here as a family of four (2 adults, 2 kids)? The website doesn't allow to book rooms for this combination, but I understand that the policy might be different at check-in. Please let me know. Thank you!
Stayed as 2(A) + 2(C) in 2015.
I booked at 1(A) + 2(C) and add my spouse as the Additional Guest.
This allows property to be aware that I have two kids in tow and an additional adult making 2+2.
No issues when I check in.
Only had to show the adult passports.
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Old Feb 27, 17, 10:11 pm
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Originally Posted by PayItForward View Post
Stayed as 2(A) + 2(C) in 2015.
I booked at 1(A) + 2(C) and add my spouse as the Additional Guest.
This allows property to be aware that I have two kids in tow and an additional adult making 2+2.
No issues when I check in.
Only had to show the adult passports.
In another word if I were to bring my parents, I would book as 2(A), and it would be obvious that it is stay 3(A)?
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