About This Listing
My warm and sunny, relaxed-vibed apt is in the heart of SoHo, right under the ‘red’ dot on the map of Hong Kong! My apt oozes chic, urban, hip and all is contained in my spacious studio apartment on lower Elgin st, and in Hong Kong's most sought after location. You will enjoy a long expanse of sunny windows to view the street life below.
I don't live there, so it's all yours, 100% with lots of space and privacy for relaxing after absorbing Hong Kong's lifestyle. I'm not far away though if you need advice on where to eat, shop, browse, climb, swim, sail, surf, or party.
Step downstairs to absorb the undeniably and very friendly vibe below on the cobblestoned street of lower Elgin. SoHo is also the oldest neighbourhood in Hong Kong. What awaits you downstairs is an array of delicious restaurants, galleries, cafes, bars, eclectic boutiques, wet markets, all standing the test of time in this pulsating metropolis we call home. Don’t forget your camera!
You will easily see why SoHo is undeniably Hong Kong’s most charming, colourful, cosmopolitan and pulsating neighborhoods.
My apt is incredibly, perfectly situated to everything you will need for your stay here! Just a few minutes walk down to Central MTR and Sheung Wan MTR and is just one minutes walk to the worlds longest escalator. It is also a 4minute walk to central, the IFC, the HK Airport Express and all ferry piers which depart to the outlying islands. It is just a 10minute walk to the Macau Ferry Terminal and the Western Market.
My apartment has possibly one of Hong Kong’s most spacious bathrooms with a lovely slate tiled floor, beaming with natural light, as is the main open studio-type area. I have heating and air-con, a dehumidifier, very fast WIFI, a quaint kitchen equipped with cooking utensils, a nice comfortable bed with reading light, iron and ironing board, hair dryer, a hugely comfortable couch, a massive white desk, tons of art-filled walls, black out blinds for weary long-haul travellers, and probably the largest storage/wardrobe space you could ever want to fill.
My apt ideally suits an individual or a couple who want to be close to step into the buzz of Hong Kong! The long, green sofa is a treat to snooze on, or sleep on if you have an extra friend/child with you. I also have a fold out bed if you need.
I hope to meet and greet you soon to my charming abode. Contact me for any Q’s.
Please make yourself at home. I am pretty easy going. I just ask you to PLEASE turn off the aircon or heater when you go out.
Stayed at Louise's apartment for two nights. The apartment is in a very convenient location; perfect for walking to the MTR and upbeat bars/clubs nearby.
Appreciated the instructions on how to get to the area and how to navigate the streets to the apartment. Louise was always responsive to any of my questions before and during the trip.
Her apartment at Central is the perfect jump off point to hop on the train and to return back to for relaxation (decently priced massages nearby), or night life if you still have the energy from exploring Hong Kong.
Her apartment is in a very diverse area, extremely nearby (1 min+) are hipster/funky restaurants and bars. Just a little ways away (10 min) are the larger bars. If you want a more western/fancy shopping experience, the mall is right by the train station (15 min).
Thanks for everything, Louise!
The apartment was in the heart of things. This allowed easy access to the areas of HK most of interest to us. We did not meet Louise but the arrangements we made with her worked well and she was flexible on our departure time. A great place for a short stay in the city.
We enjoyed our stay in Louise's apartment. It is in a handy location in the mid levels of Central close to the public escalators.
Heaps of restaurants, bars and entertainment around.
The flat is clean , spacious and easy yo maintain.
Some flights of steps to ascend but not too bad.
Has air conditioning and a dehumidifier which is handy with Hongkong's humidity.
Louise was very good to communicate with a couple of questions that we had. Good location for the price.
Louise’s apartment is as described and its Soho location is great
•Loved how bright and light the place was during the day with windows that would open up to look out onto the streets.
•The bed is comfortable
•Bathroom is clean and has lots of shelf space. Shower pressure was fabulous
•Place is very clean with good linens
•If you are a light sleeper this is not the place for you. The apartment is on Elgin Street and there are many bars in the tiny little street below. Even with the windows closed you can still hear the noise. The bars close up about 3am.
•The main window of the apartment does not have blinds or curtains that cover it entirely therefore the flashing lights of the local massage parlours illuminate the room until 4am when they are turned off.
Although we never met Louise dealing with her via email etc worked perfectly.
Nous avons passé une semaine complète dans le logement de Louise.
L'appartement, situé au coeur de Soho, est parfait pour explorer Hong Kong. Il est proche du métro Central et il est facilement accessible par les escalators Mid-Level.
Le quartier Soho est idéal pour sortir la nuit avec une multitude de bars et restaurants. Malgré cela, l'appartement est calme et plutôt bien insonorisé.
Nous n'avons pas rencontré Louise, mais la gestion des clefs de l'appartement s'est très bien déroulée.
Nous pouvons recommander sans problème ce logement pour les personnes désirant visiter Hong Kong.
The apartment was in a fantastic location, with lots of great bars and restaurants close by. The apartment was as described and had everything we needed (including wifi, air con, a fridge and a hairdryer).
Louise was a great host, and although she was not around, she was quick in replying and gave helpful directions.
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About the Host, Louise
I am an accessories designer, illustrator and painter. I design innovative, unique, and highly sought after handbags and have had my business for 12 years now. It comes with tons of freedom. I also teach swimming, and to those with special needs, and triathletes. I lead a hectic life but wouldn't have it any other way. I lived in London for five years and in Asia; Tokyo, Singapore and Hong Kong, for nearly 20 years now. It's under my skin now, and I'm deeply embedded in Asian culture and lifestyle. I have traveled extensively to over 60 countries globally also. It's a fairly expensive addiction.