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Do not stay at this hotel. It isn't a real hotel, more of a guest house. The rooms are filthy, mouse droppings on the bed, filthy sheets, dirty floors and hall. When I pointed out the mouse droppings, the manager simply switched the sheet. This...More
The pipes are too loud had next to no sleep. Like a rocket ship going off. Which is a shame.
Location good between yau ma tei and mong kok. Bus stop right outside. Friendly staff. Bed ok. Shower ok. Wifi and air con good.
I really enjoyed staying at this hotel. The Kowloon location is great and handy to the MTR stations.
The rooms are very small, which is part of the fun. I am 193 cm tall and found the bed just fine.
For the same price the...More
Not recommended if you taller than 170cm. these rooms are very limited space, luggage needed to keep under the bed and open every time. price is affordable. bathroom with hot water, shampoo, body shampoo, toothbrush, TV, air-conditional. no towel. drinking water can be refill at...More
For only one night I needed to stay in a hotel, which I booked from Expedia.
It seemed to be recently refubrished.
But the realty is harsh. Because of the busy Nathan Road, the room on the 2nd floor was not quiet, which I confirmed...More
$30 - $61 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms
Hong Kong >
Also Known As
MK Business Hotel Hong Kong
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It’s one of the highest density districts in the world, so come to Mong Kok prepared for action. Home to every market, restaurant and shopping arcade imaginable, Mong Kok is the one-stop shop to satisfy all your shopping needs. Dust off your finest negotiation skills and dive into the bartering frenzy. Similar retailers will conveniently congregate in the same area forming easy to remember references such as
“flower street” and “sneakers street.” Here you will also find various local delicacies being served at street snack shops or hole-in-the-wall restaurants. One reliable rule of thumb: the smaller the place, the better the food.