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Stayed 5 nights at Mingle by the Park in March 2012, and it is good for sleeping after a long day of work. For me, it's perfect since I'm back at 9pm and out by 7am. Plus points for a clean room, good quality sheets...More
The hotel was refurbished in the past few months, and everything still appeared fresh and clean inside. There were two entrances to the hotel, one which looked like a residental house entrance, and a few door further along the street, there was another entrance that...More
My fault for booking a cheap room for Honk Kong 7's weekend but I booked the single room with "balcony" for HKD1000/night....so not really that cheap! The bed was less than 6ft long, I'm 6'2". There was a pillar about 1ft square in the middle...More
I was initially only going to stay for the one night, so booked the double value room online. I got quite a good deal, paying 425HK$ for the night. The room has a double bed that is wedged in between two walls, so not ideal...More
I stayed at this property for four days last week in a "Lite" room and thought it was excellent and perfect for my needs. I was in Hong Kong for work and needed to go to Convention Center which was only 10 minutes walking distance...More
$64 - $214 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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