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The hotel is very close to Yau Ma Tei MRT station, Temple street night market and within reasonable walking distance to ladies market.
The room is very small (9 m2) with very small bathroom. To have a shower you have to maneuver above the toilet....More
My very first trip in HK. Given the limited familiarity in HK, this hotel can be easily reached by citybus A21 from airport directly to Man Ming lane, the hotel is just opposite the road.
The best is MRT, of course. Walk out...More
Casa hotel is very close to MRT Yaomatei station so you can go out for explore the city easily and very close to airport bus stop. The room was very small (smaller than Japanese business hotel in Tokyo).
Right beside MTR station and near bus stop. Location is very convenient to everywhere and there is a money changer in the building but price is quite expensive and the room is tiny, but Overall it is good but don't expect too much
A perfect location for a hotel, overlooking both sides of Hongkong, a great view specially at night, accessible to all types of transportation,great hotel staff, couldn't ask for more,couldn't ask for more
$56 - $129 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The Jordan and Yau Ma Tei neighborhood is where you will find some of the more authentic areas of Hong Kong. Not as glamorous or busy as its neighbors Mong Kok to the north or Tsim Sha Tsui to the south, Yau Ma Tei is often mistakenly overlooked by visitors on their trips to Hong Kong. Exploring parts of this area makes you feel like you’ve been transported back in time. A large part of the neighborhood draws from the
rich history of Temple Street, stretching from Jordan to Yau Ma Tei, where a mix of dai pai dongs (outdoor restaurants), market stalls, fortune tellers and old karaoke bars bring out the history and culture of the area. The neighborhood is a showcase of diversity – different ethnicities, cultures, and a mix of old and new.
I'm not sure about age limit. Staff asks for passport to check-in but I didn't see any regulation at reception about age limit. However, I suggest you to mail to hotel to check the rule for best answer ^_^