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Room is small, u can only keep ur luggage bag under bed. Toilet is extremely small where the shower is right up to toilet bowl. No towel provided but there is hair dryer. Very strategic location, only 1 minute walk to MTR exit D2 of...More
Incredibly cheap, great location, friendly staff, does what it says on the tin, no hidden costs and certainly no extras but the wifi even works!!! Could be cleaner but then again it couldn't be cheaper unless they paid you....
its nice for me compare to hostel, more privacy. strategic location near to mosque, MTR and Victoria Harbour. please bring your own towel and oral care, you actually living with the local in a flat apartments.
In retrospect we should have paid double the price for a decent room, which we did on our return back to HK, the double room we booked looked bigger in the pictures but there was a lot of shuffling of suitcase to try and get...More
There were cockroaches on the bed! Very unacceptable and disgusting. We don't have a problem if room is small so long as it is clean..! Also, i woke up at 2am because i heard someone was trying to get into our room! And i can...More
$25 - $54 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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