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- Toilet flush in our room is not working - and we stayed there for 4 days! and NO pail and water dipper provided until the next day. We requested to transfer to another room but they said that we can't and that "all rooms...More
Thru their website email, I contacted this guesthouse via and paid downpayment for our reservation. Payment has been confirmed, they even sent us a paper reservation in chinese. A day before our arrival, when I advised them our flight details and arrival, we have learned...More
MR. Wong is a nice guy, and he seems to keep the rooms clean and neat. We opted to pay extra for a room with windows, because the ones without felt like a tomb (a Hong Kong standard). The main drawbacks were the building, the...More
I have been staying in Mei Lam with family and friends at least 2x/year whenever we are in Hongkong. Select rooms 35, or 37, 38, 39 for great (genuine) window view of Nathan Road. The rooms although tiny for huge people are clean. Hot and...More
If you are looking for a budget accommodation in Hong Kong take a closer look at Mei Lam Guesthouse in the Mirador Mansion located on the 5th floor (our Lonely Planet edition said it was the 4th which is wrong and made as go to...More
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Check-in time: 14:00-23:30 Check-out time: 09:00-11:00 Hotel tips Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult to stay. Meal arrangement Hotel does not provide breakfast pet No pets allowed. Children and Extra Bed Policy • Children are allowed in the hotel. • Guests under the age of 18 are not allowed to stay without an escort • The extra bed policy and the number of children can b
$35 - $91 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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