Finding an ideal budget friendly hotel in Hong Kong does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Silverview Resort Holiday Hotel Lantau, a nice option for travelers like you.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and you can stay connected during your stay as Silverview Resort Holiday Hotel Lantau offers guests free wifi.
The hotel features a concierge, express check-in and check-out, and a convenience store.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Discovery Bay (2.5 mi) and The White Chapel (3.1 mi), guests of Silverview Resort Holiday Hotel Lantau can easily experience some of Hong Kong's most well known attractions.
While staying in Hong Kong, you can check out a popular Italian restaurant like The Kitchen, which is serving up some great dishes.
Hong Kong is also home to Lantau Country Park, a popular park that is not too far from Silverview Resort Holiday Hotel Lantau.
Silverview Resort Holiday Hotel Lantau puts the best of Hong Kong at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Worst hotel that I stayed, but my goal was to pay as less as possible and to be close of the hotel so with a bus it's 20 honk kong dollar and it's in a beautiful area. 3 little insect in my room, bed was confortable, the shower was miserable but work. Internet is almost not working. But that's cheap so still a good option.
Wow... most of the other reviews are accurate! This is a really low low end hotel. As it was the closer (unsold out) optionfor a transit stop in Hong Kong for a next day flight, I thought, how bad can it be. It is pretty bad. The room was skanky and the bed was pretty scary. I was so tired from a 17 hour flight, I figured out a way to lie down on this "bed" and after an ambien, finally dozed off. Albeit, the room was one flight above a restaurant (indoor/outdoor) that several intoxicated folks kept going on loudly until approximately 11+pm. A/C did not work properly and was extremely loud, plus, the restaurant started up at about 3:30 am with all the outside lights coming back on and people talking by 4:00am. No place to hang anything, filthy appearing love seat and you basically just did't want to touch anything. Access was not through the "lobby" of the "hotel", but rather behind this restaurant where there was standing water and junk everywhere with a woman prepping fish for the restaurant right at the stairs where one goes up one flight of stairs to the rooms. My bad! For that matter in hindsight, I'd been better off taking the train all the way to Hong Kong and staying there. $50 US to stay at this place and I'm telling you I would not recommend this to any seasoned traveler. Maybe best for a 19 year old willing to stay in a real nasty hostile!…
I can not describe how disgusting this place is. The room was so dirty that we were scared to touch anything bared hand. They put the mattress directly on the floor (which is very dirty), we had to put our towels on the bed to be able to sleep as their bedsheets were smelly and looked dirty also... The toilet barely works... wifi very slow. We paid 73euros for 1 night, I know is Hong Kong, but this price is ridiculously high for this hotel. They should not advertise this place as is does not fill the requirement to be considered a hotel... Do not waste your money, go somewhere else instead.
I am a local citizen in HK, and found this hostel too basic to stay. We paid 700 a night on the Xmas Day, the price is not expensive for the living cost in HK, but not very cheap. When we arrived at 3pm, the room was not ready, we gotta return in 15mins. The entrance to the room was behind a local restaurant, which is fairly dirty.... The room is very basic, its clean but very basic. At night its was very noisy, the hot water supply for shower is limited, there wss no flush water after 11pm. At least the staff was able to help us and lend us a winer opener, that help then get a 2stars rating instead of 1star.
This is not a hotel in the real sense. It is a private residential building standing in the middle of nowhere. The entrance to my room was from a filthy, wet, narrow back alley that was used as open kitchens for the restaurant in the front, and you could see people chopping fish and chicken. The stairway leading up to my room was full of mosquitoes (and once you open your door they will fly in). The restaurant in the front on the ground floor opened at 6:00 a.m., and customers started to make a lot of noises, which did not die down until 10:00 a.m. Then another group of customers came back at 12:00 noon to have lunch and make noises again. It happened again during nighttime when people had dinner downstairs. You could only have some quiet moments late at night. You found yourself living in the middle of a market. It was terrible experience! My room had a noisy air-conditioner hanging over my bed, so I could not sleep despite jet lag. Not turning on the air-conditioner, and the room would be unbearably hot. The reception was located at another building and it was a messy place, with people selling Chinese stuff and negotiating prices. It hardly looked like a hotel reception office. There was no tourist spot nearby. The Big Buddha, cable car and Disneyland were all far away. The only thing you will get is the beach, which is about 5 minutes walk away. There is another hotel called Silvermine Beach Resort by the beach -- this one is nice hotel. I think most people get confused by the names of these two places.…