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Great room but no view. Hotel let down by lack of decent bar, only bottles of beer and expensive. No atmosphere in the bar at all & the lady serving seemed surprised to have customers. Hotel location was quite good, loads of places to eat...More
Stayed here for 3 nights during a trip to Hong Kong. The hotel is set in a good location for eating out, accessing trains and important tourist attractions. Checkin was quick and easy. Staff were helpful. Our room was quite large and was very clean...More
our room room was upgraded free by hotel management,
view of harbour and city was great from the window ,room was quite big
location of hotel is good at water street tram station and direct flier bus to airport we can get from opp. to...More
For less than $100 U.S. per night (on a long stay package) I stayed in a suite (which they called a superior room) with its own sitting area, with a frosted sliding door that could divide it from the bedroom. Very large indeed -- by...More
$68 - $193 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#40 Best Value Hotel in Hong Kong
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Response from Mannayakasha | Reviewed this property |
There’s no heating in Hongkong, and typically it doesn’t get that cold (although for me it does and we had a cold wave in China past 2 weeks which has now lifted). Hotels, however, may have offerings like electric blankets... More
There’s no heating in Hongkong, and typically it doesn’t get that cold (although for me it does and we had a cold wave in China past 2 weeks which has now lifted). Hotels, however, may have offerings like electric blankets or heaters, but it’s best to contact them directly to inquire
I guess the size of the beds are definitely ok. In different countries , meaning of twin or double beds or full beds can vary. The best thing you can do is to look at the real pictures which normally the hotel will upload