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Fortune Hotel

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#232 of 746 hotels in Hong Kong
The newly renovated Fortune Hotel (economic hostel) is located at the heart of Mong Kok shopping area. Fortune Hotel features a variety of rooms including single bedroom, two, three, four and five people bedrooms, with a total of 33 rooms. We welcome all guests.
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Property amenities
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Children's television networks
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Business Center with Internet Access
Fax / photocopying
Baggage storage
Non-smoking hotel
24-hour front desk
Free internet
Express check-in / check-out
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
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Room features
Family rooms
Air conditioning
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Centrally Located
Languages Spoken
English, Chinese


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Room 24, 5/F Wing Wah Building, No.14-24 Sai Yeung Choi Street South, Mong Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong 000000 China
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Getting there
Hong Kong Intl Airport16 mi
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Shenzhen Airport32 mi
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Mong KokMass Transit Railway (MTR)4 min
Yau Ma TeiMass Transit Railway (MTR)4 min
Mong Kok
It’s one of the highest density districts in the world, so come to Mong Kok prepared for action. Home to every market, restaurant and shopping arcade imaginable, Mong Kok is the one-stop shop to satisfy all your shopping needs. Dust off your finest negotiation skills and dive into the bartering frenzy. Similar retailers will conveniently congregate in the same area forming easy to remember references such as “flower street” and “sneakers street.” Here you will also find various local delicacies being served at street snack shops or hole-in-the-wall restaurants. One reliable rule of thumb: the smaller the place, the better the food.
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Probably one of the most affordable accommodation options in town! They've got specific instructions to get there, so you can't go wrong if you follow those. It's clean, hosts are super accommodating. TV channels are limited, and strangely enough the CCTV videos are on one channel, so bring your own entertainment (you'll probably want to rest after exploring HK anyway). TIP: Request for a room on the inside, without windows if you want a quieter room. You won't get a window, but not like there's a view to enjoy when the buildings are packed so tightly to each other, and you'll look right into someone else's apartment across the alley.
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Hong Kong has some of the most expensive real estate in the world. So hotels are expensive. This place was micro but it exceeded my expectations. It’s not that hard to find. Our taxi driver had no issue and google maps is pretty good these days. It’s small but super clean and it’s got good air con. The location is exceptional and for these prices, at that location, you can’t go wrong. My only regret is, it’s full on my way home so I can’t stay again! If you’re after high end lux this is not your place, but if you want a good sleep, in a good location, at a fair price, this is your place! Criticisms are the lift was a bit slow but that’s not the hotels fault. Next time I’m in Hong Kong I know where I’m staying.
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Very good hotel for the price in the heart of the city. Mong Kok is a very good location for shopping and the hotel is located near the market. The rooms are a bit small but it is very good for the price.
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I can't even call that a hostel. This is a hotel with no signage outside, the poor taxi driver had to go in circles to know where to drop me and of course the meter was going. Then he decided to drop me in front of a mall and l got the feeling I was left stranded. Went through a corridor, met a concierge who speaks Chinese only, I showed him the address of the hotel in Chinese and with his fingers he pointed level two. Went up in the elevator, no hotel up there and down again and using sign language to try to tell him there is no Fortune hotel there. Of course he could not help me any longer. Tried to get the attention of a few passers-by by showing then the Chinese hotel address, one guy tried to explain to me, again in sign language, that it is number 5 not 2. Back in the elevator, damn it, but there is no number 5. Went down and tried to get help from other passers-by, then a guy with some English told me, of the two elevators, the right one is for even numbers, the left one is for odd numbers. Ok went up again and finally saw the reception of Fortune hotel. The guy at the reception does not speak any English at all. He got me to fill in a form with all my details and gave me a key and showed me my room. Room quite small to be expected, but when I opened the toilet door, I was a bit shocked, but where is the shower? In the toilet, there is a hose, so this is what you are supposed to shower yourself with? No way. It reminds me of the hose that you find in those Asian Squat toilets. In some hotels they take money from your credit card at check-in and in others they do it when you check out. My first night I was sleeping and at 11 pm someone was knocking quiet hard at my door and when I opened, I saw the Chinese guy I met at the reception, he kept shouting, money, money, money. Then I figured out, he wanted me to pay now. Again with sign language, I tried to make him understand, I am sleeping, I will come at the reception in the morning. Most employees there, because of their lack of English, when they speak to you, they shout at you in Chinese, not in a friendly tone, maybe they think you will understand Chinese if they shout. My second night, I woke up around 5 am to drink some water, and had a strange smell near my pillow, I turned the lights on and saw a bed bug crawling. I immediately pulled the pillow case out, just in case there could be more inside, I was horrified, this is the dirtiest pillow I have ever seen, it is so disgusting to imagine I slept on that filth. After a 12+ hours flight from Vancouver, to avoid a 9+ hours layover at Hongkong airport, I wanted to spend two nights in Hongkong to rest and recover before heading back to Perth. Frankly, now that I know what I was offered, I would not have stayed at this place even for free.
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What I like about the stay is, it's location. It's close to almost everything. ' 1.There is McDonald near by. 2. There is an Indian restaurant near by , couple of street across. 3. Staff arevery honest. Don't Likes: 1. Room was super small. I could see the partition wall of the other room extended to my room. 2. Lift service was very slow. 3. Staff doesn't speak understand English. 4. AC was not that great. Verdict: A couple can stay a week there w/o much incontinence.
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$40 - $105 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ChinaHong KongKowloon / Yau Tsim Mong District / Mong Kok
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