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I've stayed here several times on business trips over the last two years. The location is convenient - couldn't be closer to the MRT station, which is one stop from Central. There is a quick and inexpensive soup and sandwich shop across the street. Yes,...More
i got a bit apprehensive after booking Mingle on the Wing when i read some of the reviews about it. when i got to the place i was pleasantly surprised, more so when i got to the room. yes, the room is small, but everything...More
very nice small hotel on on of the main street. just 2 seconds from MTR.
close to shopping and evetything else.
great internet rates.
even slippers were there.
al in all enjoyable and convenient!
excellent for visiting a friend for 3...More
We had a great stay in this hotel. The rooms are small relative to a normal hotel room, but this is Hong Kong so not sure what other reviewers expect.
The room was clean and well maintained. All the technology was working during our stay....More
Mingle on the Wing is still cheap compared to most places in HK, especially with such a fantastic location.
My wife and I have stayed here at least 10 times in the past 3 years.
They are perhaps thinking that price and location are enough...More
$50 - $250 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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