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Reviewed August 1, 2012

Stayed there for a week... We booked it online 7 months ago which we considered at a very good rate. Since it is HongKong, already expected the room to be small but is well 'equipped' with, cable channels, hair dryer, kettle, free wifi.. no mini-bar or safe. 30 secs from YauMaTei mtr. Towels are change on daily basis (so long as just leave them on the floor, housekeeper will replace with new). We stayed facing the backstreet, thus having good sleep every nite. They do provide meals but we didn't try it as we are exploring local foods.. 7 eleven just few steps aways, supermarket just the opposite... The well known street "Miu Kai" just behind the hotel. Oh yes, few steps away from the hotel is the bus stop which have airport shuttle bus no. A21, costing hkd33 only instead of taking a taxi costing hkd300... If not staying need to Mongkok subway, will stay here again for my next trip....

Date of stay: July 2012
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Reviewed July 27, 2012

After searching for weeks, all hotels in Hong Kong are either way too expensive or way out-of-the-way. Casa is, by far, the cheapest with the most convenient location I could find online. We paid in full for 3 nights upon check in and the curency was converted on the spot when my Malaysia issued credit card was swiped. For the first time, in using credit card at foreign country, I was getting such a disadvantageous exchange rate. To be fair, I don't know which party (hotel or HK bank or my bank) was to blamed.

As for our standard double room, it was very small, comparable to Tune Hotel London that I stayed last summer. It took a little practice to figure out how to shut the bathroom door with me inside and how to wash my long hair in it. My tips? Remove the dustbin and extra towels from the toilet for more space. On first morning, we were woken up by noisy neighbour and their children running and shouting along the corridor. Luckily they checked out on that day.

Cleanliness was overall ok and I did not get any bed bugs bite. The cleaner is helpful and friendly.

I was very satisfied with the location of Casa Hotel. Yau Ma Tei MTR station entrance is just a few steps away and there's a lot of bus stops nearby, including the stop for Airport shuttle bus. We walked to the busiest shopping streets (Fa Yuen, Sai Yeong Choi & Tung Choi streets) every night and Langham is not that far if one is willing to walk. Finding food is never a problem here.

One thing you might want to know that, Portland street is right behind the hotel. There are a lot of eateries here but also many prostitutes standing at the street. However, they did not pose any problem to us and basically the place is quite safe even for a single lady to walk (as long as she dressed decently).

Upon checked out, they were very willing to store our luggage while we went out for more shopping. I know a lot of hotels provide this service, but Casa actually helped us to store luggage in a proper storage room, instead of just leaving them at the lobby/reception area.

All in all, I would recommend this place to anyone on tight budget and only looking for a clean place to sleep.

Date of stay: July 2012
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Reviewed July 14, 2012

Hotel is overly expensive for a single (truly single - bed is only for 1) room, even by Hong Kong standards. Location is perfect - seconds from subway and over a convenience store. The bed is very firm but comfortable, pillows are not. Exceptionally clean. Bathroom/shower/toilet is the smallest I have ever witnessed but does the job fine. Biggest downside is that there is seemingly no noise insulation to the hallway meaning your sleeping patterns are at the mercy of you neighbours sharing the floor with you. And being Hong Kong you are likely to get woken up at least once. Stupidly designed twin elevators that operate independently mean that patrons press the buttons for both elevators and take the first to arrive, leaving the other elevator to stop on all floors on the way down so be prepared for a wait.

Date of stay: July 2012
Trip type: Traveled solo
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Reviewed July 11, 2012

Great bchoice if you want to be in the heart of this bustling, vibrant city that never sleeps. Eateries a plenty, convenience stores, retail shops all at your doorstop, not to mention the subway stop is just around the corner. It's cheap compared to other places, but that's because the rooms are small. The bathrooms are even tinier. Bigger people beware. Average-sized people can just barely get the door closed behind them, and there is no tub nor shower stall in the Standard Twin room bathroom. Rather, there's just the showerhead hovering above the toilet. My other knocks against this hotel would be that the rooms had the lingering smell of smokers, and rooms are extremely non-soundproof. Also, the 2 elevators are incredibly slow and small. Have fun waiting when everyone is checking out in the morning. Great choice of hotel if you just want a place to sleep and don't mind an older building, and if you can get it early at a good rate as I did. Clean enough facilities, service not bad.

Date of stay: July 2012
  • Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Reviewed July 9, 2012

Hong Kong might possibly be a place where it's very difficult to find a reasonably priced hotel which is worth its money, but I would not recommend this hotel in any case. Approximately 200 USD for such a tiny single room is a scam. I could hardly open my suitcase without putting it on the bed first. The bathroom does not have a shower. It IS the shower. There does not seem to be any isolation between the rooms as one can hear people speaking in the neighbouring rooms very well. The bed was also too hard for my liking.

Plus for free wi-fi in the rooms! :-)

The booking and contact with the hotel in advance through e-mail was without problems. When I arrived three young, trendy people managed the reception desk. Didn't get as much as a smile. When I checked out the next morning two older men managed the desk, and they had a much better attitude and seemed more service minded.

The hotel is located almost right next to the metro station, which was convenient. Still... I found it overpriced for such a tiny room.

Date of stay: July 2012
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