To have stayed in this wonderful little hotel was a memorable experience, a return to the wonderful days when Hong Kong was under British administration. (Oh, how I long for those days!) Restored from the former Tai-O Police station, no expense was spared to make every one of the nine rooms in the hotel as comfortable as possible. Beautifully appointed and furnished, with thoughtful touches such as coffee machines in each room, a good selection of tea and coffee, free wi-fi and movie channels, as well as photographs of old Tai-O. In fact, our room was so comfortable that we didn't want to leave it!
Staff members, hired from the local Tai-O community, show a real sense of pride in the hotel, and try hard to accomodate the needs of the guests. The restaurant offers a good selection of dishes at reasonable prices.
I do hope that they are able to keep the hotel in beautiful shape. It is good to know that the people in Hong Kong are working to keep part of their unique heritage alive.More
- Free Wifi