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The room was very small, which I found out is expected in Hong Kong. I've stayed with my boyfriend for 4 nights. Space is one thing, the main problem was the bathroom. It's in the room like 20 cm away from the bed and it...More
My partner and I stayed at this hotel for 12 nights so we got to know it pretty well. Before we got to the hotel we received an email from them telling us exactly how to get to there and gave us warning of 'touts'...More
Small room is expected before I check in, but I was shocked the room is smaller than my expectation. We stayed in twin room with bathroom attached, the overall just like 4ft x 8ft, occupied by 2 single bed + bathroom (estimated 2ft x 4ft),...More
One of the many hotels/guest houses in the Chungking mansion building. Accessibility is certainly good, on the main road, in a perennial crowded area. Subway station is right next to the building and ferry service is also a short walk away. The mansion corridor atmosphere...More
I booked this place throw the tripadvisor venere.com, received the booking confirmation to e-mail. 3 months before i went to Hong Kong. The day i went to Hong Kong, first need to look this place almost 30 minutes, was so hard to find and when...More
US$22 - US$83 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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