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I booked a room at mingle by the park for one night , and they have given me the room at mingle place by the park which is next to mingle by park . When i asked them they said they cant do anything ,...More
I booked the hotel for solid nights. Upon arrival, company notified me that I have to attend another meeting at another city on next day. I have to cancel one night reservation. The duty staff was very helpful and friendly to contact the travel agency...More
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Really really small for the single room. I think is ard 8 sq m. But the room has everything u need but aircon in my room was not cool at all. Also do be careful when u want to access the balcony. There is a...More
This was my first time in Hong Kong and I loved the central location of this hotel. It has a unique floor plan - for example, from the lobby to get to our room we went up the elevator to the 7th floor, then down...More
Short walk to Wanchai metro station and inexpensive price (for Hong Kong island). The hotel is a bit strange in that for many rooms, you have to take an elevator to the seventh floor then go outside and walk down another stairwell to get to...More
US$43 - US$246 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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