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The rooms are very basic and small, but clean and secure. This hotel is located in what appears to be a decent building (not an older run down place like Chung King mansion). Besides your personal room key, you are also given a key to...More
As you enter, you will have to take the elevator to the 3rd floor, where you will get your key tot eh room. The room is small (may be 60 sq. ft) but adequate. Common shower nearby, and I had no waiting to avail it....More
I spend 6 days in this guesthouse . My little room had a good bed , shower ,toilet and tv . It became my cosy place to relax after a day in busy Hong Kong . Owner and staff very friendly and always ready to...More
Poor management, noisy, smells of smoke. Cramped and uncomfortable rooms with carpeting so poorly tacked into place that you have to watch out for the staples. The only thing going for the Lee Garden Guest House is the free Wifi and water. You may be...More
A safe, clean, friendly, affordable place in the midst of the crazy hustle and bustle of Kowloon. As a solo female traveller, I really appreciated this place. My room (single with bathroom ensuite) was simple and tiny, but absolutely sufficient, and the lady at the...More
US$54 - US$74 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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