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Dirty and tiny rooms, fights, rat galore, pimps everywhere, rude staff, no security, not drinking water, smelly towels, no cleaning, noisy all night, staff drinking and shouting, they knock on your door
3rd time to book in this hostel (10days) and we're quite pleased with our room view fronting the seaside...location is very, very convenient with MTR below and at the heart of Nathan Road and so close to Harbour City...free shuttle bus to/from Kowloon Airport Check-in...More
We booked Garden Guest House but was placed here. We then realised that floor 15 & 16 hotels at Block C were all under the same management and apparently of the same standard. Our room was small....the smallest we have ever stayed in. However, all...More
I paid a fair wack for this guest house and on arrival.....after spending ages trying to find the right building and correct lift to go in (1 lift for odd number floors and 1 lift for even number floors) I arrived at the reception area....More
I travelled to Hong Kong alone and the location for this hotel was excellent. Of course the room is tiny, but what can you expect with this price? The room was clean and I got a good night sleep. Just remember to call the hotel...More
US$24 - US$72 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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