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This is the smallest room I have ever been in its tiny the shower is over the toilet plus your on the 16th floor only accessible by a lift which has long queues .it is very clean and has wi fi plus a fan and...More
Well The Mansions Building houses a dozen or so Guest Houses (Hotels) with these sorta rooms, to find the Reception and your room is confusing everything looks the same and isnt clearly labelled. rooms are somewhat always available most people i noticed turn up there...More
Considering the room prices in Hong Kong this place is ok. It was clean when we were there. But indeed the rooms are small. But then again, all of the rooms are small in the Chung King Mansions. We checked about 10 rooms as it...More
Although the rooms are small, the elevator situation is not ideal and the sellers in the lobby are annoying, V Inn is a very good value accommodation. The rooms are the size of the bed, but the location within Hong Kong can't be beaten for...More
Unfortunately booking.com is a partner and the photos looked great - long story short there were wet stains on my sheets as soon as I walked into the room that smelled horrible. I was going to try to stay there but didn't want to touch...More
US$23 - US$211 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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