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As 3 female travellers we didn't find this accommodation very safe. When you enter the building there were lots of people trying to sell us food and one of the men followed us right until we got to our lift which made us feel uneasy....More
Well it certainly appear to be different than pictures. I've survived 5 nights here luckily with no beg bugs etc. Location is perfect and convenient to MTR station and 5-10 minutes walk to Avenue of star, perfect shopping spot too. The room is really really...More
If you are looking for a place to be scammed Cyntia's Inn perfect place to start.
There is no actual check-in or reception area. You have to call at specific time and somebody supposedly will shows up. Well, its wishful thinking and it took me...More
We stayed for 2 nights, the room was clean but much different than the pictures probably they were taken when the hotel was built..the room was double bed but much smaller than 11 mq and during the night the tiles in the walls sweat because...More
We stayed in Hong Kong over a holiday weekend. On our first night, this was the only place we could find with a room (unless we had $450 USD to stay at a 5 star hotel, no exaggeration). We had no choice (unless to sleep...More
US$23 - US$56 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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