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The hotel is hard to find.
The elevator that takes you to the hotel floor is very squishy, if you're considerably overweight you may want to rethink coming here.
The room is kind of filled with grime here and there.
Room although is advertised as...More
Airport bus a21 stop just right in front of the entrance of the hotel. There are some staircase before to the lift, if u have heAvy luggage then there will be a small problem.
The reception dont speak english.
Room is very small but clean
The hotel is located very near to the MTR Mongkok, good if you are there just for shopping trip and doesn't mind of the small space hotel room. We took the queen bed room with private bathroom but the room is extremely small and the...More
Location: Extremely convenient. Bus A21 literally stops at the doorstep from airport. Very near MTR exit (Mongkok). Just along Nathan Road, behind Ladies St and stone's throw from Sneakers Street and Argyle Center.
Room: Extremely small, but expected for price. Note: Stairs leading to lift....More
This hotel has a good location cause it is near the MTR. However We didn't had a pleasant stay in the hotel.
Staff attitude towards guest are very rude and unwilling to serve. Lousy service quality and room was dirty. Very inconvenient for people carrying...More
It’s one of the highest density districts in the world, so come to Mong Kok prepared for action. Home to every market, restaurant and shopping arcade imaginable, Mong Kok is the one-stop shop to satisfy all your shopping needs. Dust off your finest negotiation skills and dive into the bartering frenzy. Similar retailers will conveniently congregate in the same area forming easy to remember references such as
“flower street” and “sneakers street.” Here you will also find various local delicacies being served at street snack shops or hole-in-the-wall restaurants. One reliable rule of thumb: the smaller the place, the better the food.