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All reviewsjordan roadnight marketbeds are hardfamous templehard sleepermin walktemple st marketevery other dayfamily suitesuite roomnon smoking floorshower gelplace to sleepmini fridgelocation is greatgood sizekowloon park
Great option for a budget hotel. Although there are quite a few bad reviews I thought it was clean and comfortable compared to many other budget options.
The room was fairly basic, but clean. My only complaint is that it was challenging to get the...More
Stayed for 1 night layover in Hk.
- Very good location - 5 mins walk to Kowloon (airport train), Austin and Jordan (like in the middle).
- helpful ok service.
- cheap for this location.
- old facilities. Smelly. Many smoking rooms.
The room is clean and the hotel is in a good location. The staff were helpful and friendly, we were initially put in a smoking room and they were really good about letting us swap to a non smoking floor they made it really easy....More
We had just stayed at two Disney Hotels and so realised that this hotel would probably not live up to their standards but having looked at the reviews we thought the West Hotel seemed a good option - how wrong we were! After problems accepting...More
While it's overall a good hotel, it does have a few quirks -- the primary one being the hardness of their mattresses. I'm not particularly fussy about my sleeping quarters being overly comfortable (I once slept in the trunk of Buick with no complaints) but...More
The Jordan and Yau Ma Tei neighbourhood is where you will find some of the more authentic areas of Hong Kong. Not as glamourous or busy as its neighbours Mong Kok to the north or Tsim Sha Tsui to the south, Yau Ma Tei is often mistakenly overlooked by visitors on their trips to Hong Kong. Exploring parts of this area makes you feel like you’ve been transported back in time. A large part of the neighbourhood draws from the
rich history of Temple Street, stretching from Jordan to Yau Ma Tei, where a mix of dai pai dongs (outdoor restaurants), market stalls, fortune tellers and old karaoke bars bring out the history and culture of the area. The neighbourhood is a showcase of diversity – different ethnicities, cultures, and a mix of old and new.