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The location is good. The accommodation is horrendous. I can't believe $120 Canadian dollars gives you a shoe box with stained sheets.. dirty old bathroom...
it was just awful. So uncomfortable and gross. I would not recommend staying here ever. EVER!!!
and to top it...More
This one made me convinced that budget Hong Kong doesn't exist. Apart from the super duper good location (right in the very middle of Causeway bay with everything around you as you step out the bldg door), everything else is poor. Not sure if it...More
For the amount per night for a single, for US$10 to $20 dollars more, one could get a room at a better hotel and also more room space. The residence hotel/hostel is located on Paterson Street. It is an area with restaurants, movies, shopping and...More
I was totally shocked to see a bad room looked totally worn out for 66usd per night. The building from outside looks like some luxury brand getup with some dedigner brands, but everything good ends here. The front desk cant speak english and made it...More
Most of the facilities are broken. No hot water unlike promised and the toilets are faulty. When I stay here there is construction on above level but there was no early notice from the owner. The room is dirty and very unkempt, cracks on the...More
US$48 - US$75 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Wan Chai and Causeway Bay are the retail centres of Hong Kong Island. Filled with shops, malls and restaurants, both areas are bustling with people – tourists and locals alike. Causeway Bay has one of the highest rents on the planet, and is a bit more polished and modern than its Wan Chai counterpart. Beneath the surface there is more than meets the eye – find boutique stores in the above ground floors of
buildings and wander into side streets to find interesting restaurants and shops tucked away from the main roads. Wan Chai especially has experienced a modern revival in recent times, with an influx of trendy restaurants and bars around the Star Street area. In addition, both areas contain many of Hong Kong’s iconic tourist attractions worthy of your visit.