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the room is quite good if you compare with the price,
quite and comfortable. the wifi running well and fast
but be careful at lobby below, people below sometimes push you to buy their stuffs,
do not pay attention if you don't wanna buy.
At first, I really wasn't sure if there was an available room for me when I arrived last March since I didn't make any reservations but guess what? Not only was there a vacancy but the available room I got was the same room I...More
I know it's a bit late but this place really deserves a good review. We stayed at MerryLand throughout our 5-day stay in HK last October 2013. The guest manager Bruno was very accommodating, from my booking inquiries until we arrive and left HK. He...More
Stayed for 2 weeks in this guesthouse. Rooms are small and basic but very clean and safe.
Mr.Bruno, the guest manager, was the reason I chose to stay in this hotel. Very accommodating, free wifi, good air conditioning , water heater, and above all prime...More
Staying at Merryland Guesthouse was a pleasant experience!
Occupied the room for 4 nights and always feel safe. It was my first solo trip, so I kinda worry about place to stay. I got an excellent recommendation from my high school friend and not a...More
US$18 - US$95 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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