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The room was alright clean, fast wifi, toilet very small. Location is good in overall.
If you don t know Chung King mansion, be aware there is minimum 20 min waiting line to take the elevator...not very clean around and full of vendors harassing you...
We stayed here for a week. Upon arrival, the caretakers greeted us with a smile and even asked us if we were okay (we looked really stressed because our flight from Korea was delayed and it was already 10 p.m). George was from Africa and...More
The building this guesthouse is located in is the most dangerous building in Hong Kong! We didn't know this prior to our arrival so it was heck of a shock! It was difficult to find, but one we did find it the staff were helpful...More
I love to stay here due housekeeper took care of us everyday with tidy and clean room. The guesthouse is located in the massion which popular with crowded area in hong kong. The guesthouse is nice and cheap in hongkong. Location is most considerable to...More
even if you are offered this place for free, don't take it as it will spoil your holiday. There are better places in the very same building for the same or lesser price. The room is so small that even by HK standards it is...More
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