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We stayed here for 6 nights, it was a bit old and tired, but is currently having renovations done.
It was in an ideal location to walk to the harbour, the main shopping streets and bars hidden across the road and behind the shops. The...More
It's a decent room. Clean but staff not friendly enough. The location is great - near shops and restaurants - both high end and cheap. I like the hotel because it is walking distance to good shops and good food
Ok,this hotel has a slightly faded elegance but nobody has told the staff who still provide a first rate service. The range of food provided for breakfast was excellent ranging from full English to full on Chinese eg noodles and dumplings etc. We bought octopus...More
I stayed for the first time at Kimberley Hotel Hong Kong with my two daughters on a shopping trip. The Hotel staff are very welcoming. Previously to my stay I had been emailing the hotel manager, with various questions, which were always replied to, upon...More
Rented 2 nights last minute here and its a horrible hotel rooms are very OLD outdated from the 80's. Tube style TVs in the family suites. Lots of rust around the electrical plugs and mould everywhere in the bathrooms, plus the ceiling looks like it's...More
US$104 - US$296 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#131 Luxury Hotel in Hong Kong
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