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If you are 5'5"+ and over 65kgs than I would strongly suggest you seriously consider elsewhere, unless you are happy with wet towel wipe, or gymnastically trained; the combined toilet and shower room was not designed for a western frame!
Once you got pass the...More
It is normal for strategically located rooms to be small in Hong Kong with an expensive rate. Totally understand that. However the staff and reception were not friendly at all and not helpful and may come off as rude. Generally, I was told that this...More
Fact: HK is really expensive. I read reviews on trip advisor but didn't think much about them. I didn't want to spend the extra money so I just decided to book it. After all, it's just a place to sleep. Once we got there, we...More
I got a very small double room without enough space to move. Literally you will just sleep here , however, you won't be able to relax as the bed and pillows are not that comfy. When u open your door you will immediately bump into...More
The room is very small, bathroom also can't take shower because too small. We stayed there 4 night never change bad sheet and tower. Wifi also can not use. Hairdryer also don't have so i called and ask to reception, she told me that come...More
US$52 - US$171 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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contains a diverse range of attractions for the entire family. Whether taking a walk in Kowloon Park, exploring museums, going shopping or grabbing a bite to eat – Tsim Sha Tsui has something for everyone.
Hi Alvand, wifi signal was weak when you're in your room. You have to be near the receptionist area to receive strong signal wifi. I didn't use skype for it so I cannot make a comment of it. You can go to nearby McDonald or... More
Hi Alvand, wifi signal was weak when you're in your room. You have to be near the receptionist area to receive strong signal wifi. I didn't use skype for it so I cannot make a comment of it. You can go to nearby McDonald or Starbuck to get free wifi with strong signal. Enjoy your trip! Kristine