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Bed is clean.
Shower was a bit terrible(not really used to showering over a toilet)
Probably would only recommend staying one or two night. Not the 6 nights that I spent.
The location was excellent. The MTR was super accessible & convenient to go everywhere....More
The worst place I have ever been.
I would not recommend even to a homeless person.
Old dirty building, bad service, they don't even want to make a phone call to call you a taxi when you are leaving....they don't provide that service was...More
While the location is fantastic, the wifi inside the room sucks. Had only 1 dot and couldn't do much. Speed was very slow irregardless of which facing inside the room
Receptionists were very polite, room was clean and spacious.
Will stay there again if not...More
Me and my friends stayed at this hotel for 2 nights. The hotel is really good for budget travelers. Every you need are already in this room like drinking water,heater, hair dryer, comfy beds, clean sheets, and tv. If you are taller than 5'5 then...More
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