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Straight from my notes so do not mind the formatting
Hard to find.
Melda was very friendly and helpful.
Bathroom was small but doable.
Shower is over the toilet.
I grew up sleeping on a hard bed. Bed is hard. Perfect for me!
Hong Kong is a fortune, so we were looking for something reasonable, well-located, clean and relatively comfortable. Found all of that, but no more, at the Taj Wah Guest House. Would say the location is the best feature. It really helped that the room had...More
All rooms in Mirador Mansion (and Chungking Mansion for that matter) are super tiny - if this is a problem for you, then don't stay here. If showering over the toilet bothers you, then again don't stay here. However we enjoyed this place very much....More
Good location , connect the MTR , airport bus stop, shopping and food are convenient
The room is clean and good security for the guesthouse eventhough the building look old and dirty , price is reasonable
I know that Hong Kong hostels have microscopical rooms, but here even I was impressed. We booked "family room" with two double beds for us (two men); i am not sure 4 people can ever stay there in same time. Our two luggage pieces occupied...More
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