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Room is small as expected in HK, but it's clean and supplies are good enough. Have we known it has stairs going to the lobby and the bed is really bad, we would NOT book here. We stayed in HK for 5 nights, and been...More
From the airport get the A21 bus. It is really easy with storage for luggage. Mich cheaper than a taxi. We got off too soon, stop 10, I think stop 11 or 12 would be perfect.
If you have mobility problems the steps up...More
We total rent 2 double rooms and 1 family room. The double rooms are bigger than other hotels with this cheaper price, the family room is also not bad. We felt regret to book when we first saw the pics in Trip Advisor, after that...More
Location is not an issue, in the middle of Jordan road and easy access to Jordan MTR exit D. The problem starts when you need to climb the stairs to reach the lobby. Service is almost non existence and many has described, the lift was...More
The location of the hotel is very convenient as it is just a 3 minutes walk to the Jordan MTR. Mc Donald's is also strategically beside the hotel.
It is an old building and we had to climb the stairs of around 20 steps to...More
Tsim Sha Tsui is one of the major tourist and shopping areas of Hong Kong. With a high concentration of hotels, retail shops and commercial offices – it’s a busy and bustling neighbourhood that never sleeps. On the surface, Tsim Sha Tsui seems to only feature an abundant number of high-end retail stores selling designer brands and jewelry, owing to its popularity with high-budget shopping tours. However, it also
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.
well if you are staying at Hongkong First time, i'm sure you will find out rooms are bit smaller than the regular hotels! but it's everywhere in Hongkong! i meant their all hotels rooms are smaller so better to check... More
well if you are staying at Hongkong First time, i'm sure you will find out rooms are bit smaller than the regular hotels! but it's everywhere in Hongkong! i meant their all hotels rooms are smaller so better to check in physically or check out on website with dimensions! usually rooms are well equipped with all amenities and with okay space as you got kids you may need to adjust a bit ;) .... enjoy your trip at Hongkong !
Hong Kong is famous for its shopping venue, being you first time, I would suggest that you book your hotel at TST area. Scout for a good bargain hotel with an average rating of no lower than 7.0. Don't forget to get an... More
Hong Kong is famous for its shopping venue, being you first time, I would suggest that you book your hotel at TST area. Scout for a good bargain hotel with an average rating of no lower than 7.0. Don't forget to get an English HK map at the airport upon arrival. It is just before the immigration area in one of the post. It is your survival kit to go around HK. Upon exit to the customs, secure a Octopus Card for your transpo everywhere in HK (2nd Survival kit). You can top it up in every 7-11 outlets. Deposit is refundable upon your return to the airport during regular office hours only.
At TST, I would suggest that you visit the Science Museum (half day) then to the 3D museum (half day) and also the HK Cultural Center (half day). At night exactly 8pm be at the avenue of the Stars to witness the laser light show of the buildings across the bay. You can stroll at the Kowloon Garden and don't forget the Signal Hill Garden. Have a selfie at the Ocean Terminal along the boardwalk area around 6-7pm for a souvenir photo. Clock tower is just around the area, maybe you can visit it and the Star Ferry. Your visit will not be complete without visiting the Night Market at Temple Street.
At HK side, from TST you can take the Star Ferry to cross the bay. Visit the City Hall museum, and have some selfie photos of famous buildings HKSB, China Bank , etc. The famous Victoria Peak is a must to visit. Ocean Park if you have small kids and if there are scheduled activities try going at the Victoria Park. If you have more time, try visiting Stanley.
At the New Territories Area, you can visit Sha Tin where you will see the Ten Thousand Buddas and HK Heritage Museum.
Walking is not a problem at TST because most of the sites I mentioned are just near each other. But at HK side, you have to avail of the MTR, city buses or tram. Do your assignments and get to know the routes of the trains and buses. It will help. Android phones wifi capable is very helpful and your 3rd survival kit.
Good luck Sandra and enjoy your trip. I do hope I was able to help.
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"9th floor rooms and below have 2 elevator options, 10th up only 1"