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I travel to Shekou frequently and have tried almost all of the hotels in the area, this was my first stay at the HonLux. This hotel was recently updated, the rooms are not huge but well played out and equipped. I was a little worried...More
I have stayed here many times and my choice of hotels. Shekou is the best area for forgiener's to stay and you are right in the middle of Sea World and very close to the ferry going to Hong Kong or Macau . The staff...More
Stayed there for 4 days over the weekend with the missus.
Very nice location and friendly staff and crowd. Breakfast is normal. Room is very clean although the furnishing is a little simple and dated.
My wife is absolutely in love with their gorgeous floral...More
The hotel is right in SeaWorld and close to everything. We would definitely stay there again. When we came back from dinner we found the bed turned down and two boxes with small snicker bars on the bedside table - not something done in many...More
Honlux is located at the center of Seaworld right next to the Metro A exit. The hotel is very clean and well furnished. Only complaint was the level of air conditioning could not be adjusted making the room fairly chilly when on. Great for sleeping...More
US$87 - US$96 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#18 Best Value Hotel in Shenzhen
#39 Luxury Hotel in Shenzhen
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Need directions from Seaworld subway please. (the map makes it look like it is against the hill across Nahai lu---but the photos all make it look as if it is on the Seaworld square itself). Please clarify