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Room is small but clean; Toilet is also small with no lock to the bathroom door; hot water was scheduled; we were advised ahead of the schedule so that was no problem; they provided shower gel; you have to request for towel as they do...More
An aesthetically designed luxury. A visual treat for you if you love heritage architect. Nice and spacious rooms with seventh heaven view from the room. Staff were courteous and services were all top class. A must stay if you are in Macao.
We actually visited this place last November 2014 but the timeline is disabled for year 2014 so I had to choose the earliest date available which is May 2016.
Anyway, terrible hostel! Location is great since it's near TST station. But I personally felt this...More
I choosed that hostel because of good location and I wanted to save my money. There is so rude staff, and i did not feel comfortable on this room. Shower room there is a terrible. But you can feel lifestyle of Hong Kong. If someday...More
When it comes to location, its an excellent. Its near tsim sha shui station, near bus station, many restaurants.
When it comes to the hostel itself, the room have a lot of dust. You can see on the light full of dust. Our skin got...More
US$ 26 - US$ 72 (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.