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We booked for two rooms a month before our trip. When we got there, the receptionist(?) told us that they already gave our room to someone else who came in earlier. So there started the long argument between the lady at the desk and with...More
The location is okay bcos near everything..mtr ..harbour city.. And bus stop....but the room itself is Very small and dirty..not changing lines.
So smelly.. I bookes for 3 persons..but the room so small we cannot move ..go spend few dollars find another decent hostel..not here....
The dorm was really dirty, and it stank. But the worst are the bedbuggs. I (and I'm not the only one) have been bitten hundreds time on my entire body by bedbuggs. It was really really ithchy and painful. I had to go to the...More
Please don't get engage with this hotel. I hate their marketing strategy, they will post a different photo (seems awesome) but during the actual room, it is very very different. Too small and unclean. I won't recommend this to anyone!!
We have carefully studied the description of the hotel in its homepage in Chinese and in English. And then we have prepaid our room for 2 nights. But our experience was more than disappointed. It was terrible.
Our plane was late and we arrived at...More
US$ 23 - US$ 67 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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