"FREEZING AND HUMID"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Mar 16, 2014
The hotel is conveniently located next to subway station and central area. However the heater is set at approximately 70 and cannot be modified. The room was so humid the pages of my notebook became all curvy, by the third night it was really uncomfortable so I called and they sent me an electric heater. From that point on it was fine. Even though we stayed there 8nights, the last day, as our plane was leaving at midnight, even though they had plenty of rooms available, did not allow to stay any extra hours. Offered to charge half day if we wanted to stay in the afternoon.
"Good budget hotel"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Mar 12, 2014
This is not your average tourist hotel, but it's a good value if you're going to be away from your room all day and don't mind walking a bit. The room is just large enough for a bed, has a tiny desk and cabinet for luggage and a broom closet sized bathroom. That said, it's cheap, it's clean, it's about a 15-20 minute walk to the Prince Edward MTR station, there's a nearby grocery store and Circle-K convenience store, and while it's in a commercial district, it doesn't feel unsafe. There's a menu for a set lunch if you want to get food delivered. The fridge has water for the same price as a typical convenience store. The TV is your standard local channels, with only one channel that isn't in Chinese, but you're probably not going to want to be watching TV if you're traveling to HK. The wifi is reasonably fast and is free. The windows open, which is a plus, and there is air conditioning, which is also a plus. The clerks spoke English without too much trouble. Would I stay here again for the same price? Probably.
"Close to Prince Edward. Safe to walk around"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Jan 1, 2014
Despite shops/buildings around the hotel, it is fortunately safe and also very quiet. Only source of noise is your room neighbour which can be quite audible when they are loud. Hotel is very close to station 3-5minutes walk and walking distance to Sham Shui Po the electronic district in HK. Additionally there are Mcdonalds close by if you cannot take HK food.
"Good enough for the modest price"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Dec 17, 2013
About a 10 minute walk from Olympic Station...or a 20 minute walk to Mong Nok Station where the Ladies Market is...good for souvenir hunters...can bargain. Room was comfortable and somewhat acceptable to US standards for a 3-star. Compared to higher priced hotels, this was good for spending the nights.
"Good stay and fair price for room but............."
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Jun 28, 2013
Hotel was very clean and well maintained. Room was very small but clean, good mattress, clean bathroom with toiletries and nice clean towels. Overall the stay was great and room very nice. Price much lower than many of the other hotels but this hotel appears to be located in very poor district of Hong Kong. Shops were so so, pricey and restaurants in immediate area sucked. The breakfast buffet at the hotel was high for what you get. Otherwise hotel is a good buy and would stay again but not eat their breakfast buffet.