Besides the usual amenities, this hotel also provides a free to use cellphone that also acts as a wifi hotspot. This made navigating the streets of Hong Kong a breeze. It is very close to many restaurants and shopping centers like Olympic City. Mongkok is within a walkable distance as well. However, space is definitely very compact in the 2 single beds type room. It was a cozy stay but there wasn't much room for large or many luggages. A better option for those looking for a short stay in HK.
Hotel is clean and has basic amenities you need. E.g: slippers, toiletries, toothbrush and a handy mobile phone for you to bring out to use. Location is good, near to Olympic and Mongkok MTR.
However, the bed is a little hard. Therefore those who prefer soft beds might not like this hotel. Other than this, it's really a value for money hotel..
As most of hotels in Kowloon, room is very small, bed too (If you are over 6 feet tall).
Some rooms have shower door (my previous stay in a single-bed room, I would have to move everything to a higher ground to avoid getting them wet when taking a shower), however, the drain hole is outside the shower door, which means you'll stand in a puddle of water when you take shower, and that isn't something pleasant!
One of the young male staffs is not friendly at all, with bad attitude when you don't have exact $200 for security deposit, because he does not provide any change and will ask you to go find the change somewhere else. But other staffs do smile and nod when they see you, so I guess it is just this guy, and may be he has an off day or something.
Air condition works good, breakfast lady is very nice, something plus!
We arrived via the express bus from the airport and alighted at the hotel entrance.
Our room was away from the street and was very quiet. Hotel is well maintained, and buffet meals were superb and very reasonably priced.
We'll be back!
Given past experience with other hotels in the general area, this by far is the best value for the money. Basically, everything that I needed were there and adequately provided. It met my expectations in comfort as well as space requirement as a traveler.
the room was clean but small, the photos are deceiving, the double bed takes up 3/4 of the room, the bathroom is only a few inches wider than a person, I'm not complaining, it was decent for the price i paid.
A/C not powerful enough.
Wifi stopped working on the second day.
Shops, restaurants, and recreational pursuits define the character of Mong Kok. Numerous curbside food stalls, modern shopping plazas, and traditional markets are concentrated here. Mong Kok Flower Market, Yuen Po Street Bird Garden, the Goldfish Market, and Ladies Market are among the most popular. Try Fa Yuen Street for sports equipment and clothing.