Although this hotel is not walking distance from the shopping area it is still close to central 10 min with tram. Tram cost 2,3 HKD thus inexpensive. Rooms in the hotel are clean, good materials used, proper constructed, efficient. We paid 6500 HKD for 7 days. They have a free bus each hour to central and back.
The hotel is well located with respect to transport. It is easy to explore thr sights of Hong Kong by bus, tram or train very easily. There are also a range of dining options close to the hotel. The staff were obliging, particularly the man who was very helpful as far as what travel options there were available.
Good hotel overall, staff are polite and so is their cleaning staff, overall for staff and excellent service very helpful. The hotel is a good little hotel, rooms isn't that big and view wasn't that great, close to MTR, leaving with 2 massive baggage it was a pleasant experience to get to the airport compared to where I stayed before in Tin Shui Wai, however the rooms were bigger there, stayed for 3 weeks and overall if your staying shorter it's fine but if not better to find elsewhere, not near that much food around the hotel which for someone who snacks and eats a lot at night was difficult but the station Sheng Wan walking distance too had good food and spoke good English, overall would revisit if it was back for a short break like a week
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Room was small but fine for one. It came with a double bed, fast wifi, tv with 4 channels, working aircon which could be set to any temperature you want, 2 new bottles of water each day. The free breakfast included bread, waffles (just the kind you put in the toaster) and orange juice, along with an odd selection of nachos (amusingly labelled cornflakes), cherry tomatoes and chinese noodles. Tea and coffee also was available. Towels were replaced daily. I just used this place as a bed for the night while visiting family who live nearby
I was upgraded to a "suite" so the room was actually a small apartment (its HK remember, so everything is smaller). Simple, yet clean. Kennedy Town has really been upgraded in past years, and while not in a "trendy" area, this small hotel is in a residential apartment block, directly across the street from a new subway stop. For a small matter of going an extra 3 subway stops from Central, this hotel has reasonable price. It was very basic, and clean.
Get a feel for the Hong Kong of old. Start at the Chinese Central Market (the tender-hearted should avoid the lower floors, where poultry butchering takes place) on the corner of Queen Victoria Street and meander down narrow laneways where herbalists and other traditional shopkeepers display their wares. Don’t miss the world’s longest outdoor escalator, at 880 meters, which also provides sweeping district views.