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I needed one night and didn't want to spend over $1000 for a hotel. I wound up spending $380 HKD. It was the cheapest I could find. Location is good. But the room is lacking. Small which is OK, but not very clean and was...More
well it looks like more of a guest house than a hotel. they are friendly and always greet you and accommodate you. me and my husband stayed here for two nights, and we dont have any bad experience with the staff. the room is enough...More
We stayed at Kwok Wah for three nights in June before we read about the adverse comments posted by someone who stayed there in April. Since our experience with the hotel is very different to the other traveller, we made enquiries only to find out...More
The location is excellent but the fact is there are 5 other hostels in the same building so there are a lot more choices than you think. Just google the address to find the others. The pictures and description of the place are absolutely deceiving....More
US$40 - US$69 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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China > Hong Kong > Mong Kok
It’s one of the highest density districts in the world, so come to Mong Kok prepared for action. Home to every market, restaurant and shopping arcade imaginable, Mong Kok is the one-stop shop to satisfy all your shopping needs. Dust off your finest negotiation skills and dive into the bartering frenzy. Similar retailers will conveniently congregate in the same area forming easy to remember references such as
“flower street” and “sneakers street.” Here you will also find various local delicacies being served at street snack shops or hole-in-the-wall restaurants. One reliable rule of thumb: the smaller the place, the better the food.