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I have ever been to Dragon inn twice and this time is third,stayed for two nights.
The room is too narrow but comfortable.
It's possible to go in and out without using crowded elevator.
l feel that this owner always welcome me.
She often said,"I...More
Went back yesterday. Same impression add last year. Excellent food, seafood, steamed chicken, etc.
Little English spoken as usual in Hong Kong, so dig into the possibilities. Don't settle for the short options you get in writing.
Table next to us were having crab, lobster,...More
We booked at the Dragon Inn due to the great location however we do regret our choice. The first room was awful with a smell of mould. We changed and had to pay extra. The beds was the hardest ever and we did not sleep...More
very impolite owner not recommended for any tourists. the room condition just normal you can find cheaper price in this building. the owner is soooooooooooo rude and no manner at all to walk in guest and so bad communication. no service minded. dont never ever...More
When I informed the owner that I would be checking out two nights early, she became enraged and slapped herself in the face several times.
Pointing to a wall in her office full of pictures, she asked me why in the world I didn't like...More
US$33 - US$74 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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