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We were welcomed by Gofi and assisted us to our room. Room was small but still good for stay. We stayed there for 4 days and 3 nights. Gofi was accommodating and approachable whenever we needed him. Overall, we went to Hongkong with sidetrip to...More
We arrived 1AM in the morning and we left the guest house 6AM the next day but they still charged us 2 nights. We informed them before we arrived at Hong Kong that we will be there at around 1AM and they confirmed it that...More
When we arrived we waited for 20 minutes for someone to come and once they did they took us to a completely different place?! The guy claimed the rooms were a bit old but really spacious and the place had just opened, this is not...More
the building where it is located is creepy, very dirty, the elevator is always under maintenance and we ended up using the stairs. we went down 8 floors and the way down is very dirty, they use it as a smoking area and lots of...More
Absolutely nothing is good about this guest house, just very close to star ferry, that is all, avoid this place. It is unsafe, filthy dirty, the walls and floors are oily and yellow, not like in the pictures you see. I killed nearly 13 cockroaches...More
US$25 - US$121 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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