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Close to Metro station but little tricky to find. 7th floor, use the right hand side lift.
Room is small (room 709), has a fridge and TV. Shower is in a tiny WC
Bed was good and room was quiet.
What else can you expect...More
This is the cheapest guesthouse I've found in the city of Tsim Sha Tsui. A very small room but clean and the staff (indonesian) was very helpful and kind. If you have more budget, try to stay at another hotel which is more comfortable but...More
This place is actually a red light area. There isn't anything illegal which doesn't happen here. They charged me early although I booked using Booking.com where they are supposed to charge only after I have reached. They refused to give us rooms when we arrived....More
There are at least hundred of small guest houses in this building and you can always find a vacant room. All of rooms are very small, but considering the location (which is perfect) and price, it worth to stay here.
I stayed in Singh Guest...More
I will not introduce anyone to this place..
Its full of south Asians dealers.
Place don't look like a hotel, front desk is rude, tiny rooms and no room service.
Does not worth the price at all for 190 bucks per night!!
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