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Although the conversation was polite between the two parties (me and the management), the property (HK Taisan - Burlington, Harilela, Granville) was not too flexible to my request as a returning guest. I have previously booked with them several times thus I am a returning...More
We stayed for 2 nights.
The elevator that leads you to 14th floor (or 15th floor, I forgot) was tiny. And it wasn’t pleasant to the eyes. I do not know if it was under repair that the walls are not the usual elevator walls.....More
We Stayed here for 4 days and 2 nights. Small room but clean... Safe place to stay in Hongkong... ❤ Thank you ate Yolly for making our trip in Hk memorable.. Next time we stay here again this place is near in all...
Stayed here for only 1 night. The caretaker Ate yolly was very accomodating and very nice. She also have a very good rate when your exchanging different currencies to hkd. The guesthouse is along nathan road very accessible to all kinds of transportation (mtr and...More
It is a nice guest house strategically located in TST. You don't need to go to Causeway or Central for your shopping needs as it is located in the shopping district. It is also just five minutes walk from MTR and 3 minutes walk from...More
US$62 - US$98 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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