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All reviews tsim sha tsui nathan road mtr exit standard queen great location airport bus family room free wifi tst area rooms are small boutique hotel single room halal food compared to other hotels kowloon park walking distance hotel room
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Reviewed 5 December 2017

Spent 1 night at Hotel Benito between 27~28 Nov 2017.

Duration from airport to Hotel Benito, via Bus A21, took us less than an hour to reach the Hotel. Though it took longer than using the MTR system, it helped to save us the trouble from switching from one line to another. Overall: The journey was great since we can explore different parts of Hong Kong by bus. Cheaper too :)

Checking into the hotel was very fast. The manager at the counter had been expecting for our arrival and everything was done in less than 3 minutes. We were given a free upgrade from 'Family Room 1' to 'Family Room 2'. Very happy as the size of this room was very spacious.

We are also entitled to use the lounge at level 1 because booking was done 'directly' via hotel web link. Note: Simple breakfast is provided at this lounge. My advice, to all who choose to stay here, is to book via the link directly from hotel. Also, you can get a 10% discount from rate indicated.

Shopping was also within stone throw distance away and there is a small eatery shop just next to the main entrance of this hotel. McDonald and MTR Station is located less than 50 metres from the hotel.

Will strongly recommend this hotel to those travelling with family. Will return again.

Room Tip: Family Rooms are located at Level 1 and Wifi signal tends to be stronger over here.
  • Stayed: November 2017, travelled with family
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2  Thank ThomasTeng
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Reviewed 29 November 2017 via mobile

One thing great about this hotel is its location. It is a few steps away from almost anything -the MTR, Nathan road..... shops... restaurants.. the hotel is essentially in the center of the TST area.

The lobby is quite small. It can only accommodate one sofa that sits only 2 persons. The twin room we took was also small but clean. The room also has free internet.

The front desk employees are courteous and very solicitous. Housekeeping services complies with expectations... clean rooms, clean toilet and bath, clean towels and on time replenishment of bathroom amenities.

i find it pricey for its size and category though (maybe because i booked it just a week before my trip).

Overall, i find it a great boutique hotel and i am definitely coming back to this hotel.

Stayed: November 2017, travelled with friends
Thank bingboy_2005
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Reviewed 28 November 2017

The hotel is very well located for the traveller. The Tsim Sha Tsui MTR station is about a 100m away and not too far from the buses at Nathan Road.
Getting to the hotel from the airport is convenient and for the budget traveller there is a bus from the Airport to Nathan Road with a stop at about 300m to the hotel.
The hotel is a walking distance to many food joints and religious places like a Catholic Churches, Anglican Churches and Mosque. For those in search of Halal food, there are many restaurants in the locality.
A great place for shopaholics especially ladies in search of cosmetics as there are a large number of cosmetic shops in the neighbourhood.
Posh dining is a walk away if you are looking for Oysters, Japanese restaurants, Western steak houses. Likewise there are many budget food joints in the area. Just be aware that the shops are pretty small and stressed Hong Kong patrons sometimes queue at tables and can be quite rude at getting you to clear the way for them when you are done.
The cafe adjacent to the hotel sells lovely buns and cakes. Coffee and Tea is also served.
The hotel rooms are small, I had booked 3 rooms at the hotel for 2 couples and a single. The single slept best as we the couples had beds that are rather small for couples, worse off if you have a restless and noisy sleeping partner.
The bathroom is small but safe and clean with hot shower.
The hotel does not serve breakfast.
Security access to the rooms are good with electronic card key access. There is a safe box installed at a comfortable height for elderlies. The area is safe with the police headquarters at Nathan Road not too far away.
There is very little walking area within the rooms so we had to implement a traffic system within, for my partner and I-We are kind of a 'big people' :-) The stay starts with two luggages and after 3 days is packed with goods from shopping making it pretty inconvenient to move around.
There is free wifi operating at a reasonable speed.
A water boiler is provided with beverages and two bottles of water. The little bar fridge provided is good especially when you have shopped for food in a gluttons paradise like HK.
The hotel staff are very helpful especially the doorman.
It was quite an enjoyable stay.
The best thing about the hotel is that when you are tired from walking around Kowloon and Hong Kong island, the hotel is not too far from the MTR train station or public transport.The inconvenience at the station though is a lack of an elevator or escalator. Travel by bus is advised. I was told by my relatives in Hong Kong that Uber was preferred over the Taxis. The taxis can be a problem as most of the drivers speak Cantonese and many do not know the English name of locations on the maps. They are familiar only with local cantonese names and some can be pretty rude to ask why you are taking a taxi when you do not know the way especially on Hong Kong island. So plan your daily transportation from point A to B.
Lastly, the hotel room prices are reasonable and value for money.

Room Tip: Ask for the high floors
  • Stayed: October 2017, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Jeffrey C
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Reviewed 21 November 2017 via mobile

I stayed for 1 night at this hotel.
The location is best as it is very near the MTR station. This hotel is located on cameron lane which has a quick access to restaurants, shopping area, mini groceries and currency exchange stall.

The room is clean, not that spacious but a decent space to rest and work. Staff are helpful and accomodating. All my request that was asked was responded professionally.

I highly recommend this hotel coz of the location, accessibility, cleanliness and promptness of the staff.

Thank you Hotel Benito for making my last day in HK great.

Stayed: November 2017, travelled on business
Thank Ivy2sex-zy
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Reviewed 16 October 2017 via mobile

I need a hotel for 1 night in the middle of Hong Kong, as close as possible to the metro.

Hotel Benito ticked all of the boxes and more. Literally 1 min from a transfer station making it easy to get about. 2 min away from the popular Nathan Road.

Added bonus being near some fast food joints if you get a little peckish before having main meal.

The rooms are clean and small (to be expected in HKG). The shower could have been updated.

If you do not intend on spending hours in the hotel, look no further. Great place to stay.

Stayed: October 2017, travelled solo
Thank MrWhyte
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