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The room/apartment was badly maintained, showing signs of wear and tear like a hole in the curtain. Moreover the bathroom had mold and bugs were crawling around. For EUR 130 a night a shameless rip off.
Writing this review under there wan chai listing as they do not seem to have one for the mid level property.
Firstly this is not a "Serviced Apartment". This can mostly be classified as a old run down ruined apartment located centrally. Probably the owner...More
Stayed here for 3 days. No lift. We informed them that we are travelling with baby but they didn’t care to tell us about the lift. Surrounded by pubs so very noisy. Not suitable if travelling with kids. Attaching pic of how we got the...More
Thank pallavi n
Response from YServiced, Front Office Manager at Y Serviced Apartment (Wan Chai)Responded 9 April 2018
This is Y Serviced Apartment (Wan Chai). There is a lift in the building, you posted in wrong location.
In the heart of Wan Chai, therefore quite expensive.
I stayed there for 2 weeks, and then - after a short trip to Malaysia - I was there again for few more days.
On the first stay I was in Apt. D, good sized (500...More
The location is very convenient. A short walk to Lee Avenue and you can get to the MTR station from there(exit D). Nearby you can find 7-11 and other eateries. The apartment is clean however I killed 15 cockroaches during my 6 night stay despite...More
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