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Althought the hotel is located near to a touristic area, that's the only positive thing about the hotel (and not worth it). First of all, when we found the place, me and my sister were surrounded by a lot of men trying to sell things...More
I booked 4 nights stay in Canada Hotel, average about $45 Singapore dollars per night. Don't be mislead by its name. In fact its just a guest house only. They don't change your bedsheet daily. In fact they only pass us the pillow case on...More
I’ve been visiting hk 4x
And stay in Chungking for 2x
Canada hotel is worst
-toilet has stinky smell.
-the bed sheet is so sticky and the quilt is not changed.
-few bugs and flies.
-the staff from morning shift are rude.
Not all in...More
Good room for back packers.. rooms are neat and well maintained.. staff attitude are ok..For this price it is recommendable.. rooms are small.. you can expect this size in HK hotels since HK is a expensive city
I booked a room at D Red Loft, but I was guided to Canada hotel.
If you want to have a cheap room in HK, this may be your place.
I just want to say, it can be very cold place during winter. I slept...More
US$22 - US$66 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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