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Firstly, the photos you see of the hostel are COMPLETELY different from the actual place. The rooms are TINY. This is itself is not a huge issue, but the layout is crazy.
The shower cubical is in the room, directly in front of the bed....More
Ok…hope all readers will read through to the end as I am highlighted what worked AND what didn’t at my recent stay at APPLE hotel in Causeway Bay. Overall I am giving it a VERY GOOD rating because that was the overall impression from my...More
went here for honeymoon
was a bit difficult to find, but is near mtr causeway bay station. and lots of stores outside: convenience stores, pastry shops, a mall.
a single door gives access to the whole hotel. each room has a door, thank goodness. but...More
A small but friendly hotel in the very centre of Causeway Bay. Very close to the metro station, great shopping (Haydan Place department store is 4 minutes walk) and lots of smaller or bigger Asian eateries.
It is not so easy to find but if...More
Had the price been half of the 110 USD I paid per night I would have said it was decent value for the money. The place is well located, a 5 minute walk from exit F1 of causeway bay MTR station, but it is hard...More
US$29 - US$55 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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