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Stayed here with my partner in November 2008' great location, easy walk to TST and the underground if you didn't want to walk. Waterloo road is a busy thoroughfare and gives a city feel.
We found the food not great, but loads of places nearby...More
We have just returned from staying here for 6 nights. We chose to take an upgrade which meant we were on a higher floor (17th), had exclusive use of our own check in and enquiry desk and our own area to eat breakfast. The upgrade...More
Stayed for 3 nights in early June. Good location, about 5 minutes walk to train station, less to most markets and food shops all around! Rooms we clean and tidy however they are old and could do with a makeover. Free wifi in the lobby...More
I have stayed here twice and think the location is great. A little disappointed with still being able to smell smoke from the smokers level even if when we were on a non smoking floor other than that the rooms are comfy and clean. Staff...More
We stayed here in June 2012, this was our third visit to Hong Kong and our third stay in the Metropark. I have to again give the hotel 10/10. the Service, the Food, the Staff everything about the hotel is fantastic.
When you arrive the...More
It’s one of the highest density districts in the world, so come to Mong Kok prepared for action. Home to every market, restaurant and shopping arcade imaginable, Mong Kok is the one-stop shop to satisfy all your shopping needs. Dust off your finest negotiation skills and dive into the bartering frenzy. Similar retailers will conveniently congregate in the same area forming easy to remember references such as
“flower street” and “sneakers street.” Here you will also find various local delicacies being served at street snack shops or hole-in-the-wall restaurants. One reliable rule of thumb: the smaller the place, the better the food.
If you are coffee lover and love breakfast, the club option is worth it. I don't recall how many cups of coffee I had there since they were so good. The downstairs lounge for breakfast was excellent including fresh fruits... More
If you are coffee lover and love breakfast, the club option is worth it. I don't recall how many cups of coffee I had there since they were so good. The downstairs lounge for breakfast was excellent including fresh fruits (avoid upstairs-not much choices there). Also nicer hotel room means more comfort after long day of site seeing - pay the extra.
Make sure to have coins for bus fare if you want to save money on taxi or buy bus pass at the airport if you are staying for few days. Also, the express-train from airport was worth the money since the fare includes free bus service to and from hotel.
Food could be cheap if you look around. We ate at pricy restaurants to very cheap local eateries. Some of tours we signed up were very reasonable as well and saw a lot more than if we did it on our own.
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I have stayed at several hotels in Hong Kong and I don't think any of them had windows that could be opened. Hong Kong has very high humidity so hotels blast the AC in the rooms, especially during the summers. We usually... More
I have stayed at several hotels in Hong Kong and I don't think any of them had windows that could be opened. Hong Kong has very high humidity so hotels blast the AC in the rooms, especially during the summers. We usually adjusted our thermostat in the room so that it wouldn't be so cold or turned off the AC for a bit.I do remember one of the hotels asking clientele to leave the AC on so that the steam from the bathroom could evaporate.