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This place is about as high-tech as The Flintstones! Very disappointing and certainly NOT what the website or brochure (which they are cheeky enough to have on the front desk) promises.
The fingerprint door entry looks to have given up working long ago and the...More
If this had been the main feature of our holiday Id be very disappointed. Pricewise it was reasonable but I was glad we didnt have to pay the hotels advertised price. In short, most of the things that made this hotel sound great, were either...More
We're in the middle of a typhoon so we had to stay an extra day because all flights were cancelled. Mingle Place jacked up our hotel rate. They doubled it. It's bad enough that we are trapped during the storm. We begged the concierge Karen...More
1 Thank jimboson
Response from schungx, Owner at Acesite Knutsford HotelResponded 29 August 2008
It is truely terrible what you encountered. We appologize.
As you might guess, room rates are set based on market conditions, and obviously during the night with Typhoon Nuri a lot of visitors were stuck in Hong Kong, jacking up room rates.
My partner and I were very curious about the "worlds first techotel" and expected to be blown away. The hotel was hard to find and situated in a back alley which we thought was unusual and upon asking for directions we found out that it...More
i was very excited about this hotel after reading about the high tech rooms. (finger print entry, surround sound systems, some rooms having lcd screen in the shower). I was expecting a small room when I walked in I was shocked at how small it...More
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