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Flat 12A, 5/F, Alhambra Building, 385 Nathan Road, Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon, Hong Kong, Hong Kong – Show map
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All children are welcome.
One child under 3 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
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|You Hotel is located in Hong Kong. Free WiFi access is available. Each room here will provide you with air conditioning. There is also an electric kettle.||
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I prefer that is good location to go and walk along just nearby , even food and famous places quite around the area.
I only don't like the bathroom, too tiny to turn and move around.
The WiFi is fast and can easily be connected to. Overall, the room itself is clean. They come in everyday to take out the garbage and fix the beds. There's a TV and a DVD player. There's a water heater, which is much appreciated during the cold months. The shower head got jettisoned off the hose that connects it to the heating unit while my friend was showering but after reporting it to the staff, we came back to a newly fixed shower head. It's around three city blocks away from the Yau Ma Tei MTR station. Starbucks is just a block away on the other side of Nathan Road. There are money changers everywhere. You'll be able to pass by Aji Ichiban when you go to or from the Yau Ma Tei MTR Station exit. Good place to buy gifts/souvenirs (food stuff, of course--chocolates, candies, beef/pork jerky). Watsons (a pharmacy) is just outside the building entrance. There's 7/11 near Aji Ichiban says well. If you turn around after exiting the Yau Ma Tei Station, there's a popular restaurant that sells Oysters cakes and pot rice on the following street. It's called Four Seasons Pot Rice, if I'm not mistaken. Lines are long and there's English in their menu. Buy your drinks outside and bring it in with you. So exit the station, turn around, walk down a few meters until you reach the street, and turn left (short walk). The CityFlyer Bus A21's stop is in near the Yau Ma Tei Station, which means that you won't have to walk far to ride it (and get to the airport)--it's more convenient and cheaper than taking the MTR-Airport Express route. The bus is only 33HKD. If you're taking Bus A21 going to the guesthouse, it is possible too... When I bought coffee from Starbucks and was waiting to cross the street, I saw Bus A21 pass by (I'm not sure where the bus stop is on the other side though). We took the Airport Express-MTR route going into the city/to the guesthouse.
This is the second time I went to HK for a vacation but this is the first time I booked a guesthouse. I didn't really expect the building to look that way but it's HK and I guess it's typical for guest houses to be in buildings. The main office is on the fifth floor of The building and it was basically a very messy apartment. I guess you can call it a home office but it can throw you off when you see it the first time. The rooms are on the ninth floor and it really is one big room partitioned to crest smaller rooms. I believe there were five or six rooms there. I booked a twin room with an en suite/private bathroom for myself and my friend. They asked me if I wanted one bed or two--obviously I asked for two. The bed was around three feet wide and it wasn't that long either. I'm 5'5.5" but I was able to lay on it quite nicely. I guess flying to and traveling all over HK makes you appreciate everything and anything about the room. The beds were quite thin but will cushion your just enough so you won't have a back ache the next morning. Barely any space for luggage. Don't bring big luggage if you're planning to stay here. Bathroom is small, of course. I was practically showering over the toilet, which is quite common in small apartments/rooms in HK, according to a friend who lives there. There's a remote control for the air conditioner but for some weird reason, the display on it is not matching what's happening on the actual unit's display. I keep turning the thermostat to 17 degrees so the room will cool down but the air conditioner's display still says 24 degrees. There's only one electricity outlet to plug into. Good thing I always bring an extension cord and an adapter whenever I go on trips. We were able to charge more gadgets this way compared to just relying on that one outlet in the room. Two outlets if you would consider the one the TV uses.
good price for HK ; clean ; fridge and microwave provided ; easy to find ; well located in typical area ; nice staff
Location is excellent.
Lift service is bad. Bathroom facility is no good.
good for a night or two
This was the second guesthouse I stayed in within 7 days. This guesthouse was definitely clean, the room was cleaned daily. The staff including the owners were all friendly and courteous. Location was very good, close to 2 MTR stations which are only 10-12mins from Central Station. The place was quiet and the bed comfortable.
Unfortunately whilst the water was hot it didn't last very long. Having lived in HK for many years and just returning this time for a leisure trip, I can tell you it's the it's the luck of the draw with these types of electric water heaters. Otherwise no complaints.
20 mins walk down to the ferry terminal On main bus routes 10 mins walk to subways Easy to find
Room was small, but that is normal for Hong Kong Bed was ok if you are less than 183cm (6 foot) long
Close to Yau Ma Tei station, CBD Very quiet room, good value Fresh bath towels daily Food was safe in communal fridge Close to Temple St market, Ladies Market, Sneaker Street Gave our family understanding of how many HK people live Friendly operator speaks English Thankful for our toilet in CBD!
Did not use provided plastic sandals in bathroom. If that building caught alight we'd have no chance. But that probably applies to most buildings in HK! Dirty passages in building but ATH itself is clean.
Location was good AC
Stained sheets Poor shower Dilapidated building Super small bathroom/shower Overused towels Poor English speaking staff
- Great location - Fast WiFi connection - Room is cleaned everyday
- Towels are too small - Some towels are already yellow and has stains
Strong WiFi in room. Comfort bed. You must take bus A21 and get down from Nathan Hotel station. Alhambra building is oppositi it which in orange color.
Lift is too small
Excellent location, clean room, good Wi-Fi service, great price for Hong Kong. Even though we arrived at 1:30am, the proprietor was there to meet us at the front door.
Room is the size of an average prison cell, but that's OK if you're there to see the city, not the hotel. There is no place to unpack any of your things, so you must live out of your suitcase. Be prepared to shower quickly -- the hot water tank lasts for only a minute.
Very good place to explore the city. Host very nice and helpful. It is worth!
Location was nice for Temple Street and Jade markets as well as street food. Othewise, it's a seedy area of town.
This is not really a hotel. It's on the 9th floor of an apartment building where lots of people live. When you get off the elevator, you go through a fire door and there is a hallway with several rooms. It seems that people are living in some of the rooms. It is loud and noisy and not peaceful at all. The room is tiny, the bed hard, and the shower lacking.
If you're looking for a place to spend the night near the MTR (Jordan) and shopping spots, eg Mong Kok, Temple Street, then Asia Travel House is fine. Good wifi too. We were only after a place to sleep so this worked for us. They provide body wash and shampoo. Their TV doesn't have cable, but we didn't really use it much. Bring your own utensils and buy bottled water downstairs. They have a common hair dryer that you can bring to your room if you need it.
We were placed in a double room, not the quadruple room we booked on our first night. We were too tired to argue. They moved us to a bigger room the following day. The elevator is a bit worrying. They forget to replace towels sometimes, and it's a chore going to the 5th floor every time.
Location is great. Near the mtr (between yau mei tei and Jordan), several nightmarkets and lots of food in the neighborhood. To reach the hotel from the airport you could take the k1 airport express bus from kowloon station. It will be the 6th stop, Eaton hotel. No junkies or copy watch sellers in the neighborhood (like for example the chungking mansions). No waiting lines at the elevators and wifi was very fast!
The size of the room is pretty damn small. I'm 1,90m tall and couldn't fit normally in the bed. Also the width of the bed was very small, really cosy with two :P. We didn't bother that much as it was only 3 nights. The shower is also not so great as you run out of warm water very quickly. Ps we didn't have any daylight in the room!
The host didn't hesitate to help us with our flight. We got a free upgrade to a 3 bed room. The Alhambra building is a safe place to stay.
Be aware that the 2 bed room is really tiny - so for a short stay it is ok, but not for a longer one.
great location (on the main street, close to MTR), small but clean rooms
Air conditioned, clean, not expensive, good location
No windows, extremely small, no air, not the best environment (inside the building).
Not exactly satisfy anything at all. Maybe location is one thing we felt ok.
fare is too high during our visit, our room is tiny. if u wont stay in the room too long and can't find other cheaper place to stay, maybe it's ur choice.
It's near to my intended place to go.
Its small but its Hong kong so thats to be expected. Clean, tidy and basic great for 1 person travelling by themselves.
Location is good. It placed between Jordan and Yau Ma Teu station, so easy to choose which way to start the trip. Hotel staff is very nice, though we just met as the first day we came and the day we back. She emailed remind me to come back to check out. Hotel is good to recommend to other.
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