Bridal Tea House Hotel (Hung Hom) Hong Kong

No. 84-86 Wuhu Street, Hong Kong, China
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great views in upper floors

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by written on December 27, 2009

Not so typical choice of stay for average tourist to HK, it looks! But that will be great, because you will be staying close enough to bustling and expensive Tsim Sha Tsui side of Kowloon, yet in the Hung Hom area which has lot more local Cantonese feel. You will only need to walk a few meters from hotel to find typical local restaurants, hairdressers, tailors, small shops and small businesses and... impressive streets of funeral parlors in the street level (ground floor) of otherwise tall buildings...

There are several Bridal tea houses in Hung Hom, we stayed in the Winslow street. It's typically high, thin building of more than 20 storeys - each storey has few small rooms, all spotlessly clean... and you guessed - all so typically small that you may have problems storing lots of lugagge and keeping it organized. Yet it has reasonable price (we paid something like 450 HKD for a night and bargained discount for longer stay) and some stunning views of trully dense populated area (and here we speak of some of the densest populated areas in the world).
Ask for the breakfast if you like to eat at hotels (we didn't); though it was high season we didn't have problem getting a room without pre-booking. Though there may be more crowded around Valentine's day when youg couples are having night out in hotels (anyways, the name says 'bridal', but it's not necessary only brides and grooms stay here, though).

Unique Quality: 1. views, views and views.
2. all very clean, very quiet
3. not crowded as the TST stays
4. local atmosphere with chinese restaurants and shops in the district
5. a few bus stops away from Nathan road, it will take few minutes to get there by public transport

Directions: Near Hung Hom Train station/MTS station/bus station

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