Casa Hotel Hong Kong

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

No.487-489 Nathan Road, Yau Ma Tei Kowloon, Hong Kong, Hong Kong Region, China
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81%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
5%
9
Very Good
32%
54
Average
44%
74
Poor
12%
21
Terrible
5%
9

Value Score Average Value

Similarly priced and rated as other 3 star hotels

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Good For Couples
  • Families39
  • Couples62
  • Solo50
  • Business44

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Tsui Sing Lau Pagoda - start of the trailTsui Sing Lau Pagoda - start of the trail

Man Mo temple insideMan Mo temple inside

Forum Posts

Casa Hotel

by joeynd

Hi

I'll be visiting Hong Kong in Nov and am checking out some reasonably priced hotel.

Has anyone stayed in Casa Hotel? Mind sharing the review? or are there other hotels within HK600 / night that is clean and near the MTR station?

Thanks a lot!!

3 or 4 star hotel near MRT

by t5776

Hi,

Can any one advise me on the abv ? I mean list of hotels that's within 2-3 mins walking distance away from MRT station in Kowloon ?

TQ.

Re: 3 or 4 star hotel near MRT

by gaolei

Holiday Inn Golden Mile is very close to the MTR, and it is a nice hotel.

Re: 3 or 4 star hotel near MRT

by poetjo

The BP International is on Austin Road about a 5 minute walk to the MTR on Nathan Road.

Re: 3 or 4 star hotel near MRT

by Becky2009

A really budget hotel called Casa Hotel in Mongkok is absolutely close to the MRT

Travel Tips for Hong Kong

Hong Kong Currency

by karen75

There are three banks that issue the Hong Kong dollar. They are: The Bank of China, HSBC, and The Standard Bank. The bills come in the following denominations: $20.00 bills, $50.00 bills, $100.00 bills, $500.00 bills, and $1000.00 bills. There are also coins which come in the following denominations: $10.00, $5.00, $2.00, $1.00, $.50, $.20, $.10. The security features and colour schemes for the Hong Kong dollar bills from all three banks are standard. $1000 - orange, $500 - brown, $100 - red, $50 - green, and $20 - blue. As I type this now (April 2005), $1 Canadian was approximately equal to $6.20 Hong Kong. It is best to exchange your money in Hong Kong then from the Country you are coming from. My CIBC bank card worked great in Hong Kong. If you go to a bank, they will charge you a fee because you will probably most likey not have an account set up with them.

Lan Kwai Fawng: Rub elbows...

by Joy_Division

Lan Kwai Fawng: Rub elbows with Hong Kong's Beautiful people stays open to the wee hours of the morning.......... Visit SoHo (Sourth of Hollywood Road) Great Art Galleries and antique Vendors. Stepping out of my hotel my first night there and feeling the pulse of such a vibrant metropolis.

Go to the night markets and...

by krazy_kiwi69

Go to the night markets and haggle. Haggling is part of the whole experiance but once the stall owner won't go any lower say 'too much' and walk away. 80% of the time they will come down further again. The hustle and bustle while walking around the city can be overwhelming for some but I enjoyed it and the view from 'The Peak' accessable by cable car, I think maybe the steapest in the world was spectacular.(sorry for some reason my picture would not attache to this page)

Electricity

by Kurtdhis

Electricity: 220 V, 50 Hz, which is compatible to equipment in Great Britain. Most hotels have 110 V outlets for shavers. Hong Kong has a variety of plug outlets, most standardized on Great Britain's three-pin square sockets (13 amps); these differ from the outlets used in the United States and Canada--and even mainland China!

Mosque along Nathan Rd.

by yen_2

What's good about walking and walking is to find not's written in the map and anything...You can discover for yourself those ones...And HongKong is safe to walk around during at night so, I saw this one and it's right beside the Kowloon Park and specifically in Nathan Rd. Anybody know this mosque name? Walking and just walking...isn't that tiring?lol

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