3 stars hotel. Near Yau Ma Tei MTR & temple street market.
The room is clean but the bed we stayed is too small for 2 adult + 1 child and there is no extra space to move around.
The hotel provide toilette & room come with a small bathtub. there is a restaurant which serve buffet but we never try.
Directions: few mins walk to Yau Ma Tei MRT ( a few street away), behind is Mido cafe (old tea house) and temple street, in front is the Xu Liu Shan which is famous in serving dessert
Have stayet in this hotel for my 2 different visits to Hong Kong. Well I guess they maintained the place well as my first visit was in 2003 and the 2nd visit is in 2007. So there's not much difference in service & room conditions!
Maybe for westerners, rooms might be too small! Rooms are small, not ideal for people who like to spend time in hotel, as it has small room, amazingly they still manage to fit in a bathtub!
And one more thing, there's no sea view! Name can be deceiving!
Hotel is Clean, good & helpful staffs.
For budget travellers, who dont want hostel type accomodations, this would be a good choice.
Unique Quality: Location is excellent, close by to everything, MRT, shopping, foods, temple, night markets.
Directions: Its just off the main road, There's a park on Nathan Rd, after park, turn left, hotel is on Temple St.
If u don't mind that there is no fridge, no wardrobe, and super small room, and u are having tight budget, then this hotel may be perfect for u. It is 5 min walk to Yau Ma Tei MTR station, and is next to Temple Street.
Rooms are small small small. No cupboards, just a hanger for your clothes.
Unique Quality: Right beside Temple Street (north), a convenient location in YauMaTei. Near Nathan Rd, and walkable distance to Ladies Market. 5mins walk to YauMaTei MTR station.
Dorsette Seaview Hotel - We got quite a small room for two single beds. The room really don't have much space for you to walk around. TV is included but you have to pay whatever show you choose to watch. I reckon this is a budget hotel if you are out the whole day and just need a room to sleep in at night.
Unique Quality: -Breakfast avaliable
-Boiling kettle with complimentary coffee and tea.
* Need to pay deposit according to the length of stay and deposit is refundable.
Directions: *sorry, i left the address in Singapore home.
We stayed there for 2 nights and paid $560HK per night. Great service and location is okay. All the main shopping markets are within 20 minute walk. Harbour is about 25 min walk. The worst thing about the hotel are the rooms, really really small and the double bed was tiny, oh and the tv only had 4 channels. Enjoy...
Directions: Yaumatei Kowloon
this hotel has an excellent location. right in the middle of the jade market. however, the rooms are amazingly tiny. enough space for 2 single beds and 1narrow passageway only. the luggages even have to be kept in the cupboard in order to have some space. but for the price and location, its well worth it.
Directions: exit at yau ma tei mtr and walk about 5 mins. or if u are taking the airport express A21, there's a bus stop along the main nathan road. listen out for the announcement on the bus.
Good value for Hong Kong
small rooms, but breakfast room has view to the harbour
Unique Quality: Near Jade Market and Temple Street Market.
Convenient for train and underground.
One night (Sunday-Monday) costed 475 HKD including breakfast. Very small but clean room.
Unique Quality: It's right next to the Temple Street's Night Market, which is nice. You can buy loads of stuff there and carry them to the hotel easily!
Directions: Yaumatei, Kowloon, Hong Kong
If you are looking for a centralised position for walks through the temple street night markets either northwards to women's street or southwards to tsim sha tsui, this hotel is ideally located.
However, due to the busy night activities in this area, you may encounter various groups of businesses roaming around.
The hotel staff are friendly and food around this area is superb. MTR is just round the corner about 3 minutes walk.
Directions: In the middle of the temple street.
Hi, i'll be going to Hong Kong next tuesday... Will be staying at Dorsett Seaview hotel at Yaumatei, Kowloon... May i know how to get to the hotel from the international airport by bus or MTR? Please direct me
Here isa map of the hotel area and the mtr sation in the section enclosed in red about 5 min walk from the hotel so one option is airport express and then the red mtr line line towards Tsuen Wan at appr. 115 hk p.p. Airport express i superconvient and fast and so is mtr when u get used to how it works (takes about 5 min)
Other option is by bus and buses will stop on Nathan Road (see map)and wil cost much less, sadly im not the one the let you know which route to take but check with Robert (vita500), however experience Hong Kong By bus for the first time is special...
last but not least cab, just check that everythings is included in the stated Fare price as roadtoll (tunnel) not always are...
Anything else checke Roberts page since its awesome and enjoy Hong Kong
The hotel is marked by the number 1 on the map
sorry forgot to add that:)
cityflyer a21 route along nathan rd, best and cheapest way. stop announced by tape recorder on bus. from bus to hotel 50-100 meters, aprox 30 hkdollars. cheaper for round trip purchased at ticket window. on bus you pay exact change. cannot buy the rd trip ticket.
hotel exactly in center of night market, but rooms very small. good value for price.
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