Hotel Benito

No.7-7B Cameron Road, Tsimshatsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, Hong Kong Region, China
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93%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
21%
49
Very Good
54%
123
Average
18%
42
Poor
3%
7
Terrible
2%
6

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Good For Families
  • Families87
  • Couples78
  • Solo75
  • Business54

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Forum Posts

Hotel Benito

by audspice

Could anyone give me a feedback regarding security, cleanliness and service?

Re: Hotel Benito

by andybecketh

Hong Kong is a world class city there services and cleanliness is very standard but when it comes to security every one must be aware and alert, there is no place in this world that is safe.

http://timesharerelief360.com/blog/

Re: Hotel Benito

by audspice

Thanks. However, I was referring particularly to Hotel Benito. I just want to know if it's worth trying. :-)

Re: Hotel Benito

by Almonds

I have travelled around Hong Kong on my own day and night and never felt worried at all - not like I did when I was with friends in the middle of the day in Egypt. I have always found the people of Hong Kong to be very friendly, polite and helpful any where at any time.

Travel Tips for Hong Kong

Free Internet connection

by ZenLady34

If you keep your eyes open at MTR stations you might see these kind of stands. So, what are they then?

They are free Internet connection stands. You may surf on Internet 15 mins at time. The time is shown on top left on the screen so that people in queue behind you will see if its worth waiting for a turn or not.

It was so handy to check emails while going / coming to MTR.

Just keep your eyes open!

Hong Kong Tip

by smoox

Flying in on Hongkong was an adventure in itself. The terrain is rather rugged, and the old airport used to be right in the middle of Kowloon, so when the plane came down the wings seemed to touch the houses to the left and right. On board, you could hear all those little cries (Ow! No! Eek! Oooops! Help!), but of course the pilots were experienced. A friend told me that approaching old Hongkong airport was for experts only.

'Fragrant Harbour' Hong Kong's...

by aukjejetty

'Fragrant Harbour' Hong Kong's English name is derived from two Chinese characters, Heung and Gong, usually translated as 'Fragrant Harbour,' though the actual origins of the name are obscure.
Originally it was only the name of a small settlement near Aberdeen, the main fishing and entrepot port on pre-colonial Hong Kong Island. Some historians suggest that Hong Kong's Chinese name was inspired by its export of fragrant incense. Kowloon: 'Nine Dragons' ( click for postcard )
The explanation for Kowloon's name is even more romantic. In Chinese, the peninsula's name is Gow Lung, meaning 'Nine Dragons'. The name is thought to have been coined by Emperor Ping, one of two boy- emperors of the doomed Sung Dynasty whose court fled to Hong Kong eight centuries ago. He is said to have counted eight mountains in the area, and decided to name it 'Eight Dragons' (in accordance with the belief that every mountain is inhabited by a dragon).
The Emperor's tally of the peaks was corrected by a quick-witted courtier who pointed out that as emperors were also believed to be dragons, the place should be named 'Nine Dragons' - Ping being the ninth. The origin of Kowloon's name may be a legend, but it is a historical fact that the boy-emperor's travelling palace stayed there. One ancient carved-rock inscription recording the imperial visit stands in a small park on the very edge of Hong Kong International Airport.

Big Buddha.

by Guantanamera

Here is a photo of myself at the bottom of the staircase that leads up to Big Buddha... The climb to the top may look daunting, but it is really not very difficult... Keep in mind that access to Big Buddha is from 06:00 to 17:30... Admission is free...

Current affairs

by gloopgloop

If you want to keep up to date with events etc, then a buy the english language newpaper called South China Morning Post.

The price of the paper is HK$7 each from Monday to Saturday, and HK$8 for the Sunday Morning Post.

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 Hotel Benito

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Benito Hotel Hong Kong

Address: No.7-7B Cameron Road, Tsimshatsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, Hong Kong Region, China