Bridal Tea House Hotel (Hung Hom - Winslow Street)
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBridal Tea House Hotel (Hung Hom - Winslow Street) Hong Kong
Direkt im Zentrum Hongkongs und mit sehr guter Anbindung (U-Bahn-Ausgang direkt vor der Tuer) steht der kleine Turm des Hotels. Zwar war unser Zimmer winzig (Bett, schmaler Gang daneben), aber das Bad fuer die Verhaeltnisse regelrecht geraeumig. Zusaetzlich konnte man einen durch eine Schiebetuer abgetrennten Ablagebereich mit Tisch nutzen. Sehr harmonisches Design und gemuetlich.
Kann ich jedem Budgetreisenden nur empfehlen, allerdings nichts fuer Leute, die sich schnell eingeengt fuehlen.
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