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Dragon Inn

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    Reviewed 20 December 2016 via mobile

    I have ever been to Dragon inn twice and this time is third,stayed for two nights. The room is too narrow but comfortable. It's possible to go in and out without using crowded elevator. l feel that this owner always welcome me. She often said,"I like Japanese". This inn is conveniently located in Tsim Sya Tsui.Looking point of Victoria harbour...

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    Hong Kong, China
    Reviewed 19 December 2016 via mobile

    Went back yesterday. Same impression add last year. Excellent food, seafood, steamed chicken, etc. Little English spoken as usual in Hong Kong, so dig into the possibilities. Don't settle for the short options you get in writing. Table next to us were having crab, lobster, snails, etc. Prices are good value.

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    1Thank Santiago M
    Gothenburg, Sweden
    Reviewed 11 December 2014

    We booked at the Dragon Inn due to the great location however we do regret our choice. The first room was awful with a smell of mould. We changed and had to pay extra. The beds was the hardest ever and we did not sleep well. The entrance to the hotel was not very pleasant. The man in the reception...

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    Thank Ainail
    Reviewed 25 September 2014

    very impolite owner not recommended for any tourists. the room condition just normal you can find cheaper price in this building. the owner is soooooooooooo rude and no manner at all to walk in guest and so bad communication. no service minded. dont never ever step in that hotel. Pity of Hong Kong with this kind of people!

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    2Thank dragon f
    Taipei, Taiwan
    Reviewed 24 April 2014

    When I informed the owner that I would be checking out two nights early, she became enraged and slapped herself in the face several times. Pointing to a wall in her office full of pictures, she asked me why in the world I didn't like her hotel when so many people (including a few half-celebrities) had stayed there and loved...

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    4Thank Bobert_5555
    Beijing, China
    Reviewed 3 January 2014

    A necklace of emotional value was stolen from my room (a one-piece stone carved turtle). Even though they said they would, the management never got back to me on this before I had to leave in the middle of the night for the airport bus (which they knew). Considering the fact that you might 'lose' things here, the room gets...

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    1Thank Christina L
    Hong Kong
    Reviewed 15 November 2012

    This guesthouse is located in the legendary Chungking Mansions (made famous by the 1994 movie Chunking Express) in the heart of Kowloon's Tsim Sha Tsui, close to all the facilities such as the underground, bus stops, star ferry etc. The Mansions hosts a multitude of nationalities (according to recent reports more than 150 different ones!) who run their own businesses...

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    2Thank Xueyan D
    Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar
    Reviewed 22 September 2012

    Even you can effort to stay expensive hotel in Hong Kong,but you wouldn't like to spend money for only night sleeping ,you should choose Dragon Hotel.Because you haven't time looking for TV,swimming,and other service from hotel.Actually, Hong Kong hotels are mostly narrow space and more expensive than other countries.Dragon Hotel is safe,suitable for budget travellers.Owner Ms.Lam and staff also friendly.You...

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    Thank TUN1964
    Manila, Philippines
    Reviewed 26 January 2012

    The room is small and plain but ok since it's clean. Television is not cable, only CNN can be watched. Hot shower is ok, shampoo and shower gel are provided. Outside the hostel office (near elevator), smell is not good. Doors have electronic keys so very safe.

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    2Thank CawieCee
    Manchester, United Kingdom
    Reviewed 2 November 2011

    Taxi dropped us off right outside the main entrance to the building Building is a mixture of hostels, businesses and residential. Walk through and use RIGHT hand lift up to floor 7. Left hand lift is for even numbers and right hand lift is for odd numbers. Warm welcome on reception, easy and no fuss Stayed in a double en-suite...

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    Additional Information about Dragon Inn

    Address: Room B2, Flat B, 3rd Floor Chungking Mansions, 36-44 Nathan Road, Tsimshatsui, Hong Kong, China
    Region: China > Hong Kong
    Price Range: RM147 - RM258 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
    Hotel Class:1 star — Dragon Inn 1*
    Number of rooms: 28
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    “Chungking Mansion's elevator is always full so it is more convenient to use fire exit (just near the elevator) if you're going down. Stair is unclean, smell on fire exit, not good.”
     of 5 bubbles CawieCee, 26 Jan 2012 | Read review
    “Shared bathroom along our corridor always looked clean and tidy”
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     of 5 bubbles LKPAA25, 2 Nov 2011 | Read review
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