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Micro Hotel Reviews

Room 9, 5/F, Alhambra Building, 385 Nathan Road,Yau Ma Tei, Hong Kong, Hong Kong

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127 Total Reviews
  • 51%Value For Money
  • 63%Security
  • 80%Location
  • 49%Staff
  • 43%Atmosphere
  • 63%Cleanliness
  • 51%Facilities

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Overpriced for what it is,. The worth thing was the bathroom/shower combo. The rear of the toilet leaked when flushing it so that the water went all over the bathroom floor so it often smelt like sewerage. Oh plus the toilet door would only half close. It does have a decent location


The micro hotel is in a perfect location for seeing Hong Kong. The room space is tiny as the name suggests, it can be quite stressful to stay in such a small room with more than one other person. The rooms are clean and the hotel provides a cheap laundry service. I recommend the hotel if you are just planning to sleep there and want to pay a cheap price.

  • 14th Feb 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Ireland
  • Female, 18-24
  • (1 review)


Location is good, on Nathan Road, but its quite tucked away and can be a nuisance finding it the first time. The double en-suite room we stayed in was very small but well decorated and clean. The beds are shorter than a normal double and your feet hit the wall but if you're a flexible sleeper than its not a huge problem. The bathroom is ridiculously small though and if you're anything over 5'8 then you have to sit on the toilet sideways to avoid your knees banging the wall. Fine for an odd night

  • 24th Jan 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • England
  • Male, 18-24
  • (1 review)


The hotel was true to its name and was extremely small. As a single male I probably could have coped with the tiny double bed with ensuite, but with my partner the space was just ridiculous. There was no room for maneuvering and getting changed in the mornings was just a nightmare. The 'ensuite' was more like a shower cubicle wetroom, which would have been fine if it was clean, but the whole room stank or rotting eggs and really didnt appear clean at all. I would never recommend this hotel.

  • 22nd Jan 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • allyjarrett
  • England
  • Mixed Group, 25-30
  • (1 review)


Directions is wrong. Nothing common with photos. The room is totally different. No window, bridge is close to building wall, so you can hear the noisy road. Bathroom is impossibly small. There is no any staff, you doing all by yourself. Anyone who lived there before can comeback and use entry codes to access. The hotel have no responsibility, you can pay again to store you luggage. Check out 10:30, every additional hour costs 100HKD. TV set up on the wall that way so you can't watching it.


This room was literally "micro", but for three travelers on a tight budget, it was perfect. There are no staff on site, and they will charge the card you use in your deposit for the full stay so when you check out there is no muss no fuss. For any issues, you can call from a phone in the "lobby." Teeny tiny, but not sketchy like the Chungking Mansions.

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