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        CL  sa po road  30-38, Kowloon, Hong kong, hong kong – chinaCLsa po road, 30-38, hong kong, hong kong – china
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      Regal Oriental
      Score4.4/5of 3 
      • Room
        4.0 / 5
      • Facilities
        4.3 / 5
      • Cleanliness
        4.3 / 5
      • Quality of the food
        4.5 / 5
      • Staff professionalism
        5.0 / 5
      • Price-quality ratio
        4.3 / 5
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      • Regal Oriental4.2/5


        AnonymousPublished  2012-11-16

        Positive review

        Getting there from the airport was a challenge since we encountered taxi drivers who did not speak English, but once we arrived it was wonderful. The staff were amazing.

      • Regal Oriental4.9/5


        GlobetrotterPublished  2010-02-14

        General review

        An absolutely fascinating market is just a short walk away: live chickens, fish, and all sorts of green stuff. The locals all seemed to speak English and were helpful and welcoming. We did not eat in the hotel as their prices were for tourists but we could breakfast for about a pound Sterling by visiting the local 7/11 and bakers.

        Positive review

        The hotel is four star standard, cheap at £120 for three nights, and in an interesting part of Hong Kong, Kowloon City, which is not on the normal tourist belt, so you see what the locals see. Once you have sussed the excellent Hong Kong transportation system, the Octopus card, then there are frequent buses: 5c,1a,9 to Star ferry and hence to Hong Kong island. Otherwise a taxi costs about six pounds sterling, which is still not excessive.

        Negative review

        Those seeking instant access to the normal delights of Hong Kong may find the three quarters of an hour journey to Star Ferry or Nathan Road a bit excessive. But for those who enjoy being in a more real China than the glossy image, it is fine. Views from our room were over a beaten up tenement not towards the old Kaitak airfield and the distant view of Hong Kong Island. Internet access costs a small fortune: $5HK a minute and they charge $190HK if you exceed 30 minutes!

        Information on the suburbs

        There are many good and cheap restaurants purveying a wide variety of ethnic food, not just Cantonese, Peking and Sechuan, but Korean, Japanese and even Italian. There is a modern gallery of shops on four or five floors with all sorts of interesting places to shop and eat. In the basement is a cybernet joint where an hour costs $7HK. Do your emailing and surfing there. Kowloon Walled City Park is an award winning creation just a five minute walk away.