This was my first stay at the BP International. The location was great and the view from my 19th floor room was fabulous. There was even a small refrigerator, a hot water kettle, cups and two different kinds of tea, and a large closet.
The only drawback was the super small bathroom. The shower was big enough for two people, while the space between the sink and the toilet was no more than about 24 inches.
All in all a good value for the money! I would go back again.
Really great location to everything. Rail system fantastic. Take the time to work out and it must be the most efficient system in my opinion. Shopping and dining excellent. People, maybe cultural but I don't buy it!! Unfriendly. Rely on tourists to help you if you need anything. Love Hong Kong and would gladly return. So much to see - sorry my life did not allow me to visit sooner.,
Silka Seaview staff ok but not bending over backwards to help really.(although I can do for myself) Room - thankfully, I was alone as this room was so small one could not swing a cat in it. Pity a couple having to share. Note that I am a switched on 65 year woman travelling solo.
Very good location, A21 airport bus stop at Nathan Rd and just a block from the hotel. Good staffs and clean hotel. The surrounding area is closed to Temple street but it is very safe at night and day.
Traveller from los angeles
Located in the centre of Kowloon, this four-storey hotel is 300 metres from the Temple Street Night Market and 500 metres …More
Great hotel. Close to everything. The room was a great size and everything is shiny new. Service was great. HavIng breakfast included was a bonus and was a great start to the day. Was a great value for the money.
This is not really a hotel but is a service apartment meant for longer term stay than one or two nights. It does not have a hotel feel. Instead, you feel like at home in a mini apartment. It is very clean and modern. In Hong Kong stanard, it is an average size 500 sq. ft. apartment. For American standard, this is micro size. Just depend on how you look at it. Walking up to the second floor with my luggage to reach the elevator is not nice but Tony was very nice helping. The bed is very comfortable. The handy phone is free and is a great idea for those who need a cell phone. All things considered, I would not rate this as a four star hotel because it lacks of the usual hotel lobby but I would rate everything else exelent.
Jordan offers a taste of authentic, working-class life. A multicultural flavor pervades, with many ethnicities calling this district home. Discover an eclectic mix of restaurants, markets, shops, offices, apartments, and hotels. Densely populated, Jordan’s foot and motor traffic is generally busy. Don’t miss Temple Street Night Market and 14-hectare Kowloon Park.