The Largos Hotel

, Hong Kong, China
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The Largos Hotel

, Hong Kong

Rooms: 100

30 Nanking Street - Hong Kong - China | 852 2783 8233
341 Traveller

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8/10
Fine hotel. Great location
Submitted by: Serge in 04/02/09
  • Age Group: 41 - 50
  • From: Belgium
  • Traveller type: Family Traveller
I visited Kowloon in July 2007 and stayed at the Mayfair for 2 nights. While the staff could have been friendlier (they were not bad just a bit "cold") the room was fine, a triple with good bedding and great bathroom. True, the tv channels are useless to non-Chinese but on holiday who wants to spend time in front of tv when ther's so much to do in town? Hotel facilities are fine. Rooms are cleaned up faultlessly.
Breakfast was too limited. There's a super indonesian restaurant on the same street and many other possibilities. A hotel my family and I will return to. Definitely.
7/10
Just right!
Submitted by: Pao in 09/07/07
  • Age Group: 26 - 30
  • From: Philippines
  • Traveller type: Budget Traveller
My mom and I stayed there for 2 days. Customer service is OK. Clean up is fast and good. If ever I'll visit Hong Kong again I'll stay there. Good on budget.
2/10
The website is deceiving
Submitted by: HJ in 05/11/05
  • Age Group: 18 - 25
  • From: Singapore
  • Traveller type: Young Couple
This is the worst hotel I ever stayed in. From the website, it looks ok. But after stepping into the hotel, I really got a shock. Outside the hotel, it stated, Undergoing major renovation. The street is full of those "villas". Quite turn off i must say. Convenience is important but having a pleasant stay is even more important. Sighh. Would rather pay more than to stay there. Stained carpet, Full of algae door handle, Mouldy smell, Torn towels. U name it u have it. Really mad at the tour agency for introducing such a gd hotel. They must have gotten a fat commission from the hotel. Arghhh... Lots of Singaporeans stayed there. Thanks to our considerate tour agencies.
3/10
Below expectations
Submitted by: Constance in 22/09/05
  • Age Group: 18 - 25
  • From: Singapore
  • Traveller type: Young & Single
I was told by the agent that the hotel has finished renovations. However when i reached the hotel, there were still some scaffoldings at the hotel entrance. The room was small, it was said to be the norm for hk hotels... once i stepped in, i was quite surprised by its size. the size was 2/3 of normal hotel rooms. The bathroom door was not in good condition. it was a sliding door but damaged at the bottom, hence it was termed 'flying door' by my travel mate. there was no lock for this bathroom door. my hongkong friend was surprised with the door. I assume the bathroom shower glass panels were new. they were ok. Toilet roll was almost out of supply during check in, which my mate has to specially request for a new one. Bed was comfortable, but the aircon was too cold. even tho there was a temperature adjustment knob, we could only switch it off at times for some warmth. Tv programmes were limited to hk and china channels. Location is good for its proximity to jordan station.

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Beware! always log your calls, as much as possible don't use hotel phone use your cell phone instead. if with companion, ask someone to stay behind your room while you refund your deposit before checking out. Also, when shopping for electronic items, always check 1st if it is with english interface, you might get the chinese version.

Beware! always log your calls, as much as possible don't use hotel phone use your cell phone instead. if with companion, ask someone to stay behind your room while you refund your deposit before checking out. Also, when shopping for electronic items, always check 1st if it is with english interface, you might get the chinese version.

A great bus ride with stunning scenery to an un-touristy spot Having been to Hong Kong many times, this time we found a great bus ride with stunning scenery. We took the MTR to a station on Hong Kong Island from where we caught a bus to Shek O, a beach on a headland east of Stanley. The bus ride scenery was worth the half hour trip alone! After leaving the city, the double-decker bus climbed higher and higher up where we drove between mountains overlooking the coastline. The vegetation beside us was thick, jungle-like with the ocean, small coves and bays way down below. When we arrived at Shek O, this small village is just like old China with Thai and Chinese cafes and restaurants lining the main and back streets, some even in homes. Taking the road to the left from the village up a steep hill, we arrived on a hilltop with a spectacular view of the ocean and beach below. A picnic area and walking paths around a small point with a beach were down some steps. This is an undiscovered gem in Hong Kong, still unspoilt and one only locals know.

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  • largos hotel hong kong
  • Address: 30 Nanking Street - Hong Kong - China
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