YWCA Anne Black Guest House Hong Kong (Hong Kong)

YWCA Anne Black Guest House Hong Kong (Hong Kong)
YWCA Anne Black Guest House Hong Kong

country: Hong Kong, city: Hong Kong (Kowloon: Mong Kok)

YWCA Anne Black Guest House Hong Kong YWCA Anne Black Guest House Hong KongIf you are looking for an ideal holiday destination in Hong Kong, the YWCA Anne Black Guest House is a perfect place for you to reside and explore the surrounding areas.

Situated downhill in an elegant residential area of the Waterloo Hill, YWCA Anne Black Guest House Hong Kong has easy access to all public transportations and is nearby to MTR subway and KCR railway stations. This hotel is adjacent to the entertainment and commercial centre in the heart of Nathan Road Kowloon. YWCA Anne Black Guest House is a short stroll from Yaumatei and Mongkok areas, where you can discover the famous Jade market, Ladies Market and Temple Street Night Market for great bargains on clothing, accessories and street performance.

Guests are offered a choice of 169 spacious and well-appointed rooms that suit your needs and budget for business or leisure visits and extended stays.

Healthy appetites are superbly catered at the onsite restaurant that serves delicious breakfast, lunch and dinner for you to feast on.

Guests travelling on official matters can avail of the services provided by the well-appointed business centre that comes with access to the internet. During leisure, you can explore the city and its surrounding attractions.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Business centre
Internet access
Laundry facilities
Air conditioning
Cable / Satellite TV

Extra Information:

5 Man Fuk Road

International hotels. — Academic. 2010.

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