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2015
Very good 7.2
Based on 3550 reviews

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Very good



based on 3550 reviews
  • Hotel Condition/Cleanliness 7.5
  • Facilities 6.7
  • Location 8.4
  • Room Comfort/Standard 7.0
  • Service 6.9
  • Value for Money 6.9
  • Food/Dining 6.3

chan T.
Hong Kong
February 16, 2016
Location
Location
Good

Suet C.
Singapore
February 13, 2016
They charge for leaving luggage overnight
The free usage of the "orange" smartphone with free wifi
Storage of luggage overnight is chargeble per piece per night. Not recommended for travellers going to Macau/Shen Zhen/Zhu Hai.

Suet C.
Singapore
February 13, 2016
Small room
The free usage of the "orange" smartphone with free wifi
The room is small and have to pay cash deposit upfront.

arunee A.
Thailand
February 06, 2016
Value for money
We will stay at m1 ifvwe go to hk.

Rainie W.
Malaysia
February 05, 2016
Good location
Its near mtr restaurant and the street

WEILIANG M.
Singapore
February 04, 2016
M1 Hotel
Good location!

Kenneth R.
Philippines
February 02, 2016
Good location
But rooms are way too small.

Annaliza O.
Singapore
February 02, 2016
Neutral
Location is convenient but quiet at night so will have to be careful if back to hotel late. Room is very small, bedsheets have black stain so it seems not clean, bath and face towel have a funny smell. One of the plus point is they provide mobile phone for guest to bring out.

Pebbles T.
Singapore
February 02, 2016
Cosy but small
It's really a very small room, when the King size bed is there, the walking space is sooooo narrow, but overall its okay for 2 pax, staffs are friendly and helpful.

LIM C.
Singapore
January 26, 2016
two coffin shops located near the hotel
5 mins walk from Yau Ma Tei MTR, just located behind the exit C good location but room is very small A handy phone is given for you to bring it out to access to Internet and do local/international calls for free. amous night markets, shopping centers and hidden eateries