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Very good

based on 4882 reviews
  • Hotel Condition/Cleanliness 7.6
  • Facilities 6.8
  • Location 8.4
  • Room Comfort/Standard 7.1
  • Service 7.1
  • Value for Money 7.4
  • Food/Dining 6.3

Vanessa H.
December 23, 2012
Small room for a high price..
5-7mins walk to MTR
Small rooms but quite near to MTR yau ma tei station, Inhouse movie kept repeating for 5days. Free Wifi said to be in room.. But 4 of us couldn't get log onto.. only at Lobby its connection also so faint... Room is small & cozy but only can fit one Luggage. No place to put shopping bags..Lol.. Will maybe stay there again if rate is cheaper. :)

Low K.
December 23, 2012
Nicely renovated interior hotel
Clean interior
Stay was nice. This was the second time staying in Silka Seaview Hotel.

shuo C.
December 23, 2012
Nice and clean
the best value you can find in HongKong
The best thing of this hotel is in the Town center and very clean, nice service Hotel. For the price. I guess that is the best you can get for your money. This is third time I stay in that hotel, for sure I will stay there again for my next trip.

Janice T.
December 19, 2012
Small and clean rooms
rooms were clean and bathroom well stocked, walking distance to MTR station
Front desk was not particularly friendly, they seldom smiled. Rooms were generally ok, for the price we paid, couldnt expect much. Shower area was quite small, just standing room and with the space to turn around in. Wifi was not good! Couldn't get the signal consistently and connection was slow.

Jae L.
December 19, 2012
Small Rooms but Great Location
Best Location
3 Min to Railway Station, 2 Min walk to the airport Transfer Bus, 1 Min walk to one of the famous Night Market. Great Location Ever I had Experience.

Sheila L.
December 19, 2012
Great location but small rooms
very near everything!!!
The room even though it is small it is neat, tidy and clean. It was cleaned everyday. The hotel is within walking distance to everything ( night market, mtr stations, etc. ). The vicinity is peaceful.

Mohd H.
December 19, 2012
small room with a poor attitude front desk service
near to mtr n other convenience necessity
Tv channel only in chinese language. Poor customer service. Room is clean and small.

December 18, 2012
Good location
good location, near MRT
good location, night market temple street is 5 minute walk. And near to Yau Ma Dei MRT station. Mong Kok is to the north and Jordon Street in to the south. Room size is good for Hong Kong. Recommend for stay.

Chung L.
December 18, 2012
Small room but neat and clean
comfortable room
nice hotel with small rooms but neatly designed layout. a good location which very near to Yaumatei MTR station. just beside Temple Street night market for good food and bargain hunting. one complaint about this hotel is Internet services in the hotel rooms. their Wifi signal was so weak/slow that can't even receive our emails. you have to goto their lobby to get good Wifi signals if you really want to get connected.

Hock L.
December 16, 2012
Great location, clean and safe
Great location, near to low to mid class shopping. Eateries all round. Near to Temple Street, Ladies Market, Mong kok shopping belts. Rooms are clean but very small, Toilet is narrow. If you are size 40 waist, difficult to turn in shower.
Right behind is street with rice pot. One particular stall has very long queue. Generally, no big deal, Claypot chicken rice is Malaysia and Singapore is way better in flavour, taste and character. Do not go to the first stall from hotel side. No good. More for tourist. The locals who eat there do not have class. On another night, we ate at one with steam fish at HK$138. Good. Also,the normal Hong Kong style steam pork ribs, chicken, sausage pot rice are way better. These are available in dim sum stalls all over hong kong. But, explore around. Morning porridge is good, We found a dim sum place along a street market towards Mong Kok. Good.Generally, across the road towards the Tian Hou temple, pass the Public Library on the left and head diagonal to the right.