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Excellent 8.3
Based on 370 reviews

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About The Salvation Army Booth Lodge

Description

Renovated and reopened in December 2014, The Salvation Army Booth Lodge guarantees guests a pleasant stay whether in Hong Kong for business or pleasure. The hotel lies half a kilometer from the city center and provides accessibility to important town facilities. A haven of rest and relaxation, the hotel will offer total renewal just steps away from the city's numerous attractions such as Tin Hau Temple, Broadway Cinematheque, and Jade Market.

The Salvation Army Booth Lodge also offers many facilities to enrich your stay. To name a few of the hotel's facilities, there is a self-serve coffee bar, Wi-Fi in all rooms, tours, a business center, and a concierge.

You can experience high quality room facilities during your stay here. Some rooms include a shower, desk, ironing facilities, hair dryer, and internet access. The hotel's host of recreational offerings ensures you have plenty to do during your stay. Whatever your reason for visiting Hong Kong, The Salvation Army Booth Lodge is the perfect venue for an exhilarating and exciting break away.
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Features

Internet

  • free Wi-Fi in all rooms
  • Wi-Fi in public areas

Transportation

  • taxi service
  • car hire

Guest services

  • postal service
  • luggage storage
  • tours

On-site facilities

  • facilities for disabled guests
  • elevator
  • shared lounge/TV area

Health and security

  • 24-hour front desk
  • safety deposit boxes
  • lockers

Business & money services

  • photocopying
  • fax machine
  • meeting facilities
  • business center

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Chinese (Cantonese)
  • Chinese (Mandarin)
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Policies

Child and extra bed policy
Infant 0-2 year(s) Stay for free if using existing bedding. Note, if you need a cot there may be an extra charge.
Children 3-11 year(s) Stay for free if using existing bedding.
  • Guests over 11 years old are considered as adults.
  • Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose, please check the individual room policy for more details.
When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
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Useful info

Check-In From: 02:00 PM
Check-Out Until: 12:00 PM
Distance from City Center: 0.5 Km
Non-Smoking Rooms / Floors: Yes
Number of Floors: 4
Number of Rooms : 44
Room Voltage: 220
Time to Airport (Minutes): 45
Year Hotel Last Renovated: 2014
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  • Hotel Condition/Cleanliness 9.0
  • Facilities 7.2
  • Location 9.1
  • Room Comfort/Standard 8.7
  • Service 8.6
  • Value for Money 8.5
  • Food/Dining 5.9

8.4 Yihsiu L.
Taiwan
June 24, 2016
Good location, nice staff..
It's very close to the MTR and the night market.

8 Thanit C.
Thailand
June 19, 2016
good location and large room
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9.6 john C.
Australia
June 18, 2016
Great price, great location
Hong kong is expensive as asian cities go. This is great for the price, recently renovated. Nice staff. Don't get fooled though, when it says the price includes breakfast. You'd be lucky to find any food....suppose it's almost better than nothing.

9.2 Jaymilyn C.
Philippines
June 17, 2016
Great hotel for the price in Hong Kong
The room is big for HK standards for the price. Bathroom is huge for HK standards. It is newly renovated. The bed is comfortable. Housekeeping staff cleans room daily and replenishes free water, changes towels. Staff members are polite and helpful. Most of them speak English well. There's a free breakfast. The spread consists of corn, bread, sausage, ham, juice, coffee, tea. But, you will have have to eat using paper cups (no plates). The location is very good. Everything is accessible. It is very near Exit C of Yau Ma Tei MTR station. There are lots of restaurants, malls, convenience stores, money changers, etc nearby. Stayed here only for a few days before we moved to New Territories. I would love to stay here again next time I visit Hong Kong. Only downside is there's poor sound proofing--you'd hear TV from the adjacent room but this is no biggie. This is definitely one of the best hotels I've stayed in while in Hong Kong. Will choose this over Mirador and Chungking Mansion hostels anytime. Price is a little bit more expensive but this hotel is way better than those in Chungking and Mirador.

8.8 Leng L.
Singapore
June 15, 2016
Good stay
Easily accessible from airport bus A21. Staff very friendly and helpful. Room and toilet is not too small and was comfortable.

9.2 Herman S.
Indonesia
June 07, 2016
overall ok.
Location is near MTR Yau Ma Tei station & near bus stop to airport. Excellent.

8.8 Tung W.
Malaysia
May 29, 2016
overall is good
clean, strategic location.. sure come back fro next visit

6.4 LING W.
Malaysia
May 29, 2016
Friendly staff and big room
Big room and friendly staff. Good location. Aircon too cold.

9.2 HWEE T.
Singapore
May 28, 2016
worth the money
I booked this hotel for my parents and relatives after reading the good comments and I wasn't disappointed. Location was perfect: just come out of exit 'C' of Yau Ma Tei MTR, cross the road straight ahead of you, turn right, walk down that block, turn left to go up a slight hill and tata, you have reached the hotel. The walk is only about 3 minutes and you pass by many eateries and shops yet the hotel is situated in a place that isn't noisy. Temple street is only a stone throw away and many buses stop at the bus stop near the hotel as well. We were early at about 11+ am ahead of check-in time but the hotel arranged rooms for us and we were able to check in early. We had to pay a deposit of 500 per room and given a receipt to claim back the money on the last day. The staff were nice and polite.Lifts were rather small and so you might need to wait but it has a safety feature whereby you need to tap your card in order to access your floor. To my surprise, the 2 rooms I booked were connecting rooms which was a big delight. The rooms were new and nicely furnished: a small fridge, safe, flat screen tv with many channels, a alarm clock/speaker on the table, kettle, coffee and tea bags, and even a nice area with many hangers to hang the clothes. The toilet had the usual toiletries like shower cap, combs, etc, and also hair dryer. There wasn't a bath tub but a standing shower instead but that is good for us. There is a nice aerial shot of HK in each room on the wall, and the beds were comfortable. The air-con was rather simple though: just on/off, and low, med and high level to choose from. At 20m2, the rooms were also much better than the claustrophobic ones I've came across before. Rooms were cleaned daily. Breakfast is a simple affair at the small area near the check-in counter supplying coffee/tea and simple bread. To be honest I think that is a small matter since most people would want to head outside to eat. My dad lost one of the room card as he mis

8 TUNG P.
Singapore
May 28, 2016
Good Stay
Satisfactory hotel considering it's for the Salvation Army. Pillows were too soft for liking, minimum facilities, just for sleeping purposes.


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