The shower and toilet was a one-room affair. You would close the plastic accordion-like folding door behind you, and simply turn on the showerhead; the water went out through a drain in the floor. Every day when we came back around dinnertime, fresh (although somewhat thin and small) towels, a small bar of soap, and a disposable toothbrush were waiting on the newly made bed.
The staff (two elderly women) were very kind and courteous, and once let me into the room when I arrived before my boyfriend (who was carrying the key that day). Our room overlooked an alleyway, so you might want to ask for the light-filled rooms overlooking Cameron Road, even if they're slightly noisier. It's a nice, safe place for budget travelers. Also, since we stayed for 8 nights, we were able to get a small discount per night (HK $20 off of HK$300).
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May 8, 2003
Besides being a very small, clean facility, the name of the manager sticks in my mind even today: Charlie Chan. He also runs Lee Garden Guest House.
From journal HKG
February 27, 2004
From journal Thanksgiving Dinner in Hong Kong
San Francisco, California
February 4, 2011
From journal Slow Down (in) Hong Kong