You couldn't be in a better location. The staff were young but very courteous and sorted out any issues. The only downside was the lack of decent ventilation. The windows didn't open which left the room smelling a bit damp.
Mini Hotel Central is located in a perfect location. But it has it's drawbacks. I booked my room online and was told that my room would be ready for 2pm. I arrived for check-in at around 6pm, and was told that I needed to wait for 20 min as the room was being cleaned. But after I waited for 10 minutes, and spoke to the check-in person that I should have had my room at 2pm, she kindly got me another room.
I got room 713, and it was exactly how I expected - on the small side. What I was not expecting was the weird air quality. When I arrived the thermostat for the air conditioning was set at 15 degrees C, which is on the cold side for me. I turned off the air con, and immediately the giant mirrors on the side of my room fogged up with condensation. I couldn't open the windows because they are sealed shut. I'm not familiar with air quality principles, and had no idea what to do. So I just ignored it and took a shower. The shower then fogged up the glass partitions between the room and the bathroom. I also noticed that everything in my room was damp for the entire two days/nights that I spent there. My clothes were always damp, towels never dried, any small puddles that fell on the floor took hours to dry up, and it generally just had a strange air quality. When I got home, my engineer-boyfriend told me that the dampness and condensation could be because of the humidity in Hong Kong. Maybe the rooms need a dehumidifier?
"Well located for transport,shopping,entertainment"
Friendly helpful staff, good ambience, great central city location. Ideal for shopping, sight seeing and night life. Nice pool with pool bar and fish restaurant.
The executive lounge is worth while with drinks and food available all day up to mid night.
We had stayed in Tsim Sha Shui on every previous visit to Hong Kong, so decided that we should stay across the harbor this time. Hotel LKF did not disappoint, and was right in the middle of the action for a good Saturday night in Hong Kong.
Check-in was a breeze, despite a late arrival from the airport. The room was surprisingly large, certainly in comparison to previous Hong Kong hotel experiences (and at more expensive hotels), and was quiet despite the noise of the people and traffic on the streets below. Bed was comfortable, but I suppose most beds will be after a night out in Hong Kong.
Check-out was easy the next day, with taxis easily available. The staff were quite helpful in communicating our next destination to the taxi driver, which was certainly appreciated.
I definitely recommend this hotel; my only regret is staying there just the one night.
Considered the central business district, Central is home to the corporate headquarters of multinational financial services, consulates-general, and Hong Kong government and administrative offices. The area is also a major transport hub for buses, trains, trams, and ferries. Head to Hollywood Road for antiques and trinkets, and Soho for bars, restaurants, nightclubs, and galleries.