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Hong Kong - YMCA Salisbury or Bishop Lei - Hong Kong Island



 
 
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Old June 6th, 2004, 04:19 PM
Rick
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Default Hong Kong - YMCA Salisbury or Bishop Lei - Hong Kong Island

I have been quoted fairly reasonable rates for a week-long stay at both
hotels. If staying in a suite, on an upper floor, with a full harbour view,
which hotel would be the best? I've read most of the reviews. I have
never stayed at the Bishop Lei, which is reasonably ranked for value. I
went for the suite, since HK hotel rooms are notoriously small and too
confining for a stay of nine days, even if the room is basically used for
sleeping. Both locations have their merits. Thanks in advance.

rg


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Old June 6th, 2004, 05:22 PM
Chris Blunt
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Default Hong Kong - YMCA Salisbury or Bishop Lei - Hong Kong Island

On Sun, 6 Jun 2004 08:19:51 -0700, "Rick"
wrote:

I have been quoted fairly reasonable rates for a week-long stay at both
hotels. If staying in a suite, on an upper floor, with a full harbour view,
which hotel would be the best? I've read most of the reviews. I have
never stayed at the Bishop Lei, which is reasonably ranked for value. I
went for the suite, since HK hotel rooms are notoriously small and too
confining for a stay of nine days, even if the room is basically used for
sleeping. Both locations have their merits. Thanks in advance.


Given the choice, I would definitely stay at the YMCA because of its
better location. The Bishop Lei is a reasonable hotel, but being up in
mid-levels requires that bit of extra time and effort getting to and
from the hotel.

Chris

 




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