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Bridal Tea House Hotel Tai Kok Tsui Anchor Street

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Big cochroach dead my room. Very horrendous ! House keeping won't let you sleep.

Smaller hotel than others, but very professional staff and clean rooms. Know others who stayed in Hong Kong that went on a cruise paid over $100 for a similar hotel. If you are taking a cruise, this is not the hotel near the new terminal.

The hotel is in Mongkok where you have the night market, but HK is no longer a place with good shopping. We constantly lugged our bags up the stairs and only found out there was an elevator, on the last day of our stay. There was really no staff or service, and the room was filthy.

Had a 7 day stay here and it was better than expected after first reading the reviews. This hotel is located between 2 main MTR train stations which is very convenient. Also can get here easliy by train from the airport express and 1 transfer. I got a cheap room, so I'm not complaining about the small size. It was fine for 2 ppl, and I did not need to 'hang out' in the room since I'm here to check out the city. The bathroom was roomy and clean. It also had daily bfast which was the same thing everyday so you can get bored of it, but you want to go out for dim sum anyway in HK. Everything was quick with the staff, chk-in/out took a minute only. The AC was cool and had a nice view from windows. The area is not shady at all, and full of shops nearby. Quick walk to Mong Kok central.

Felt cheated by the misleading keyword "free internet access". Turns out free internet access is only available in the lobby which was about the size of the hotel bathroom and can fit about 3-5 people depending on your size and whether you mind sharing a chair. If you wanted internet access in your room this is not the hotel for you.

Small room with hard mattress. Clean. Convenient to transport and food. Responsive staff. Four- day stay about the max. Good value. I'd stay there again in a pinch, but will look elsewhere for next visit.

The hotel was a good value for the money. I got a flight/hotel package deal through [...], so it worked out to be a really low price. The rooms are small, yes, but they are clean. The bathroom was a pretty nice size. The staff was helpful and friendly. The location is great...just a short walk from the subway station and Langham Place. You can also easily walk to the Temple Street Night Market and the Ladies Market.

Fairly close to the MTR. Clean rooms, just very small. Had issues with the A/C, but quickly realized if we told the front desk, they seemed to adjust the temp for us. All electric goes off when you leave the room. Really cool bathroom. Mini fridge did not cool at all. Could have something to do again with the electric going off when leaving the room. We were not in the room much! Comfortable sleeping though. Did try breakfast one morning. Good for the price. Would stay here again and recommend it. Just be prepared the rooms are like being in a closet!

Stayed here from 12/9-12/12/10. Pictures does speak a thousand words. Only sometimes they can be used differently, for bad marketing purposes. Such is the case for Bridal Tea House Anchor Street. Pics shown online makes it look like the rooms are spacious and clean. However it is not. The room is so small. I'm Asian and I'm small, which shouldn't be a problem in tiny spaces, but the room is ridiculously small that it is hard to move around with two people in it without bumping elbows. We stayed here to visit HK and do some sightseeing. 6 of us, family. Booked 3 rooms. The only good thing about this place is the location. It is about 5-10minutes walk from the nearest MTR (Mong Kuk) Station, which could get you literally anywhere in HK. Other than that, I can't find anything good about this hotel.Service is non existent. People at the front desk are rude. I asked to borrow an adapter for the power outlet, and the guy for no reason got mad and was asking and doubting if I was checked in at their hotel. I exclaimed yes! But he insisted I show him the check in deposit receipt, which I didn't have because they kept it on their file only to be surrendered on check out. So the guy asked if I could instead give him $40 for deposit to borrow the adapter. I gave him $100 and asked for change. He wouldn't give me change saying, he doesn't have change and would keep $100 for deposit instead. What the [*]!!! And everytime we would ask for something, the receptionist gets mad and upset if we ask them. Is this the way a hotel service is supposed to be run? Or are these people just plain stupid and don't know anything about doing their job right. Also, the rooms had hairs on the floor. I'm not OCD, but it looks like it hasn't been cleaned from the time the previous occupants left. There were also holes on the bathroom door.My advice, DO NOT, I repeat DO NOT stay here!!! Look elsewhere.

We have stayed at other Bridal Tea House Hotels and this one was the nicest. The staff was very helpful, room was clean and comfortable and the location was very good.

Considering how expensive Hong Kong hotels can be, this one is good for the price and location. Very small rooms, but I was only there to sleep. TV reception wasn't the best, but I had free internet in my room so that was OK. Short walk to subway for easy commuting around Hong Kong.

I came back to the hotel to rest at night only. It was a good bargain. The room was clean and comfortable.

The room was clean, but waaay too small. There was not enough room for me to even walk between the beds straight, I had to stand sideways. Good for an overnight, though.

This hotel is best used as a place to stay if you don't plan on being in the room much. The room is small but has good air conditioning and everything that you would need to get cleaned up and have a nice night of sleep. Any lower in price range and you will probably be in a hostel with curfews and shared accommodations. Also, this place is about a 10 min walk from the Olympic station (Exit C1) and 30 min train ride from the airport. 30 mins to get to LKF on the Hong Kong side.

We liked the room, even though it was very small. We kind of knew this before we got there, so it was not a surprise. The room was clean and the staff was very nice, especially the young woman at reception. The location of the hotel is a little bit off the beaten path, but that was ok as it was quiet at night and It made for a good nights sleep. It was only a 10 minute walk to Nathan Road (The main drag in Kowloon). Overall, we liked it and would stay there again!!

The bus stop, the small market with fresh fruits and bakery are in the close vicinity of the hotel. The subway train station, larger shopping malls and restaurants are within 10-15 minutes walking distance. If you don't mind walking, the Kowloon shopping district is only 20-30 minutes away. The hotel room is small but clean; the staff are friendly. A small buffet restaurant is inside the hotel; not many varieties of food to choose but the price of HK$22 is reasonable for those who want to have a meal in a hurry. The foods outside may taste better though.

Room options

Deluxe Family Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 3

Adjoining Room - 2 Twin Rooms

Twin 4 | Sleeps 4

Guest reviews for Bridal Tea House Hotel Tai Kok Tsui Anchor Street

Everyone (1) Couples (4) Business (2) Family (4) Friends (2) Other (3)
1

too small , old & unclean the room.

Everyone

Big cochroach dead my room. Very horrendous ! House keeping won't let you sleep.

By , from usa on Jul 30, 2017

5

most affordable hotel in the area

Couples

Smaller hotel than others, but very professional staff and clean rooms. Know others who stayed in Hong Kong that went on a cruise paid over $100 for a similar hotel. If you are taking a cruise, this is not the hotel near the new terminal.

By on Oct 28, 2015

2

hk

BusinessTravelers

The hotel is in Mongkok where you have the night market, but HK is no longer a place with good shopping. We constantly lugged our bags up the stairs and only found out there was an elevator, on the last day of our stay. There was really no staff or service, and the room was filthy.

By on Feb 9, 2015

5

nice lil hotel

GetawayWithFriends

Had a 7 day stay here and it was better than expected after first reading the reviews. This hotel is located between 2 main MTR train stations which is very convenient. Also can get here easliy by train from the airport express and 1 transfer. I got a cheap room, so I'm not complaining about the small size. It was fine for 2 ppl, and I did not need to 'hang out' in the room since I'm here to check out the city. The bathroom was roomy and clean. It also had daily bfast which was the same thing everyday so you can get bored of it, but you want to go out for dim sum anyway in HK. Everything was quick with the staff, chk-in/out took a minute only. The AC was cool and had a nice view from windows. The area is not shady at all, and full of shops nearby. Quick walk to Mong Kok central.

By on Oct 7, 2014

2

no in-room internet

Families

Felt cheated by the misleading keyword "free internet access". Turns out free internet access is only available in the lobby which was about the size of the hotel bathroom and can fit about 3-5 people depending on your size and whether you mind sharing a chair. If you wanted internet access in your room this is not the hotel for you.

By on Feb 24, 2014

2

basic but handy and clean

Couples

Small room with hard mattress. Clean. Convenient to transport and food. Responsive staff. Four- day stay about the max. Good value. I'd stay there again in a pinch, but will look elsewhere for next visit.

By on Nov 11, 2011

4

good value

GetawayWithFriends

The hotel was a good value for the money. I got a flight/hotel package deal through [...], so it worked out to be a really low price. The rooms are small, yes, but they are clean. The bathroom was a pretty nice size. The staff was helpful and friendly. The location is great...just a short walk from the subway station and Langham Place. You can also easily walk to the Temple Street Night Market and the Ladies Market.

By on Apr 22, 2011

4

bridal tea house

Families

Fairly close to the MTR. Clean rooms, just very small. Had issues with the A/C, but quickly realized if we told the front desk, they seemed to adjust the temp for us. All electric goes off when you leave the room. Really cool bathroom. Mini fridge did not cool at all. Could have something to do again with the electric going off when leaving the room. We were not in the room much! Comfortable sleeping though. Did try breakfast one morning. Good for the price. Would stay here again and recommend it. Just be prepared the rooms are like being in a closet!

By on Feb 2, 2011

1

honest to goodness review

Families

Stayed here from 12/9-12/12/10. Pictures does speak a thousand words. Only sometimes they can be used differently, for bad marketing purposes. Such is the case for Bridal Tea House Anchor Street. Pics shown online makes it look like the rooms are spacious and clean. However it is not. The room is so small. I'm Asian and I'm small, which shouldn't be a problem in tiny spaces, but the room is ridiculously small that it is hard to move around with two people in it without bumping elbows. We stayed here to visit HK and do some sightseeing. 6 of us, family. Booked 3 rooms. The only good thing about this place is the location. It is about 5-10minutes walk from the nearest MTR (Mong Kuk) Station, which could get you literally anywhere in HK. Other than that, I can't find anything good about this hotel.Service is non existent. People at the front desk are rude. I asked to borrow an adapter for the power outlet, and the guy for no reason got mad and was asking and doubting if I was checked in at their hotel. I exclaimed yes! But he insisted I show him the check in deposit receipt, which I didn't have because they kept it on their file only to be surrendered on check out. So the guy asked if I could instead give him $40 for deposit to borrow the adapter. I gave him $100 and asked for change. He wouldn't give me change saying, he doesn't have change and would keep $100 for deposit instead. What the [*]!!! And everytime we would ask for something, the receptionist gets mad and upset if we ask them. Is this the way a hotel service is supposed to be run? Or are these people just plain stupid and don't know anything about doing their job right. Also, the rooms had hairs on the floor. I'm not OCD, but it looks like it hasn't been cleaned from the time the previous occupants left. There were also holes on the bathroom door.My advice, DO NOT, I repeat DO NOT stay here!!! Look elsewhere.

By on Dec 19, 2010

4

very nice hotel

Couples

We have stayed at other Bridal Tea House Hotels and this one was the nicest. The staff was very helpful, room was clean and comfortable and the location was very good.

By on Nov 20, 2010