Golden Island Guesthouse
AddressFLAT 1, 7/F ALHAMBRA BUILDING, 383-385 NATHAN ROAD, YAUMATEI, KOWLOON Hong KongSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
Golden Island Guesthouse (GIG) is newly decorated in 2008 and located in Nathan Road where is the heart of commercial and entertainment district in Kowloon. We're nearby Jordan MTR Station and Yaumatei MTR Station, and can be easily accessed by most of major public transportation from/to anywhere in Hong Kong . We provide clean and comfortable accommodation to budget travelers at most affordable price. All the rooms are equipped with private bathroom, television, telephone and FREE WIFI internet access.
BEDS SETTINGS IN ROOM
Single Bedroom - 1 single bed
Double Bedroom - 1 double bed
Twin Bedroom - 2 single beds
Triple bedroom - 3 single bed; or 1 double bed + 1 single bed
4 paxes Family bedroom - 1 double + 2 single beds; or 2 double beds
ROOM AMENITIES HIGHLIGHTS
- Private Bathroom
- TV and telephone (free local call)
- Free Wifi Internet access
- Hostel amenities such as sleepers, toothbrush, shampoo, clean towels and bed linens.
- Computer, Fridge, a microwave oven and drinking water machine.
VALUE ADDED SERVICE
- FREE WIFI internet access in room!!
- FREE local phone in room
- FREE towers and linen
- FREE cold/hot drinking water
- FREE Luggage storage
- Local Day Tour
- IDD Phone Card
- Car Rental
- China VISA application (1-2 working days, price from HKD300 or up per passport)
- Ocean Park Ticket and Disneyland Ticket
Golden Island Guesthouse is a licensed Guest House (General) under Office of The Licensing Authority in Hong Kong. is a licensed Guest House (General) under Office of The Licensing Authority in Hong Kong.
Services & facilities
- Linen Included
- Swimming Pool
- Tours/Travel Desk
- Luggage Storage
- Free Internet Access
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