Ratings based on 128 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.8 Room cleanliness
3.3 Service & staff
2.9 Room comfort
3.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified traveler
Small roomPosted Aug 8, 2014
The room is really small. Totally different from the pictures shown at the website.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Singapore
Economical hotel at popular locationPosted Jul 31, 2014
Pros: The fragrance used in the hotel is very pleasant. Also, one of our rooms had a free upgrade to a slightly larger room.
Cons: For the hotel, nothing much, I guess.
Location: It is in Prince Edwards, along Tong Mi St. A short walk to Mongkok shopping areas or Sum Shui Po shopping areas.
Room size is average by HK standards. Small as compared to China. Otherwise, compact, functional and clean. Good internet connectivity. A little far to MTR and airport bus stop though. Near supermarkets and shops. A little walk to popular shopping areas nearby in Mongkok or Sum Shui Po. Preferably go light with luggage for this hotel if intended to use airport bus or MTR.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Singapore
Small Room and Toilet. But good location.Posted Jul 31, 2014
Pros: Location and price.
Cons: Maybe can have shuttle to airport.
Location: Prince Edward MRT. 15min walk to famouse Mongkok shopping area. Opposite hotel got one restaurant the dim sum not bad and price resonable.
Small Room and Toilet. But good location near to Price Edward MRT and Mongkok shopping area. Consider one of the cheapest hotel around that area. Wifi is good.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from USA
Convenient to metro and good valuePosted Jun 27, 2014
We read several middling reviews (some that seemed like fake bad reviews from competitors), so we were pleasantly surprised when we arrived. Our room was tight quarters, but there was plenty of room to move about, for our backpacks, etc. This isn't a luxury hotel, but our room was comfortable and more than serviceable.
for Everyoneby Clay from Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Excellent value. No frills.Posted Jun 22, 2014
The good: One of the cheapest hotels in town. Suprisingly clean. 5 minute walk to MTR. Has all the essentials. Bedroom has just enough room. The bad: Shower is smaller than the average budget RV. Cannot bend over or turn around if you are a 6 foot tall male. Any taller and I wouldn't fit. I would recommend this to someone who wants to be as cheap as possible but does not want to stay in a hostel.
for Everyoneby Andrew from Brisbane
Small room, nice hotelPosted Jun 19, 2014
Easy walk to the MTR. Nice room but small. Very clean and modern. Cleaning staff were great. Good WiFi. Was much better value than the other two hotels I stayed at in Hong Kong. Would definitely stay again.
for Shoppingby wl133456 from Hong Kong
Bad conditionPosted May 20, 2014 on Hotels.com
Superior room with poor condition, small room, extreme small bath room, bad surrounding neighbourhood. not recommend.
for Everyoneby Mick from Rego Park, NY
Reasonable Comfort In Hong KongPosted May 14, 2014
Pros: Nice hotel staff. Its location is in a relatively low traffic area of Prince Edward, vehicles driving by really did not posed any noise issues.
Cons: A better shower stall setup so the water wouldn't splash on the floor; a refrigerator that's chills below 65 degrees; bigger clothes/storage space.
Location: Good local eateries nearby. Or head south from Boundry St on Nathen for the like of McDonald or some others.
If your basic need is to get a good night's rest like I do, then this hotel may just be the right place for you. Its facade and location by far is better than the other Lander on Tai Nan St. However, be cautious of dog waste in the nearby sidewalks. Let's just say they were there on quite a few occasions. In all, it was comfortable enough for the time of my stay. From the airport, take either the E21 bus (HKD $19) to the Prince Edward stop on Nathen Rd, or the A21 (HKD $33) to Metropark Hotel stop on Lai Chi Kok Rd will get you near the hotel. The A21 shorten the walk by about 400 meters - check the map. If you're into street stalls, then there are 4 areas that's worthwhile for a visit: Fa Yuen & Prince Edward West; Temple St & Saigon; Tung Choi & Soy; both side of Cheung Sha Wan Rd around Kweilin St. They're all within reasonable walking range except for Temple St.
for Everyoneby Kenneth
Myt stay at the Orirental Lander HotelPosted May 9, 2014
Cons: Staff manners at the front counter.
Location: Near MTR subway (Prince Edward Sation).
Apart from rude staff at the front counter after check-in, overall stay was good.
Recommendedby Missy Sapphire from Singapore
Reasonable for the pricing, better than expectedPosted May 9, 2014 on Hotels.com
It is very convenient to the prince edward station about 5 minutes walk away. There are many eateries and convenient stores surrounding the hotel, you can never get hungry. Prince edward station is also in the middle of the MTR line, it is very convenient to travel up or down and to transfer trains. Room wifi is very strong. Water from the shower sprinkler is also very strong. Most service staff have poor customer service, only 2 guys have knowledge about quality customer service, 2 guys with jackets, one with specs, one without. I am only very unhappy that they charge the mineral water in the room.