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Prestigious location on the finest street in Kowloon. Jordan MTR station is not even 2 minutes by walk. Thousands of High Street Brands in posh boutiques as well as street markets to find amazing fake stuff. Great choice of restaurants, cafes, food.

Die Unterkunft
Die Unterkunft
Badezimmer: 2
Schlafzimmer: 3
Betten: 4
Check-in: 14:00 - 00:00
Check-out: 11:00
Art des Zimmers: Ganze Unterkunft


Zusätzliche Personen: 10€ / Nacht nach dem ersten Gast
Reinigungsgebühr: 135€
Kaution: 193€
Wochenrabatt: 5%
Stornierung: Streng
Wochenendpreis: 251€ / Nacht


Prestigious location on the finest street in Kowloon. Jordan MTR station is not even 2 minutes by walk. Thousands of High Street Brands in posh boutiques as well as street markets to find amazing fake stuff. Great choice of restaurants, cafes, food.

Tsim Sha Tsui and Jordan are the twin poles of Kowloon's microcosm. Chinese Culture with surprising stores and colourful markets are here as common as shiny Big Brands Super Malls. And here you're as likely to enjoy the sound of a Cantonese singsong or the bright frizzled Mandarin and all kind of languages from Western countries.

If diversity is the request my SuiteDream brand new and modern apartment might be the sharpest apartment yet. A melting pot of the modern West and the traditional Hong Kong style, you'll find leather chairs, a glass dining table, classic beautiful beds with leather headboards and more comfortable mattresses and exclusive bed linen and two newly renovated bathrooms. Have a glass of wine while enjoying a movie on the large TV in the living room.

To say nothing of the incredible variety of markets and all kind of foods you can imagine. If you are up to shopping till you drop - that's the place to be.

Although it's a small white kitchen it is distinctly contemporary and offers all modern appliances. After dinner head for the coziness of the cushioned sofa, or relax in one of 4 nicely set up bedrooms.

The entire apartment with all amenities is accessible for my guests.
All closets are empty but full of hangers, you will find toiletries and hair dryers in the bathrooms. the kitchen is fully equipped with pots, pans. china, glasses and cutlery. Basics like tea, coffee, water, milk, capsules for the Nespresso Machine are provided to make sure your arrival will be relaxed. Detergents for washing machine and dish washer are provided for a stay of 3 nights. My stand-by guest manager will happily provide more supplies on request for small additional costs.

I will respond to your questions within very short notice. My reservation team is online 24/7 and will always be able to assist in case I wouldn't be online.
I am online while using the following tools: airbnb thread, e-mail, (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN), phone, line, (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN). Let me know your preferred communication tool.

This enigmatic city of skyscrapers, ancient traditions and heavenly food will fascinate, whether it's your first visit or your 50th.

Beyond the glass and steel of Hong Kong’s commercial persona, the city also boasts a vibrant cultural scene that features the eclectic influences of its Chinese roots, colonial connections and a wondrous pool of homegrown talent. Here, you’re just as likely to find yourself applauding at Asia’s top film festival as joining in dawn taichi or reading the couplets of a local poet to the drumbeat of a dragon boat. Culture could also mean indie music under the stars, a classy art walk, your first Cantonese opera – not to mention the exhibitions and events staged year-round at the many museums and concert halls.

Why I Love Hong Kong

I love Hong Kong because it has a complexity that eludes definition, sometimes even by its own people. I can be soul-searching near the Chinese border, lunching with Sikhs at a Sikh temple, splurging on a set of kitchen knives, arguing with bohos about the merits of a dress – all within five hours – followed by a night of Cantonese opera, tango or karaoke, anywhere I choose. Hong Kong is so intense and so full of possibilities that I’m glad there’s the Rule of Law (and an awesome transport system) to stop it from whirling into chaos. For me, that's pretty darn perfect.

Asia's top culinary capital, the city that lives to eat is home to many a demon in the kitchen, whether the deliciousness in the pot is Cantonese, Shanghainese, Vietnamese, Japanese or European. Whatever your gastronomic desires, they're likely be sated in Hong Kong – over a bowl of wonton noodles, freshly steamed dim sum, a pair of the sweetest prawns, your first-ever stinky tofu, or the culinary creations of the latest celebrity chef.

Neighbourhoods & Islands
The tantalising neighbourhoods and curious islands that make up Hong Kong are a sensory delight awaiting exploration. You may find yourself swaying along on a double-decker tramcar, cheering with the hordes at the city-centre horse races, or simply gazing out at the magnificent harbour. Over 70% of Hong Kong is mountains and sprawling country parks, some also home to geological gems. Escape the city limits on one of the world’s best transport systems and spend your day wandering in a Song-dynasty village, hiking surf-beaten beaches or scouring for sea shards on a deserted island.

From ready-to-wear Chinese jackets to bespoke kitchen knives, the sheer range and variety of products on Hong Kong’s shelves is mind-bending. Every whim, need and pocket is catered for in true enterprising spirit by an equally dazzling number of venues – swanky malls where the moneyed shop, chic side-street boutiques, antique stores, gadget bazaars, and a colourful mix of markets where you can haggle to your heart’s content. The city has no sales tax so prices are generally attractive to visitors.


By ferry

The Kowloon waterfront at Tsim Sha Tsui
Riding the Star Ferry from Central or Wan Chai ferry piers is considered a "must-do" for any traveller to Hong Kong. Not only is this the cheapest way to traverse the harbour, it's also the finest way to go sight-seeing, particularly at night, where you're surrounded by a wall of lights and skyscrapers on both sides. If you're feeling posh, you can pay fractionally more and travel as an upper-deck passenger. Alternatively, you can travel steerage and maybe get a glimpse into the noisy engine room.

By train

The Airport Express takes you to Kowloon MTR station in just 20 minutes. Most of Hong Kong's rail lines converge on Kowloon. If you are travelling from Hong Kong island, change at Admirality on the Island Line for the MTR to Tsim Sha Tsui from Hong Kong island. The MTR to Tsim Sha Tsui offers a faster service and is the most popular choice for commuters, so avoid Admiralty interchange during the rush hour (5 PM to 7 PM). Alternatively the section of Tseung Kwan O Line between Quarry Bay and Yau Tong can be used for crossing the harbour.

By taxi

Taking a taxi across the harbour to Kowloon can be slow and expensive due to traffic. Expect to pay tunnel fees both ways unless you depart from a taxi rank dedicated to cross-harbour service.

By bus

Citybus Cityflyer provides several bus routes from the Airport terminal, including A21, A22. Although they take longer time than MTR Airport Express, the fare of buses is much cheaper than the Airport express and they calls on much frequent bus stops along areas include Mong Kok, Tsim Sha Tsui, as well as nearby some hotels.

Numerous local buses travel through different areas of Kowloon, as well as between New Territories or Hong Kong island. Bus routes with number-prefix 1XX (e.g (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)XX (e.g (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)XX (e.g 904, 905) are harbour-crossing buses and they call at the bus interchanges of the tunnels and some routes via Kowloon peninsula.

If you get into Hong Kong airport after midnight then you will need to take the N21 night bus. Prepare exact change for the bus or pay by Octopus card as change will not be given by the driver. The fare was $23 as of April 2011. The N21 goes through Nathan Road and you can press the buzzer (located by the exit doors and on the grab-rails) to signal the driver to stop. Don't count on the driver knowing any English. On most buses, there are announcements made in Cantonese, English and Mandarin and route map in both Chinese and English so tourists should not have a problem.

Please note that not every neighbor is happy about the New Sharing Economy. If we want them to understand the 21st century :-) we should respect normal house rules like no party after 10pm, be quiet in the staircase/hallway, don't ring at neighbours bell because you cannot find the key in your handbag, don't throw things out of the window, eg. Just use your common sense.
Although the apartment is on a very high standard and equipped like a serviced apartment - I am still a private host but not a Hotel with fully employed staff and a front desk. Me and my team are always happy to assist - but if can take time to follow your not urgent request (like 1 more towel).

Die Check-In-Zeit ist 14:00 – 00:00.

Please guys... no party without acknowledgment and confirmation, no smoking but only on the balcony/ garden, no drugs, eg.
Besides the risk of losing your deposit (apartment gets checked after your check out) it would be sad to lose the apartment due to inappropriate behaviour. Again - please use your common sense.


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Gastgeber: Susann C

London, Vereinigtes Königreich · Mitglied seit Oktober 2011
Susann C

The world is my home.... always looking for fresh ideas and working with locals in countries all over the world.

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