This newly renovated apartment is at Granville Road which has three bedrooms, each with a queen-sized bed. It also has a sofa bed, good for 2 adults. There is plenty of room for a family or a small group of travellers. It is also convenient, located just five minutes away from the Tsim Sha Tsui MTR station. Restaurants n shops are steps away. All you can do is eat n shop & eat n shop again. ^_^
This newly renovated apartment is ideal for a family or small groups of up to eight people. It has three bedrooms, each with a queen-sized bed. It also has a sofa bed. There is even a large living and dining area with a dining table that sits four. If you get hungry, you can try one of the many restaurants downstairs or prepare a small meal in our kitchen. Feel free to use the utensils and other equipment. One of the best things about this space is the large amount of natural light. The flat is located on a higher floor of the building. The view is fairly unobstructed, so the sunlight streams right in. The space is also quite secure, with 24-hour guarded entry downstairs and a metal security door on the outside of the flat.
Guests may access the entire space.
We will provide you everything you need to access the flat on your first visit. We will also be on hand to repair any damage caused by usual wear and tear. Occasionally, my assistant or I might pop by to check on some things. Otherwise, we will be accessible by telephone.
The apartment is located in Tsim Sha Tsui, a mecca for luxury shopping containing shops for almost all of the worlds most exclusive international brands from Armani to Zara. Look for them between and along Nathan Road (two minutes away on foot) and Canton Road. Also, the Peninsula Hotel and the harbor front are minutes away on foot. From the waterfront, you can treat yourself to the finest views of the island side or take a Star Ferry ride to Central. When you are feeling hungry, sample one of the neighborhoods many dining options, from Michelin-star restaurants to everyday quick fixes such as McDonalds and Starbucks. When you are done, why not get a massage at a local shop? If you head up Nathan Road or take the MTR two or three stops, you can reach Yau Ma Tei and Mong Kok. Yau Ma Tei is home to the Temple Street Night Market. The market opens in the late afternoon and stretches from south to north along Temple Street from Jordan Road to Man Ming Lane. It is filled with souvenir stalls and food options. Note that the night market is cut in two. The north half is past Kansu Street and the expressway. Make sure to look for Tin Hau Temple, one of the oldest temples in the neighborhood and a major landmark. It is north of the expressway. Yau Ma Tei is also home to the Jade Market. You will find it north of Kansu Street under the expressway. Mong Kok is one of Hong Kongs densest areas and is filled to the brim with all sorts of shops and restaurants. Famous markets in the area include the Ladies Market (on Tung Choi Street south of Argyle Street), the Flower and Bird Markets (north of Prince Edward Road West and west of Sai Yee Street), the Goldfish Market (on Tung Choi Street north of Burd Street) and the Sai Yeung Choi electronics market. It becomes a pedestrian zone on weekends after 4pm. The Ladies Market is a famous souvenir market. The Bird Market has an amazing diversity of birds and bird products on sale. The Flower Market and Goldfish Markets are what the names suggest. Sai Yeung Choi Street is a mecca for electronics sales. It also comes to life when the cars leave. Street performers are a common sight at night, especially on the weekend. If you wish to get away from the markets and take in the area from on high, we recommend that you visit the ICC. It is the very tall building above Kowloon Station. You may visit the observation deck for a fee, or, if you are properly attired (no shorts or sandals), you may visit Ozone, the caf located just below the observation deck. The view from the 118th floor is worth the trip. All of these areas are densely populated. On the weekend, they can get very crowded. In particular, Mong Kok is popular among working class Hongkongers, especially younger ones. There is much to see, much to do, and much to eat. Bring your energy.
From point A to point B: MTR: The closest MTR station is Tsim Sha Tsui Station (Exit B), located just minutes from the flat. You may come out of Exit B, walk up Nathan Road and turn right on Granville Road, where the flat is located. The MTR will take you most places you wish to go. You may purchase single-journey tickets or an Octopus card for convenient local travel. Bus: Buses going to many places run up and down Nathan Road. Note that buses require exact change or Octopus payment. Taxi: There are plenty of taxis in this area. Flagfall is currently HK$22. Drivers almost always remember to use the meter, but do pay attention. Also, if you plan to travel longer distances by taxi, or plan to cross the harbor, be aware that passengers are responsible for toll payments. To estimate taxi fares, you may use a site such as (URL HIDDEN) Tolls are not calculated by this site. Foot: We like to walk unless the distance is greater than that of one MTR stop. In general, most of the area is accessible by foot, although it does help to be in good health if you intend to rely on this mode of transport. Rickshaw: Yes, that would be nice. But they do not exist anymore. Getting to Major Tourist Sites: Disneyland: You may reach it by taking the MTRs red line toward Tsuen Wan until you reach Lai King. At Lai King, transfer to the orange line toward Tung Chung. Get off at Sunny Bay where you can transfer to the Disneyland Resort line. Bug Buddha/Tai O: Take the MTR red line toward Tsuen Wan until you reach Lai King. At Lai King, transfer to the orange line toward Tung Chung. From Tung Chung Station, you can reach either destination by bus or, if heading to the Big Buddha, you may take the cable cars from Tung Chung to Ngong Ping. Ocean Park: Citybus route 629 runs from the Central Star Ferry Terminal and from Admiralty MTR. Stanley Market: From Exchange Square in Central, you may take busses 6, 6X or 260. Buses 6X and 260 also pass by Deepwater Bay and Repulse Bay, each of which has a beach. Mainland Border: In case you are heading to Shenzhen, you may take the MTR East Rail Line. From this flat, it is easiest to take the underground walkway from Tsim Sha Tsui Station to East Tsim Sha Tsui Station. From there, take the train to Hung Hom, then transfer to the East Rail Line, which will take you directly to Lo Wu or Lok Ma Chau. Macau: Ferries depart frequently from the China Ferry Terminal on Canton Road in Tsim Sha Tsui and from the Macau Ferry Terminal in Sheung Wan on Hong Kong Island. Outlying Islands: Ferries to Mui Wo on Lantau Island, Lamma Island, Cheung Chau and Peng Chau depart frequently from the row of piers next to the Central Star Ferry Pier. Ferries typically depart every half hour.