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No.156-158 Tai Nan Street, Kowloon, Hong Kong China
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Lander Hotel Prince Edward is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Hong Kong, offering a budget friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.

For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Hong Kong, Lander Hotel Prince Edward is located a short distance from The Lounge & Bar at The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong (1.6 mi) and Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck (1.6 mi).

Guest rooms offer air conditioning, and Lander Hotel Prince Edward makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.

You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including 24 hour front desk, currency exchange, and baggage storage.

Hong Kong has plenty of seafood restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like The Market, Café 103, and Harbourside Restaurant, which are serving up some great dishes.

Should time allow, Sham Shui Po is a popular attraction that is within walking distance.

Enjoy your stay in Hong Kong!

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Doreen G wrote a review Nov 2019
Chorley, United Kingdom4 contributions6 helpful votes
This property should never be classed as a hotel. It is as stated above a hostel in a run down area of Hong Kong. The bedrooms are the smallest I have encountered anywhere , no hanging facilities for clothes, no drawers, a bed and nothing else.Please do not book this place.
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Date of stay: October 2019
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Swag K wrote a review Jun 2019
London, United Kingdom6 contributions3 helpful votes
The hotel service is very bad and like they only give you 1 One pillow for every person and they don’t give you water for free and when you ask for something on the room phone The receptionist doesn’t know English only Chinese and Don’t recommend this hotel
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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Sathish Narayan... e wrote a review Dec 2018
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very small room - no space to move at all. we did not like the location also too much. the hotel was noisy because many guests were living in cramped spaces and hence the walls were emanating sound all the time
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Date of stay: December 2018
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Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: non smoking
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Janelyn M wrote a review Dec 2018
Makati, Philippines187 contributions33 helpful votes
The place is found within an unfamiliar place away from ll the commercial and bustling streets. It was in front of a cleaning company where a lot of garbage truck was parked and filled with trash. Though not smelly, it was not a sight to behold. The hotel has no resto and therefore does not offer any food. And the best thing to talk about regarding this hotel was their rooms. The rooms are so cramped and small that one bed was way over the wall and would require that one steps over another to get to the other end of the bed. The bath was so, so, so small like if someone is sitting on the toilet bowl, their leg would be the lock and no one could possibly mistake that no one was inside it. The bath was just a half-step and so was the sink. You could bruise yourself from moving inside the bath to turn on the shower! Never again to this hotel. But their staff was so good and could communicate in English well.
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Date of stay: December 2018
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Chelenb33 wrote a review Sep 2018
Melbourne, Australia102 contributions76 helpful votes
Rooms are the smallest I’ve ever experienced in a hotel in my world travels. Around 2.5 x 2 metres. No room for suitcase or to hang cloths. The shower is so small the shower curtain clings to you like cling-wrapping. Don’t waste your money on this one.
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Date of stay: September 2018Trip type: Travelled solo
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JA-From-Sydney wrote a review Aug 2018
Sydney, Australia89 contributions61 helpful votes
If you thought NYC hotel rooms are small, you have no idea what "small" looks like. I booked this hotel via Hotwire, using their M.O, where I chose a location (in broad terms) and a standard of hotel. Having booked rooms this way with Hotwire successfully previously, I did not expect to be incredibly disappointed. And boy oh boy, was I! What's good about the Lander? The good: 
1) By HKG standards the room is cheap, about USD 75; 
 2) Location. If you know where you're going and you have no baggage, it's a 10 min walk to Prince Edward MTR (subway station) and from there, most places in Kowloon or Hong Kong Island are within easy reach. But if you have a suitcase or you're new to the area, you're not going to take the train from the airport only to swap to the subway (Line 1) to Prince Edward, because you'll still have a 15 min walk with luggage. Instead I took the airport train to Kowloon Station (HKD 105) and a cab from there to the hotel (HKD 50); 3) Staff member Ralf speaks good English and is very pleasant;
 4) Bathroom was mostly clean. Parts of the shower recess were grubby; and 5) A/C is great. 
 
The bad: 1. The accommodation is truthfully the size of a prison cell. It is not a "room" in any meaningful sense of the word. My "room", 609, was a few cm longer than the single bed and the room's width was 1.5 (one and a half) times as wide as the bed. I travel with a tape measure but could not access it to measure the room because I could barely open my suitcase when it was placed on the floor, let alone search my suitcase for the tape; 2. Bathroom is so small that (a) you'll have the shower curtain hitting your skin as you shower; (b) you'll wet the toilet as you shower and (c) if you want a long shower, you must stop the water pretty soon after you turn the water on, soap yourself and then turn the water back on to rinse yourself or you'll end up flooding the room; 3. In room safe was locked and not accessable; 4. I am usually ok with confined spaces, but felt claustrophobic in the room. Many I know would have a panic attack in such a confined space. In fact I was there one night only and that was enough. I took my suitcase down to the lobby an hour before checking out, so I could have space to work on my Mac in the room. The relief I felt when my suitcase was removed from the room and I finally had even minimal space to myself was palpable; 5. Many local restaurants have menus in Mandarin or Cantonese and not in English; 6. Noise travels through the door and walls. I flew in from Sydney and was up for 18 hours before checking in. I went to bed only to be awaken many, many times by Chinese shouting at each other in the corridor, oblivious to how others were being disturbed by their shouting; 7. There are several TV channels all, as far as I can see in Mandarin or Cantonese. Nothing in English apart from financial and economic statistics (no audio just the statistics) on Pearl TV; and 8. Breakfast is not served in the hotel, but I did find a cafe called Cafe de Coral near Prince Edward Station. Just exit the hotel, turn left into Tai Nan St and walk towards Prince Edward Road West. At Prince Edward Road West turn left and walk to the next cross street, Portland Street. Turn left into Portland. The cafe is on the right. Usually with a queue of folk lining up to get in. It's no more than a 8-10 min walk from the hotel. 15 mins if like me you are not in a rush. There you'll find set dishes eg fish, toast, eggs and coffee for HKD 40. The upside is that the coffee is good! 9. The hotel seems to cater to Mainland Chinese and not westerners. Even though it was cheap, the tiny cell at the Lander was too frustrating for me. Even for one night. Next time, which is in 2 weeks, I will stay in a decent size room that is close to the subway or bus lines, safe in the knowledge it will cost double as much. So be it. Tip: 
Choose you room wisely. While mine in the rear of the hotel had NO street noise, which is a worry of some reviewers, my cell was adjacent to the lift/elevator and it was very hard to get to sleep.

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Date of stay: August 2018
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Trip type: Travelled solo
Room Tip: Choose a room far from the elevator and in the rear so as to escape street traffic noise.
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SapnaGurukar wrote a review Apr 2018
Sakleshpur, India101 contributions61 helpful votes
We do understand that space is a constraint in a place like Hong Kong but for what is charged, we were extremely disappointed with the hotel. The rooms are extremely small and even smaller are the bathrooms. You stretch in the room and chances are you will be smacking your partner's face. There is very limited space for the luggage in the room too. Except for the main lobby, the other common areas are smelly. The only two positives of the hotel are the staff who are very friendly and the location. It is very conveniently located.
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Date of stay: March 2018
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Trip type: Travelled with family
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alanwarb wrote a review Feb 2018
Brighton, United Kingdom4 contributions4 helpful votes
The Lander hotel is in what might be called the back streets, not far from Nathan Road and Prince Edward MTR ( tube, underground, Metro, subway). Bear in mind that there is only one lift from ground level at Prince Edward station. Carting suitcases up and down busy stairs and escalators is no fun and frowned upon. The area around the hotel is less than pretty but has the authentic feel of "real" Hong Kong, with many small businesses operating from lockups and bustling street corner markets are just a short walk north, close to the very "local" Dragon Centre, with its fast food outlets, supermarket and many of the usual mall type shops. The famous flower market is only a 10 to 15-minute walk from the hotel. Mongkok is one MTR stop south, with the very modern, jaw-dropping, upmarket Langham Place shopping mall right outside the station. Let's not beat around the bush. The hotel rooms are small. I was in a really tiny single room with ensuite shower and loo. Being medium build, I just about managed to fit in the shower without having the plastic shower curtain clinging to me. Bear in mind that the Chinese are petite on the whole and space is very much at a premium in this densely populated city. Larger travellers would be advised to book a more expensive hotel, with concomitant larger rooms.There is very little space for luggage. That said, the staff I encountered were very helpful and polite. I had an issue with the room safe which they quickly attended to. The room was in good order and cleaned every day with clean towels and bed linen provided daily if needed. The free wifi worked well for me, though other reviewers have had issues with it. Considering the slightly down at heel appearance of the area, I felt safe even when returning late in the evening. Be prepared for dense crowds; however, the Cantonese are very relaxed and going with the flow made negotiating the MTR and main streets a lot less uncomfortable. I was there just before Chinese New Year. It was frenetic as preparations were made for the festivities. I loved the vibe. Your mileage may vary.
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Date of stay: February 2018
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Ly V wrote a review Feb 2018
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Spent 10 days here for a quick family holiday. Booked a king sized bed room and 3 single beds in another. All staff there were extremely friendly. The hotel was considerably clean except carpets were a bit old and musty. I was expecting small rooms from previous reviews but oh my goodness, you need to see to believe how small it actually is! The only floor space they had was slightly bigger than the size of my large suitcase - if it’s open there will be no walking space. The bathroom only fits one person at a time and the shower was so small that the curtain stuck to your body as you’re trying to clean yourself. And also, non-existent gym with 3 machines and no weights.. Great hotel if you’re looking for an affordable hotel and about 15mins walking distance to central Mong Kok - but if you’re a claustrophobic then steer clear, even if you’re not one to start off with, you’ll become one after your trip.
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Date of stay: February 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
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Dorji Wangchuk wrote a review Oct 2017
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Location: The room is very quiet for a peaceful sleep. It is not so far from the Prince Edwards metro station. Bit inconvenient if you have heavy suitcases. With a carry-on you will get there walking - 10-15 minutes. Cleanliness: Room is clean and fresh towels and toiletries refurnished every day Staff: Very helpful. This time around I didn't have a booking and I just walked in Room size: It is small and for two people it is quite restrictive. But remember, this is Hong Kong - the densest place on earth. This is the second time I have been staying. And I would come again.
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Date of stay: October 2017
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Trip type: Travelled on business
Room Tip: Ask for corner room that has a window (if you suffer from claustrophobia like me)
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US$42 - US$66 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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ChinaHong KongKowloon / Nam Cheong / Sham Shui Po District
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Frequently Asked Questions about Lander Hotel Prince Edward
Which popular attractions are close to Lander Hotel Prince Edward?
Nearby attractions include Sham Shui Po (0.4 km), Bird Garden Yuen Po Street (0.3 km), and Ki Lung Street (sham Shui Po) (0.08 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Lander Hotel Prince Edward?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, meeting rooms, and laundry service.
What are some restaurants close to Lander Hotel Prince Edward?
Conveniently located restaurants include Tim Ho Wan Sham Shui Po, Ju Xing Home, and Running Chicken.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Lander Hotel Prince Edward?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Chinese.
Are there any historical sites close to Lander Hotel Prince Edward?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Tai Kwun - Centre for Heritage and Arts (5.1 km), Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple (3.5 km), and PMQ (4.9 km).