1) It is near MTR. Use the exit E1 in Mongkok Station, then turn to Nathan Rd (the street opposite the shopping mall that you will see upon exiting the MTR station). The guest house is in Sun Hing Building, the entrance of which is in Chinese characters so you better ask if that's the building already. Again, this guest house is like a one condo unit in a floor of a condo building, which was further divided into separate rooms. 2) A week before, I already called them that we might be checking in late because we're coming from Disneyland, and the Chinese woman I talked to said that it is ok, so that was good. We arrived around 8PM. 3) The reception is in 14th floor (room 1417), and the Chinese man who received us is a very nice fellow. He gave us 2 key cards, one for the unit, then one for the room itself. Then he led us to our room in 17th floor and he even carried our luggage for us. 4) The man really needed to walk us to our room, because although there were labels and directions, first-timers can easily get lost in a maze-like corridor. 5) Our room was small, but it has a nice view of Nathan Rd., and with one big bed and one small bed. There are not much sockets available, but they had one extension plug with 3 universal sockets. There was wi-fi available but we didn't used it. 6) Bathroom was small, with one sliding glass door with no lock. It didn't close completely, so the water from the handheld shower will go out from the bathroom and may flood your room. 7) The drain of the bathroom drained so slowly as well, so there's a tendency that you may flood your bathroom. 8) The bathroom had toothbrushes (no toothpaste), and two rolls of tissue paper: one unused, and one almost run out. But there are lots of tissue papers when you enter the unit, but we didn't dare to get one. Towels were also provided, however, they were small, only good enough to cover your private parts. 9) There were big bottle of shampoo (Palmolive) and body wash (forgot the brand) in the bathroom. The bathroom has no bidet. 10) It kinda gives me the creeps when walking in the corridor. The neighborhood doors have some kind of altars in-front, and some passageways look like dead end. I don't dare to walk there late at night. The elevator has this “Well point Property Management Services Notice”, but it in Chinese and the picture is not clear, but looks like a monster to me. (Or maybe it's a notice not to heap your garbage, but the picture looks monstrosity). At around 10 pm, when we were about to sleep, I heard some flowing water in the bathroom. I asked my wife if she left the faucet opened, and she said she didn't. When I checked, there was hot water coming out of one pipe-hole at the bottom near the toilet. (Probably that where the bidet should be). We thought that it was the sewer of the bathroom next room. So, yuck!! But there was no one in that room as it was open when we come in. And why does the water hot? We contemplated if we'll go down to 14th floor to inform the man, but we don't dare to walk in the scary corridor that night and ride the eerie elevator. Good thing, the water stopped. But that doesn't stop us from thinking that someone might wanted to stew us while asleep, so we only had a light nap until morning came. 11) Since we don’t have a good night sleep, when we checked out, we thought that the reception room was 1407. We knocked there but no one answered, and we heard some strange sounds as if someone is taking a bath at the opposite door. We said, we wait for a little while until someone answer the door, when we realized that the reception was 1417. We dashed there and the woman just took our keys and let us go. We can’t wait to get out of the building.