This is a boutique hotel that's very convenient to local attractions. I had visited the hotel a few months ago when another relative stayed there and it looked very nice, and I enjoyed our lunch at the restaurant on site, and so I decided to stay in this place instead of another much bigger hotel close by. The front desk staff was very helpful. We stayed in the Zen room. The photos looked much fresher. The room had a lot more wear and tear than I expected (due to having seen the other room my relatives stayed in), and even though we requested non-smoking room, clearly it was a smoking room, with an ash tray in sight. Also, for some reason, the door to the balcony (which was why we chose this more expensive room in the first place) was locked, and the bathtub was covered in a tarp. So we couldn't use that. If we had stayed for another night, we probably would have asked the front desk if we could use it. And even though there is a tea set up in the room, they charge for all the tea. So we didn't use that. The breakfast selection was quite limited if you want western food or fruit. But there were a few dim sum dishes.