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I did my booking via Airbnb for New Euro Asia Guest House at Chung King Mansion. Pictures provided of the location and reviews were good. However, when we entered Chung King Mansion, I never thought it will be that bad. My wife and grown up...More
The guy renting out our room was aggressive and rude with me. He was not available when I arrived and I had to wait in a hallway for over 2 hours for him. When I arrived, he wouldn't let me check-in as the room was...More
This place is an absolute shocker. 1 lift to serve what is essentially 20+ guesthouses. Constantly offered watches, handbags and drugs. Other people's luggage left under our smaller-than-single beds in our tiny horrible room (booked a double) don't be fooled by the pictures! Pay a...More
Good central location. Close to MTR but rooms very small. Fire hazard. All the fire doors were propped open permanently. Lift terrible always took too long. Bathroom very small with shower over the toilet.The surrounding on the ground floor is scary.
It is in a central area, very close to the MTR subway system and various buses with many shops, eating places and money changing being nearby. You get everything but room, space being at such a premium in Hong Kong / Kowloon. A good bed,...More
US$35 - US$95 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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