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Personel unfriendly and not helpful. Rooms for HK large but no view, good bathroom, facilities in room such as a fridge and water cooker, excellent location. Noisy airco and room not really clean. Good to stay for couple of nights.
What i like about this hostel is it's Good location. Easy access to public transport and not very hard to find. The rooms are very small and you'll hear the noise of the people in the other rooms. The building is a bit old. You'll...More
I had returned from a two month trip to my home in Hong Kong when I realized my key was missing. After a few nights roughing it, I found this place on line and just took it because all I needed was some sleep. Definitely...More
Your visit here will definitely vary from many of the reviews here since the rooms are all over the place -- some in the same building as reception, and some across the street where they have found spare rooms to make $$$. I was able...More
Avoid it like the plague! False advertising.
The photos online look nothing like what you will actually get. The hostel is operating illegally and the residents of the buildings are not best pleased to see you. The address of the hostel is an address where...More
US$19 - US$68 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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