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THIS IS NEITHER A HOTEL NOR A HOSTEL. IT IS WORSE THAN A GARBAGE DUMP. NOT FIT FOR HUMANS TO LIVE.
1, The Reception is very difficult to locate and takes a very long time.
2. The Reception girl was EXTREMELY RUDE. Not fit to...More
We stayed here for one night in a twin room. It is a bit hard to find at first as it is inside the block in what feels a bit like a maze at first and the sign downstairs said it was on a different...More
To all those tourists going to HK for the 1st time, please avoid Chungking Mansion if you can, especially this hostel.
I had first hand experience in this hostel.
Me and my friends booked via hostelsclub.com a week before we were to set foot in...More
Seriously, the hotel is so terrible and horrible.
Many foreigners stay inside the building and make people so uncomfortable.
The cleanliness so bad, i and my friends felt itch when you sleep on the hostel's bed.
at last, we all got the skin allergy due...More
The price is cheap especially when we book online through https://www.hostelsclub.com. The room accommodation and facilities just like 3 star hotel but shrink into small Asian couple size. Small but good for budget traveler who will stay in the room just for sleep. It is...More
US$41 - US$76 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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