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It was not my first experience at Chungking Mansion , but it was a shock to see how the single room was very small ! You open the entry door , then there is the bathroom (small but clean) , the bed and no space...More
Reading the reviews about this hotel before hand, we don't have high expectations on it. But surprisingly, we are satisfied on our stay. The staff, they're all nice and very helpful. The room is clean. With mini refrigerator, television, hair dryer and a safety box....More
Went here last April with my family. This hotel is located in a market like on the ground floor. The hotel itself is on the 10th floor, and the elevator was SO SLOW.
They have fire exits but it the smell is super stinky! Don't...More
the ground of the building is very chaotic and seemingly filthy and unorderly. there are many by standers in the front entrance and offered many deals regarding package rooms which i find it intimidating. what worsen the situation when we stayed for 2 nights and...More
Friendly efficient staff Kuldeep and Maila etc keep things efficient and tidy. Clean bathroom with hot powerful shower in the 6 bed dorm and the room has a window which is a rarity in Chung king mansions. Good free wifi too.
US$18 - US$74 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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