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Their service was just so bad! They canceled our booking on our day of arrival. We had to look for another hostel on the spot with a higher rate!
They said they sent an e-mail but we never received any and they did not even...More
This place is a complete scam!
Doesn't look like the pictures (and even the pictures don't look great).
You have no space to move - beds are tiny. I'm 5'7 and I couldn't lie down properly. To the side of the bed you have around...More
Well there is nothing good to say about it. It has a policy of not sending email confirmation of your stay. It has a policy that charge you for two nights and not offering the second night when you late to check for the first...More
As 3 female travellers we didn't find this accommodation very safe. When you enter the building there were lots of people trying to sell us food and one of the men followed us right until we got to our lift which made us feel uneasy....More
Well it certainly appear to be different than pictures. I've survived 5 nights here luckily with no beg bugs etc. Location is perfect and convenient to MTR station and 5-10 minutes walk to Avenue of star, perfect shopping spot too. The room is really really...More
US$58 - US$112 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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