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We were dropped off by our transfer around the corner and reassured to just go right and we would see the hotel
We landed in hong kong approximately 10pm so walking with baggages attracted creepy sales people straight away
The hotel it self was through...More
Me and my friend stayed at this hotel for abour 4 days at their E block of the hostel. This is really the worst hostel i have really been. It showed great pictures on their webite, but when i came, it was totalky different, room...More
It is the most third class hotel i have ever seen in life. pathetic and terrible. rooms are just 6 ft by 6 ft almost and not as shown in picture. very rude staff and it seems like they have made some african guys seat...More
This was the worst place i have ever seen on all my travels !
We had to move to an other place without getting our money back
I would not recommend to my enemies to stay there, dirty, rooms not as shown on pictures, difficult...More
We booked in to the New Hong Kong Hostel for 3nights in 2-5th June 2013 . The owner owns several of the hostels in Block C at Chungking Mansions and as a result we actually ended up in the "Garden Hostel" on floor 16. Please...More
US$31 - US$1,114 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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