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Worst place ever. Maybe in Hong Knog is normal these "coffin rooms" but we werent prepared to what we found. First off, the merchants harassed us constantly at the entrance in that infernal (and smelly) maze you have to cross in order to get to...More
We booked in this hotel for 3 nights stay, unfortunately we didn't enjoy and would never recommend this dirty, smelly, unaccommodating staff special mention to maila the filipina lady who is very rude and unprofessional to the guests.
1. Room is different from the photo...More
This hostel is something from the slums in victorian times England. The rooms are filthy, blood on the wall in the bathroom and the windows filthy.
I have stayed in some dives but this beats them.all.
The staff are so unhelpful and would not even....More
There comes a time in your travels when you find a hostel in a great location, at a good price, in an expensive city and wonder what the draw back is going to be...and the draw backs are plenty. The hostel itself is shabby and...More
Well, we arrived very late and the street was full with indian and arabic men trying to sell everything, from clocks, lockers, bags, hostel rums, to drugs... I almost had a heartattack. The building is very high and all the hostels are from the same...More
US$20 - US$82 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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