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We stayed at Hao's just for 1 night before transitioning elsewhere. Our flight took longer, so we almost missed the check in time which ends at midnight. The man at the front desk waited for us 10 mins past. Beds were comfy after 20 hours...More
If you are looking for a basic hostel, a place where you can just leave your things and go out then come back to sleep at night, then this is for you.
Pros: safe, the people are trust worthy, very convenient and strategically placed near...More
If you are on a Business trip and looking for just a place to lay your head at night. This is the place, with clean sheets and a small cosy room. It is located in the heart of Kowloon on Nathan Road, with easy access...More
Pros: clean room, excellent location,comfy beds, fast wifi, friendly owner (provided us extra pillows), big bathroom (almost as big as the room)
Cons: tiny room, tiny elevator
Would still recommend this to budget travellers. You wouldnt stay in the room all day right? Just as...More
I stayed in Hao's inn for a couple of nights during my Hong Kong vacation back in August 2014.
Location - the inn is actually a set of rooms located on one floor of a building. The building itself is easy to find, just follow...More
US$36 - US$73 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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rooms and beds are indeed small in Hao's Inn as well as in other hostels in HK, in my opinion, better book a double room and a triple room in order to have a comfortable rest/sleep, their double room is really good for only... More
rooms and beds are indeed small in Hao's Inn as well as in other hostels in HK, in my opinion, better book a double room and a triple room in order to have a comfortable rest/sleep, their double room is really good for only 2 adults, squeeze in another child into it and it'll be too crowded for comfort, anyway the price difference between a double as against a triple room is negligible.
I'm not sure, but the triple room is 600HKD/night. May be double room is 550HKD/night. Should check the price at Hao's inn website or contact with Raymond Tran, the receptionist. The contact public in website
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"Ask for a room with strong wifi and if possible, a window facing outside. My room was facing the inside of..."