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Stayed here in 1991 when it was called travellers hostel . Was in HK so called in for a look . The owner was very nice and let me have a look around for old times sake . It’s much nicer than it was 27...More
Stayed at delta for 4 nights at the start of a 2 month family backpacking trip through China. The rooms are small but clean and comfortable. The staff are very friendly and helpful and there was cheap cold beer in the fridge. Chunking mansions may...More
On 19th Jan 2018, I was travelling to Hong Kong with my parent for 2 nights. As I knew the room in Hong Kong is small so I booked 2 family rooms for 3 adults. When I checked in, the receptionist kept repeating "family room"...More
I wrote a very detailed and objective review here that was removed because I mentioned another review from a contributor who did not even go here (as mentioned in review).
So, since I went here, I feel I have an opinion worth more than said...More
First of all, this is the Chungking Mansion, if you are paying for a cheap room, you are going to get a cheap room. Its going to be small, basic and cramped. Its just how it is. But, for a small room with two bunk...More
US$16 - US$83 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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