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I booked at Days Hotel in Chungking Mansions because of the price. Upon arrival, I was surprised at the number of small shops available on the ground floor. There was a large number of currency exchange shops and the merchants and food stands were predominantly...More
Very small rooms, but are clean. Located in a guesthouse building (Chunking Mansions), whose ground floor is located in a market, reminding us more Middle East and India than Hong-Kong. Surprising, but safe !;
This hostel or guesthouse, (I don't know) is good value for...More
Our first night in HK we spent in a hostel in Sincere House on Arygle Street. I know the previous reviewer said that the rooms at Days Hotel were tiny and coffin-like, however they obviously hadn't stayed in the place we had previously! We then...More
Room is tiny. No place to stand up - I know all rooms are small in hong kong but this is something else!!!
One tiny window - room is like coffin, very claustrophobic
No water in tap, shower over toilet.
Don't be fooled - its...More
US$18 - US$91 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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