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If you need just bed - for money value its ok. But its really dirty and small space. For tall people impossible to match to bed. Dirty smelly place.
But on the HK its cheap and 5 mins by walk on metro. Close to center....More
no toilet paper, no towel no cleaning room , dirty place run by dirty people, waist my money!!
to everyone please not use this hostel for your sanity!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
hong kong should have more control about this dirty places, not think only about bank and money!
My family had visited in 2013, and came back for a second visit this year. The first time round they stayed here and had no complainants. When they checked in today, we were shocked. What the hell happened? It was filthy! My aunt's sheets were...More
If you value your sanity and would want your HK trip to be worthwhile, Do Not..I repeat.. Do not ever EVER consider this crap of an establishment masquerading as a hotel.
This room is garbage. The only saving grace is the location which is right...More
Nightmare for my Chinese New Year .
When the first day we arrived and the receptionist gave us ROOM 1 and it is a horrible room . The room stinks. The bed is dirty . The floor is filthy, and the toilet super stinks and...More
US$33 - US$56 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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