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Avoid to book at this place. First of all this place is full of bedbugs/cimicids. The bedding wasn't changed. On the bed sheet were stains of the person(s) before. The aircondition doesn't work. The smell in the inside of the hostel was horrible.
Me and my boyfriend took a HK vacay last 19 Feb 2017- 21 Feb 2017.
While looking for a economy hotel in agoda.com. Kawloon New Hostel appears as one of the cheapest and the location is so good for the Space Museum , MTR, Kawloon...More
Arrived at the hostel after travelling for nearly 2 days in the air to find my reservation had been cancelled 4 hours before arriving because they couldn't authorise my credit card. Then tried to charge me double the price.
At first we book the room from booking.com it only show the room with share bathroom. When we arrive, the receiptionist offer us to upgrade the room. Bigger room with shower , ac, tv. Free water and everyday my room get clean. Perfect 4 days....More
Booked Kowloon New Hostel's single room. Seems to be fully booked so was relocated to sister hostel (or room) in Chungking Mansion. Was offered choice of private restroom or free wifi (special promotion at that time). Chose the first one but get free wifi eventually....More
US$24 - US$260 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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