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Ok, where to begin? I stayed in two 'hostels' in the block of flats that is Chung King Mansion - while I did enjoy the multicultural feel of the indoor market areas downstairs, the accommodation itself left much to be desired. There are no dorm-rooms,...More
Sounds good. New Chung King Mansion Hostel. What is 'new' at Chung King anyway?
Hostels, guest houses at Chung King Mansion or anywhere around Nathan Road have interestingly captivating names but accommodation is something else. Photos and pictures can be misleading so better not expect...More
This was booked as a hostel, it is not a hostel. It is individual rooms that are spotlessly clean but tiny and cramped. The beds are slightly bigger than single/twin beds and were for two people. The bathroom is a sink, a toilet and hand...More
The place is worst than bad...it is truly terrible. It is dirty, spooky, the elevator takes forever, the personnel is beyond rude and unhelpful. The rooms look like over-sized coffins and the matrices are probably the worst on the planet.
One night my door would...More
US$33 - US$191 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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