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Twh tai wan hotel, first of all "confirmed" it's not a hotel, "obviously" not a hostel and definitely it's a dump-yard.
In the reception : one old lady may be 55yrs wearing spectacles (chinese / taiwan) sooo rude and having -0% experience in handling customers....More
I already knew about Chungking Mansions so I didn't bother to research this particular hostel first.
I do not rate anywhere one star without good reason as I believe there is always two sides to a story. Here there is not, they are only interested...More
The location is very accessible. The elevator and the reception area - a bit scary. When we reached there we heard 3 people are shouting (1 owner and 2 Filipino guests). They had problem with the payment but I didn't know the whole story, good...More
I went to stay with my mum and aunt back in August 2012. I booked via Asiarooms.com, and paid for 1 room with 4 single beds OR 2 double beds. I went and get scammed. It was a small room with 2 single beds. We...More
We are currently backpacking Asia and this 'hotel' was our worst experience in terms of accommodation.
We booked a double bedroom, our 'bedroom' was the computer room, fitted with desks, computer equipment and junk under our specially made bunk beds. I say specially made, as...More
US$23 - US$80 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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