x The average starting price for a place to stay in Hong Kong is £33 per night.
Flat A, 14/F, Harilela Mansion, 81 Nathan Road Tsim Sha Tsui, KowloonExcellent 91%
Block 41 Shek Kip Mei Estate Sham Shui PoAwesome 89%
3/F, Kwong Wah Mansion 269-273 Hennessy Road,Wan ChaiAwesome 87%
Antoine.Venault The location is perfect and the staff is really friendly. Also, it is cheap compared to other youth hostels. So if I ever go back to Hong-Kong, I will definitely try to stay there again.
Unit 1410, 14/F, HaiPhong, Mansion, 99-101 Nathan Tsim Sha Tsui, KowloonAwesome 87%
123 Mount Davis Path PokfulamAwesome 87%
2/F, Nan Yip Building, 472, Hennessy Road (Entrance on Tang Lung Street), Causeway BayAwesome 86%
debolalah Facilities were largely clean and tidy plus the triple bunk bed concept was a pretty fascinating concept! Would be good if more washrooms/shower rooms could be provided for use.
Unit 1301, 13/F, Sun Hing Building, 607 Nathan Rd MongkokAwesome 86%
Flat C, 8th floor, Union Mansion 33-35 Chatham Road South, Tsim Sha Tsui, KowloonAwesome 85%
emilia_ste Very nice place. Tiny rooms but a bargain for Hong Kong with this location. Would definitely stay again.
Flat A, 7/F Kim Ling Building, 231 Nathan Road, Jordan, Hong KongGreat 81%
Rm 18, 11/F, Alhambra Building, 383-389C Nathan RoadGreat 81%
marco.waese I stayed there for appr. 2 weeks. Clean rooms, warm water in shower and the air condition is working normally. Location is not so overcrowded compared to Kowlon. Totally recommandation for the Hostel. I would go back any time.
hazelheart hello all! i went in may 2010 & am really glad i found this place just by googling & reading all the reviews of the hostels. finally decided to pick a-inn for it's price & location & boy was i pleasantly suprised! i went with two of my other gfs & it's totally safe. the lady at the check in was really friendly, helped us with directions & recommended that if we take a bus from the hostel to the airport, it only cost HKD33. super quick, only took us 30min! anw, the only downside is that we had to bring our own hair dryers cause the hostel didn't provide this. not a big issue though. everything else from the room, location, service, safety was GREAT to say the least! for those of you who may be concerned with the noise level, it was super quiet though it's bustling with activities downstairs. anw, have jotted down a more detailed review up on my blog: http://hazelhearts.wordpress.com/2010/05/30/where-to-stay-in-hong-kong-hk-guide-part-1/
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