x The average starting price for a place to stay in Hong Kong is £45 per night.
Flat A, 14/F, Harilela Mansion, 81 Nathan Road Tsim Sha Tsui, KowloonExcellent 90%
11/F, Unit F, No.275 Gloucester Road Entrance on Cannon St, Causeway BayExcellent 90%
Flat 2A, 1F, Pak Tai Mansion, 2A-2B Ma Hang Chung To Kwa WanExcellent 90%
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%
Block 41 Shek Kip Mei Estate Sham Shui PoAwesome 87%
2/F, Nan Yip Building, 472, Hennessy Road (Entrance on Tang Lung Street), Causeway BayGreat 84%
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.
Flat C, 8th floor, Union Mansion 33-35 Chatham Road South, Tsim Sha Tsui, KowloonGreat 82%
123 Mount Davis Path PokfulamGreat 82%
Flat A3, Block A, 15th Floor, Chungking Mansions 36 - 44 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha TsuiGreat 80%
AngieT123 The Kyoto Guest House is a delightful place to stay. The location is great: within walking distance of the star ferry, avenue of stars, and the subway station. The rooms are nice and very clean. There is also free wi-fi, which is hard to find in Hong Kong. The lady who runs the place is an absolute doll. Speaks good english and Mandarin Chinese. She also has good advice as to how to get around and such. I really enjoyed my stay there and would definately go back.
Flat 9, Block A, 8/F Mirador Mansion 58 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha TsuiGreat 80%
2A Hanyee Building, 19 - 21 Hankow Road Tsim Sha Tsui, KowloonVery Good 79%
Flat D8 & E2, Block D & E, 10/F Chungking Mansions,40 Nathan Road,KowloonVery Good 78%
diditeoh Day and Night is located in Chung King Mansion, which is at the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui, thus very convenient for shopping and good foods are plenty around the area. Luckily it's on block D which has lesser hostels than Black A or B, meaning we do not have to queue too long for the elevator. Receptionists and room-keepers were nice and friendly, and the hostel were clearly recently renovated. The interior was clean and cozy. Room was cleaned and Beds were made everyday. However, the room is quite small, but still, this was expected as for all the rooms in Hong Kong. It definitely is valued for money if you are not planning on staying indoor the whole day, returning only at night for shower and sleep. Facilities like TV, Refrigerator, hotwater shower, Hairdryer, Towel and toiletries are all provided. I am totally surprised by the high standard of service provided and will be returning soon.
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