x The average starting price for a place to stay in Hong Kong is £36 per night.
18 Chak Cheung Street, Sha Tin New TerritoriesExcellent 90%
Tower 5, 3 Tong Tak Street Tseung Kwan OExcellent 90%
1 On Ping StreetExcellent 90%
Flat A, 7/F Kim Ling Building, 231 Nathan Road, Jordan, Hong KongAwesome 88%
2A Hanyee Building, 19 - 21 Hankow Road Tsim Sha Tsui, KowloonAwesome 87%
emilia_ste Very nice place. Tiny rooms but a bargain for Hong Kong with this location. Would definitely stay again.
B2, 5/F Block B, Chungking Mansion 36-44 Nathan RoadGreat 84%
ShawnSiew i was there for 6nights..all i can say is if Simon is there...You will be there.. Have peace of mind...though room is very small and the lift takes long time to wait and places look scary at first...but overall i'm very satisfy with his services and definately cleanliness. Location is in the heart of Hong Kong where MTR is just across the road..nice food and shopping is just around the corner. When i go back to Hong Kong, definately will be with Simon again...Cheers...
giovanna.s this place was amazing! the hotel was brand new, the room very very clean, there was a kitchen, a gym, a laundry available in the building free of charge. the room was quite big and it was provided with internet. people at the reception were really really really helpful and they could speak perfect english; when you check in they also give you a plug adapter which is necessary if you are not from the uk. the place was not really central but it was literally 1 minute from the underground station so i would say that the location is very convenient. i would recommend this place for both short and long stay because i don't think there are other places in hong kong that offer this wonderful service for this little amount of money! A+
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