x The average starting price for a place to stay in Hong Kong is £39 per night.
148, Tung Lo Wan Road, Causeway BayExcellent 90%
20 Tak Fung Street Whampoa Garden, HunghomExcellent 90%
18 Chak Cheung Street, Sha Tin New TerritoriesExcellent 90%
246 Queen's Road East WanchaiExcellent 90%
1 On Ping StreetExcellent 90%
Flat A, 7/F Kim Ling Building, 231 Nathan Road, Jordan, Hong KongExcellent 90%
B2, 5/F Block B, Chungking Mansion 36-44 Nathan RoadAwesome 89%
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...
Unit J, 9/F, Wing Lee Building, 27-33 Kimberley RoadAwesome 88%
karvinen I recommend this hostel to those travellers who are looking for nice and clean room in a reasonable price. I stayed here for 9 nights. Hostel keeper was really friendly, I felt really safe all the time althought I was lonely female traveller. Location was perfect, just about 5 minutes from the closest metro station. There is quite noisy road (Nathan Road) nearby, so if you are looking for calm and relaxed place without noise, this might not be your option. I had enough space for myself in the room and I felt really comfortable. I slept really well. I had my own shower and bathroom which was nice. I could use internet however much I liked, no extra charges were made. When I was looking a place to sleep before my trip, I spent hours and hours reading stuff about the hotels and hostels in Hong Kong. I just randomly took this one, I did not put my expectations too high and when I entered my room I was really really happy with my selection :)
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