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We are originally booked from another hostel in ChungKing Mansions, unfortunately it seems that the room I reserved online is still not available. We were transferred by the hostel staff to Day and Night hotel and lucky for us we were mived to another hostel!...More
Stayed for one night with my girlfriend recently. The hotel is situated in the notorious Chungking mansions. It is not for the faint hearted or the sheltered traveller. On the ground floor there are scores of men trying to sell you rooms, watches, clothes and...More
Myself and my boyfriend booked to stay here for one night. It was a bit intimidating with all the men trying to sell you rooms, bags and pretty much everything else. We did pay a cheap price so I didn't have high expectations.
I went to Hong Kong alone and stayed in the hotel for two days. I was given a very small room that had no space for me to move around. The photos of the hotel can be very decieving as some of the rooms only...More
The hotel entrance was a bit narrow but hotel staff were nice. it has string wifi connection and very friendly staff especially John and Harry. However, it is situated in a building where there are very small stalls on the lower levels. Quite reasonable for...More
US$17 - US$73 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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