I had an awkward 12 hour layover in Hong Kong (7pm to 7am) and didn't want to attempt sleeping in airport chairs so I stayed here. As others have said the outside looks sketchy, but it's lovely inside. The lack of a true common area does mean people congregate in the hallway until one am, but it is a hostel so, to some degree, that's expected. Overall it was super convenient, clean, and comfortable.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Check Inn HK is located in the heart of Hong Kong Island. Our hostel is well-connected to most tourist spots and is close to the metro. This is also the ideal place for tourists who come to HK for a Chinese visa as our hostel is just a five-minute walk from the office.Our family-run hostel aims to provide you the best hostel experience. Our friendly and well-trained staff are always ready to give you information about Hong Kong and China. We also provide a number of free services for our guests, such as irons, Wi-Fi, computers, hair dryers and adapters.This is also a place for people who like to make new friends. As the hostel is a small one, guests find it easy to chat with each other in the cosy lounge area. Our staff regularly organize dim sum gatherings and hiking activities for guests who have a taste for activities other than shopping and drinking.Check Inn HK - a place you could call home. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Check Inn HK Hong Kong