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If you are travelling to HK, please choose something else, this hostel is crap in every sense you could imagine, rooms, housekeeping, elevators, everything!!...even the entrance is scary. Hong Kong os great but any place at the Chung King Mansion must be avoided.
Chungking Mansion was like a home of the Bombays and Indians. You can see a lot of them in the hallway. And I guess everywhere. I'm not against them, but they were too many to approach you for a business talk (accommodation). The way up...More
Hong Kong was our first destination on our travels and Chung King Mansions was the first place we stayed.
The lifts are horrible, tiny and constantly packed.
The rooms are like matchboxes and we had no hot water!
If this place ever went on fire...More
I was sexually assaulted by one of the doormen. His name is Zoheb he is from India and he is a bad man. Please be careful if you are alone. Other than that my experience was good, the rooms are good, it's quiet and clean....More
We stayed at the New Chung King Mansion in 2012, we had a room with 1 double bed.
The room was incredibly small but was clean, the main downside was the lift which took ages. The location is great, very central and we couldn't argue...More
USD 36 - USD 80 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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