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I had a really good experience staying at Germany Hostel! The location is great because it's right in TST, close to victoria habour and the metro station. The building itself is a very interesting place too.
Moreover, the staffs there are very friendly, especially Josie,...More
This place is superb. clean, secured free wi-fi and free coffee and tea. Staff are friendly and very accomodating. If stay for 3-4 nights staff will do a free laundry. Raj is nice, honest and take care of the guest. Location is a 5 min...More
I expected it to be normal but it was really good, specially the staff. They were so friendly and helpful. Mr. Raj also did my laundry which was nice of him to do so. They treat you as their family. I made a couple of...More
Tried to find the entrance, spent 15 minutes trying to find the elevator, whilst avoiding hundreds of men trying to sell stuff, yelling at me. Found the elevator where it said Germany Hostel - 6th Floor. Waited for the elevator for 10 minutes, got to...More
Booked this place online after seeing pretty good reviews on HostelWorld. Walking through Chung King Mansion trying to find the correct lift was difficult enough, after avoiding the seedy crowd trying to sell stuff. Waited about 15 minutes for the lift, ended up taking the...More
US$ 18 - US$ 78 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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