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I was quite nervous after reading the reviews about the New Tokyo Hostel, but it actually wasn't so bad!
The rooms are tiny (they barely fit 2 people), and super basic - however, they have everything you need (comfortable bed, clean bathroom, safe, TV and...More
We found this hotel by chance after looking around in Chungking Mansions for a good while. Overall, it was a good decision to stay there, especially after some successful negotiations of a pretty good price. To our relief, the room was serviced well, and cleaned...More
Worst stay ever in my whole life. Booked 4 nights stay. My friend and I two person booked a quad room to get extra space because we understand the Hong Kong culture where rooms are particularly small if you wan to go budget way.
My Mrs brought me here as she's been coming to Chunking for years and told me I had to try it. This was my first time here and I thought it was great! We opted to stay here because of the price. It was a...More
To check in one goes to the Australian Guesthouse. I have stayed here before. They own about 8 hostel/guesthouses. I actually didn't stay in New Tokyo Hostel. I was in a different flat. The rooms are clean and the wifi is excellent. The rooms are...More
US$ 26 - US$ 156 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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