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Tokyo Hostel

(Reception @16/F )Block D, Flat D1, 8 th Floor, 36-44 Nathan Road, Chung King Mansion, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong (Show on map)

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Area: Tsim Sha Tsui Number of Rooms: 52

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Kevin R. Solo travelers United States of America, December 23, 2014
Good budget option, but overpriced

location, cleanliness, meeting other travelers
Stay was pleasant. Stayed for one night in a single, private room. The room is overpriced, but I wasn't in it except to sleep, anyway. The room was about the size of a western, bedroom closet. It was really clean and check-in was a breeze. WiFi was decent, but nothing to brag about. Overall, a fairly decent option.
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Ashkan S. Solo travelers Thailand, December 1, 2013
Super small room

good price
good but a bit noisy during night time double bed fit for one person
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Martyn J. Solo travelers United Kingdom, November 19, 2013
Just don't do it!

Central, cheap (for Hong Kong), free coffee.
There are two blocks of kennel-like hostels in Nathan Road - the Mirador and the Chongqing. Just say no to any Chongqing ones, like the Tokyo Hostel. The lifts are bad in both blocks, but in the Chongqing it's beyond a joke. When I stayed at in the Mirador block, the rooms were tiny, but at least the staff were friendly. No such luck in the Tokyo Hostel. They messed up my booking, so I was put in the wrong room, and then they kept forgetting about it, and pestering me all evening wondering what I was doing in that room. On about the third round on enquiries , one guy wanted to use the phone in my room to ask what to do, and he saw I'd put a towel on the floor to step on after having a shower, rather than tread on the filthy old mat provided. He seemed genuinely shocked, complaining that they have to wash those towels. So he accepted that the mat was too dirty for his towels, but perfectly fine for my feet. Kettle ran out of water (not trivial - tap water is non-drinkable, so kettle water is very important) and when I rang reception to get someone to re-fill, they were all asleep, at 9am in a 24hr hostel. Told the girl if only there had been some spare water containers,I would have gladly re-filled kettle myself - she put her hands to her ears. It was all too much, even the offer of help. They all just want to get back to sleep. Found everything about Chongqing Mansions extremely unpleasant. If I must return to HK in the future, I'll just have to dig a little deeper.
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Hasila H. Solo travelers Malaysia, November 10, 2013
Convenience and comfortable

Staff very friendly and helpful. the room also clean
Very comfortable and convenience. The staff even give us the larger room because low occupancy.
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Chen G. Solo travelers China, November 3, 2013

clean, location, valueable
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Sebastiaan H. Solo travelers Netherlands, October 30, 2013
Comfy and simple room

Private Room, TV and AC
Comfortable stay in a private room. Good location and great value for money.
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Jeff S. Solo travelers Malaysia, October 14, 2013
Cheap and Clean for stay at this hotel

Cheap, got wifi, and most importantly restaurants around the hotel.
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Rochelle G. Solo travelers Australia, July 14, 2013
Had a horrible nights stay

Central, cheap, different country powerpoints
The building itself feels unsafe. There are security guards around but I saw the police inside on my way out. Also the lifts are slow, small and always packed. The rooms are very small but come equipped with everything you need which is good for the price. However I'm fairly sure I got bites all over the back of my legs from the blanket. Also the rooms are not at all sound proof and it sounded like someone was pacing up and down the stairs all night, making it extremely difficult to sleep. If I was in Hong Kong for more than one night I would have been willing to pay five times as much to stay somewhere more comfortable.
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Karen B. Solo travelers Philippines, June 27, 2013
Easy access to all transpo

Friendly staff, affordable rates, near to subway train
Staff helpful,easy check in, near subway train station
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Sebastiaan H. Solo travelers Netherlands, June 27, 2013
Comfortable nights stay

The price, location and staff performance
Very comfortable stay in this budget hotel. Very clean rooms with own bathroom. Friendly staff who were very helpful. Bit of a hassle finding the correct elevator in the building but will definitely recommend this hotel to any traveler looking for a cheap and centrally located hotel.
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