I had a pleasant stay in here.. I went with my 6yo daughter.. Hop inn have everything we need.. The microwave.. Tea and coffee and sugar for free.. Or you can wash and dry your dirty laundry on their laundry room.. Including iron your clothes.. I will stay in here again when I visit HK..
There are a few problems that i will mention which some people might not like. However I’m not a very picky person so it was fine for me. The great thing is the stylish decor and the friendly atmosphere of the lounge. The service was great, as is the amenities downstairs, which surprisingly goes unmentioned. Depending on the rooms there, the drawback can be the lack of cleanliness and the quality of staff. Perhaps that is why it’s not mentioned? That said, it can sometimes be a hit or a miss, but usually it is a hit with some discernment.
The place is hidden and a bit hard to find. The hostel is very small and tiny. De rooms are OK. If you have a bunk bed you have curtains so be sure to ask for that. The common room and bedrooms are very cold because of the air conditioning. Close to the centre. The rooms have seperate bathroom and toilet so that's a big plus. No showering on the toilet.
I had a really enjoyable stay in this hostel - I highly recommend the private rooms as they are reasonably priced and quaint. The hostel is right in the in middle of the main island so you have easy access to the shops, markets and ferry to HK island also. The staff were super helpful, explaining where the key spots were to visit and also giving my direction/ storing my luggage. Highly recommend!
The good: This hostel is in a fantastic area...close to many HK attractions, parks, the harbour, good food, and the subway. The hostel itself is cute, clean, and quiet. The dorm I stayed in had an ensuite shower and toilet, a window, as well as big under-bed baskets to secure bags in, so that was really nice. The (moderately) bad: My main complaint is the bunk bed set-up in the female-only dorm. There are privacy curtains around the bottom bunks, but not the top bunks...so the people at the top are completely open to the room, including the bright ceiling light fixture when anyone comes in and turns it on, or uses their reading light at night. The bunks are also pretty squeaky when you move around on the top, or come down. Overall these aren’t deal-breakers for me, but adding…