The staff is not so friendly, only the man behind the desk is friendly. The womens are infriendly, did not feel welcome to ask a question. They are calling behind the desk, looking for an hotel or vacation. Not nice. Also the beeping system on the doors are very annoying, every morning we became awake because of the non stop beeping. The private rooms are expensive 500$ for 6 nights. Booked with booking.com, did not know we had to pay 10% service charge!
The cutest hostel I have visited to date. Absolutely spotless. Lovely touches throughout to make the stay comfortable and homely. Hot showers, fast WiFi and great amenities. Little curtains around each bed for privacy. Great helpful staff 👍🏻
It's so rare that I can name a place my perfect stay in each city that I've visitted, and Hop Inn is one of them. Very easy to find, so chic and artsy place, so value for money, and you can't beat the location. This artsy butique/ hostel is so cute and comfy that I will be their regular customer again in the neat future. Really love the cozy sofa in the common area and the rooftop garden. Highly recommended!!!
Good hostel with a cool atmosphere. Good common area to meet new people very cozy. Great location basically right beside TST metro! The rooms were basic and clean and the bathrooms were very nice, shared bathrooms. Overall a good stay! Would recommend as far as HK hostels go!
The hostel is in dirty building, but inside is clean and tidy, bed is also clean. Public space is not big,but there are enough toilets and showers in small hostel. The location is very good, you can enjoy the famous harbor view spot of Hongkong by the walk, you can take 5 minutes to closest station in subway. I can take better rating if the price is more attractive...
Location of Hop Inn was good, in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui. Short walk to subway, lots of restaurants and shooing. The room was clean, tidy and functional. Receptionist was friendly and provided helpful information including usage of common area. For the price pillow and mattress could be more comfortable, room upkeep needs to be done.
The Hop Inn is in a great location, close to 2 subway stops, with plenty of street food, bars, restaurants and shopping nearby. Our room was a small compact with ensuite. There was a small common area with hot and cold water and fridge space for guests, and a rooftop patio. Our room was near the elevator and common area and it was a bit noisy at times.
The staff was pleasant and friendly. The location was good, very close to the harbor. This is a youth hostel! Please note this before booking. The hotel description did not mention this. Oh wait this is not a hotel! The room size was standard for Hong Kong. The room and amenities are in dire need of refurbishment. Everything looked old and dirty. Our room was located just around the corner from the reception desk. This made it noisy, conversations and the ringing telephone could be heard. I would not recommend this property.
We really liked this spot! Very cool vibe and like a minutes walk from the MTR. A tad tricky to find, but of you follow their directions its easy enough. Rooms are super cool and arty, small - but what you would expect for HK.
i came here for one night and at the beginning i was one a 4 ppl mixed dorms... after traveling for a while i found dorms a nice surprise, you get to know new people and although you are sleeping in the safe room with strangers you still feel safe. it wasn't the case here - i came to the hostel which was in a strange building in an area that smells like cigarettes, after coming to the hostel i got my room which had a 50 years old women and an old chinese person (about his 60s), it was 5pm and they were both sleeping and had food all over the bed area. i kinda ran out there to sit in the common area. after understanding that i can only stay there until 11pm, and understanding that my safety is more important than 50$, i decided to move to a private room. it was a good thing to…