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Room were sort of more spacious than the ones in Chungking Mansion. The filipina staffs were kind and helpful. They always change our bedsheet and towels everyday. The only downside..they don't have a water dispenser and only provide water in pitcher.
Location is good but room is very small, TV not working.
Inside bathroom very small, difficult to move.
No breakfast, no water dispenser.
Poor hospitality. staff not friendly. First day stayed, they did not clean the room and not change the towel.
Lift very crowded.
Though located in Mirador Mansion, this hostel is neat right from the hostel entrance, to the reception until its rooms and bathroom. I booked through Agoda and they respond to all of my questions. The room was just right for 2 persons but nothing beats...More
My sister and I stayed in this hostel for 3 nights in the month of July (2017). For the price I paid, I found this accommodation reasonable👌🏼. Mirador Mansion might be daunting (but is definitely better than Chungking Mansion) at the oustide or at the...More
The room was small but it was perfect for a couple and really cosy. The people there were friendly and they clean the room and towels everyday. Perfect place to stay if you are visiting Hong Kong for more than 5 days. There is a...More
US$30 - US$225 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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