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Day Hostel Reviews

Flat D6, Block D, 10 Floor, Chungking Mansion, 36-44 Nathan Road, TST, Kowloon, Hong Kong, Hong Kong

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97 Total Reviews
  • 73%Value For Money
  • 71%Security
  • 93%Location
  • 73%Staff
  • 56%Atmosphere
  • 64%Cleanliness
  • 58%Facilities

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Come with low expectations and you'll not be too disappointed. Cheap for HK. Not nice, but satisfactory for a one night stop over for party goers.

  • 27th Jul 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • England
  • Male, 25-30
  • (1 review)


Everything is fair, except the rest room, only one rest room for 5 rooms where every room from 2 to 6 persons n cleaness of d rest room need to be improved


Security was poor, the lock on the door to the room didn't work and the PIN safe didn't inspire confidence as the code could be reset without entering the chosen code. The aircon was broken for the whole five days of my stay, to the discomfort of my roommates, we were also woken at 2 a.m. by the staff dragging in a stretcher bed to add an overbooked 7th guest to the already cramped 6 person room. To the exception of these the room is neat and clean, but the service leaves much to be desired.


Air-cond was broken down but no repair for >5days. 6-person dorm became 8-person dorm, different from what i booked.

  • 23rd Jul 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Malaysia
  • Female, 18-24
  • (1 review)


All of the Hostels in Chungking Mansion are the same and run by some sort of connection. Security: You get a safe which is good but there are staff and other people running in and out all the time. Location is good, next to the subway. Lots to see. Staff's english very poor, not friendly or welcoming or helpful. Atmosphere didn't exist in this little stinky hole. Cleanliness: Bedbugs, dust and rust. New towel every day. Value for money: Well if you don't care. Facilities: Wifi barely worked...


This hostel was terrible, the worst one Ilve ever been to, do not stay here. There are hawkers on the entire first floor and very intimidating, especially for women so I didn`t feel safe. My friend and I were moved three times since the staff made a mistake and overbooked. They moved our things while we were away without asking and gave us a worse room instead of our original one.


Fantastic place, got bumped up to a double for the same price as a dorm. The staff were great fun :) The elevator location was hard to find. When you go in the main entrance, take the first right and then the first left. Madness on the ground floor but dont let that put you off, the hostel is great. Rooms on the 10th floor are new and like a hotel.


Great location but dirty and in a dirty building.


I was sent down to the Singh Hostel when this one was overbooked. The dorm was tiny, but surprisingly clean, including the bathroom. Good AC, comfortable enough beds, and consistent hot water. The rooms lock with keys and the hostel locks with a keypad, although the codes are somewhat obvious. If you're traveling on a backpacker budget, don't mind a tiny room with a 1 meter square bathroom and shower, and are comfortable in the Chungking Mansions, this is terrific value for the money.


Take the A21 from the airport. Very cheap and good location.


Crazy Indian people who are doing their best to make you feel comfortable. A bit chaotic but I had a nice stay!

  • 17th Jun 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Netherlands
  • (1 review)


We were first shocked to see such a small room, but then again, we knew it was Hong Kong where space is at a premium so it was understandable. Also, the facilities and security, the location etc, all are really good. It is at Nathan Road which is the prime area in Hong Kong. Overall, it is a great place for someone who wants to stay in Hong Kong at a low budget and with basic amenities. The staff and owner Mr. Dhillon are all very helpful and good people.

  • 16th Jun 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • India
  • Male, 31-40
  • (1 review)


good location, friendly staff, you got what you paid.


Don't be fooled by the photos, this isn't a flashy place to stay at. The walls are moldy, the whole place is run down and falling apart, and the building and elevators are always packed to the gills. However, this is HK, so that's what it's like, and you won't find anywhere cheaper or more convenient. Most of the staff are generally helpful, and they actually do a decent job of cleaning the place. It's just that the building itself is pretty disgusting, but there's nothing they can do about that


We stayed for two nights at the hostel. I can say it is good value for money considering the location and accessibility to public vehicles and cleanliness which are two main points that add up to the affordability of the hotel. Days Inn is for those who are just travelling and exploring the city and are on a budget and not keen on luxury and space.

  • 5th May 2013
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Philippines
  • Female, 31-40
  • (1 review)

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