Hostel is nice and close to the entrance of the park. It was crowded and noisy as there was a tour group that arrived almost minutes after us but room was nice and facilities ok, although the room could be a little cleaner. Staff was nice and let us leave the clothes drying until evening even if we had already check out. Laundry was a little bit old and manual but still effective. Good place to stay if you just want to be close to the park. Ps. Don't miss the Tibetan restaurant crossing the st!
Hostel was very nice, staff attentive and helpful and the athmosphere very good (maybe due to heavy rain during the days we stayed but lounge was always packed with people hanging out). Location was nice next to West st but with two main drawbacks: 1: hostel is absolutely hidden in a small alleway making it almost impossible to find (even locals couldn't help and it was not nice the 30mins walk under heavy rain to find it; 2: it is close to clubs so a little noisy at night. Nice place in general
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 18-24
- (4 reviews)
Hostel was good and atmosphere very nice with many people on the lounge. A couple of drawbacks to improve: first, there is no wifi in the rooms and the internet in the old computers is almost useless due to the low speed (couldn't even get Gmail to load), second there were some really helpful, friendly and nice staff ibut there were other staff that was not that attentive and all they pointed out when asking for places to buy some food around, is the hostel's bar. Good place in general.
Hostel was clean and the old grandma at the hostel was nice and helpful. On the other hand, rooms were small (as everywhere in Hong Kong) although facilities in the room were not horrible for such a small one. A little negative note is the location with the entrance floor full of Indian people trying to trick you and the small elevator that takes long and can only fit 5 people very tight. Hostel is designed to sleep so no special atmosphere. Not bad in general for what it is.