Welcome to New Peking Guest House, your Hong Kong “home away from home.” New Peking Guest House aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade (0.1 mi) and Central (1.2 mi), guests of New Peking Guest House Hotel can easily experience some of Hong Kong's most well known attractions.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as air conditioning, and guests can go online with internet access offered by the hotel.
While in Hong Kong, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from New Peking Guest House Hotel, including OZONE (0.9 mi), Tim Ho Wan (Central) (1.2 mi), and Aqua Roma, Aqua Tokyo & Aqua Spirit (0.2 mi).
If you’re looking for something to do, Hong Kong Skyline (0.3 mi), Victoria Harbour (0.3 mi), and Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck (0.9 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of New Peking Guest House.
New Peking Guest House puts the best of Hong Kong at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
i stayed in this hotel for 2 nights .tiny unconfortable room.except the friendly girl from philipines enveything was wrong .to make it worse i was charged twice .the good side of the hotel is the location in the heart of hong kong tsim sha tsui .
New Peking Guesthouse is suprisingly a very clean hostel inside Chungking Mansions. Even though the room is very small for three people, I think the space is acceptable given the sizes of rooms generally in HK. The beds were clean, though a little hard but still comfortable. We were given extra pillows free of charge. The towels were also replaced everyday. The ensuite bathroom was very small but there was a heater and a bathtub. Also, there were drinking water available for all customers. Tip: Bring a water bottle to save money. You can refill your water bottle before leaving the hostel for the day. Wi-fi is free but sometimes, there were problems with the connection. The downside for the hostel are the lobby and the elevators. The building could be a bit shady to people as there were a lot of Indians at the lobby pestering people and offering accommodations to all guests. All you need to do is brush them off. There are only two elevators inside the building. It will really take time when using it as these are also the elevators used for delivery of supplies of each guesthouse per floor and other tenants of the building. Overall, I would still recommend this guesthouse for the promixity to various restaurants, stores and supermarkets as well as the cleanliness of each rooms. The rates are also affordable if you're on a tight budget and would just want a clean place to sleep in HK.…
Ordinarily I would give a 3* or even a 4* considering the absolutely lovely owner who would do anything. However... the rooms are tiny. The walls are tiled giving a bathroom feel and the light poor giving a dinjy feel sadly. It was very clean and the shower very good. But I paid $50 a night which is a record for my own hostel(complete website name yourself) use and sadly the very poorest value for money! God, and I've not mentioned the lifts (see other reviews) or raved about the location.
My friend and I stayed 2 nights here. This is my second stay over in Hong Kong. The service was brilliant we didn't even need to ask the questions before we were given answers we would have needed to seek! However, I would like to warn people about the area. Although I didn't feel particularly unsafe, you are going to be assailed by all sorts of people on your way in selling everything from tailored suits to hash! Best to just ignore them. The elevator was also a problem, you wait for ages to get down again. On the plus side there is somebody manning the elevator at all times on the ground floor and once you are used to the riffraff outside it becomes easier. The location is also great, it's very central and there are a number of MTR entrances in the vicinity. The service makes the downstairs issues bearable and I would recommend this guesthouse to anybody.…
We had missed our flight to Hanoi on January 1 and had to look for a new hostel, because our previous one in Hong Kong was full. Because of the good reviews we went to New Peking Guesthouse and felt immediately very welcome. The private room was cheaper than our previous dorm and was neat and clean. Two beds were a bit hard to sleep on, but comfortable enough. Private bathroom which is cleaned daily with fresh towels every day. We hung our own towels to dry in the corridor and the owner couple delivered these to us after they had cleaned them, a great piece of service! Free wifi and in the middle of Kowloon a.k.a. the place-to-be.