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some people seemed to like this place. However, I was robbed for 850 dollars, so I will never return here or probably ever to Hong Kong. Staff was nice, people were nice in general, just like at most hostels, however, having my money stolen is...More
The location is good; the accommodations are pretty basic-- I was in an 8-bed dorm and they really cram you in there. My bunk bed was super rickety so whenever I or my bunk mate moved the whole bed shook (I felt worse for her...More
Having stayed here before and absolutely loving it (in a 6 bed dorm), I was expecting great things! The staff were still great and really helpful; the location was still brilliant and the place was still clean and tidy.
However, I was very disappointed with...More
Visited earlier in the year. Place looks much better with the renovations. More rooms, great lounge. It's location is really good. A short walk away from a metro station. Very friendly and helpful staff.
Check Inn is a great 'affordable' hostel on Hong Kong Island. The staff is incredible (especially Chee Man and Austin McNiff, two great members of staff). The hostel also organises trips to Happy Valley and Pub Craws - the perfect way to meet other travellers....More
$26 - $152 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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