Kowloon Budget Hostel
Hostel | Flat A2, Block A, 3/F, ChungKing Mansions, 36-44 Nathan Road, Kowloon Hong Kong, Hong Kong 852
48 out of 113 customers would recommend this property
Recent review (27/02/2012)
Roderik Jan Akkerman thinks…
"perfect location nice people definetly good for one week only comment beds are quite hard en small."Read all Kowloon Budget Hostel reviews
- Air Conditioning
- Credit cards accepted
- Car Parking
- Self-catering Facilities
- No curfew
- Currency Exchange
- Free city tour
- Secure lockers
- Lounge area
- Internet / Wi-Fi
- 24 hour reception
- Safety deposit
- 24 hour hot showers
- Tours/Travel Desk
- Washing machines
- Wheelchair accessible
- Laundry service
- Reception (limited hours)
- ATM / cash machine
- Elevator / lift(s)
- Internet access in public areas
- Pets allowed
- Airport Pickup USD 120.00
- Luggage Room
DEPOSIT - Any bookings if arrival time after 6:00PM Hong Kong time, hostel request 20% deposit to full secure the booking. - In peak seasons, hostel request 20% deposit to full secure the booking. Any booking cancellation or amend need made 00:00 hotel local time 14 days before your date of arrival by email, phone calls not accepted. Otherwise, or in case of a no-show, the entire stay will be charged.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 14 days before arrival (local time). Payments made to HostelBookers are non-refundable.
Earliest check-in: 14:00
Latest Check-out: 11:30
Group of 15 or more traveling to Hong Kong?Contact us directly
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- Group Booking (book more than 1 room) will need extra deposit after booking made.
- Hotel will send confirmation email after made booking to confirm the checkin time and deposit payment.
Any booking cancellation or amend need made 00:00 hotel local time 14 days before your date of arrival by email, phone calls not accepted. Otherwise, or in case of a no-show, the entire stay will be charged. Read more
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|Private Rooms A private room is a room that is not shared with other people from the property – in other words, you book and pay for all the beds in the room. If you are traveling alone, for example, but want to book a double room, you must pay for two people in order to book the whole room.|
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About Kowloon Budget Hostel
Our reception office is only on: Block A, 3rd floor in Chunking Mansions
We don't have an office branch in other place!
Our group name is only: HOSTELHK Group.
Please beware of the FAKE.
What to see, where to eat and where to stay, Chungking Mansions could be listed under all of these categories.
A Hong Kong landmark, made famous by Wong Kar Wai of Cannes fame, the mansions have become an attraction in their own right.
Housed inside a maze like structure, Chungking used to be the first point of call for immigrants from every nation.
Today it is still Hong Kong's centre of multiculturialism,
famous in the city for its excellent Indian and Pakistani food,
while its bargain basement guesthouses and hostels have been attracting backpackers for years.
Chungking Mansions is a famous building in Hong Kong, China. It is located at 36-44 Nathan Road in Tsim Sha Tsui.
The building is well-known as nearly the cheapest accommodation in Hong Kong with a single bed of US$10 one night.
Though the building is supposedly residential, it is made up of many independent cheap hotels, shops, and other services.
The strange atmosphere of this building is sometimes called by some 'the scent of Kowloon's Walled City'.
Chungking Mansions features a labyrinth of guesthouses, curry restaurants, African bistros, clothing shops, sari stores, and foreign exchange offices.
It often acts as a large gathering place for some of the ethnic minorities in Hong Kong,
particularly Indians, Middle Eastern people, Nepalese, Sri Lankans, Bangladeshis, Nigerians, Europeans, Americans, Pakistanis, Asians, and many other peoples of the world.
The building was completed in 1961, at which time Chinese residents predominated. Now, after more than four decades of use, there are nearly 4,000 people living in the Mansions.
With this lively mix of guest workers, mainlanders, local Chinese, tourists and backpackers, the Chungking neighbourhood is one of the most culturally diverse locations in Hong Kong.
In a study by CUHK anthropologist Prof. Gordon Mathews, it is revealed that there are people from at least 120 different nationalities who have passed through Chungking Mansions in the past year.
In the issue of 'TIME Magazine' on May 7, 2007, Chungking Mansions was elected as the Best Example of Globalization in Action in its annual feature The Best of Asia.