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Like another international city such as Tokyo and New York, it's not easy to find a place to stay overnight with reasonable price and convenient location. Do you know any? Share your information here!

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My friend from TW came to HK last month and stayed in Hop Inn. With limited location, he stayed in Hop Inn in Tsim Sha Tsui. The price is reasonable and close to MTR Station, Star Ferry and Ocean Terminal Shopping Mall.
And if you don't mind a little bit far away (about 15 mins to Causeway Bay / 20 mins to Central), you can try a new hostel - Y Loft in Chai Wan (5 mins walk from the Chai Wan MTR Station).
in Tsim Sha Tsui a lot of different hostels... Just get in to any Mansion, go to the waiting-lift area... then you will see that alsomst every floor has around 4-5 hostels... the price around 100-150 HKD
hello katze, i have stayed in several mansions located along Nathan Road for the past 5 years. Though i have never stayed in one that only costs 100-150 hkd. I have always paid 250-350 hkd a night. There's even a hotel called Dorsette in Yaumatei that costs less than 500hkd a night. Would you be kind enough to tell us which mansion or hostels cost only 100-150hkd? Maybe you can give the names, addresses, and phone numbers. Thanks in advance.
hi, i stayed there for 100 hkd per night, just to make the experience and it was a quite interesting experience but i think next time i will prefer a quite more expensive accommodation ;)

take a look at there, prices starts from 70 hkd: http://www.chungking-mansions.hk
hi, i stayed there for 100 hkd per night, just to make the experience and it was a quite interesting experience but i think next time i will prefer a quite more expensive accommodation ;)

Ha! Yes, agreed, 'quite an experience' that is!! :-P I will not stay in those places unless I am absolutely skint.

Chungking Mansions, by the way, is just as dubitable, in my opinion, although cheap - never more than 200 HKD a night.

I usually stay in Causeway Bay. The hostel I go to is 300 per night for a single room with a private bathroom. Cheaper if the bathroom is on the floor. Still cheaper if you share a room with one or two people.
Chung King mansion have rooms for 100-150 a night.

Mirador Mansion is next to Chung King and also have the same price range.

Floors varies, Mirador is easier, start at floor 8 and walk up to floor 13 and there is at least 1-3 guesthouse per floor (and a 24 hour internet cafe).

Both Mirador and ChungKing is opposite the new mall, think the name of the new mall is "I SQUARE" and the building colors is white/grey/blue-ish.

and ChungKing also have very good indian food, and lots of restaurants.

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