K & B Hostel
Lonely Planet review
This is the most decent guesthouse in New Lucky House and each of the nine ultraclean guestrooms has a phone, TV and shower. The affable owner, Kevin Koo, is a keen hiker and he’ll invite guests out with him for country walks on Sunday. Mr Koo sometimes sends spillovers to Ying Pin downstairs, which offers basic accommodation. Hakka Guest House is between Jordan and Yau Ma Tei.
Our independent authors have visited K & B Hostel and selected this as one of our recommended hostels in Kowloon.
Services & facilities
- Internet access
- Free internet access
- Free Wi-Fi
- 24 hour reception
- 24 hour security
- Air conditioning
- Laundry facilities
- Linen included
- Towels included
Description provided by property
Paul Smitz, Lonely Planet author:
'' This well-maintained guesthouse is home to 10 immaculate rooms and is one of the best budget dealsThis is the nicest guesthouse of those found in New Lucky House and each oth the nine ultraclean guestrooms has a telephone, TV, air-con and shower. The affable and helpful owner, Kevin Koo, is a keen hiker and he will often invite guests out along with him for country walks on Sunday. ''
We have history, being well-regarded in several editions of LP HK, the Hakkas had been operating for 20 years in Nathan Road, Jordan, where in between the properous Mongkok and TsimShatsui (Both 15 Mins by foot).
When you get down to the street from Hakkas, you can see the full-of-neon-light Nathan Road and thrill by the dynamic HK.
Being famous tourist spots, MK and TST's hostels and restaurents are oftenly expensive. For those who want to save money, avoid air pollution in too properous area but still enjoy quality service, you may choose Jordan as your resdential.
Several guesthouses are located in the New lucky house. Some strangers may approach you and claim to be our staffs, misled you to other guesthouses. Make sure you are in the right place before you pay.
4.Sai Yeung Choi Street (Concentrates electronic products, Sports goods nearby)
5.Hk Space Museum
5.Avenue of Stars
6.Clock Tower, Star Pier
7.HK History Museum
8.HK Museum of Art
The owner, Mr. Kevin Koo, could speak five languages including Mandairn, Cantoness, Hakkaness, English, Indonesian.
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