Looking for a place to stay in Hong Kong? Then look no further than Tai Wah Boutique Hostel, a family-friendly motel that brings the best of Hong Kong to your doorstep.
As your “home away from home,” the motel rooms offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to a concierge, room service, and baggage storage while staying at Tai Wah Boutique Hostel.
Nearby landmarks such as Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade (0.2 mi) and Central (1.2 mi) make Tai Wah Boutique Hostel a great place to stay when visiting Hong Kong.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Capo, La Brata, and The Optimist, which are some Mediterranean restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out Hong Kong Skyline (0.3 mi), Victoria Harbour (0.3 mi), and Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck (0.9 mi), some attractions that are a short walk from Tai Wah Boutique Hostel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Tai Wah Boutique Hostel as you experience everything Hong Kong has to offer.
This was an excellent hostel to stay in for a few days in Mirador Mansion! The receptionists were friendly and welcoming. I felt safe and secure here and my room and bathroom was very clean upon check-in. Also, hostel was walking distance to the Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade & laser light show, subway stations, shopping and restaurants!
this will be the cheapest and neat accommodation you can get in Hong kong TST. mine was a solo trip in October 2019. this hotel is very near To TST metro station and walkable distance to avenue of stars. temple street and all. Room size is too small and bathroom is neat. we will get a common washing machine and hot water kettle for our use which is kept in the common area. no breakfast. if you are looking for cheapest and best available option- this hostel is for you. By the way this is the first time i tried a hostel.but I didn't feel any a difference between a hotel and a hostel. i got a separate room for a very cheap rate. there are lot of hostels in this building in different names under the same owner. even if you book an expensive room you might get a cheap room as per availability. so always book a cheap room in Mirador mansion.…
The rooms are very clean and well kept. The rooms was very small, but it's pretty normal for Hong Kong, but the bathroom was very big. The hostel is in a mansion with a lot of food shop at the first floor.A very convenient position. A place to rest after your long day and it is just right beside the MTR station.
I booked this hotel because it had a 9.0 rating for location. Using Google maps, we walked from the ferry terminal for around 30 min to find mirador mansion. When the elevator floor on the 8th floor opened, we were all shocked! The floor was dilapidated. It was dark and dingy.There were wet clothes hanging along the hallway! We could not see any sign of a hotel or hostel. A Chinese man in a tailoring shop in front of the elevator directed us to go further in the hallway. When we reached the door, it was locked. There was a phone hanging so we dialed 3x but no one answered!. We were about to go after waiting for 15 to 20 min when a lady carrying a handful of laundry arrived and directed us to come inside. She was the receptionist. We stayed for 3 nights and grew to like the place because it got everything we needed...adaptor, hot water, slippers, toiletries and more! The room was crampy but very clean. And the place is just a stone s throw away from the TST MRT station! I will definitely stay there again if I need to be in Tsim Tsai Tsui!…
Hong kong was the destination of this trip as my plan to join Marathon event on February 2019. Tai Wah Boutique Hostel was clean, cozy. This hostel was good for backpacker traveler, but not for family due to narrow space of the room. The hostel also near The Kowloon Mosque and public transportation.
I stayed in Tai Wah Boutique Hotel for 9 nights in Hong Kong. I booked it through Agoda. The price seems reasonable for me compared with other hostels in Mirrador and Chankin Mansions. I also found a lot of good reviews about that hostel. I did a right choice when I went to stay there. Chankin Mansion is busier than Mirrador Mansion so you need to be very patient with taking life up to your hotel rooms if you live in Chankin Mansion. I was lucky that I chose Mirrador Mansion which is less crowded and easy to go up and down the elevator. Both house keepers are also very nice to all their guests. They are from Philippines and do not serve you just for business in the land of Chinese who only care about money. They are working with loving kindness and passion. I think her name is Jenny. She even went out to say goodbye to me when I was about to leave. During my stay, my room was cleaned every day. They greeted me like a relatives whenever I meet. I did feel like home staying there. I would like to recommend this hotel to any budget travelers. Go and stay there and you won't regret it. It is an Oasis in the expensive Hong Kong.…
On the 8th floor of the Mirador Mansion. When you enter the building go to the elevator at the right side. There are to elevators, the 2nd gives access to the 8th floor. When you leave the elevator go to the left. You have to use the phone next to the entrance to call the receptionist. I had a double room with street view. Small room but everything you need is there. Right next to the MRT and walk distance to many city attractions.
As per the title, this place was exactly what we needed for a 1-night stopover. This place definitely stood out from some of its neighbours - some guesthouses/hostels in Chungking and Mirador Mansions are pretty scary so we were relieved to find a good spot to lay our heads for the night. It's in a great location, right outside the MTR, close to lots of good food, a 10-minute walk to the promenade/waterfront and 15 mins to the Temple Street market. The check-in lady was very friendly but a little confused and disorganized, although we ended up getting upgraded to a nicer room so we were happy with that. Room was simple with no frills, but tidy, clean, good AC, and just what we needed - we were very pleased with our stay here!
Located in Tsim Sha Shui. This place was pretty good. We stay for 2 days and the next day we went to Disneyland and went back to this place again. The room is quite small since we carried 3 luggage. How to get there from Airport ? Using A21 and it cost 33 HKD and half of it for the children, stop at #14. Walk a bit and you will find Mirador Mansion. In the Mirador Mansion, you will find lift that bring you to this place. The receptionist Miss Jenny was so helpfull. One thing that we really appreciate, when we leave the hotel to Disneyland, we ask Miss Jenny if we could put our big luggage there and carry the small one, because the day after that we would be back again in this hotel. Luckily, the hotel didnt charge us. Anyway: Recomendded, very close to MTR station, Very close to Light Show, Very close to market and surrounded by mall.…
Room were sort of more spacious than the ones in Chungking Mansion. The filipina staffs were kind and helpful. They always change our bedsheet and towels everyday. The only downside..they don't have a water dispenser and only provide water in pitcher.