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Holiday Guest House in Chung King Mansions was a Simple Budget Guest House, value for money, excellent location, all kinds of north Indian and south Indian food available in those small restaurants in the ground floor which looks like a street market.
We as a...More
A friend told me i could guet chesp and good accomodation here... but not only the room looked like a prison cell, the drunk indian at the reception eas mean and rough... hell out of this pit... will not cone back
I've stayed at no less than 30 different guesthouses in Chungking and Holiday is the best one so far, which is why I've stayed there my last four or five visits. The place is clean, no rodents or pests, everything works, Wifi signal strong, English...More
People who have classed this as anything above "terrible" clearly need their heads testing!!
I wouldn't let Osama Bin Laden stay here. It's horrific!! Another let down by booking.com!!
There are grotty "rabbit runs" for corridors, moss growing up the walls, blood on the floor....More
Great location, very clean rooms, felt very secure. I ended up staying here because my first lodging didn't work out.
My room had two exhaust fans, an AC, and a ceiling fan.
My room had tile floors and walls which also kept the room cool....More
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