About this listing
The hub where Hong Kong's creative scene starts its day; a unique, diverse living space in the heart of Sham Shui Po that boasts eleven stories of artists, journalists, musicians, designers, teachers, comedians, curators and wing chun disciples.
A creatives' hub filled with vintage furniture and cultured magazines, the hostel has a spacious 1000sqft bedroom apartment with a lot of surprises to be found through the details.
Our communal kitchen which is also a small cinema, selected record store and gallery.
Patio next to the bedroom for chilling and smoking.
Prebooked breakfast served each morning until 1pm
Free Wi-Fi internet access throughout the house
Creative, cultured travelers could enjoy meeting other artists-in-residence who actually live upstairs and learn more about local culture by speaking to the friendly reception. Please let us know if there is anything else we can do to help
In the middle of Prince Edward, Sham Shui Po and Tai Kok Tsui, you could experience the night market, street food, accessories shopping and flower/ bird market like a real local.
10 mins walk to Exit C2, Prince Edward MTR train
15 mins walk to Mongkok East KCR train
1.5 hour Cross-border buses to China (Shenzhen, Guangzhou, etc)
20 mins MTR to Central
30 mins bus to Tsim Sha Tsui Pier and experience the Nathan Road - Neon signs inside a post-colonial double decker!!
- FREE WIFI
- FREE Luggage Room for backpacks and small lockers for valuables
- Air-con inside your room so you could adjust your own room temperature
- ride around like a local with our "red phoenix", many interesting sights to explore around the hood! :-)
-Prebooked breakfast served each morning until 1pm
Our Rooftop is in the middle of old and new Kowloon, you could enjoy the view of the Lion's Rock and chill when the sun is not too out...
Interaction with Guests
Book a bicycle; enroll in a leather making or laser-cut workshop; join the barista to learn how to make a perfect cup of cappuccino or simply learn more about how they roast their beans!
30 creative studios where they actually live there. With a combination of different workshops, you will never be bored.
Walking, running and cycling tours happen periodically.
Other Things to Note
Explore Sham Shui Po like a local, take loads of pictures inspired Wong Kar Wai's universe...
Please be nice and respect the house rules!