New China Yan Yan Guest House at Chung King Mansion

New China Yan Yan Guest House was our choice of stay for new year’s eve count down. Like Comfort Jordan Inn, we chose it because we knew that we would not spend much time in it (more time spent shopping and eating!) and budget wise it would be a more prudent choice…


About New China Yan Yan Guesthouse at Chung King Mansion

Located near the Tsim Sha Tsui MTR station, Yan Yan Guesthouse is one of the many hostels in Chung King Mansion…

 Chung King Mansion New China Yan Yan Hotel
Chung King Mansion New China Yan Yan Hotel

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Directory of block E Chung King Mansion

One of the reasons why we chose Yan Yan Guesthouse was because of its prime location. It is just a short walk from the Tsim Sha Tsui MTR station and is a great base for shopping and has close proximity (well walking distance for Kate and I) to the Victoria Harbour.

The tricky thing about locating New China Yan Yan is that Chung King Mansion itself is like a maze! Well, after circling the first level for like a 100 times, we realised that its layout is like a square with blocks located at its corner and centre of the widths.

The other thing is that the registration block may not be where your final room is. In our case, we registered at Block D level 9 before checking into our room at Block E level 8! The hotel is owned by Mr Stephen Lau who allowed us choice of the two remaining rooms. One was slightly bigger but was exposed (i.e. has a window to the streets) while the other room was smaller but had insulation from the cold as it was located on the inside of the building. We eventually chose the insulated one as it was the end of the year and it was getting quite chilly.


Guest room at New China Yan Yan Guesthouse

 Small but effective room at New China Yan Yan Guest House
Small but effective room at New China Yan Yan Guest House

 Room with TV and attached Toilet at Yan Yan Guesthouse
Room with TV and attached Toilet at Yan Yan Guesthouse

 photo Shower and toilet in room of New China Yan Yan Hostel
Shower and toilet in room of New China Yan Yan Hostel

The room is actually quite small, maybe about 8sqm. However, we think it is a “small but effective” room because it actually has a comfortable bed, a TV and an attached bathroom. The bathroom is small, you may have to squeeze quite a bit while bathing. Still, it had a privacy we preferred and was able to serve its purpose as a “sleeping” room as we headed out for Ocean Park!


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Map of Chung King Mansion – New China Yan Yan Hostel

New China Yan Yan Hostel Chung King Mansion
New China Yan Yan Hostel Chung King Mansion

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