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Hostel rooms

Y-Loft

Overseas and local youths or organizations are welcome to make long-term or short-term visits at Y-Loft. Public transport is readily available with our neighbouring MTR Chai Wan Station. The 148-room Y-Loft is located in Youth Square’s Main Block and Hostel Block. Room selection includes Twin Rooms, as well as Triple Rooms, House of Six, Duplex and Accessible Rooms.

ROOM FEATURES

Simplicity and comfort are the key focuses to our hostel rooms’ design. Each room is completed with household furniture, 32″ high definition LCD TV, separate shower room and washroom, hair-dryer and towel. Hostel guests can also enjoy free local calls in their own room.

  • Twin Room
    Twin Room
  • Twin Room With Balcony
    Twin Room With Balcony
  • Triple Room
    Triple Room
  • Duplex
    Duplex
  • House of six
    House of six
  • Accessible Room
    Accessible Room

ACCESSIBLE ROOM

Accessible Rooms’ widened corridor and room are designed to deliver the same comfort and peace of mind to our visitors with disability. Other in-suite accessible facilities include sliding doors, wheelchair ramp, accessible shower room and washroom.

BOOKING & COMMENTS FROM GUESTS

 

QUALITY SERVICE

Certificate of Excellence awarded by TripAdvisor recognising The Top-Performance Business with 4 stars for three consecutive years in 2012, 2013 and 2014.

 

Awarded to Y-Loft, 2014 Winner, Certificate of Excellence by Tripadvisor  Awarded to Y-Loft, 2013 Winner, Certificate of Excellence by Tripadvisor  Awarded to Y-Loft, 2012 Winner, Certificate of Excellence by Tripadvisor 

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