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Stayed here for one night in one of the dorms. We had to move twice because the aircon was blowing hot air, and we ended up in the smallest of the 4-bed dorms. It was quite ok, but very cramped and almost no room for...More
This hostel was the worst of all the hostels in all eight cities we visited during our trip to China in December 2011. First, the hostel name on the building doesn’t match the name online. We weren’t sure if it was even the correct one...More
We were there 3 nights and each of them in a different room. They told us they had a double room but afterall was a mistake and we had to change everyday.
Anywise it's clean and the common area it's really nice. The breakfast is...More
The location is near the train and bus station, but it's down a little street and up some stairs. Tough if you have lots of luggage.
This hostel is economical however nothing special, rooms are small. There is a co-ed shower/toilet that looks newer than...More
The primary benefit of this hostel is the location near the airport shuttle stop and railway station. It is far away from the downtown attractions and in a sketchy alleyway. The facilities are in desperate need of renovation: shower doors won't close, there is no...More
US$ 10 - US$ 15 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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