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We were very pleased (understatement) to finally arrive at Tina's after finishing the challenging trek. We had a very nice clean room on the top floor which of course had amazing views. Obviously a bit more pricey than the bunk room with shared facilities but...More
Hey, I know, it's a hostel, so it's not supposed to be a 3, 4, or 5 star hotel experience, but this may be the worst place I've ever had the displeasure to spend the night. Trouble is, there aren't many alternatives.
Why so bad?...More
My boyfriend and I hung out at Tina's for lunch before going down to the gorge. We felt very unwelcomed there: Tina seemed to not care about us at all. Didn't bring the menu, didn't get the order - even though we were the only...More
Stayed here for 1 night after walking some of the trail. We stayed in a private room which was adequate and clean enough. This is however the first place on our travels where the staffs attitude has been really terrible, and we ordered lunch, fried...More
Tina's was recommended to us as the place to spend the night after trekking the Tiger Leaping Gorge High Trail as I am a Hostelling International life member, and it is very convenient, being directly across the road from where the Trail pops out after...More
US$ 14 - US$ 18 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Yes, it does! I would imagine that you could make your train the same day (especially if you have your physical tickets beforehand). If you go to any train station in China you can pay a few yuan extra to get any of your... More
Yes, it does! I would imagine that you could make your train the same day (especially if you have your physical tickets beforehand). If you go to any train station in China you can pay a few yuan extra to get any of your future tickets printed. This might save you some time. Safe travels and enjoy the gorge!