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Very nice place, good location. We were in a triple room with private bathroom. It was very convenient and clean. Nice breakfasts.
Beautiful hostel, the owners have invested alot in the furniture! However their standard of cleaning needs to improve. The shower area and toilet area was very dirty. Rubbish had not been removed. Staff not very helpful. Food and drinks far too expensive. Terracotta tour from the hostel was super. Daily newspapers available to read!
The hostel is great, one of the best hostel I have stayed. The rooms are very confortable, and perfectly clean. The bathroom inside the room, big, new, well equiped and very clean and confortable as well. The hostel is good located, in the old city center. The staff is helpfull. The downside it has no to much atmosphere in its common areas and the prices at the bar are very high. And please! if you put 3 big slices of bread in the toast dish, put more than one dose of butter and jam!
Really comfy beds and really nice showers! Most staff had good English, and I loved that you could give them postcards and they'd send them for you! I would really recommend this place to stay in Xi'an! They have loads of things to do on posters on the walls (we had a lovely hot pot at the king thanks for their recommendation!) and they do loads of activities for you to join in with!
The beds are amazing! Really big and comfortable. We had 3 person private room which was v spacious and well equipped with towels n shower shoes. The bar is nice and has live music. All the food n drinks are v western though with no local options available. It is therefore quite expensive. This was the only negative for us. Staff were polite and spoke good English. Definitely recommended.
The staff at the reception make such a noise talking and yelling to each other that mixed with the loudness, European songs does not make your time spent at the the bar pleasant. plus, if you don't take their tour to the Terracotta Army this is what may happen: - how to reach the train station? - (they ask you why and then) stop a taxi in the street - can you please call one (taxies don't stop) - we don't provide this service They don't even mention the bus 603
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 25-30
- (1 review)
Best hostel in Xi'an hands down! SUPER clean and modern feeling. At times it feels like you're staying in a hotel. Stay here for sure.
I was really impressed with this hostel because it is the closest that I've felt to staying in a hotel. The place has great wifi, a great common space for striking up conversation, organized tours to make your journey simple, and great coffee! I suggest that everyone who goes to Xi'an stay here.
More like a boutique hotel. Live music some nights, but it didn't get too loud...and my room was close to the music. Most aft is knowledgable.
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 31-40
- (1 review)
We loved staying at this hostel! The rooms were really modern and well furnished. The beds were the comfiest since we arrived in China! The staff are really helpful and friendly. There are great events organised every night and they offer lots of tours. We had a fantastic time!
The dorm beds were the most comfortable I've stayed in, very nice. Location was very good. Security was taken seriously with lockers and keycards to individual floors.
We really enjoyed our stay at this hostel. It's not far from the main train station, and not far from the Muslim quarter. The room was really clean and big. The staff was helpful. The breakfast you can eat there is simply amazing (good coffee, big dish of toasts, delicious muffins...) I really recommend to stay here.
Excellent room, it looked more like a hotel, comfy bed, super clean and great bathroom. The reception area was a café, good food and staff was helpful. The only downside is the price of the food at the restaurant. At night there are limited restaurant options around the hostel so they might have played on that and boosted their prices but other than that it's highly recommended!
We had a nice Stay at Han Tang House in an 8-bed dormitory. It's a big room, so everybody has enough space for his stuff. We also liked the free tour to the big goose pagoda on mondays and the helpful staff! We would comeback again!
I stayed in a dorm and then private room. The dorms are good. I disappointed by the private room. Being by the staircase and by the bathroom it was very very noisy and difficult to sleep. It was like someone was using the toilet in my room. Plus the laundry was next to the room and they began work around 6 am and noisy too. It is not really acceptable. I liked the hostel but if I were to stay again I would return toamdorm not a private room.
The world best hostel ever! I Was surprised by their facility and friendly staff plus location and so on. Perfect. 100%. ★★★★★.
We just stayed one night but had great memories. We can't remember the name of the girl who welcome us when we got there but she was really kind and helpful. All the staff was, but since we,ve had an exhausting long day, it was very nice having someone smiling when answering our questions and writing notes in chinese to help us to get our train tickets. We found the day trip to see the warriors a bit expensive since we had to pay food which was excellent even though.
Great service, great hostel! Excursion a bit expensive, but very entertaining!
The reception staff were knowledgeable and friendly; it was super easy to meet other traveller's at the bar and share travel ideas and stories; the band they had playing was great; the place was relatively clean and tidy in general. The price for the room was cheap. I just forgot how noisy it can be sharing with 7 other women in one dorm. not the hostels fault. There's a cheap supermarket across the street, and a super cheap noodle/bread stall across the road, cafes galore and a massage shop.