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Perfect location, 10 min walk from the muslim quarter, 5 min to subway. Comfy beds, wifi works in the rooms! Your own electrical outlets for every bed & reading light. They did not have a pool like the description says, but you can use the one in the sister hostel just down the street a 3 min walk away. Great choice for when you are in Xi'an!
This hostel is quite amazing. They really know what their customers like: Huge, comfy bunks. Lockers for everyone. Perfect temperature. Location only a few minutes from city center. Super friendly staff. Clean bathroom. Rain-style shower head. Working wifi everywhere. Beer and some acceptable western style food (if you need that). The tour to the terra-cotta army is OK, but the group was a bit too large so we spent quite some time waiting here and there.
Our favourite hostel in china! The staff were great and we really loved the free activities at night which helped bring the hostel together and create a great atmosphere.
It is a great place for backpackers and all kinds of travellers! Very international and the staff is very helping and friendly. The prices for the food are quiet high though. The bar can be a bit loud bit the atmosphere is great. Bathrooms and sheets are clean and the tours are good. I stayed in a single room which was amazing. It was not extremely big but I had a very clean bathroom and a king-size bed. Location is very quiet in a side street not far from the city centre.
I only stayed for one night as they were fully booked. Beds are very comfortable. Location is excellent - I walked from the airport bus easily. Beer is expensive.
A very good hostel with very good comfortable beds and very good dorm rooms. I would recc this hostel. Staff are very helpful.
Really nice hostel. Staff was super helpful especially Rachel, who helped us get to the hostel from the airport really late at night.
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 18-24
- (1 review)
the resturant is a bit expensive but the food and coffee are great.the dorm room are highly recomended!.the tour are also very good
Great location, close to major sightseeing spots and to the railway station and metro. Big, clean rooms with nice showers and huge, very comfy beds. However the staff is not the best. There was supposed to be free pick-up from the station but no one came. And they wanted to charge us 150 yuan for calling the taxi! Ridiculous! Especially since the taxi ride would cost around 50 yuan. Also way overpriced restaurant.
The hostel is nice and well locate just a few minutes walk from the Bell Tower and the Muslim Market. It got a little noisy over the weekend but it was alright in general. The downside to this place is the front desk lady, I understand she was very busy but in general she was rude and not very helpful.
this is a nice hostel with good beds. however, the staff aren't friendly. they are nice, but they seem impatient and annoyed when approached. if you need to buy something from the hotel, they'll serve you, but just for travel advice, they seem too busy and moody. overall, it's a clean place, but the bathrooms aren't cleaned enough. the toilets always stink of dried pee. with up to 8 people using in one day, they should clean a little more. having said this, still a good place to stay.
A brilliant hostel/hotel. 2 floored café/restaurant/bar downstairs and then 4 floors of rooms above. The Staff - especially Rachel - made the place: she spoke perfect English and was very enthusiastic and friendly. Their tour to the terracotta warriors was good, and there was a free tour by the hostel most nights too - we went to the big goose pagoda for the evening light show - and even had a free beer on the way. Breakfast: omelette = 35yan, coffee = 25yuan, toast =10yuan.
Really nice hostel. The staff spoke English very well. Nice food, perfect place and atmosphere. Enjoyed staying here.
- Novice Nomad
- Couple, 18-24
- (1 review)
Such a great hostel to come to after a long train ride. I walked in to a live band playing and a full house within the common area. People were laughing and having such a good time (It was a friday night) PS. Do not pay more than 10RMB for a Taxi. The hostel had card key entry and a buzzer during late hours. THE MOST COMFORTABLE BEDS EVER!! Great showers. Study hostel map well, can be oversimplified and tricky. Hostel in great location. Great desserts/food, butExpensive. They have VPN on comps.
Great place to stay, so clean and the staff were really helpful. One suggestion is that they may need to give better directions from the subway. They said get off at the bell tower on the sub way - there is no stop that says 'bell tower' they need to be more specific and say it is the 'Zhong Lou' stop. Also provide just a few directions from there. One of our groups speaks a little chinese so we were ok but we would have been lost without him!! Overall great place!
- Novice Nomad
- Mixed Group, 31-40
- (1 review)
Can hardly omplain about this hostel at all. Great location and really good atmosphere in hostel. I ate several meals at the hostel restaurant. The food and coffee were excellent and relatively good value for western food
The hostel is amazing and great value for money for the rooms. The bar and food is, however, exceptionally expensive and 2 beers can easily double the cost of a nights stay.
One of the best all-round hostel I stayed in when I was in China. There was key-card access to the rooms. The beds were comfortable and the toilets/shower rooms were like that of a hotel. The common area on the first two floors was large enough to accommodate everyone and great for meeting fellow travelers. I think there's live music every night too.
It was my first time staying in a mixed dorm and it was okay. It is a little inconvenient if you're more conservative, but the guys were nice. You have the toilet and shower in the room both with locked doors. The staff were kinda friendly. I wish they smiled more. It makes you feel more welcomed. Also, there's a Hang Tang Inn on the same street. I was lost and ended up there and got confused. There's a bus that goes to the ter. warriors. Not worth going to qinshihuang's tomb; it's just a hill.