Qufu International Youth Hostel Reviews
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This hostel atmosphere is so good. you can meet lots of people from other country. The location is perfect for sight seeing.
Qufu International Youth Hostel is honestly one of the best hostels I've stayed in in China. The rooms were clean, the beds comfortable, the shower hot and well-pressured. The common area has a pool table, plus the restaurant has under-priced (read: 15-20 RMB for both Western and Chinese dishes, with a few more expensive choices at around 25-30 RMB). The location is great, as well - inside the ancient city, within 15-20 minute walk from all 3 Confucius sites. No complaints!
Do not go there unless you speech Chinese...we planned to stay 2 days but one night was enough to put us off...nice town thou but I have only bad words for the hostel...room wasn't clean for wks (hair on the floor, full bin), hard bed, bathrooms outside, salty food, no English map and the list goes on...
I have had a very good feedback and very helpful staff. Rooms are quite good, few common toilet for many rooms.
Very nice courtyard to sit outside and enjoy breakfast, dinner or a coffee. Great bar to have a beer in the evening. Very friendly and helpful staff.
I have three reviews so I'll talk more about the bar. The bar has a good free pool table. There is also an area for live music for anyone who likes to sing and play the electric guitar. One of our party, a professional musician, appreciated it in particular. There was an excellent selection of a western food at good prices. Cards and other games are available.
A good place to stay. The bar area was excellent and the food and drink prices were reasonable although the beer could have been cheaper. The major downside was the broken shower and toilet. We had to go to the back of the hostel to use the shower and toilet. The location was perfect, right inside the city walls and convenient placed for all of the SanKong (three Confucius sites). The hostel was very secure with a locked door at the front.
I stayed for three nights in this hostel in a double room. Location is perfect, rooms are really clean, withs towels and soap. Staff doesn't speak english very well but they hardly try to help you. It has a bar, but i don't recomend chinese meals. Good atmosphere. Irecomend this hostel if you go to qufu.
Nice staff. Good value money-quality. If I came again I will like to sleep in the same hostel.
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 25-30
- (1 review)
It's a cute little hostel. I had a double twin private with bathroom and they provided towels and hand towels and soap. Didn't expect that. Overall it's clean, but since it rained a lot, the rooms would have mosquitos. I'll recommend you to wear insect repellent to sleep. The staffs' English is very poor so beware if u want to ask something specific. I did have a rude awakening at 2am in the morning by a guest asking if I have cigarettes
Very good location, not far from any sights. dont order pizza in the bar its really bad. If you sleep in dorm room beds, be prepared for a hard mattres. Also if you go there, look out for the guy practising kung fu in the bar ;)
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 18-24
- (1 review)
nice, clean hostel. the staff is really friendly and helpful. the location is convenient to access all of the main attractions in Qufu. food and drinks were reasonable and they provide linens/lockers. however, access to the public showers/sinks are not very conveniently located, you have to walk downstairs and through a open courtyard to use them. in the winter that must be brutal. also, they have a curfew of 11p. Qufu doesn't have much nightlife but that is really early to close down shop.