Wuhan Pathfinder International Youth Hostel Reviews
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I was staying 2 nights at pathfinder's. The staff was friendly and could also speak english. I instantly got to know some other people, so the atmoshpere is really good. The rooms were simple but clean.
The staff was very helpful, the location was near a subway station, and nearby there's a great street with some nice cafes, the only negative was there's a curfew for the common area, and the room I stayed in didnt receive the wifi very well
The worst hostel I've ever been,very dirty, lots of mosquitos and spiders,very smelly everywhere,couldn't fall asleep at all! no locker in the room,shower place is very dirty as well, water is very small and not hot enough,had a cold shower.asked the receptionist for an anti mosquito machine,because they provide the anti mosquito chips but I could't find the machine in the room.the answer is: only if u can find it in the room! what an awful hostel! Only stay one night and would never come back!
Really bad experience. Dirty, unsafe, no wifi, no towel, shower under Chinese toilets so you can not even take a shower. Worst experience !
Excellent place to stay and enjoyed the bar in the evening and the live music and inexpensive drink, excellent value and close to subway. Comfortable twin room to myself, shower not brilliant. Good breakfast and efficient and pleasant staff. I am a UK citizen working in another Chinese city and was involved in a weekend Rugby tournament.
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 41+
- (1 review)
They have the nicest staff. They speak English perfectly, and even though I left my two towels in the room after I checked out, when I went back to ask for them, they had them, which I did not expect at all. Sure, the showers are a little bit dirty, but it is really comfortable, and it is perfect for staying a few days.
Very nice and cosy hostel, only the food and drinks are very high priced for a hostel, and also bikes are too expensive. The staff is very friendly and helpfull tho.
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 18-24
- (1 review)
Good located hostel next to a subway station. Huge commong room to relax and chill out. Prices for dishes are good. Rooms are nice and clean. The bedsheets need to be replaced though. They are to long in use and when they were supposed to be white, now they are yellow. Washing facilities are really not comparable to any european hostel. Overall a good place to stay for a couple of days. Wuhan has not so muvh sightseeing to offer. Greatings.
The hostel is safe, fun, and accessible. Our triple room had an air conditioner in good working order, comfortable beds, and a clean bathroom (with only a squat toilet, which was no problem for us, but could be difficult for others). As we were three people, I did once have to go use the shared bathrooms, which had not been cleaned in some time. There's a fun bar and cafe on site, as well as laundry. When we left, we were asked to bring our bedding to the front desk, while rushing for a train.