Zhangjiajie Bajie Youth Hostel Reviews
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Great place, very helpful staff! Stayed in a private room.
This hostel was ok, need to work on the staff cause only a few could speak English and the ones that can't just ignored us and acted like we wasn't their, but their is a very helpful staff member who comes round 7-9 at night and talks about the national park which was a big help so thumbs up for that.
Was really hard to find, directions should definitely be changed! Impressed with the talk every night about the national park in English made our trip as we went and stayed in the park! Need stricter rules with no food in the rooms though as we had ants all over ours and heard mice or rats in our stuff in the night.
Lovely hostel, staff spoke good English and went the extra mile helping us with buses-called them when we were running late to ask the coach to wait for us. Twin room was comfortable and clean. The hostel is by a few karaoke bars so bring some earplugs if you're a light sleeper! Supermarket super close and bus stop. Plenty of info on National park. Confusing to find at first, just go up the steps into the complex and you'll see it! Overall we liked this hostel, really nice balcony seating!
Beds were comparable to lying on the floor. I wasn't keen on the toilets and there was never toilet roll. Staff booked me into the national park hostel with no problem and where helpful with information about it. Wifi was good!
Great hostel, would have been better if there was a kitchen and food provided!
- Novice Nomad
- Couple, 18-24
- (1 review)
A bit hard to find by yourself - it is on the corner of the main road next to the bank. It takes about an hour to get to Zhangjiajie Park each way which is why I would recommend staying in the sister hostel in the park itself - unfortunately it was fully booked when I was there.
We stayed one night in Downtown Bajie and one night at the Bajie scenic spot in the mountains. Both Hostels were difficult to find and more suited for summer stay. Unfortunately we were unlucky with the weather and the heater costs extra in the Downtown Bajie (as do several other services) and in the scenic spot theres nothing to heat up the room at all. The Bajie at the scenic spot is on top very poor on cleanliness and facilities. The bathroom was moist and mouldy.