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Suzhou Blue Gate Hostel

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4.5km from city centre - Show on Map
8.4
Fabulous 162
  • Perfect Location
  • Marvellous Staff
Free WiFi

Blue Gate Hostel boasts comfortable dormitory rooms and private guest rooms, a great location that offers you most convenient traffic and easiest access to attractions,... More...

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Mingtown Suzhou International Youth Hostel

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4.9km from city centre - Show on Map
8.9
Fabulous 1217
  • Perfect Location
  • Marvellous Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Mingtown-Szuhou Youth hostel is the one and only LP Pickup Hostel in Suzhou, located on Ping Jiang road。。。。... More...

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Cendre Hotel(Suzhou)

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2.7km from city centre - Show on Map
9.1
Superb 5
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness

Cendre Hotel(Suzhou) is located in HuQiu Area in SuZhou... More...

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Suzhou Joya International Youth Hostel

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5.1km from city centre - Show on Map
7.7
Very good 143
  • Perfect Location

Joya International Youth Hostel, part of the old private residence of the Pangs, is located on the canal of the preserved old town area in Suzhou. It is a peaceful area within easy reach of most of th... More...

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Together · Venue Fawn Hostel Suzhou

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4.2km from city centre - Show on Map
8.3
Fabulous 7
  • Perfect Location

Conveniently situated in the centre of Suzhou, Together · Venue Fawn Hostel Suzhou is set 2.7 km from The Lingering Garden.... More...

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Slow Life Hostel

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2.9km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating 1
Free WiFi

Slow Life Hostel is located in Old Town of Suzhou.... More...

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To the west of Shanghai, romantic Suzhou has centuries of culture and art behind it. You can glide on a gondola through a latticework of glassy canals crisis-crossed with arched bridges, or discover Old China in a traditional teahouse. This is the birthplace of Kunqu opera (one of the oldest styles of Chinese opera), but the city's crowning glory is its classical gardens. You'll find over 60 of these flowery spaces lit by delicate paper lanterns at night, several of which are on the World Heritage List. 

In keeping with the city's cultural past, Suzhou hostels often have an artsy touch. You can stay in boutique accommodation with whitewashed walls and green tumbling plants, a traditional house with four-poster beds in private rooms or a contemporary hostel designed by a well-known architect. One Suzhou hostel even puts out its own weekly podcast. Expect social spaces like on-site bars, cafés and lounges, and most hostels in Suzhou have board games, books to read or even free postcards for you to send home.

The centre of Suzhou is Gusu District; this is where you'll find the city's oldest buildings, gardens and picturesque areas like Shantang Old Street and Pingjiang Ancient Street filled with bars, restaurants and teahouses. To the west is the Grand Canal, the longest and oldest man-made canal in the world. Head east for Suzhou Industrial Park, a large district containing most of the city's skyscrapers (including the 452-metre-tall Suzhou IFS Tower). To the south, you'll find a magical network of interconnected lakes and the picturesque Zhouzhuang Water Town.

While Suzhou is rapidly modernising, it's also home to awe-inspiring vistas locked in the past. Top picks include the 16th-century Humble Administrator’s Garden known for its zigzag bridges, or the Lingering Garden's ornate viewing pavilions. You can learn about the city's silk industry at the Suzhou Silk Museum, or experience a thrilling night-time opera performance at the Master of Nets Garden. For sweeping city panoramas and a landmark pagoda, climb Tiger Hill before spending a relaxed afternoon wandering the lantern-lit alleys of Zhouzhuang Water Town.

To get to Suzhou, it's best to fly into one of Shanghai's two airports – both have regular shuttle buses to the city that take around 3 hours. You can also catch a high-speed train from cities like Shanghai (35 minutes), Nanjing (1 hour 15 minutes) or Beijing (4 hours 15 minutes). Navigate Suzhou itself via the extensive subway system and local bus routes, or rent a bike to explore the city using pedal power. 

We have 6 hostels in Suzhou with an average rating of 8.5 based on 2,173 reviews 6 of 6 properties available in Suzhou

About Suzhou

To the west of Shanghai, romantic Suzhou has centuries of culture and art behind it. You can glide on a gondola through a latticework of glassy canals crisis-crossed with arched bridges, or discover Old China in a traditional teahouse. This is the birthplace of Kunqu opera (one of the oldest styles of Chinese opera), but the city's crowning glory is its classical gardens. You'll find over 60 of these flowery spaces lit by delicate paper lanterns at night, several of which are on the World Heritage List. 

In keeping with the city's cultural past, Suzhou hostels often have an artsy touch. You can stay in boutique accommodation with whitewashed walls and green tumbling plants, a traditional house with four-poster beds in private rooms or a contemporary hostel designed by a well-known architect. One Suzhou hostel even puts out its own weekly podcast. Expect social spaces like on-site bars, cafés and lounges, and most hostels in Suzhou have board games, books to read or even free postcards for you to send home.

The centre of Suzhou is Gusu District; this is where you'll find the city's oldest buildings, gardens and picturesque areas like Shantang Old Street and Pingjiang Ancient Street filled with bars, restaurants and teahouses. To the west is the Grand Canal, the longest and oldest man-made canal in the world. Head east for Suzhou Industrial Park, a large district containing most of the city's skyscrapers (including the 452-metre-tall Suzhou IFS Tower). To the south, you'll find a magical network of interconnected lakes and the picturesque Zhouzhuang Water Town.

While Suzhou is rapidly modernising, it's also home to awe-inspiring vistas locked in the past. Top picks include the 16th-century Humble Administrator’s Garden known for its zigzag bridges, or the Lingering Garden's ornate viewing pavilions. You can learn about the city's silk industry at the Suzhou Silk Museum, or experience a thrilling night-time opera performance at the Master of Nets Garden. For sweeping city panoramas and a landmark pagoda, climb Tiger Hill before spending a relaxed afternoon wandering the lantern-lit alleys of Zhouzhuang Water Town.

To get to Suzhou, it's best to fly into one of Shanghai's two airports – both have regular shuttle buses to the city that take around 3 hours. You can also catch a high-speed train from cities like Shanghai (35 minutes), Nanjing (1 hour 15 minutes) or Beijing (4 hours 15 minutes). Navigate Suzhou itself via the extensive subway system and local bus routes, or rent a bike to explore the city using pedal power.