Hostels in Wuhou District, Chengdu, China, Asia

We have 3 Hostels in Wuhou District, Chengdu, China, Asia with an average rating of 3.4 based on 6262 reviews.
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Hello Chengdu International Youth Hostel

Hostel - 2.92km from city centre - Show on map
Free Breakfast
Covid-19 safe

Welcome to Chengdu, land of plenty, home of Panda, the spice capital of China, and the home of Hello Chengdu International Youth Hostel.

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Prices from €9

Chengdu Mrs Panda Hostel

Hostel - 1.73km from city centre - Show on map
Free Breakfast
Covid-19 safe

It's a 2 mins walk to Xinnan Men Bus Station(Metro Station) which was highly recommended by LonelyPlanet. Less than 10 mins walk to Airport Shuttle bus.

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Prices from €5

Holly's Hostel

Hostel - 2.41km from city centre - Show on map

My family house centrally located in the city of Chengdu, close to all the major attractions...

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Prices from €6

We have 3 Hostels in Chengdu with an average rating of 3.4 based on 6,262 reviews.

About Chengdu

The capital of China's Sichuan province, Chengdu is an exciting city. It has a population of over 10 million people, yet the wider city retains a small-town feel where life moves at a slightly more leisurely pace than in other Chinese cities. Named UNESCO's first City of Gastronomy, Chengdu's iconic, spicy Sichuan cuisine is just as good from hole-in-the-wall eateries as from its restaurants. The gateway to China's southwest, this engaging city welcomes travellers and is surrounded by bamboo forests and soaring mountains.

Hostels in Chengdu tend to be quite stylish with plenty of added extras, while others have quirky panda-themed décor. You can stay in a vintage Sichuanese house, a contemporary Chengdu hostel with an on-site craft beer bar or sleek accommodation with cosy capsule-style dorms. Many hostels offer a free airport transfer and a few have complimentary shuttle buses to get you around the city's attractions. You can make friends in communal areas kitted out with pool tables and board games. Or learn something new with regular free events like Chinese calligraphy workshops and hotpot cooking nights.

Downtown Chengdu is where you'll find most of the city's action, including historic Kuanzhai Alley and Jinli Cultural Street (famous for its local snacks). Head to Jinjiang district for the fashion shops of Chunxi Road, and high-end brands in Taikoo Li plaza. The heart of the city is central Tianfu Square, surrounded by skyscrapers and neon lights. In a city with plenty of green spaces, nearby People’s Park is known for its traditional teahouses. Hejiang Pavilion has lively nightlife along Jiuyanqiao Bar Street, while there are upscale clubs at Lan Kwai Fong.

There's lots to do in Chengdu. You can catch a Sichuan opera performance at teahouses and theatres like Shufengyayun Operatic Circle for opulent costumes and logic-defying dances. Surround yourself with the scent of incense and the sound of prayer at the Buddhist Wénshū Monastery. To explore the region's rich past, visit the award-winning exhibition of ancient state Shu's treasures at Sanxingdui Museum, or take a day trip to the 71m high, 1000-year-old Leshan Giant Buddha.

From Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport, you can take the metro (line number 10) or local buses to the city centre. Its three main train stations (Chengdu North, East and South) are well-connected to cities all over China, and Chengdu is also a hub for buses in the region. Within the city centre, it's easy to get around using buses or the metro.