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Standard hostel. We stayed in a private room with ensuite. It's a strange hostel, used to be a prison and it's pretty evident from the hallways. Has an eerie feel.
We arrived late at night after a flight delay. We had informed them by email...More
It WAS actually a prison, which may be funny - no window in some rooms, long and dark halls ... it's already a bit spooky even though interesting to see.
But then comes the staff - depends on their mood: they might be rude, not...More
We stayed 6 nights and all that was done was a change of the bins and toilet paper. The whole place seemed run down but the atmosphere of a ex jail was pretty awesome!! The location was ok but once we got out to seeing...More
It really depends on what type of traveller you are as to whether or not this is the right hostel for you. At the time I stayed here it was one of my first hostels in China and I thought it was ok. But having...More
If you like dorms that lack natural lighting, concrete slabs for beds, mould in your bathroom/toilet and doors that rot away while you look at them than this is your place to stay. Otherwise I would pick something else. I thought YHA hostels would guarantee...More
USD 18 - USD 36 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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