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Q: Hostels in Guilin and Yangsuo

6 years 30 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - Guilin

 
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I stayed at the Guilin Backstreet Youth Hostel. It was cheap and clean and I met some other travellers from around the world there which was fun. The hostel had all the basic facilties like private bathrooms and 24 hour hot water. It also has a cafe/bar area which was good for socialising and they had a decent selection of Western and Chinese food, including vegetarian dishes. The location was good too, right in the city centre.

You can find more info on this hostel and contact details at
http://www.yhachina.com/ls.php?id=67

Or you can book via hostels.com here: http://www.hostels.com/hostels/guilin/backstreet-youth-hostel/50871

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