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Youth Hotel

Chilgol-dong | Mangyongdae District, Pyongyang, North Korea
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06/04/2017 06/05/2017
1 room
  • 1 room
    2 adults
    • 2 adults
      0 children
      • 0 children
        Traveler (36)
        Dining (8)
        Pool & Beach (3)
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        • Excellent5%
        • Very good20%
        • Average40%
        • Poor25%
        • Terrible10%
        Apr 21, 2017
        “Not Very Nice”
        May 21, 2016
        “Passable”
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        Reviewed April 21, 2017

        I spent most of my time in Pyongyang staying at the Yanggakdo Hotel, which has nicer rooms and a lot of activities to do (karaoke, bowling, ping pong, etc.). The Youth Hotel is the more budget option, and unfortunately you get what you pay for....More

        1  Thank Mike G
        Reviewed May 21, 2016

        The hotel is very basic. There were power outages during our stay but they didn't last long. The furnishing of course is dated but this is North Korea. There's a hot water flask in the room but no tea or coffee provided. Breakfast was better...More

        Thank Victoria1126
        Reviewed October 21, 2015

        Included in our trip to Pyongyang. The hotel is basic but everything you need is there. Great view from the 28th floor! Rooms were dated but clean. Warm water was only available in the evening. Only one out of four elevators was operating. Breakfast was...More

        4  Thank WEWEWEA
        Reviewed September 15, 2015

        Great pool, chinese-harder-than-diamond mattress, most of the elevator are not working and that make a mess on rush hour in the morning. North-korea's most boring food. Hot water avalaible once every few days, quite a lot to do in the lobby considering the global quality...More

        3  Thank Etienne1979
        Reviewed September 11, 2015 via mobile

        Im guessing that this hotel is pretty much that same as every other hotel in Pyongyang. Lobby was nice. Full of marble. But the rooms were basic but ok. Very uncomfortable beds and pillows. I doubt you will have any choice of your hotel unless...More

        1  Thank DL1980Brisbane
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        Traveler (36)
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        Chris R
        I will be staying in this hotel in September. Does anyone have more photos of the interior so I know what to expect? Any recommendations of what to bring to make the stay easier?
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        sin3828
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        Room Tips
        "Get a room as high as possible so that you can get access to the elevators in the morning."
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        "not too high - those lifts man..."
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        "All rooms are the same and anyway I don't think that one has a choice"
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        "When you get to the hotel, request a lower floor, so if there are power outages, you do not have to walk down..."
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