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This hostel is the worse hostel that I been and I was traveling for 4 months around asia. Room are super dirty. My room was very close to the share toilet and at night u can felt such u been sleeping in the toilet because...More
We stayed here for 8 nights and in our 3months of traveling Asia this is probably the worst place stayed.
The beds are very very hard- worse than a sleeper train, the wifi is so slow in the rooms - sometimes passable in the common...More
And please train your housekipping she dont know how to clean
40€ per night NO breakfasts
Bed so strong we cant sleep
But friendly staff give us 3 pilows to put on the bef so feel better
All the night chinese ladys of...More
I stayed here for 3 nights and it was probably the worst hostel experience I've had in 3 months travelling. The only positive thing was the location which is about 5 minutes walk to the Bund. The 6 bed dorm I stayed in was tiny,...More
We stayed 3 nights in double ensuite room. The room was big, the bed firm but comfortable. The bathroom pretty normal except the toilet blocked for no reason. There was a hair dryer just outside our room which people used at all hours of day...More
$20 - $43 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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History oozes out of every fiber of the city, but Hongkou is a particularly notable neighborhood. Shanghai was a safe haven for about 20,000 Jews during the Second World War, and traces of this heritage can still be found in buildings and park monuments. Historic foreign relations aside, this neighborhood throws you into traditional Shanghainese life without taking you too far away from the city center. Some of
the city’s best-preserved, ancient longtangs (laneway communities) and shikumen (Shanghainese lanehouses) are still in use as actual residences here. If you like to be surrounded by local faces, Hongkou is a great area to spend your time in. The football stadium, Duolun Lu and the North Bund area await should you need some entertainment.