We spent a couple nights at the Wada while in Guilin.
The dorms were clean. I liked that each bunk had curtains for privacy.
The stairs to the top bunks are very narrow and a bit difficult to get up and down.
Staff are friendly and helpful.
We tried to rent bikes, but the less expensive ones were mostly unusable with flat tires and crooked steering wheels. The newer bikes are expensive compared to others we've seen elsewhere.
The hostel's location is a bit out of the way, but one bus took us downtown.
The restaurant was a bit expensive and we bought food and drink outside for much cheaper.
One staff member recommended an excellent noodle shop in the mall complex across the street -- the restaurant with the giant pot in front of it beside the McDonald's.More