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Le Tour Traveler's Rest Youth Hostel
Location. Situado no Bairro de Jing'an, no coração de Xangai, este hotel está perto de Jing An Park, Infantil Municipal Palace, e Jing Um templo. Também está próximo de Concessão Francesa e Templo do Buda de Jade. amenidades Features.Business deste estabelecimento de 2.5-estrelas incluem acesso de alta velocidade (com fio) de acesso à Internet e salas de reuniões para pequenos grupos. Esta propriedade oferece transporte para o aeroporto (sobretaxa). Estacionamento para visitas de cortesia. Os funcionários podem organizar excursão / assistência bilhete. Outras amenidades incluem uma recepção, uma arcada / sala de jogos, ea equipe multilíngüe. Os quartos de hóspedes. Televisões estão equipados com canais por satélite e acesso gratuito à Internet TV. Sem fios e acesso à Internet de alta velocidade e telefones estão disponíveis. As camas têm cama premium. Os banheiros oferecem chuveiros e chinelos. As comodidades incluem ar condicionado, mesas e ferros / tábuas de engomar. Além disso, as comodidades disponíveis sob pedido inclui geladeiras, microondas e secadores de cabelo. Limpeza é oferecido.
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No sign of the tour desk that's advertised. I asked the staff on reception about tours and they both looked confused as if they'd never heard of the idea. All they could offer was info on the city tour bus! Not a great atmosphere as everyone is either with someone they already know or buried in a laptop looking like they want to be left alone (though this is a problem that most hostels have). Good facilities, though if you want a solid night's sleep then get a private room as it's a gamble otherwise - I was in a dorm and some drunk people came back at 05:30 and spent half an hour yelling in the corridor. A bit crazy. Rooms and facilities good though. You just need to do something to get those solo travellers talking!!
Situated in a quiet lane in the busy district of Jing'an this hostel is an ideal place for travellers on a budget. The rooms are comfortable, clean and spaceous considering it is not a "hotel". The staff are extremely helpful. It did not feel crowded and there was no noise at night. In addition it had a lovely rooftop terrace bar/cafe which served a good value buffet breakfast till 12 noon then turned into a coffee shop/bar which opened till 1am. Aircon in our room was great and, as it was close too 40F, essential. We took the deluxe double (only a little more) and had a double bed, desk and settee in our room.
This hostel is quite clean compare to others hostel in shanghai. I went there in 2010 and 2013 I did like location. Its quiet and very safe. Some local restaurant around, so its cheap many others restaturants and shops around Near metro line 2 "jing an" (15 min walking)...2 stations from people square (city center) we did choose deluxe room. Same as standard room but bigger. Bed is a bit hard but we can sleep well. NO WIFI in the room. Bathroom is clean and nice. You can wash your clothes for 30 rmb. Very cheap. We recommend this hostel
Back in June and July I was studying in Shanghai, during that time I stayed in this hostel twice, once in a dorm and once in a private room. The dorm was basic and quite cramped but adequate, however I would say if you are travelling with a friend it is definitely worth paying a bit extra for a private room. The staff were friendly and the standard of English was good for China. The hostel was in a great location and had a very nice atmosphere. WiFi was free which is always a bonus. The surrounding area of Jin'An is nice and there are two metro stations only 5 minutes walk away.
It was not easy to find, but once you know where it is, you won't forget. The hostel is located in a small alley of a bigger street. We stayed here during a study trip to Shanghai. There is a hostel part and a hotel part, shared rooms and your own room. We stayed in the hostel part so my experience is based on that part. It was really good, you sleep with an average of four persons on a room and you have your own locker. The showers and toilets were very clean. There were four or five showers, so if you have a big group keep that in mind. Another positive point was the roof terrace, the bar closes at 10 p.m., but you can stay there as long as you want. Breakfast is served at the bar of the roof terrace as well, the breakfast was o.k., if you don't like it. There are several american coffee bars around the corner, if you walk out of the hostel, go right. It is about a 10 minute walk to the nearest metro station. If you don't want to walk, you can easily take a cab, the costs are really low. The hotel staff speaks English very well, ask them to write the Chinese address down, the cab drives will not speak English but will be able to find it! Don't forget that the rooms are shared with other people, remember that not everyone goes to bed at the same time. If a big group is staying there, and comes home late, you will probably wake up.
We have stayed at this hostel for one night in the private room. It's an interesting place, with comfortable sitting area where you can use wi-fi, place with ping-pong tables, reception staff that speaks English. Rooms are clean and simple, have traditional tea cups with lids and a kettle and an air conditioner. Not bad for $50 for three people. Beds were on the firm side but comfortable. You can arrange a driver to pick you up at the airport; our driver was late though. However, they made sure that our family arriving later was picked up on time. It is located in a narrow street lane, can be noisy there, although we were lucky. Not too much tourist info available about the area, so use Internet. Breakfast is continental or eggs and toast for 40 yuan (7 dollars) so we decided to walk around and found plenty of places to eat including French bakery. We bought loose leaf green tea at the store and used our tea set to make delicious tea. 10 mins walk to the Jing'an temple from here, where you can also take metro. No US dollars accepted, only credit card or local currency. If you are a budget traveller, we recommend this place. It has its charm and provides a good experience for the money.
I stayed here in a double room for 8 days. I'm not sure I agree with others who say this is a great value hostel. For me, it was a little pricier for what it's worth, What I liked: Pleasant and communicable staff Clean bathroom and comfortable enough bed Good atmosphere and cozy lobby Free tap water near the front desk Quiet room computers in a lobby (free for 15 minutes) What I disliked: have to pay a deposit of 100 Yuan on the first day Amenities are a little lacking (no soap, no slippers and only two bath towels) No self-laundry room hard to operate the air conditioning as the instruction is written only in Chinese Restaurant recommendations: A.E. Kitchen(omelets, sandwiches), Shooters(sandwiches)
Let's put some words about Jing'an District and Jing'an Temple. Jing'an District is one of the central districts of Shanghai.It is also home to one of Shanghai's business districts as thoursands of international ventures choose to setup their branches, subsidiries, and ventures in Jing'an District. It has an area of 7.62 km² but with 350,000 population, it is one of Shanghai's most densely populated districts. Jing'an District was named after Jing'an Temple, an ancient traditional Chinese Buddhist temple, todays temple is a new replica of the old one, located in the southern part of the district. An Art Deco "dancehall" is just across the street; around the neighborhood are bar streets, although some areas develop and other close through the years. The Jing'an park, located oposite to the temple, is quite popular among locals; it used to be a graveyard for foreigners in the old Shanghai. The Le Tour Traveler's Rest Youth Hostel is located right in the blocks formed by Jiaozhou Road, Xinzha Road, Yanping Road, and Wuding Road. Banks, Wagas, Dim Sum Shops， Backeries all surrounded. If you would like to go further, Metro Line 2 and 7 could be reached easily by walking distance. If you come from Pudong or Hongqiao Airport, Line 2 and Shuttle Bus all stop over in Jing'an Temple Station. The hostel itself with 3 floors of accommodation and one roof top area. Hostel could accommodate over 100 people maximum. What attract me is their common area at the first floor and the roof top area. Playing Pingpong, Pool, Watch TV, Drinking Beer in the cool wind after sightseeing. Their rooms are okay, I was booked into the double room. The size is not that big, but hot water coming out immediately after tuning the valvet on. Not sure where they got the television but seems it has been used long time and screen looks like with earthquakes. Show Gel and the Shampoo was provided by the hostel which you don't need to bring your own. Staff is helpful and supprtive, If you need to know anything about the area, just go and ask them, you will always get the answer you want. You may concern about their cleaness, Don't worry, it is super clean in their room and I see the nanny cleaning the floor many times a day. However, their price is slightly expensive in compare with other hostels in Shanghai, the dorm price probably the most expensive one in Shanghai as they seems invest a lot in marketing. In General, it is a very good hostel.
We stayed in a Double Room for 8 nights at Le Travelers. Based on our stay: Pros - Value: for $35USD per night for a private room can not ask for much more! - Location: city central, about a 10 minute walk from the metro, small restaurants and stores nearby. - Room: clean, comfortable size. Wardrobe, desk, TV, reading lights. - Free Wifi: only works in common areas, LAN cord in room. - Common Space: great top floor lounge area and outdoor space. Cons - Cold in Winter: Building is freezing, heat in rooms makes it tolerable. - Bathroom: a little outdated, can get a funky smell. Suggestions - Directions: closely follow what the hostel provides and look at exterior and alley pictures from other reviews. Small sign at alley, but easy to miss. - AE Kitchen: AMAZING inexpensive (same price as hostel breakfast) Western breakfast served all day!! Went here almost everyday. Walk towards metro, on the left side of the street across from Urbn Hotel. - Angel DVD shop: near AE Kitchen (on the same side), keep walking towards metro, after fruit stand (I think). Small shop with DVD covers in window/door area.
We were surprised that although this was only a youth hostel, it is a clean funky type place well positioned in Shanghai. While there try out the best ever dumpling place across the road and down a bit.
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