Reviews of Beijing Lanting Youth Hostel
Hostel | Anwar Xili, Chaoyang District, 3 A 17 (China Puppet Theater, 200 meters south, Anwar road) Beijing, China 100011
Recent review (15/08/2011)
"I liked that this hostel was in a fairly quiet neighborhood, with a number of different food options nearby. The courtyard was pleasant to relax in, and the staff were very nice."Read all Beijing Lanting Youth Hostel reviews
- Air Conditioning
- Car Parking
- Secure lockers
- Lounge area
- Internet / Wi-Fi
- 24 hour reception
- 24 hour hot showers
- Washing machines
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With my spouse / partner
Backpacking / gap year
Sightseeing & culture
19 July 2013
Liked: The bathroom was pretty new and for that in a good condition.
Disliked: No english speaking staff that could help. All information were only available in Chinese. Did not feel like a YHA hostel. No common area other than a big table that was over-crowded in the evening. Really noisy at night-time, which included the hostel staff too.
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Business / conference
Visiting friends or family
15 August 2011 Customer would recommend this property
Liked: I liked that this hostel was in a fairly quiet neighborhood, with a number of different food options nearby. The courtyard was pleasant to relax in, and the staff were very nice.
Disliked: The quietness of the neighborhood made it hard to catch a cab some mornings, and when returning in the evening I would have to show the cab drivers where to go on a map. It was rather difficult to find on the first night, and it is very difficult to get adequate directions from the web. My only other complaint is that there's nowhere secure to store large bags. There are lockers in the dorm rooms, but they won't fit much more than a carry-on bag. I asked at the desk for somewhere safe to put my frame-pack, and they suggested I leave it in a back room that wasn't actually shut off from the rest of the world in any real way. In the end, keeping my bags on the floor in my dorm seemed much safer.