Hangzhou The Green Youth Hostel
No. 88 Qing Zhi Wu West Lake District
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Hangzhou the Green International Youth Hostel, situated at No. 88, Qingzhiwu Dock. Qingzhiwu Dock is a small village located between West Lake and nearby hills, full of the smell of dishes of countryside organic vegetables.
Su Causeway and Bai Causeway concealed in magnificent and prosperous modern city, Yue Fei Temple and North Hill Road lost in the ancient and solemn gardens.This is actually an earthly paradise hidden in silence Geling Hill and Gem Mountain, with scene changes for every step, and every step for each story of the past. The forest is more peaceful with chirping cicadas, and the mountain is more secluded while the birds are singing.
This is used to describe Qinzhi Dock and our hostel. Hangzhou the Green International Youth Hostel, situated at No. 88, Qingzhiwu Dock, cares for every little dreamer. Less than 2 km from Breeze-ruffled Lotus at Quyuan Garden Breeze, Yue Fei Temple, Beishan Road, Su Causeway and Bai Causeway; 1.5 km from the Yang Gongdi Causeway; less than 200 m from the South Gate of Yuquan Campus, Zhejiang University; 150 m from the Hangzhou Botanical Garden with Lingfeng For Plum Blossoms inside; 3.7 km from Lingyin Temple; and 1.5 km from the Huanglong Sports Center.
If you would arrive at the hostel after 18:00, please kindly notify us in advance so as not to cancel your orders. Opening hours for Reception Desk is from 7:00 to 24:00, otherwise, please inform us beforehand.
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