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Gudders place was great but some rooms had bedbug。 receptionist was lovely & informative， bar man very rude。 toilet and shower very clean
No.615 Lane, ZhaoHua Road Changning DistrictAwesome 87%
zubairmalik33 Amazing place, will 100% be staying here if I'm ever in Shanghai again. Met really cool people and the place/bed was really clean.
1 Pubei Road Xuhui DistrictExcellent 90%
No. 2, Zhong Shan Dong Yi Road Huang Pu DistrictOutstanding 100%
No.55, Jiangyin Road, Huangpu DistrictAwesome 85%
sweetsusan This is ideally located near People's Square subway and the bar area and rooms/showers etc were smart and clean. The bar drinks and food were quite expensive and the one girl on reception looked rather hectic and was not so friendly. They were not able to book tickets for our onward train or give us much travel information. However, the hostel itself was very nice.
88 Henan Central RoadExcellent 90%
2F Building No1 1072 Nong QuXi LuGreat 84%
ichavesg good Hostel Very good staff Only One problem, the location there is nothing around, but with the metro you don`t have any problem to go everywhere.
28 Jilong Road Waigaoqiao Bonded AreaExcellent 90%
areinstein The place was great, very close to everything (two blocks away from the subway Line 2 from Pudong Airport). It is easy to find though the street that is on is a bit dodgy, the hostel is very clean. The rooms are superb, very very spacious, very clean bathrooms and cheap beer lol. The only thing I didnt like is that I saw two little roaches on the counter when I was checking out at 5 am.
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