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We have a range of budget places to stay in Xi'an from as low as £4 per night
Based on previous Xi'an accommodation searches, the average starting price is £29
Want to splurge? At the top end in Xi'an, we have 24 places to stay with prices starting at £52
x The average starting price for a place to stay in Xi'an is £29 per night.
NO.7 Nan Chang Xiang, South of Xincheng SquareExcellent 93%
trunks_x86 Very helpful and knowledgable stuff. Feels like a hotel stay with clean rooms and linen provided. Cozy ambience.
1666 Qujiangchi West Road Qu Jiang New DistrictOutstanding 100%
16 Xiangzimiao StreetExcellent 91%
Peter52p got off to a bad start as they say pick up from station but in reality they meet you and put you on a local bus so if you want to get a taxi let them know when booking, apart from that a great quite hostel in fantastic location close to the south gate of the city wall and the drum and bell tower's, they have a big restaurant and bar with reasonable prices but there are a lot of local shops and food places very close and you can pick up a 500ml beer for 2.5 RMB in the shop opposite the hostel they have a good knowledge of of local attractions and speak reasonable English and are very helpful. and 100 MTS away you can book train tickets without having to go to station all in all a good hostel and I would recommend with out any hesitation.
No. 4 Lian Hu Road close to Bei Da Jie StreetExcellent 91%
8 Chang Le Road West Metro Line 1,B Exit of Tong Hua MenGreat 80%
319 Dong Xin StreetOutstanding 100%
319 Dongxin Street, Xincheng district, ShaanxiExcellent 90%
No.2 Shunchengxixiang Nanmen LiAwesome 89%
lewisgemma We stayed in one of the budget dorms in the basement, which was ok but a little damp smelling and dusty. If we were to stay again, we would ask for one of the rooms upstairs as these seemed to be a little better, although they were more expensive (approx. 10yuan more per person, per night). Some of the staff were really, really helpful and nice, but some were not so attentive. I think it is pot luck whether you get good service, depending on which member of staff you ask, but you soon learn who is helpful so it's not so bad. The food in the restaurant is very expensive. You obviously don't need to eat in the hostel though, and there were many more lovely and very cheap restaurants within walking distance, and street food vendors in the Muslim quarter, also within walking distance, so it does not have to cost much at all to stay here. This is a fantastic place to meet other like-minded travelers. I can only speak from my personal experience, but for 2 of our 3 nights we went out for a meal with big groups of 8-10 people because the communal areas made it so easy to talk to and get to know other people; this is what I liked most about this place. I would stay again to save money on accommodation and to meet other people.
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