Qingdao Kaiyue International Hostel
Real reviews from fellow travellers
These are trusted reviews from guests who have actually stayed here. We hope you find them helpful.
Note: we only give a property a rating once it has received a minimum of 3 reviews.
- “ Great location and nice staff. Very convienent location for international traveler. Make sure you ask for your daily free beer coupon between 7-9 p,m. One day without hot water. ”
- 20 Aug 2013 Anonymous USA
- “ They do the best job at greeting and answering our questions. Andy turns off the lights at 11pm for our comfort and quiet at night. Allan (best English speaker in QD), Kara, Caroline, Eric are friendly at the bar, lounge or restaurant. Emma (awesome English), Margaret, Bonnie, Jennifer also speak excellent English and give clear tourist directions, room billing and availability information and suggestions. Jenny, Rita, Lucy, Lisa are hard working and very thorough in cleaning daily. ”
- 02 May 2013 Priscilla USA
- “ Convenient hostel located 2 minutes from the nearest bus stop. I booked a double room with a private bathroom, the bed was nice, room quite spacious and above all clean. The staff was kind and helpful, and they run a very cozy lounge area. Tip: when you come out of the hostel, walk straight ahead and walk down into the first small street. After 150 meters you will reach a nice little market which is there every day with fresh fish, fruit, bread and whatever else you need. ”
- 28 Apr 2013 Anonymous Netherlands
- “ We chose deluxe twin private, really worth the money. Nice area in the old town, many sites within walking distance. Free pool in the lobby. Really enjoyed the breakfast tho it's a bit pricy. One last thing, winter is really not a good season to visit qingdao, so bloody cold and windy.. ”
- 01 Jan 2013 Yuwen China
- “ No kitchen, no fridge, no microwave, almost everything in public area is charged ! In this hostel, they try their best to make money, so they won't remind you that you can get some discount if you have YHA/ISCA membership. Some of the staff cannot speak English well, most of them are not friendly enough. Well, you can say it is a typical Chinese hostel, money first. ”
- 23 Dec 2012 Anonymous China