OP Youth Hostel

District Jin Sha Road Basin Area, Hengyang City, Hunan Province, Hengshan, China

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OP Youth Hostel in Nanyue Mountain scenic spots under a street, there is a unified folk flavor into the store, you will feel its unique charm.We in the visitor center near the golden basin area, from the hostel to the climbing is as long as 1 minutes.

OP Youth Hostel in Nanyue Mountain scenic spots under a street, there is a unified folk flavor into the store, you will feel its unique charm.We in the visitor center near the golden basin area, from the hostel to the climbing is as long as 1 minutes, only 5 minutes to the Nanyue Temple front ga

Mt. Hengshan, known as South Mountain, ranks the first among the five sacred mountains in China. It is located in Hengyang, the second largest city in Hunan Province. It is also a famous mountain worshipped by Buddhists in China.

WIFI,20M
Kitchen,Washhouse,Public area,Independent toilet, Air-condition
Prices are per person per night.

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Hostel Facilities & Policies

  • 24 hour reception
  • 24 hour security
  • Adaptors
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bar
  • BBQ
  • Bicycle hire
  • Bicycle parking
  • Board Games
  • Book exchange
  • Cable TV
  • Café
  • Credit Cards Not Accepted
  • DVDs
  • Free City Maps
  • Free Internet Access
  • Free Parking
  • Free Wifi
  • Hair Dryers For Hire
  • Hot Showers
  • Internet Access
  • Key Card Access
  • Kitchen
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Lockers
  • Luggage Storage
  • Meals Available
  • Mini Supermarket
  • Postal Service
  • Reading Light
  • Restaurant
  • Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
  • Tours/Travel Desk
  • Towels For Hire
  • Washing Machine

Cancellation Policy

This property has a 1 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge equal to the first night of your stay.

Directions
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From the temporary bus area(Train station):
Take the bus to Nanyue bus station (about 20 minutes). The bus will terminate here.
Exit the bus station onto Hengshan Road and walk about 100 meters to the East until you reach Zhu Rong Lu (You will see a very large concrete arch over the road). Turn left onto Zhu Rong Lu and immediately on the right hand side of the road there is a bus stop. Take the bus number 1 (free bus) for about 10 minutes. Get off the bus when you see the Nangyue Hengshan Tourist Service Centre (not named in English – It is a large white and brown building on the left side of the road in a large open space. There is red writing on the top and a stone cliff wall behind it. There is also an ABC and China Bank on the south end that you will see as the bus approaches if you are looking out the left hand side.) The bus stop is just past this tourist centre.

After getting off the bus, walk back the way you came from (south), walk on the left side of the road. After about 150 meters you will see a small steep road off to the left that goes down into a car park with a stream at the bottom. Continue past this until the very next street (no road sign) and turn left (there is a restaurant on the corner).

After turning left off Jin Sha Lu, walk approx. 100 meters and take the second right. You will see OP guesthouse second shop on the right.

From Bus Station,
Exit the bus station onto Hengshan Road and walk about 100 meters to the East until you reach Zhu Rong Lu (You will see a very large concrete arch over the road). Turn left onto Zhu Rong Lu and immediately on the right hand side of the road there is a bus stop. Take the bus number 1 (free bus) for about 10 minutes. Get off the bus when you see the Nangyue Hengshan Tourist Service Centre (not named in English – It is a large white and brown building on the left side of the road in a large open space. There is red writing on the top and a stone cliff wall behind it. There is also an ABC and China Bank on the south end that you will see as the bus approaches if you are looking out the left hand side of the bus.) The bus stop is just past this tourist centre.

After getting off the bus, walk back the way you came from (south), walk on the left side of the road. After about 150 meters you will see a small steep road off to the left that goes down into a car park with a stream at the bottom. Continue past this until the very next street (no road sign) and turn left (there is a restaurant on the corner).

After turning left off Zhu Rong Lu, walk approx. 100 meters and take the second right. You will see OP guesthouse second shop on the right.

Located Near

Hengshan, named the Southern Mountain of the Five Sacred Mountains, is located in Hengyang County, the middle part of Hunan Province. It has 72 peaks and extends 150 kilometers, with 800 miles in circumference. The Huiyan Peak is the south end of the peaks, Yuelu Mountain in Changsha City is the north end, and the Zhurong Peak is the highest, with 1,290 meters above sea level. On the top, the Shaolin Temple and the Watching Sunrise Platform are the best scenic spots.

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