What travellers think

Travellers that stayed here think this hostel is best for

  • Sightseeing
  • Culture
  • Socialising
  • Food-lovers


Fridge and food dry storage area were jammed pack. I thought I would have cooked while I was there but didn't receive any guidance on where to find the grocery store, nor was there any place to store groceries in the fridge as it was already full. Appreciated the bagels and fruit available for breakfast. Located right next to transit made getting to any location in the city very easy, including the airport.


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Tue 26 May 2015

My private room was not worth the money. I could have stayed at a Air B&B for less. Squeaking doors and loud guests after quite time was very disruptive for sleeping.


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Tue 26 May 2015

The location can't be beat! Just one block from the International district/Chinatown station from which you can get to SeaTac airport and many places in Seattle. Chinatown has many inexpensive restaurants that you can try different types of cuisines. A Japanese supermarket is also one block away, so it is convenient to buy fresh vegetables and meat for cooking in the hostel's kitchen. Overall, I enjoyed my stay and will book again when I visit Seattle next time.


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Mon 25 May 2015

We got there late and it was cash out time. The receptionist got our rooms wrong twice but it may have been due to a booking error i made online, the website was confusing. The location was kind of seedy because it was in Chinatown. But everything in the building was clean, although it was quite pricey for a hostel. It ended up being about $20 more than I expected, maybe it was the website being unclear about taxes and other costs.


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Sat 23 May 2015

Your clean crew are number 1 and they maintain the place pretty tidy. The only bad thing during my stay is that I had someone weird staying at the lower bunk, someone who talks to himself, has an injection needle and smells really bad (marijuana i think, and the smell is so strong that the air in the room had the same smell). After 2 nights, i cannot endure and i asked to switch room and thank god, the front desk permitted me to switch.


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Yat Fung,

Sat 23 May 2015

As a frequent guests at hostels in Europe it strikes me how far behind, comparatively, U.S. hostels are in comfort, amenities, modern facilities, and overall quality. Consequently, the U.S. prices per bed are higher - much higher by today's U.S. dollar exchange rate.


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Fri 22 May 2015