Affordable, Safe, and Quiet Hostels in Chengdu, China

Chengdu is the largest city in the Sichuan Province in southwest China. It's considered a very "laid back" city and there's a good amount of green space around town. It's a very livable city with a rich culture, lively nightlife, and a large city center.

There are variety of different hostels and budget accommodation options around town. If you're looking for a reliable and comfortable place to stay, the options below are popular.

How much do hostels in Chengdu cost?

Average Dorm Price $7 ($3 to $11)
Average Double Private Room Price (in a hostel) $26 ($15 to $48)

A good hostel for backpackers, female travellers, and independent travellers.

Dorm Bed: $5.93
Private Room: $7.28
Overall Rating: 90%
Chengdu Mix Hostel is one of the most popular hostels in Chengdu. It's recommended by several guide books and it is best that you make reservations in advance. The hostel is located in a small Sichuanese style house that is about 30 years old. It's located in the heart of the city and is just a few minutes walk from the Wenshu Temple. The hostel has been around since 2004 and it offers a variety of tours and activities for visitors.

Chengdu Mix Hostel is also conveniently close to several types of public transportation. It's just one metro stop from the North Railway Station and is two metro stops from Mao Statue.

The hostel has an on-site restaurant that serves a variety of dishes throughout the day including toast, pizza, burgers, and pasta. There are also many different local dishes on the menu.

Whether you're interested in booking a tour or want to enjoy one of the many activities offered by the hostel, the staff are available to help. There are free walking tours, dumpling parties, and Majiang classes once a week.

Chengdu Mix Hostel has private single, twin, double, and three bed rooms available. There are also four and six bed dorms that are either female only or co-ed.
#23 Xing Hui Xi Lu Rd. , Chengdu, China,

A good hostel for backpackers, female travellers, and independent travellers.

Dorm Bed: $35.00
Private Room: $55.00
Overall Rating: 90%
Nova Traveller's Lodge is another popular place to stay in Chengdu, China. It's a little outside of the center of town, about four and a half miles from the city center. It's also about 300 meters from a metro station and from there you can access the train stations, Kuanzhai Alley, and any other sights and attractions around town.

The hostel has most of the standard amenities that you might expect. There's wi-fi in all of the guest rooms and common spaces. Every room is air conditioned, and there are a variety of activities that the staff organize for guests. Every Tuesday afternoon they have a bicycle riding activity that takes you through the city and lets you sample local food. On Friday evenings there is food and drink available to guests.

The staff here are helpful and can help you organize any number of tours. There's a movie room if you just want to relax for a while and there are large security lockers available to everyone staying in dorms.

Private rooms including twins and doubles. Dorms sleep up to six people and both co-ed and female only rooms are available.
No.10 Taishengbei Road , Chengdu, China,

A good hostel for backpackers and budget travelers.

Dorm Bed: $55.00
Private Room: $89.00
Overall Rating: 83%
Lazy Inn Hostel is located in a traditional Chengdu neighborhood and it offers a quiet and relaxing retreat after a busy day exploring the area. The hostel is located in what was originally residential housing for local workers, but they have restored it and renovated it so that it makes a nice hostel for travelers. There is common space where guests can relax and get to know each other. The hostel also offers an escape from the noisy streets. Whether you need time to recover from long term travel or want a quiet setting where you can be assured a good night's sleep, this is a good option.

The hostel also offers a variety of activities for guests. There are cooking classes where you can learn to make dumplings or other traditional dishes. There's a Chinese painting studio on-site and a traditional tea house. There are also several roof top decks where you can relax with other guests and a traditional Chinese garden that makes a nice common area for guests.

The hostel has twin and double private rooms available as well as four and six bed dorms. The rooms are reasonably priced and a good option for budget travelers and backpackers.
No8 Jin Luo Road Jinniu District , Chengdu, China,

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