Four Eyes Backpackers International Youth Hostel

Address: No.66 Four Eyes Wells Village, Hupao Road, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, 310013, China | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Xihu District area of Hangzhou, is near Gu Shan (Solitary Hill), Ping Hu Qiu Yue Park, Fei Lai Feng, and Liuhe (Six Harmonies) Pagoda.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsFour Eyes Backpackers International Youth Hostel Hangzhou

      Reviewed by heatherlogue

      tad smelly but very cheap.

      Reviewed Apr 19, 2011
      by (13 reviews) East Kilbride , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom


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      TripAdvisor Reviews Four Eyes Backpackers International Youth Hostel Hangzhou

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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