HI/YHA Hostels in Beijing

  • Forbidden City

    You’ll be immersed in the culture and chaos of Beijing the moment you land at the international airport. A city of modern mayhem, combined with tradition and diverse cultural history.

    With nine HI/YHA hostels to choose from, you are sure to find a place to put up your feet after exhausting day of taking in the famous sites.

    Peking Youth Hostel

    Beijing’s traditionally-styled Peking Youth Hostel is conveniently located  in the middle of Beijing’s most colourful Hutong district,  a few blocks north of the Forbidden City and just east of Houhai and Qianhai Lakes. Tours to the Great Wall depart daily from the hostel’s reception. While the interior is traditional style, all modern amenities are offered including air-conditioning, free wireless internet access, bar, reading corner, laundry facility and luggage storage. Both dorm and private rooms are available.

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    Peking Yard Hostel 

    Another option for those after a tradition experience, this Beijing YHA hostel features a Qing-dynasty courtyard and is located within another of the city's historic hutong districts. This is a quiet oasis to escape form the hustle and bustle of Beijing. Temple of Heaven, the Forbidden City and Summer Palace are all easily accessible from this unique hostel.

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    Drum Tower Youth Hostel

    For those after a more contemporary-style hostel, opt for this large and lively HI/YHA hostel. Nearby must-see attractions include the Bell Tower and Drum Tower, Temple Earth Park as well as the Forbidden City. At the end of a hard day, relax and take in the view of the surrounding neighbourhoods on the rooftop terrace.

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    Other Beijing HI/YHA hostels include the Beijing Heyuan International YH, Far East International Youth Hostel, Beijing Ann Tour YH, the Lama Temple International Youth Hostel and P. Loft YH.

    Remember to pick up a YHA Australian membership before you leave and you’ll get discounted rates at each of these hostels.

    Before you go, why not consider a tour with Dragon Bus (China’s only hop-on, hop-off backpacker bus), Contiki Asia, Intrepid or Gecko and combine this with YHA Travel insurance - you’ll receive 25% off your insurance and 5% off the value of your tour. The team at YHA Travel can help you organise this and more.