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Welcome to the official Haikou Banana Hostel web site.

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We are a small family run hostel in Haikou City, which is the capital of Hainan Island. Our hostel has both dormitory beds and private rooms. Our rooms are simple, but all rooms have a private bathroom with shower and FREE wi-fi. We are located in a convienent area of Haikou City, close to Hainan University.

The hostel ground floor is a communal area with DVD lounge, pool table, banana garden, English book exchange (around 400 books), and an internet computer. The hostel also has bikes for rent.

We offer authenic pizza and pasta dishes in the evenings, Wednesday to Sunday, 6-9pm. Daytime 8am-12:45 noon we offer English breakfast and other simple options. We also stock a selection of drinks.

On this website you can find directions to the Haikou Banana Hostel and book a room. We have also put together some information and photos for you about Haikou and Hainan Island.

General Directions to Haikou Banana Hostel:

Close up map of hostel locationHaikou Hostel is located in the North-East of Haikou City. We are on a large island called Haidian Dao (海甸岛).

Here is a list of our rooms and their prices.

 

Room Type

Price (RMB)

 2

Dormitory

40 - 50

Single room

Single - 1 single bed.

98

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Twin - 2 single beds.

138

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Double - 1 big bed.

138

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Triple - 3 single beds.

168

 Family Room

Family room - 1 single bed, 1 big bed.

188

All of Haikou Banana Hostel's rooms include:

  • Private sink, toilet & shower
  • WiFi
  • Air-con
  • Flat screen TV (not including Dorm)
  • Window
  • 24 hour hot water.

We have both Western and Chinese style toilets. If you require anything different to the above options please let us know and we'll do our best to accommodate your needs. 

Holiday Dates:

During some Chinese national holidays prices may be increased.

  • Chinese New Year: Exact date changes every year because its based on the Lunar Calendar. Usually in January or February.
  • Chinese National October Holiday: October 1st - 7th.