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We stayed here for for 5 nights on the run up to Chinese New Year. The main reason for our stay was to visit the Panda Base in Bifengxia and to volunteer looking after the Pandas (privately arranged tour).
This hotel did not disappoint. Despite...More
A good hotel with nice staff. It is in a construction area so some construction sounds will be noticed. We had a room with a bad airco unit, but swiftly got another room.
Breakfast is fine and mostly Chinese.
Very charming looking hotel in a great location however not the best stay ever. Our initial room stank of damp and mold which they wanted to fix by spraying air freshener. We moved to a different room which was fine until we realized at 9pm...More
The hotel is near train stops and a temple.. The rooms are spacious and the breakfast was good.. The spa was a bit overpriced and always empty but the staff was amazing. The architecture was pretty but I do have to admit that sometimes the...More
The hotel is built and furnished in a traditional style with courtyards that reflect the area and nearby Wenshu monastery. The surroundings are in the process of development and should be very attractive within a year or so. We were upgraded to a suite with...More
We didn't notice any noise from the building works during the night and we were out for most of the daylight hours. Our min critism of the hotel was the lack of a bar (or social meeting place to converse with other hotel... More
We didn't notice any noise from the building works during the night and we were out for most of the daylight hours. Our min critism of the hotel was the lack of a bar (or social meeting place to converse with other hotel guest and the total lack of any concession to western tastes on the evening food menu.
We also never heard about PSB. No one asked for our documents in China, except for hotels, trains and airplanes. There was no problem with this at all.
P.S. maybe travel company has some information about it.