Speakeasy Language Center

Speakeasy Language Center, Lijiang: Address, Phone Number, Speakeasy Language Center Reviews: 5/5

Speakeasy Language Center
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Speakeasy was founded in Lijiang by a Chinese man from Xian, and an American man from New York City. Their goal was to create a top quality English retreat, where people could not only study English and Chinese, but also enjoy the beautiful scenery, sights, and atmosphere of Lijiang. And so they created not just a place with modern classrooms, but with great food, clean and comfortable guest rooms, a relaxing bar and courtyard, and much more, right beside the quiet gardens of Black Dragon Pond.
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lixin d
Lijiang, China1 contribution
I love it here!
Dec 2013 • Solo
Speakeasy is an integration of an English school, a guest house, a cafe and a bar! I loved it the first minute I got here in the winter of 2013. They offer English classes for the Chinese people and Chinese classes for foreigners. It was a fun place to learn because you can meet lots of different people staying here. The cafe offers decent western food with a reasonable price and the bar caters especially to young travelers. I came back the spring in 2014 and have been staying since then. It is the kind of place that once you bump into it, you never want to leave!
Written June 12, 2014
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longshadow90
Laredo, TX4 contributions
Comfort in Lijiang
Apr 2014 • Solo
Speakeasy cafe/bar provided much suited comfort from the overwhelmingly busy Old Town which was compressed with tourist and of-course tourist shops. Not being familiar with mandarin, Speakeasy is the relaxing place to be when you're over stressed from attempting to learn the local language. Immediately, Author (Chinese) and Bradly (American), who both run the place, made me feel welcomed and informed me of areas which're a bit off grid to tourist that I definitely would have missed if not for them.
The cafe boast excellent coffee, pastries, and pizza (try the pineapple-chicken pizza, it's hella scrumptious) and at even better prices, unlike Old Town which can cause some to dig deep into their wallet.
Written April 3, 2014
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