Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Xiamen, Gulangwan Grand Hotel is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its proximity to great restaurants, Gulangwan Grand Hotel makes it easy to enjoy the best of Xiamen.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a refrigerator, air conditioning, and a desk, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and a coffee shop while staying at Gulangwan Grand Hotel. In addition, Gulangwan Grand Hotel offers a pool and an on-site restaurant, which will help make your Xiamen trip additionally gratifying.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Xiamen, Gulangwan Grand Hotel is located a short distance from Haicang Bridge (1.6 mi) and Zhongde Gong (2.8 mi).
If you’re looking for an Indian restaurant, consider a visit to Shi Ding Ji XinGaiNian SiFang Cai, which is not far from Gulangwan Grand Hotel.
Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular art museums, such as International Lettering Museum of Art of Xiamen, Oriental Fish Bone Art Museum, and Little Egret Art Center.
Whether you’re traveling for business, pleasure or both, Gulangwan Grand Hotel is sure to make your visit to Xiamen one worth remembering.
Nice king size bed and special bath tube in balcony. Everything you need. have to walk a bit to get to some restaurant. Can view a lake if your room facing lake side. Free wifi available but quite slow.
Stayed at this hotel during a working trip in Xiamen. Overall this is a very clean and comfortable hotel to stay at. Had a good rest and sleep after a long working hours + travel from different part of China.
First the short and you can hang on if you like for the story: The Pros: A great value for the money. Very spacious, comfortable rooms. Comfortable Beds. A gracious service staff that will go above/beyond if you're nice to them. Good breakfast. The Cons: Typical slow Chinese internet. Rooms slightly on the damp side Can be a bit thin-walled Not quite full featured as some 5-stars but close. This was my home away from home for four days working with a few local factories in the area. Prior to my stay here I was a little spoiled staying at the Guangzhou Shangri-La and another very nice hotel in Kowloon before that. Westerners can admittedly very quickly become full-blown hotel snobs because of the dollar/euro/pound value one will get in China so if this is your first jaunt into a Chinese hotel, rest assured you will be more than pleased in your decision to stay here. For those a little more jaded, especially the business travelers amongst us, I still do rate this hotel high. Here are the reasons: In spite of the fact that the staff had to deal with my language handicap (I don't speak Mandarin, Taiwanese or Cantonese), they were exceedingly gracious, helpful and hard working. I noticed the house keeping staff learned my schedule after the first day and my room was always left clean. When I had laundry done, the staff professionally mended a small hole in one of my garments, no extra charge (can you imagine that?). One time, when calling the front desk for a wake-up call, I went through four people trying to understand English before I was able to very crudely get 5:30am across. I thought it was a long shot they'd get it right but sure enough, it went through! The hotel itself is pleasant. I was too busy to try out the pool or some of the resort-like amenities but they did look nice. The hotel is a bit more Chinese geared which I like. I had to laugh at the bathtub on the balcony. Breakfast was very respectful with a good espresso machine and a noodle bar. Plenty of options for all types of appetites. Best of all was the value. Four nights here cost me nearly as much as one at the Shangri-La in Guangzhou. So while it wasn't "world class" it beat the pants off most the swill I deal with stateside at half the cost and five times the value. What complaints I had were minor. The rooms were always a bit musty even with the A/C on overdrive to take out the moisture. The pipes seemed to be connected to the other rooms so if someone was having a shower I could hear the drains gurgling. One night someone was enjoying their cigarettes a little too much and I was getting a bit of it through the wall. All typical China stuff. I also wish they had a more extensive health club (with a steam room/sauna) -- something I always enjoy after long days. That's the hotel snob talking. If you made it this far, I'd say you have the patience to deal with all those things. Go book it!…
I stayed at this hotel for three nights last October. Rooms are very spacious and nicely decorated. Great breakfast choices. The only thing ... I was not brave enough to take bath on the balcony ... maybe next time.
Convenient place to reach Haicang industrial area avoiding the traffic jam in the bridge. Not much to do around but the hotel has decent restaurant with some werstern dishes. In the line of chinese hotels the room is good with a lot of amenities. My room had a balcony with a bath tub. Could be interesting to use it in plain view of the buildings around. Rooms with benefit of a bit more light and wifi was slow (apart from the limitations of the great firewall, no google. Attentive personnel, overall good