Welcome to Liangzhu Boutique Lifestyle Hotel, your Xiamen “home away from home.” Liangzhu Boutique Lifestyle Hotel aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Gulangyu Island (1.3 mi) and Haoyue Park (1.4 mi), guests of Liangzhu Boutique Lifestyle Hotel can easily experience some of Xiamen's most well known attractions.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as air conditioning and a kitchenette, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the guest house.
Liangzhu Boutique Lifestyle Hotel features a 24 hour front desk, baggage storage, and express check-in and check-out, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts free breakfast.
During your visit, be sure to check out a popular Xiamen shrimp restaurant such as Coyote Cafe and Cantina, which is a short distance from Liangzhu Boutique Lifestyle Hotel.
If you are interested in exploring Xiamen, check out one of the architectural buildings, such as Xiamen Jimei Jiageng Park, Marathon Group Portrait Sculpture, and Xiamen Guilai Park.
Liangzhu Boutique Lifestyle Hotel puts the best of Xiamen at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Really enjoyed our stay here, about 10 to 15 minute walk to the top of Pedestrian Street in a nice quiet neighbourhood. We were able to communicate through Wechat and this worked out well as the taxi dropped us at the wrong gate so they walked and brought us to the hotel. Room was comfy and quiet, good wifi and a washing machine on the top floor. When we we left we were worried about getting a taxi, again the same lady was there at 0630 and got the taxi for us. This hotel understands what hospitality is, and went above and beyond to make our stay enjoyable.
It was our first trip ever to China. We had a stopover of 2 nights in Xiamen on our way from Amsterdam to Sydney. Xiamen airlines has a code share with KLM with this relatively unknown city. Xiamen is subtropical and because of its very nice, relaxed atmosphere, it as a popular city among Chinese people as well. We used the free 72 hour transfer option (visa at the airport) for our stay at Xiamen. Plenty of choice for a hotel and at first we thought of booking on of the well-known brands, like Westin, Intercontinental, Riz, etc. But glad we didn’t. In this relatively small boutique hotel we had such a far more nicer and far more authentic Chinese experience. First of all due to the fluently English speaking and extremely helpfull owner of the hotel, Ben. He was bery keen on giving us a realy good experience and he helped us out with transfer, ATM, restaurants, tickets, etc. All the other staff were very nice. The woman cooking breakfast lived in South-Africa. She speakes fluently Enlish too. And with the other staff, we communicated by speak & translate app. Welcoke to the modern world ;). The second great thing about this hotel is the location. That was the main reason we chose for this hotel. It’s right in the very heart of the beautiful, small, old town of Xiamen. Because of that, in the surrounding streets, you will see many couples taking their wedding pictures. It’s just a lovely neigbourhood, with large beautiful city-villas. The hitel building is still in old style, not very s-ecial, but the rooms are supplied with fantastic beds and good showers. It’s a very quiet neigbourhood, so we could sleep away our jetlag very well. By the way, we booked room number #1, which has a private terras and great view over the city. Bonus: we asked Ben where the Starbucks was (they have one in Xiamen!). Ben told us that, just around the corner of his hotel, there is an authentic Chinese coffee school and that this was a far better choice dor us. So we went there. It is indeed a beautiful old house and, much to my suprise, they do have the best coffees in the world. Asking for a cappuccino is an insult, though. They don’t serve that. Instead they do serve the Jamaica Blue Mountain, e.g., for € 20 for one espresso. It is one of the most expensive coffees in the world. Honoustly, I didn’t like ot. Too strong for my taste, but it was still worth it, if only for the fabulous way they prepare the coffee. And We had a great cappuccino afterworths, in ten main shopping street ;) Oh, before I forget. The hotel is a four storey building. There is no elevator, small stairs. Not a problem for your luggage, because staff will take it upstairs and downstairs. If you don’t like the stairs, book a room on the groundfloor.…
Was travelling with two elderlies so we had quite a number of requests. E.g to change the breakfast to local cuisine. Staff were all accommodating, helpful and had excellent service. Pity there was no lift as the stairs were quite tedious for them. Think it was also not mentioned on the website that I booked the hotel.
A delightful hotel with a superb hospitality. The owner was extremely friendly and helpful. The hotel is charming. The room was clean and spacious. The location is decent, but our taxi driver got very lost trying to find it!
We stayed here for four nights as part of a mini-honeymoon and the boutique style was absolutely perfect for us. The room is a delight and we choose the library-themed room but I'm sure the others are just as lovely. The staff are friendly and warm and the local area is delightful with many about-to-be weds coming to have their pre-wedding day snaps. Good food can be find in the local district just around the corner and Zhongshan Road with its hustle and bustle all the way to the harbour is a short walk away. I thoroughly recommend this over the sterile atmosphere that usually prevails in the big chains. A great way to discover Xiamen!