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All reviews buddha zen wenshu monastery old style pedestrian area hotel is located no elevator food stalls foot massage small bathroom wontons loved this hotel lovely hotel busy city third floor tea house traditional chinese style modern amenities
Great boutique hotel, on the edge of the old town in Chengdu.
Room was comfortable, though smallish but we had a balcony looking out on the the renovated "old area".
Next to a market, but it was very quiet, and there were lots of private...More
We loved this hotel... the location, the staff, the decor (mainly). The hotel is 1 minute walk from the wengshu monastry, in a quiet alley. The rooms are a tad small but i didnt mind it. Inside the hotel looks like a zen like place......More
We stayed here for 3 nights, the location is great with lots of eateries, metro station and other conveniences nearby. The staff are very friendly and helpful. The rooms are clean and comfortable. It looks like an authentic old Chinese building.
Had stayed in similar Buddhism inspired Hotel elsewhere in china and this one doesn't live up to my expectation. The hotel is located within a run-down and seemingly failed touristy town. (almost like a ghost town), hence do not expect drive-in by taxi. You have...More
This boutique hotel is located in a touristy area with pedestrian zones, market and designer shops; but it's all quite tasteful. It is a moment's walk from the Wenshu Buddhist monastery which is nice to visit and has a lovely tea garden for relaxation. There...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.