Fusida Hotel Chengdu Wenwu is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Chengdu, offering a luxury environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Close to some of Chengdu's most popular landmarks, such as Daci Temple (1.5 mi) and Chengdu Culture Park (1.6 mi), Fusida Hotel Chengdu Wenwu is a great destination for tourists.
The rooms offer air conditioning, a minibar, and a seating area, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Fusida Hotel Chengdu Wenwu features a 24 hour front desk, room service, and 24 hour check-in. In addition, as a valued Fusida Hotel Chengdu Wenwu guest, you can enjoy a fitness center and breakfast that are available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
If you like Asian restaurants, Fusida Hotel Chengdu Wenwu is conveniently located near Yu's Family Kitchen, Chen Mapo tofu (Luomashi）, and Chenmapo Beancurd.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular natural history museums such as Chengdu Botanical Garden.
Enjoy your stay in Chengdu!
Me and my girlfriend spend Christmas in Chengdu and stayed a the Jiahao Fusida Hotel. We were very happy there. The room was very nice and spacious, with a really comfortable bed, I also liked the way the bathroom area was separated from the bed area, we also got a nice view of the city from our room. All in all it felt like a much more expensive room, so I think we got a pretty good value for our money. I really liked the way the lights were set up, so if the lights were all out, every time you got up from the bed the hall light would turn itself on, same thing with the bathroom as you walked in, and once you get back to bed, the lights would automatically turn themselves off. That was really cool. The staff was always polite and helpful, and they always kept the room very clean and tidy. Also one day my girl decided to stay in and ordered room service and she said it was good. The hotel is also in a very convenient location, there is lots to do around as well as places to eat and shopping malls, it is easy to get a taxi and the subway station is very close by. The only inconvenience is that taxis won't go all the way to the hotel because it is located kind of in a alleyway. So you have to walk a little bit to get from the entrance to the hotel itself. For us this wasn't a problem since we traveled light, but if you have a lot of luggage this may be an issue.…
This hotel's location is a mixed blessing - set back from the road gives it a bit more quiet but also made it a challenge for taxi drivers to locate. Location in the broader sense is good - walkable to Tianfu square and Wenshu Monastery as well as metro lines with banks and convenience store just down the road. The hotel itself is nice overall, with the business single room well layed out with view out to the road. Wifi signal was stronger than the other hotels I stayed at in China. Cleanliness was OK, but I ran out of tissue and toilet paper despite daily cleaning so they weren't being checked or stocked and there was already a bit of sense of wearing in the room though the hotel is quite new overall. Had room service one night, and the chicken rice was definitely bland considering this is one of the culinary capitals of China. I also had some issues with service - English was mostly a no go, while some staff were friendly and helpful despite it, others unfriendly or down-right rude. Management could work on training - ideally the response to a language barrier isn't to put your head down and laugh. Kudos to the staff who were helpful (man working the desk overnight, girls in the restaurant, housekeeping) despite my lack of intelligible mandarin, while some others could stand to dial the attitude back. Probably wouldn't stay here again as there are so many hotel options in Chengdu, but there is potential with more training and pro-active management.…