Looking for a place to stay in Dandong? Then look no further than Lifes Bussines Hotel, a budget friendly hotel that brings the best of Dandong to your doorstep.
Rooms at Lifes Bussines Hotel offer air conditioning.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including room service and baggage storage. Guests of Lifes Bussines Hotel are also welcome to enjoy an on-site restaurant.
For those interested in checking out Baoguang Temple (1.7 mi) while visiting Dandong, Lifes Bussines Hotel is a short distance away.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Dandong North Korean Restsurant, Haizhiwei Turn Round Sushi, and DongHai Guan, which are some Asian restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular history museums such as Korean War Memorial.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Lifes Bussines Hotel as you experience everything Dandong has to offer.
Great place for budget travel - rooms are a bit worn, but clean with comfortable bed. Room comes with free bottled water, other drinks (available in the room) are paid extra. There is no fridge in the room. There is either english speaking person at reception or the staff uses mobile translation app if needed, so you can still manage to communicate. Hotel has a great location - walking distance (10min) to/from Railway station and around 10-15 minutes to river bank and bridges. Tesco (Vanguard) is just across the square, Korea street is around 5 minutes walking. Taxi to Hushan great wall is around 60RMB one way. There are only 2 elevators, so if you have upper floors you might wait a bit during rush hours.
This is a great hotel - it is located about 10-Minnesota yes walk from the train station, and about 5 minutes from Koryo Street and a bit further to the waterfront. The lobby and public spaces are clean and modern, and my room had a spectacular view of the Yalu River and North Korea. The bed was comfy and clean - the towels were new and fluffy Togo with the copious hot water that was available at all times. There is a restaurant on the 9th floor that I did not try. There is a KFC and Tesco across the street to get sundries and whatnot. My only complaint was that the room was a bit hot. I never turned the heater on but the room was a bit warm. It was 5-degrees and snowing outside so I opened the small outside window to vent, and it was fine. Great place for my 1-night adventure!…
The Life's Business Hotel is a 10 minute walk from Dandong Railway Station and about the same to the Broken Bridge making it very conveniently situated. The lobby of the hotel was bright and nicely decorated with free tea available.Check in was quite straightforward and it didn't take long before I was given my key card for the Theme Room I had booked. The Theme Room was on the 17th Floor, it was spacious and nicely decorated with a side view of the Yalu River. The bed was extremely comfortable, the wall mounted TV had a good range of domestic and international channels. In the room was a kettle, fridge as well as little extras such as slippers and complimentary bottles of water. The bathroom was of reasonable size with a fairly powerful shower, there was also a small selection of complimentary toliletries. This is a very good hotel and represents tremendous value for money as well as being conveniently located and for those reasons I would stay at the hotel if I was visiting the area again.…
Life's Hotel Traveled with my husband and 4 young children (aged 10 and under) over Chinese New Year This is a budget hotel with comfortable beds Pros Comfortable beds with soft mattresses (rare in China) Affordable 160¥ per room per night which is about $25 Cheap cafe (less than $10 for all of our family to eat the breakfast buffet) Friendly staff 10th floor is non-smoking View of river and lighted bridge Free bottled water, slippers, tooth brushes, shampoo, etc in room Fridge in room Fast WiFi (easy streaming if you have a vpn) Chance to master your charades skills and use the bing translate app Cons Staff speak minimal (but some) English They initially put us in an inferior room without the things we had requested (on a smoking floor). Some rooms are in need of updating and dirty. No children's tv channel. "Breakfast" buffet does not have many breakfast foods familiar to western children. There were dumplings, tea eggs, stir fry, fried rice, and other Chinese foods. My children made toast with jam and ate oranges from the buffet in addition to sampling the other things.…
I stayed in hostel Arevik for 3 nights and It was very good there! The owner was very hospitable and wecoming! We cook "shashlik" togheter and spend nice time. I recomand to everyone when you are in Stepaneker to stay over night in Arevik hostel!