Finding an ideal hotel in Dandong does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Rising International Zhonglian Hotel, a nice option for travelers like you.
Rising International Zhonglian Hotel offers guests an array of room amenities including a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a desk, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The hotel offers a 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a sauna and an on-site restaurant. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as NvRen Jie (1.7 mi) and Baoguang Temple (2.2 mi), guests of Rising International Zhonglian Hotel can easily experience some of Dandong's most well known attractions.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out U.B.C. Coffee (DanDong) and Coffee PeiNi, which are some cafes that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Yalu River Broken Bridge (0.3 mi), China and North Korea Friendship Bridge (0.1 mi), and Yalu River Park (0.2 mi), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
Rising International Zhonglian Hotel puts the best of Dandong at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
That was a bad experience in this Hotel reservasions are not findibly , my mestocard was taken by the cash Maschine and broken, Bad breakfast and nobody are able to speak any english. It ist not an international Hotel
We had one night in Dandong and we chose the Zhonglian Hotel because of its location directly across from the Yalu River's Broken Bridge and the North Korean shore. At check-in, the staff fumbled our reservation and checked us into the wrong room - on the parking lot side. Please note, if you're in this hotel and have the parking lot view and not the river view, you've totally missed the point of staying in this hotel. After moving our luggage to the room, we went back down and showed them the reservation receipt. Only at this point did they look again at their records and notice to their surprise that they had given us someone else's room (with an entirely different name). Once this was sorted out we got the river-facing room (brighter and more spacious than the carpark view) that we reserved. The view from our upper floor room overlooked the Broken Bridge, the Friendship Bridge, a very busy intersection and the river walk. It must be said here that drivers in Dandong seem overly fond of using their car horns so there's seemingly a constant din well into the late evening. Nevertheless, we chose this hotel for this very view and in that aspect, the Zhonglian is incomparable. The decor is jarring and the upkeep is, frankly, rather shabby. The colors, patterns, textures and styles collide - none of this bespeaks quality or taste. Carpets are worn, stained, and not thoroughly vacuumed. Upholstered furniture - including the upholstered headboard of the bed likewise had dingy, greasy stains. Windows were dirty on the outside and had grease marks inside. As others have mentioned, there is no avoiding the smell of old and new cigarette smoke. The south-facing room (all rooms overlooking the river) experienced tremendous solar heat gain during the day. Our visit, being on a relatively mild weekend in October, was after the air conditioning was decommissioned so, try as we might, we could not get the room to cool down to a comfortable evening temperature. If you thought you were paying for AC from October through March, you were mistaken. There are many convenience and toiletry items in the room - most of which are clearly marked as available for an extra charge. The river side room had a mini fridge, whereas the carpark side room did not. The breakfast buffet was 95% Chinese style - not a criticism, just an observation. It did not meet the standards of variety and freshness that most of the breakfasts I've experienced in Chinese hotels. The reason may be that they charge four times more for the river side rooms as they do for the carpark side rooms. If you've paid tourist-class prices for your room you might expect a breakfast to match - temper your expectations. There was an attendant at breakfast who went out of his way to provide a carry-out box for one of our party who was unable to join us before the line shut down - a much appreciated kindness. Finally, upon check out, we were told that we had to pay for the replacement of one washcloth that had been used to remove makeup. The room-checking attendant claimed that it was used to polish shoes and therefore could not be laundered. I can say we've never encountered anything of this sort before - but we had to reimburse the hotel for the cost of that washcloth - less than 1/100th of the cost of the room. Not worth fighting over, but presumably, it shouldn't have been worth their insistence either. This is the only hotel in Dandong with this pride of place. For what they charge, they should be much better.…
I stayed here for one night after arriving by train from North Korea. The hotel itself seems like a quite nice budget hotel, but the rooms could use a little restoration. Positive: The location is good, right by the river and not far from the Sino-Korean Friendship bridge and the old Yalu bridge. The staff, especially the young doorman whose name now escapes me, was nice but they speak very limited English so communication can be a bit tricky. Negative: The rooms were a bit run down, especially the bathrooms. The sink was cracked, as was the tiled wall (see pictures). I can just imagine the mold that must be thriving inside the wall, so if you have mold allergies my room isn't the place for you. These details make the place seem a bit shabby. The bed was quite hard, but that pretty much seems to be the norm in China, if not Asia. The breakfast buffet wasn't the best I've had in China.…
This is one of the best locations in town and the staff is friendly and tries hard to please. Since they cater mostly to Chinese tourists their english is limited. Be prepared and write down some handy phrases in advance. The caveat is that this is a Chinese hotel, meaning you will face harder than usual beds if you are used to Western hotels and in this particular case rooms that, while clean, are dated and in need of renovations. Think wallpaper that isn't firmly on the walls in some spots and carpet that's worn out. It's central, safe, ok and very, very affordable, hence I'm forgiving.
stayed here for 2 nights... based on reviews was not the best but i still chose this hotel based on its location... and no regret on my decision... looking right across the yalu river, with the view of the yalu broken bridge and the friendship bridge... the room is spacious and comfortable enough, but the stale tabacco smell is inevitable in most china hotels :(... the hotel looks aged due to the newer hotels that mushroomed around the vicinity... check in and out was swift and they offers free sauna bath facilities when staying with them... plenty of restaurants along the river or slow walk about 15mins to the prime jidao jie area for more choices... free wifi works well and the room even has a binoculars for you to "see" over the river... they have a chinese restaurant at level two... that serves daily breakfast as well and a coffee house with view of the bridge as well... breakfast was good with mostly chinese foods selection and little section for breads, enough to satisfy your stomach... apart for a little pricy, this hotel is recommended for all groups of travellers maybe not so for budget travellers...…