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We picked this hotel so that we could be close to Tianmen Mountain and the airport.
We booked 2 standard rooms. The rooms were on the 24th floor. We were woken up by the sound of honking starting at about 5:30am on weekdays. The carpet...More
We had a late flight in to Zhangjiajie so we stayed here. It was a short drive away from the airport, and the check in process was quick. The hotel was comfortable and the food at the breakfast buffet was fine.
I stay in this hotel for two nights. The area around hotel was nice. One thing I didn't liked was many stains on the carpet. The room was nice and the view also, but when I saw the carpet, my "level of satisfaction" went down....More
First off, this hotel does not have air conditioning. It’s currently 30C in Zhangjiajie in mid-late April and the hotel does not have its air conditioning system turned on. They told us to open a window. They offered to send up a fan, one hour...More
In China my requirement on hotels is basically the cleanliness.
I am staying here with a tour, the bedding and things that are usually touched looks clean. Things that don’t usually touched doesn’t feel that clean and I wouldn’t want to touch.
They provided the...More
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Get the hotel concierge to hail a taxi and tell the driver where you want to go and price. It's 50 yuan to the cable car station in centre of town. The train station is nearby the cable car station so offer 60 yuan (or a bit... More
Get the hotel concierge to hail a taxi and tell the driver where you want to go and price. It's 50 yuan to the cable car station in centre of town. The train station is nearby the cable car station so offer 60 yuan (or a bit more at night) to get to the hotel. You may have to negotiate with a few taxis before one will take you. The formula is about 3.5 yuan per km. The cable car ticket cost 258 yuan per adult and includes park entrance fee and bus back to the cable car station (where you started). The buses go from the bottom of the stairs/elevators that descend from the cave. The glass walkways are an extra cost: they were closed when we went because of ice but that didn't stop the local visitors jumping the barriers! Best to start early and prepare to queue for an hour at least for the cable car. There's a snack shop on the mountain but better to take your own supplies. As for the Tianzi and other parks, we didn't have time to go there but I understand there are many tour operators operating from the central railway station. There is also a tour agent at the hotel. Enjoy your holiday.