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Jin Jiang International Hotel Xi'an
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Reviewed April 23, 2013

The Kempinski is a newish business/convention hotel with fantastic service, but a little remote from the old city for tourist guests. If all you are doing in Xi'an is visiting the Terra Cotta Warrors, this is a great hotel because the remoteness of the location is not a detraction. If you plan to take in the old city and temples and great Muslim Market streets, this hotel is a good hour taxi ride away, sometimes longer in traffic. The concierge desk was very helpful, ask for Lincoln if you want the best English translation. The staff here goes out of their way to be helpful.

  • Stayed: April 2013, traveled with family
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Reviewed April 8, 2013

My friend and I booked this hotel as it was close to the Terracotta warriors museum. We took a metered cab from the airport which was 171 RMB. Most of the cab driver wanted a flat fee of 200 RMB. The hotel is located where either the development had stopped or is lagging far behind what was originally planned as it seems to be in the middle of nowhere. We wanted to go see the Muslim quarter. It took us an hour to wait for a taxi that the concierge had called for us. Returning from the Muslim quarter caused some grief as we were refused by a few taxi drivers. We ended up taking a taxi for 100 RMB, twice the price to get there. There seems to be a dearth of taxis as even locals were getting turned down. The hotel is 5 star. My friend ended up changing rooms because his room was too hot. I set my temp to 23C but it never got below 25C. The meals we had there were very good.
The hotel arranged for a taxi to take us to the Terracotta Warriors and the taxi driver arranged for a tour guide. Her English was perfect. She had 10 years experience in leading tours and knew her stuff. Her cost was 150 RMB from 9AM until 2PM. She arranged for us to have a traditional lunch which was very good. The taxi driver cost 350 RMB to take us there, wait and return us to the hotel. I thought this was very reasonable to have a guaranteed ride to the hotel.
If you're only in Xi'an for a short stay, this hotel is very good place to stay. The staff speaks very good English and were very helpful.

  • Stayed: March 2013, traveled with friends
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Reviewed December 11, 2012

I stayed in this hotel as part of a tour group and just for two nights. The only meal I had there was breakfast which was standard fare and just fine.
The hotel is stunning.....very large and quite unique with a beautiful lobby. It does seem to be off the beaten track so do not stay here if you want to go walking to shops or to restaurants.
The rooms are arranged in wings and the walk along the corridor can be long and the corridor was not well lit. The rooms themselves....again perfectly adequate in terms of amenities and quite nicely decorated.
There are two great gift shops on the lower level.
As well, the pool area is inviting but hard to find so be sure to ask directions. The lower level is a bit of a maze with conference rooms etc.

  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled with friends
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Reviewed November 25, 2012

The Hotel is 40 mins outside the city and it cost 50-60 RMB with taxi, therefore this not a good choice if you want see a lot of attractions downtown. It is difficult to get a taxi, because no taxis want to drive that far and empty back to the city. The italian restaurant is acceptable, I had a cibatta with was ok, but the pasta carbonara was tasteless. I liked the architecture of the building and the atmosphere inside. The room is big and had everthing you need, except T-shirts.

  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled with friends
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Thank primcircle
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Reviewed November 5, 2012

This is a relatively new hotel located in an isolated area, about 30 mins away from Xian city.
Useful for visit to the Terracotta museum as city traffic can be a nightmare.
Rooms are spacious, clean and modern.
Most hotels in China do not switch on the aircond from Oct onwards due to cold weather but luckily the 5 star hotels like Kempinski continue to allow guests this option.
Breakfast was great with plenty of varieties from international buffet to local dishes.
There were evidences of mosquitoes but not serious.
Use this hotel if visiting the Terracotta museum.

Stayed: October 2012, traveled with friends
Thank merc8989
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