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“Commercial but locals like to congregate”
Review of Tang Paradise

Tang Paradise
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Reviewed October 10, 2013

Big and open space surrounded by a lot of eating, and lodging. The center of the plaza,can look toward the Big Yan Tower, and Bell Tower in the other direction. Good place for people watching and watching people flying kites. Some kites are way high up in the sky and maybe a mile long of multiple kites.

Thank twosc
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Reviewed October 10, 2013

We were so pleased that we decided to see this optional dinner and show!
Firstly, the food was bountiful and very good indeed - surprisingly at these sort of events!
But it was the show itself that took our breath away - simply brilliant!
It truly showed off the diversity of Chinese culture over the years and was visually stunning!
A must do when you're in this lovely city!

1  Thank John D
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Reviewed September 21, 2013

Going with an expert in Tang Dynasty history and art made me appreciate this hotel. Atmospheric, and faithful to Tang aethestics, including details of roof, the Tang red of the carpets, the flower medallions in the carpet design,and replicas of Tang statues sprinkled along the hallways, hanging lights that evoke weeping willow or wisteria. A great deal of money was invested in this 58-room hotel, which is attached to the Qujiang Park, playground of Tang emperors. If you like history and architecture, you will love this hotel. It is not a city hotel, nor a tourist hotel at all. It is a quiet and lovely 5-star hotel. However breakfast is at most 3-stars with cold and oily food.

Thank leevidaga
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Reviewed July 12, 2013

Yes, it is just another shopping/eating area but it is rather beautiful and close to the Wild Goose Pagoda. You can also catch a bus from here to The Terra Cotta Worriers. I think that it is No 65 but please check. Note it takes ages and ages as it goes round and round the area before it reaches it's destination.

Thank Laird Philip K
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Reviewed July 11, 2013

definately have the dumpling dinner bedore the show. both we excellent for all ages. The costumes, the music, the dancing, the dumplings---- good day

Thank trvlkrsten
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