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“Good place to stay en route to Mt Huangshan.”

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Huangshan International Hotel
Ranked #6 of 458 Hotels in Huangshan
Kuala Lumpur
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“Good place to stay en route to Mt Huangshan.”
Reviewed September 5, 2011

Sited beside the river, the Huangshan International hotel is an upmarket (supposedly the best in Tunxi, or Huangshan city) hotel that lives up to the billing. It's modern and new. Most people stop by Huangshan city en route to/from Huangshan mountain, and as a stopover, the hotel provides a good level of comfort.

Bed was soft and comfortable, aircond worked well and could be adjusted, room was clean, well carpeted and had a good view of the interior garden, which was quite lush. Only odd note was that we couldn't figure out how to use the TV remote (all in Chinese), and the buttons weren't where you expected to find them.

The bathroom was luxurious, covered in marble, clean and came with all the amenities.

The hotel is a little removed from town and the bright lights, but on the other hand, it's a 20-minute walk from Tunxi Ancient Street, arguably the most interesting part of the city, and it's next to the river, which provides a nice scene.

Breakfast is a very Chinese affair - typically large crowds of Chinese tourists stay at the hotel, and there's a beguiling array of Chinese food - porridge, fried and steamed titbits, hot soybean, steamed corn, pink ham, etc.

Lobby was bright and functional, decorated with paintings of - what else? - Mt Huangshan. Overall, I'd recommend the place to stay at as a stopover.

  • Stayed August 2011, traveled with friends
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Fort Worth, Texas
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Reviewed July 24, 2011

My wife, 10-year-old daughter and I stayed in this hotel for one night during a three-week vacation in China this month. We had hiked Huang Shan Mountain and visited dynasty-era villages in the area, and this hotel was our last stay in the area before moving on to Beijing. It was a strong hotel, easily one of the top two or three of the nine we stayed at while in the country. It's new and updated, with high-tech features such as escalators that shut off when nobody's on them. We had a standard double room, with two beds that were fine for us, but likely not big enough for taller people. The room was clean, well air-conditoned, and well-appointed, with a small siting area. We were put into a smoking room, but we didn't detect any recent smoking in the room. Subtractions from five-star quality included no minibar in the room, and small details, such as a rusty bottle opener and a moldy rubber mat in the shower. The hotel offers hardwired Internet in the rooms, and free, ultrafast, highly reliable Wifi in the comfortable lobby area. If you don't want to pay bar prices for your Tsing Taos, you can buy them out of the hotel's refrigerated cases in the lobby for 25 yuan (6,4 to the dollar), a bargain compared to most other hotels we stayed at in the country. The breakfast buffet was included in our room rate, and was strong. The hotel is a 10-minute, relatively safe walk to Tun Xi's vibrant Ancient district, offering shopping, restaurants, and amenities like cheap foot massages (100 yuan for 45 minutes, not including tip.). The hotel also has a game and billiard room, gym, beauty parlor, and massages, but we didn't use those services. Great hotel for people coming off of Huang Shan (Yellow) Mountain and wanting greater comfort than the inns on top of the mountain offer.

  • Stayed July 2011, traveled with family
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Reno, Nevada
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Reviewed July 15, 2011

This hotel far exceeded our expectations, given what we have seen in hotels in the more remote sections of China. The rooms were spacious, in good condition and clean. The bathrooms likewise were in good condition, marble everywhere, with separate shower and many amenities. The towels were thicker and in better shape than many of the famous five star hotels in the large cities.

The downside is that the lobby was not air-conditioned, even in the summertime. The breakfast buffet on the second floor was mediocre, with a Tang-like orange juice and tepid tea. There was a separate omelette station and many choices, although with the large number of tourist groups dining there, the seating was a bit difficult to find during peak times. This did result in our meeting some Chinese tourists who wanted to practice their Chinese, and had a nice conversation. The food sitting in the hot chafing dishes were a bit soggy, depending on how long the food had been there. Upon exploring the hotel, we found a table tennis room. It took over 30 minutes before the manager was able to locate ping pong paddles and a ball. He explained that they were planning to convert the room into offices.

The location was a fine starting point to explore Huang Mountain and the lovely small town there.

  • Stayed July 2011, traveled with family
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Washington DC
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Reviewed May 27, 2011

This could almost be a conference hotel in Dallas or Chicago...but for the hordes of Chinese backpackers smoking in the lobby! The room was very nice with giant bathtub and the softest bed I've had yet on this trip. The breakfast was an experience - 100% Chinese! I was left craving something familiar, but it was authentic! The noodles on the room service served us well for dinner.

  • Stayed May 2011, traveled as a couple
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Washington DC, District of Columbia
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Reviewed February 25, 2011

I stayed here for a business conference for four days. The rooms are very nice and spacious. Honestly they were on par with a fancy Western hotel such as the Ritz. The bathroom was enormous, with marble walls and very modern lighting, etc. There is a separate part of the room for the office with a desk (with free wired internet). Contrary to one of the early reviews, our room did come with a tea kettle and free Nescafe and tea. Also contrary to earlier reviews, the breakfast buffet included some Western entrees such as an egg-frying station and cubed ham. But most of the buffet is indeed Chinese food such as noodles, vegetables, and fried rice. The hotel is convenient to Huangshan mountain - the trip only takes about 30 minutes. The town of Tunxi is also cute, with an old street that is worth visiting.

  • Stayed February 2011, traveled on business
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Monte-Carlo, Monaco
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Reviewed March 7, 2010

We stayed here for one night as part of a tour and our room was great, the free internet much appreciated. We arrived just as a wedding party was beginning so the restaurant offer that evening was limited and to be honest not all that good - we should probably have stuck to a good old-fashioned burger or club sandwich but got excited at the thought of New Zealand beef. It was also freezing cold in the restaurant but our compensation was some excellent Chinese wine, sensibly priced.
On our way back through Huangshan (after a stay on the mountain itself) we had four or five hours to kill before a late flight and were looked after very well in the hotel lobby
The service was sincere and friendly and I definitely recommend this hotel for a short stay.

  • Stayed February 2010, traveled as a couple
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Thailand
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Reviewed December 8, 2009

Hotel staffs didn't speak much English. The room that K.C. Travel Service reserved were excellent. The rooms were very newldecorated and trendy. It was too bad that we got to the hotel after midnight. We had a very good night sleep. Breakfast was Chinese buffet style with lots of food to choose from. and I am sure that you will be full and ready for the Huang shan National park's stairways.

  • Stayed April 2009, traveled with family
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Property: Huangshan International Hotel
Address: No 31 Huashan Road Tunxi, Huangshan 245000, China
Location: China > Anhui > Huangshan
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Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Restaurant Room Service
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Ranked #6 of 458 Hotels in Huangshan
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Number of rooms: 356
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