Finding an ideal hotel in Neijiang does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Daqian International Hotel, a nice option for travellers like you.
Guest rooms offer a kitchenette, and Daqian International Hotel makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including room service. In addition, guests can enjoy a pool and free breakfast during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular parks such as Yangtze River Forest Park of Dongxing.
Daqian International Hotel puts the best of Neijiang at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Every time I stay in Neijiang, it's at Daqian International. So far my experiences there have been good. The lobby, in my opinion, is pretty gorgeous. The rooms and the bathrooms are pretty nice and clean. Just a heads up, if you're staying in May, they won't put on the AC unless you ask specifically for your room number. Just call and ask them to turn it on in your room.
The front desk check-in was good. In Neijiang area, this hotel is considered one of the best. And I have to agree. My room was spacious and bright, the windows were floor to ceiling. I found the bed to be comfortable and the bathroom to offer a number of amenities. The breakfast buffet offered a variety of fruits and local cuisine, which I always try when traveling. I found the food to be quite satisfactory.
Stayed here for a week back in March, room is comfortable with a pleasant view overlooking a large park across the 3-4 lane road out front (which was never busy!). It was still pretty cool at that time of year, but the heating in the room was more than adequate to take away the chill. This is not so in the huge lobby area, where the poor staff have to wear full winter woolies as part of their standard work attire (this is normal in China though, so not a criticism). Breakfast was pretty rudimentary by western standards, but they had all the chinese staple foods, just don't expect the sort of thing you'd get in a Starwood hotel and you'll survive... I travelled with a chinese colleague so didn't experience the language gap, but in this part of china there are fewer people that speak English than in the larger cities, so if you're mandarin isn't quite up to spec, then be prepared for a few stilted conversations. There are a few local shops around the hotel, but you actually need to get a taxi to the downtown area if you want to get out and about to experience the local shopping and restaurants. Taxi fare to the centre of town was about 15RMB…
I choose the hotel based on the comments I read on trip advisor. I am a a good supporter of the way Trip Advisor helps travelers to make better choice but I am also aware that some reviews are not 100% true or transparent. I mean they are not independently expressed. In the case of this hotel I believe I am absolutely convinced that more than 90% of the reviews are over exaggerated. First, there is hardly anyone who can speak or understand basic English. I had to call a friend with my phone to get my check-in done. Rooms are okay. yes they are comfortable but, ehi, nothing to really scream about or get shocked the moment you enter. But try to order a room service or an extra pillow or towel. You are asking for troubles. Their buffet dinner is so much advertised but actually is very poor in the display counter with most food ready-to-heat style. and the service at the restaurant is under staffed. Actually the coffeehouse is really terrible in appearance because it cannot even be classified as restaurant. In origin was an area belonging to the parking lot. I guess it was covered by class and the pavement floored with tiles. The table are just placed around in a very disorganized way. Therefore it lacks any appearance of a coffee house or restaurant. I guess the owner just did some botched appearances for the sake t get the ratings It cannot be accepted that an hotel like this is given such high rating by any flexible or open minded International hotel standards. The public toilet is the most ridiculous lace of this hotel. The toilet is Turkish style which is the preferred way of the locals. For any Westerner there is a toilet seat which is in full view of anyone coming to toilet. Therefore, while you are answering to your nature's call , anyone entering the toilet can see you busy doing your need and even can take pictures and, maybe, upload them in any social network. The lobby is huge and nobody around to help you to guide you to the reception desk. If this is the best hotel in Neijiang I am utterly disappointed…
Have stayed there twice this year. It's a great place with fantastic bedrooms, comfy beds and open bathrooms. Staff are very helpful and try their best in English. Shame there's no wifi, otherwise can't fault it.