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Blossom Hill Fairyland Sichuan

No.50 Wumiao Street, Ancient Town, Langzhong China
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#1 of 96 hotels in Langzhong

Blossom Hill Fairyland Sichuan is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Langzhong, offering many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.

Rooms at Blossom Hill Fairyland Sichuan provide air conditioning.

In addition, while staying at Blossom Hill Fairyland Sichuan guests have access to room service, baggage storage, and express check-in and check-out.

Close to Nanchong Teng Wang Pavilion (2.4 mi), a popular Langzhong landmark, Blossom Hill Fairyland Sichuan is a great destination for tourists.

Looking to explore? Then look no further than Langzhong Ancient Town (0.3 mi), Langzhong Examination House (0.1 mi), and Big Buddha Temple (0.1 mi), which are some popular Langzhong attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the hotel.

Enjoy your stay in Langzhong!

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XJ1001 wrote a review Aug 2018
London, United Kingdom7 contributions12 helpful votes
The experience at Blossomhill was good until an incident after checkout mired exposed the hotel for what it actually is. After checkout, we had lunch in the hotel restaurant. As I was going to the toilet, I found a kitchen staff smoking in the customer toilet (there was only one toilet with one cubicle). By the way, smoking in indoors is not allowed in China. And I can’t fathom why Blossomhill- the most expensive and well reviewed hotel in the area would allow its staff to smoke in the customer toilet. Since the toilet reeks of cigarette smell, I went to the front desk to reflect the situation and ask if there is another toilet available, stressing that this is dangerous to my mom who has asthma. The front desk lady, whom I later found out was called Pan Si Yu(潘思羽), did not seem sympathetic towards my situation, in fact pretty rudely asked me to go to a public toilet outside the hotel instead (public toilets are notoriously dirty in China and not to mention I had to walk out of the hotel to do so ). When I confronted her about the smoking situation, she was equally unhelpful and half-heartedly said she would talk to the kitchen staff after conceding that smoking indoors is indeed not allowed. I observed her afterwards for 15 mins, she was just sitting there looking at her phone and computer and made no movement towards the kitchen. There is 2 staff at the front desk and no guest to attend to during that time so her indifference is probably the only thing keeping her from going to the kitchen. Now I have to share a bit of background on why this is so upsetting to me. My grandmother has Compulsory Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) which she died from and my mother who is with me on this trip has severe asthma which is easily triggered by airborne irritants. In fact, I had highlighted that she has asthma upon check-in. Every time we travel we have to bring multiple inhalers, a spacer and facemask. We also make a point to check out the address of the nearest hospital. Cigarette is a common trigger and if my mom does have an attack, it could be life-threatening. It is extremely alarming the indifference the hotel displayed and it implies to me that it must be a common occurrence and they really don’t care very much about it at all. I have no objections to any staff smoking, they just have to do it responsibly, aka not indoors and not in a public area. I called the customer service mainline and again they acknowledge that staff is not allowed to smoke in the restaurant toilet and promised to contact the hotel front desk for more information. I requested for an alternative toilet for my mom and me to use and an apology from Pan. 20mins later, nothing happened. I called again, they promised that the hotel manager would sort things out. This time, Pan showed up to take me to the bathroom in one of the guestrooms, however, her demeanour is as bad as ever, she was like " How long do you need to use the toilet?" " Do you know that we have other guests coming ( it was not even 2pm and check in time is 3pm)?" Her tone clearly reflected her displeasure. There was also no apology whatsoever. 5 minutes later, I noticed Pan had a brief conservation with the kitchen staff (at the entrance of the kitchen near us, most probably for us to hear), but all she said was be mindful when you are wearing the uniform. Does that mean he can smoke in the toilet when he’s not wearing a uniform? Again no apology when she passed by. Before leaving, I called customer service again since there was still no apology after 3 phone calls and more than one hour of waiting for a closure. Finally, the hotel manager came to speak to us. To be fair, she handled the issue well and understood my point of view when I showed her all my mom's emergency gadgets. She also seemed surprised that Pan did not apologise. I rarely write reviews but this is an issue that is very close to my heart. I wanted the hotel (and really as many people as possible) to understand that it is really important for people with respiratory diseases to have safe, clean air to breathe in especially in places that they expect to have it AND that asthma attacks are life-threatening. I hope the hotel management is able to look into it and help people with respiratory disease live with less unwarranted risk in their life. If you can’t even be bothered about your guest’s basic mortal safety then all the supposed good service is just lip service.
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Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
laraw41 wrote a review Jul 2017
Oakland, California4 contributions4 helpful votes
This hotel is absolutely charming. It is located in an ancient building with the most beautiful gardens. It is incredibly relaxing and the rooms are set with an eye for an detail. Lovely tea provided. Beautiful shampoos and soaps. An incredible bathtub - and a toto washlet! Very comfortable bed as well. We spent hours just sipping tea, listening to the rain, and staring out at the lovely greenery in this relaxing hotel.
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Date of stay: July 2017
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
US$56 - US$97 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Blossom Hill Fairyland Sichuan
Which popular attractions are close to Blossom Hill Fairyland Sichuan?
Nearby attractions include Langzhong Ancient Town (0.6 km), Langzhong Examination House (0.2 km), and Langzhong White Tower (2.5 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Blossom Hill Fairyland Sichuan?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include room service, meeting rooms, and kids activities.