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All reviews buddha zen wenshu monastery old style pedestrian area hotel is located no elevator food stalls foot massage small bathroom loved this hotel wontons busy city third floor tea house chinese style sitting area modern amenities
Stayed here for a long weekend in Chengdu, and could not be happier. It’s located in a lovely area by the Wenshu Monastery, about a 30 min walk from the wide and narrow alley. The room was not big but it was comfortable, and the...More
Gréât location in a nice buzzy area with a music bar just up the road plus some nice shops and a local market.
Hotel is built round an internal courtyard. Our room was a large corner one. No balcony like some but very spacious with...More
Qingyang is an authentic neighbourhood in mostly modern Chengdu. The BuddhaZen Hotel is a bit hard to find (our taxi driver could not find it), but once you are there, it turns out to be a charming hotel, with lots of nice modern touches inside....More
Loved this hotel. Authentically restored to an immaculate condition, our room was beautifully comfortable with a small balcony overlooking the pedestrianised street outside. Made for a quiet night's sleep. The shops in the area are small and based around local crafts. There is also a...More
This was the second time we have stayed at this hotel. It is a charming hotel, built in traditional Chinese style around a lovely courtyard in a delightful reconstructed area next to a genuine old monastery. The rooms are beautiful. The only caveat is that...More
We didn't notice any noise from the building works during the night and we were out for most of the daylight hours. Our min critism of the hotel was the lack of a bar (or social meeting place to converse with other hotel... More
We didn't notice any noise from the building works during the night and we were out for most of the daylight hours. Our min critism of the hotel was the lack of a bar (or social meeting place to converse with other hotel guest and the total lack of any concession to western tastes on the evening food menu.
We also never heard about PSB. No one asked for our documents in China, except for hotels, trains and airplanes. There was no problem with this at all.
P.S. maybe travel company has some information about it.