See why so many travellers make Jiayuguan Great Wall Hotel their hotel of choice when visiting Jiayuguan. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Close to some of Jiayuguan's most popular landmarks, such as DaTang MeiShiJie (1.3 mi) and Inner City Wall (3.0 mi), Jiayuguan Great Wall Hotel is a great destination for tourists.
The hotel offers baggage storage and currency exchange, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a pool and an on-site restaurant.
If you’re looking for something to do, East Barbican and West Barbican (1.0 mi) is a nice way to spend some time, and it is within walking distance of Jiayuguan Great Wall Hotel.
At Jiayuguan Great Wall Hotel, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Jiayuguan.
I must say, I was annoyed by the unfriendly staff. I mean the facilities were ok, but first they looked strange at me, because I was single woman traveller. Then at the breakfirst I had a discussion about serving meat and vegetables for breakfirst, what I am not used in Germany (I eat cereals and milk).They wanted to talk English instead of Chinese with me and were unhappy about my language level :(( And what about the guy that phoned me in my room and asked "Do you want a massage?", I don't say anything about it because maybe somebody would like it.
Free wifi @ lobby. The deco are nice, inside or outside. But our Muslim group had breakfast at nearby halal restaurant, mi tarik/soup. Most of tv programs are in Chinese. Only Chinese tea are provided in the room
The room was quite pleasant, better than I expected with a large bed and a seating area. Bathroom and shower/bath were nice. Some others in my group complained that their showers were cold, but I had plenty of hot water. The food was good but not Western - you can get eggs and white toast at breakfast, though. Coffee in Gansu Province, as with much of rural China, is, at best, instant Nescafe. It will probably come with powdered creamer and sugar included - warning.
My wife and I spent one night here on a Wendy Wu ' Silk Road Explorer' tour of western China. It has a large lobby with a nice sitting area beside a fish pond, and there is a shop selling coffee sachets and other requisites as well as large rocks and pieces of petrified wood. Our room was clean and had the usual hard bed, a coffee maker and an old TV with no English language channels, air con (it was comfortable enough for us, but would not be good enough in summer), and the bathroom was ok. The breakfast was mostly cold fried eggs on cold toast, but the dinner was very good. The hotel is quiet at night and we slept well. There are some restaurants nearby. One of the housekeeping staff lent us an adaptor. The reception staff have very little English.
Not one of the worst not one of the best on this trip. I don't know about the $20 yuan, as I said I think there are pictures and reviews here of 2 different places. This was a large hotel and if I remember correctly in front of a very good museum. The breakfast was good compared to what we had in other hotels. No one spoke any other language but Chinese, that is why we went on an organized tour. Which turned out a bit of a disaster getting really bad with this city. We had different local guides and they got progressively worse. This company specializes in Australian tours and their expectations are very low and complaining is not in their vocabulary, so they get the worse service. If you plan a "silk road trip" use a company with people from your own country as the service and the tour vary greatly as we found out too late.…