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This was my third time to stay at this hotel in October 2016. The location is superb, There are a few other hotels near it and newer than WangFu hotel. But of course the room rate is better comparing to the other bigger newer hotels....More
We stayed here on a Wendy Wu tour - we were told it was a government hotel.
The hotel was clean enough and facilities included kettle and bottled water.
There were issues in our group with getting hot water in the shower and some of...More
Hotel used by Wendy Wu tours - basic hotel but not clean.
Walk into the lobby and its freezing cold in early October. No heat. Room looked good but shower (basically the whole bathroom is the shower) stall is dirty. You need to wear your...More
Loved the décor of this Tibetan hotel, staff were very friendly. Had walking shoes repaired and left at reception, staff were all smiles when I came to collect them. The room was small and very basic, comfortable for one night's stay. Was surprised how modern...More
This government-owned hotel is in the poorest part of the poorest province in China, and the facilities do not match those in other towns. My wife and I spent two nights here on a Wendy Wu 'Silk Road Explorer' tour, and our room (no.611) had...More
US$23 - US$58 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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