Finding an ideal hotel in Emeishan does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Emeishan Grand Hotel, a nice option for travellers like you.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a desk, and Emeishan Grand 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 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and express check-in and check-out. In addition, guests can enjoy a fitness center and an on-site restaurant during their visit. As an added convenience, there is parking available to guests.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Emeishan, Emeishan Grand Hotel is located a short distance from Dafochansi (1.4 mi) and Yingbin Square (2.3 mi).
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out KongLaoEr TeSe DouFu Nao, which is a Chinese restaurant that is popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Emeishan is also home to White Cloud Gorges, a popular canyon that is not too far from Emeishan Grand Hotel.
Emeishan Grand Hotel puts the best of Emeishan at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
it's very big place with indoor and out door hot spring pools. Hotel rooms are clean, but need to upgrade. Very close to tourist bus station. Very nice local foods. There's Bus 12 connect hotel and high-speed train station.
The room was a decent size and clean - but of the six hotels we stayed at it had the hardest beds and our backs ached the following day. The coffee already had milk mixed in - but tea drinkers could only have tea bags with no milk to mix in, so the beverages to go with the kettle were not to western tastes. The restaurant at breakfast was geared mainly for Chinese tastes but there was a reasonable choice and you could get black coffee - but you had to ask for knives and forks as the default option was chopsticks. There was a small shop next to the reception of the block that we stayed in. This sold a selection of bottles of whisky at a very reasonable price. We bought supplies to see us through our whole two week holiday at a fraction of the cost that we would have paid elsewhere in the region, but this was because they had a "half price" promotion. Nevertheless the shop was handy also for buying snacks and souvenirs. There was supposed to be a bar but it was not open when we were there. The hotel was however an ideal base from which to explore Mount Emei.…
This place has such a lovely relaxed atmosphere with a spa retreat feel in the heart of town. The staff were very professional and helpful. The room was a good size amd very comfortable. The restaurant at the front of the hotel is very nice and has a good range of traditional local dishes definitely worth a try while you are there. However the breakfast was not good, it didnt cater well to westerners with stale cereal, it was interesting to know it wasnt just us as we watched some German tourists searching high and low for cutlery for the small portion they had found to eat.
We stayed at this hotel as part of our Wendy Wu - Yunnnan & Sichuan trip. As with most hotels in China, the bed was very hard making sleep difficult for people with hip problems. Also, could not cool the room below 21 degrees C where as public areas was cooled! A big problem with our room was - thee dead bolt did not work and no locking chain, so the old chair against the door was used for added security! The hotel consists of 5 buildings. Our room was big and comfortable but the bathroom was dated with a shower over the bath and a floppy curtain. There were no views from our room. The room had good lighting, excellent refrigerator and close to the main tourist shops in town for food and other requirements. Breakfast provide good selection for food. Wi-fi was free but for anything other than emails, was pretty ineffective so I used my mobile data.…
Spent two nights while visiting SWJTU-Emei campus and Emei mountain. Good location with shops and restaurants just across the street. The high speed rail station is just a short walk. Room was OK. Breakfast was good with a reasonable selection of Chinese and western food. The resort's hot springs were extra, but worth the money.