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Reviewed 9 September 2019

This hotel is up in the Yellow Mountains and you only can get there hiking! And it is a long way up from the cable car with many stairs to reach the hotel (it took us 2 ½ hrs). It means also that everything that is needed in the hotel, all food, etc has to be carried up by the locals as well. I recommend staying over here for the night because otherwise you don’t have enough time to enjoy the yellow Mountains fully.
The hotel itself is old and dated, rooms and bathrooms the same, but the bed was good. There is simply no other choice than staying here or you have to go back the same day with the cable car.

Date of stay: October 2018
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1  Thank Mianel
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Reviewed 26 July 2019 via mobile

Location: 2 hours walking down to Yuping cable car, or 3 hours walking upwards from Yuping cable car station. Xihai cable car station is 5 min from hotel. Therefore, it's a good location choice for 2nd night (1st night Beihai hotel) or for those wishing to stay only one night in Huangshan.
Rooms: small, clean, modernized with bidet toilet. No aircon but with heater, in summer, a fan is provided, making it less stuffy. Beds were hard, but sleepable after exhausting hike. No elevator in the new building.
There is a cafeteria style diner 5 min walk from hotel, with very messy service but OK flavor + cheaper food. Head to the diner once they open, or you'll have to fight the tour groups to get served... not pleasant.
Staff: very helpful and friendly. There is also a massage parlor downstairs from lobby.

Date of stay: July 2019
Trip type: Travelled with friends
2  Thank Ed1982_10
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Reviewed 19 June 2019 via mobile

We chose to stay at Baiyun hotel for its proximity to the Xihai Grand Canyon tram, Fairy Walking Bridge and Bright Summit. the hotel building and facilities are old but we had everything we required in the room. The drying rack in the room was very effective for drying our wet clothes, umbrellas are provided in the room, also toiletries and toothbrushes and slippers. Complimentary coffee and tea also provided in the room. The most unexpected feature was the sparkling new modern automated toilet with heated toilet seat and bidet functions. Great for cold weather!

Breakfast is included, but dinner and lunch costs additional. We ate lunch at the canteen in Block C (Rmb 70 per pax) and the buffet dinner at Block A (Rmb 140 per pax). There is plenty of food in the buffet but taste could be better. Note that the main lobby, restaurant and hotel rooms are located in Block A.

The most memorable part of our stay was the warm service provided by 李家敏,the customer service rep assigned to our room. She brought us to our room and set up the heater for us to dry our clothes and even put the kettle on to make tea. She also sent us pictures of the canteen and restaurant menus, provided weather updates and suggestions on walking routes from the hotel. Even after we had left the hotel, she sent a message to check that we had safely reached our destination. Our overall impression of the hotel is greatly lifted by our encounter with 李家敏。

Date of stay: June 2019
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Reviewed 20 April 2019

OK, #1 POST FAIR reviews. We packs 10 kgs of food up here because reviews here said the food sucked. No, it was very good. Water is 3x the$ below. Located over 3.5 km's from the front cable car up a grueling climb.3-6 hrs. TRAVEL LIGHT. My camera bag is 10 kgs. The climb is hard on the knees, Step stair angles,bring a walking stick,your going to need it. Ladies ONLY 1 OUTFIT! Leave the Dept store states side! This is a photography trip,so hotel needed to be, Warm , dry, with a Western toilet, mine was Japanese,the bidet is nice. ND/NS. Spa, who cares! Up at 2 am to shoot sunrises, a 40 min. walk to the Weather station GET THERE Early,front / left,climb up the rocks to a rear railing. Sunrise 5:30- 6 am, you need to be set up by 4:30 or there will be no room. Windy, gloves/ toque even in June. Chinese are pushy, watch your tripod or some jerk with a cell phone will screw you up. Bring A REAL CAMERA. Nikon D5600,10-24, f/8 ISO 100, Time ?tripod.

Room tip: After climbing stairs for 5 hours, more stairs. Room is a fair size. Your sleeping here not buying the place.
Date of stay: April 2019
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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2  Thank northern_99
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Reviewed 10 April 2019

Our room for three was functional and we slept well in our twin beds. The bathroom is very dated and our shower leaked, but we spent little time in the room. The staff of the hotel was helpful and accommodating.

Date of stay: April 2019
2  Thank LuvCbad
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