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Reviewed 17 June 2017

Spend a night here before going up Yellow Mountain 'Huangshan' (黄山). The place is very big and modern but the neighborhood is quiet. Location is near the main riverside of Tunxi 屯溪 (Huangshan Town) on Tiandu Ave, a bit out of way from the main bustle of Tunxi Old Town (屯溪老街). But it's only 5-10 minutes away by taxi, or around 15 元 to the old town. It's also around 30 minutes to the Huangshan bus station.

This place is accustomed of receiving foreign group tours like from Korea, Japan, and Indonesia, so you'll see group tour bus and direction is shown in 3 languages (Chinese, English, Korean). But even when they often receive foreign tourist, only several staff speak good English, most staff still didn't speak enough English. I think they use group tours to make the occupancy rate high and cover the cost, as the hotel seems to be too big to operate at this price ranges if they don't have high occupancy rate.

You can choose rooms between smoking and non-smoking rooms. We opt for non-smoking as my family are all non-smokers. The room is clean, quite spacious, and given full amenities so no concern here. Breakfast is very disappointing though, even though they have several choice but all is a downer, don't expect much. Get dinner in the Old Town instead. It's much more worth it, you get choices and get to try local specialties.

Reception staff can arrange you transportation to Yellow Mountain and several other attractions around (Hongcun, Qiankou, Chengkan, Qiyunshan, etc). I hire a black taxi though (like Uber, not with hotel), for 160 元 to Huangshan Bus Station (in Tangkou, the village at the foot of the mountain) one-way (2016 price). From here is where you take a bus to Huangshan Scenic Area. They also let us store our luggage during our time in the mountain for no additional fee, so it's a plus.

Overall it's an okay experience, 4 out of 5 with me adding one more point given the price range (only 30 bucks from agoda!) of otherwise okay hotel. But I'll try to stay closer to the old town next time, just to get a different experience.

Room tip: You can choose between smoking and non-smoking room and even request room with riverside view, but this is subject to availability.
Date of stay: July 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank hanzjo
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Reviewed 28 May 2017

My husband, older sister and I travelling as a group stayed at the Tiandu for two nights. The room was basic and no frills. The hallway was grubby and needed attention. The saving grace was the dinner down stairs where the food was great. The staff have very little English but we managed to make ourselves understood. We had to point at pictures of food we wanted and go to the second floor where it was delivered to the table. We can't fault the food. Breakfast next morning was another meal altogether where we scooped the jam onto our plates with butter knives. Eventually knives and forks were delivered to our table. It all created a memory of our travels

Date of stay: May 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank vincestours
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Reviewed 9 November 2016

We spent a night at this hotel before going to the Yellow Mountains. It is a nice place with spacious and clean rooms. The location is good, as it is by the river (and even offers a jogging path), and quiet. Tunxi Old Street is just a short taxi ride away, as are shops and restaurants. The breakfast is more on the Chines side, but ok.

The service is good, though little English is spoken.

Date of stay: October 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Horst S
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Reviewed 18 April 2016

We stayed in this hotel with friends before going to the yellow mountains.
We were lucky to have aguide, who spoke English fluently, because only few people in the hotel could speak basic English.
Rooms are alright, but nothing special for an International Hotel.
Dinner was special. A tour was given to a part of the kitchen, where you could check the living fish and other aquatic creatures, the living chickens, gold pheasants and other flying birds before they were prepared for dinner. The summit were some cages with living poisonous snakes.
Our dinner was good, but we insisted not to have the snakes killed.

Date of stay: February 2016
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Thank Wytze H
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Reviewed 25 October 2013

I stayed here four nights while visiting a nearby university in Changsha. The room was comfortable and clean, the breakfasts were OK, the staff was friendly and helpful but spoke little to no English (seemed strange for an "International" hotel). No wifi except in the lobby. The location isn't terribly convenient to downtown Changsha, where all the action is, but it was very convenient to where I was working. The neighborhood nearby is interesting and varies a lot depending which direction you head.

Date of stay: October 2013
  • Trip type: Travelled on business
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1  Thank PCR1
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