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Reviewed 29 May 2019

We visited Huangshan Resort and Spa during a recent short trip to the Huangshan Mountains. This hotel features lovely mountain views, a great and helpful staff, and well equipped, clean rooms.

Location- entry point to the mountains, accessible by car. The resort is a great starting point into the heart of the mountains, and leads into several walking/hiking paths. It's also a great connection point for the buses that go midway into the mountains, leading into the cable cars. Within walking distance is the Hotsprings spa as well as a few cafes and eateries.

Service- we found staff to be friendly and helpful during out stay. They assisted in coordinating a tour, as well as checking schedules for shuttles and weather.

Rooms- rooms featured beautiful mountainside views and were both modern and clean. Well equipped with hairdryer, coffee maker, wifi, television, bathtub, rainfall showers and more.

Amenities- our room booking included a full breakfast which featured a small but decent selection of Western and Eastern food. We found it to be sufficient for breakfast. There is also two small gift shops where you can pick up raincoats, umbrellas, souvenirs, booties (for the rain), walking sticks and swimsuits (for the hotsprings).

This is a gorgeous hotel, ideal for those traveling on a higher budget level and who wish to have a nice access point to hiking in the mountains.

Room tip: Bring raincoats, rain boots, and swimsuit for the hotsprings
Date of stay: May 2019
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
    • Location
    • Sleep Quality
    • Service
2  Thank MJT0813
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Reviewed 26 November 2018 via mobile

We booked a room on the last night after staying at Xihai hotel on the mountain. We booked a deluxe room at the new wing building on the hill - you need to book this to avoid old wing.. spa was included and we really enjoyed spa. Highly recommended. Room was nice and big.

Date of stay: November 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank catherinek934
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Reviewed 8 November 2018

My friends and I booked two twins rooms at this hotel for one night with the assistance of a concierge at CTrip. To reach the hotel, we took a bus to Huangshan Scenic Area (Huangshan Fengjingqu) which is an interchange for buses operating around the Huangshan area. You can then hop on another bus here to head to the Hotsprings (Wen Quan) stop where the hotel is located.

The hotel apparently has two wings, and there is a small 10-seater shuttle bus that will operate to bring you between the two wings. We alighted at the stop where the older wing is, and we were ushered onto the shuttle bus to proceed with the check-in at the newer wing.

Our room was very spacious - there were two good-sized single beds, a television, built-in wardrobe, sofa, coffee table, working desk and chair and yet plenty of walking space left. The toilet was also very spacious as well, with separate partitions for the shower and the toilet bowl. Everything was clean and in good condition in the room.

The breakfast buffet provided a decent range of food - from Chinese local foods such as porridge and doughsticks to typical continental food such as pastries and cereals. It was a good breakfast to start the day.

The hotel stay also came with complimentary visits to the hotsprings operated by the hotel. These are outdoor hotsprings operated by the hotel, with showering facilities and towels, etc provided. The hotsprings are a good way to unwind and relax prior to or after your Huangshan climb.

The service of the staff at this hotel also went beyond our expectations. As we were climbing up Huangshan and staying on it for a night, we requested for our luggages to be stored at the hotel for a night after check-out. Not only did the staff agree to keep our luggages for free, they also volunteered to bring our luggages to the nearest bus stop so that we do not need to alight from our bus when we come down from Huangshan and the bus can just stop for a quick minute to load our luggages and move on to return to the Huangshan Scenic Area. The nearest bus stop is actually perhaps a 3-5 minute walk and it is definitely not an easy task to bring 4 mid-sized luggages there. We liaised with the hotel staff via Wechat and everything went smoothly - kudos to the staff for this.

The hotel, the room and the service were excellent, and I would not hesitate to return to this hotel should I return to Huangshan again. I would strongly recommend anyone who would like to stay one night at the foot of Huangshan to seriously consider this hotel.

Date of stay: September 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Thank Sharingan90
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Reviewed 21 October 2018 via mobile

Despite the raining weather, still managed to capture a number of nice shots.
Sceneries were amazing and temperature was good, not too cold.
Our guide David was really helpful and accommodating!
Physically you have to be fit as you are expected to climb a number of stairs between cable car station and hotel or scenic spots.
Can be very crowded over the weekend end with local tourists.

Date of stay: October 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank YitSengC1
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Reviewed 22 May 2018 via mobile

The 5 stars go for the new building of this hotel, gorgeous large room and bathroom with panoramic windows overlooking amazing Huang mountains! The breakfast at the new building is plentiful and delicious. Amazing variety of pastries and delicious dishes, both western and Chinese. We absolutely loved the new building and everything in it! We spent 4 days in Huangshan Resort and spa but the first night we got the worse room in the old building, the bathroom was moldy and the room was tiny and extremely overused. We were tired after two train rides, one bus ride and stressed out trying to hired a taxi to take us up the hill from Tongcu town to the resort... but taxis won’t drive up there, a good soul at the local store helped us calling the hotel, and the hotel told the lady that a minibus (public van) will drive by to pick us up to take us up the hill inside the park at 6:30pm. Hint: plan ahead with someone who speaks Chinese and English to schedule a shuttle pickup from the bus station in Tongcu town! Anyway, the next day we talked to the frontdesk and they moved us to a very nice and spacious room next to the ugly one! That room was wonderful and didn’t smell ... that evening we were informed that we were upgraded to the new building for the last two nights and they provided their shuttle to take us up the hill to the wonderful newer building! We would definitely go back!!!!! The location is amazing and the front desk employees are very nice and helpful!!!! The super plus, free usage of the gorgeous spa which is a very short walk up the hill from the old hotel. There is a shuttle service to take you from the newer building. The shuttle driver was also so kind and generous! The front desk helped us to plan a wonderful visit to the historic Ancient Villages of HungCun and Xidi! From the hotels (either building) is a few minutes walk to the public bus station to take you to the parks cable car and to purchase your entrance tickets. 240RMB entrance for 2 days, 90RMB to go up the Yuping gondola/cable car. The bus I think it was 10 or 15 RMB. Choose this hotel if you enjoy peace and quiet in a glorious environment surrounded by this amazing mountains!

Date of stay: May 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank Ana-Santorini099
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