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Isle of Wight, United Kingdom
Reviewed 15 September 2016 via mobile

We stayed in this hotel as a stopover on the mountain. The view from our room looked right out over the mountain it was incredible. The hotel room is basic and not as modern as some but you have to consider you are up in the mountain and resources are limited I actually really enjoyed my time in this hotel...

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Haifa, Israel
Reviewed 12 September 2016

we book a very (!!) expensive wooden cabin. it was smelling heavily from mold, there was no hot water to shower, terrible! We did read bad reviews but thought- ok, it’s only for 1 night, how bad it could be??! Well, even less that we could imagine! Thanks to the help of our guide, Bruce, who was booked from chinadiscovery.com,...

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Copenhagen, Denmark
Reviewed 1 September 2016

I didn't want to miss out on the sunrise and sunset so I decided to spend one night at the top and hike both up and down. Options at the top are few and far between and expensive, so settle for the dorm room at Beihai, which was perfectly adequate, with a bathroom and no views. I shared with three...

Thank StineBL
Reviewed 2 August 2016 via mobile

We stayed 1 night on Aug 01 2016, I was really disappointed for this hotel. First 1, they arranged room to us which is water flowed into the room so carpet was wet seriously. I have immediately called clerk they told me no way. I did not wanted argue with them but no way I did strong argument with them...

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North Aurora, Illinois
Reviewed 23 July 2016

It is a good overnight place to stay in Yellow Mts. but the pictures of the rooms you see on this website with the mold may turn you off. I tried three different rooms and all the bathrooms had it, so I guess being there in that moist environment , they say it is expected.Bring your own rubber slippers to...

Thank billp422
Blue Mountains, Australia
Reviewed 23 July 2016

this is no 5star Hotel BUT it is a great place to put your head down for a sleep and take in the views we stayed 2 nights the beds are hard but what bed is not in China the rooms had Hot shower and a heater no fridge tea & Coffee & 2 very warm Jackets for when you...

Thank glennkim11
Tel Aviv, Israel
Reviewed 6 July 2016

Great location. Close to the Cable Car. Nice room (we took the wood cabin). A bit small but you can manage. The problem is with the very thin walls. You can ear everything happening in the cabins next to you (shared walls). You get 2 thick coats in the room to wear if you wake up early to see the...

Thank kushi1963
Memphis, Tennessee
Reviewed 18 June 2016

Perfectly acceptable accommodations at the top of a long climb. There are views of sunrise. Separate bungalow cottages if you like. The restaurant has good food for both dinner and breakfast. Not quite as elaborate as the newer hotels, but very nice for the price.

Thank Scott M
Reviewed 12 June 2016

We chose this hotel because it's one of the nearest to the Yungu cable car station, about 1.5h walk. You are advised to have left your big luggages at one of the hotels at the foot of the mountain e.g. Tangkou or Tunxi and just carry a small haversack with some simple change of clothes, bathing toiletries 'cause some hotels...

Thank Superyoyo
Allentown, Pennsylvania
Reviewed 9 June 2016

Room is small on the newer part of the hotel. 2 small single beds and a very small BR. The place smelled mildew because on the mountain, it is very wet and foggy. The temperature in the room is difficult to adjust as the heater turns off when the room is empty. Similar to all hotels in China, you need...

Thank JCT2011_11

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Additional Information about Beihai Hotel

Address: Beihai Scenic Area, Huangshan 242709, China
Region: China > Anhui > Huangshan
Price Range: $62 - $288 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 380
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“There are rooms with a view - mine was towards an uggly wall”
RitaK990, 26 Oct 2016 | Read review
“Avoid the cabins and dormatories”
Georgio2483, 26 Oct 2016 | Read review
“the cost is "luxury", the benefit is like a youth hostel (in a bad condition)”
fritzi_10, 11 Sep 2016 | Read review
“Bungalow rooms are unique and more private.”
ScottM540, 18 Jun 2016 | Read review
“Older rooms in the hotel are possibly worse.”
JCT2011_11, 8 Jun 2016 | Read review
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