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Reviewed 24 March 2018 via mobile

We stayed here for 3 days 3 nights. It is near to all the tourist spots, easy to get food. There is a small shopping street near to hotel.

The hotel is quite clean. Room is abit dark, service is on average. We had 2 days of morning call which we didn’t ask for.

The breakfast has quite alot of spread except they never change menu at all. It is the same FOOD at the SAME spot everyday.

Stayed: March 2018, travelled as a couple
Thank catherinecG3035MU
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Reviewed 13 March 2018 via mobile

The hotel is conveniently located about 600m to the gate of the Wulingyuan scenic area. The hotel is big but a little dated. The room is spacious, bed is comfortable but the pillows are too flat. The bathroom comes with a long bath and standing shower. The buffet breakfast has quite a good spread mainly Chinese items. We had dinner on the second floor restaurant which was good.

Stayed: March 2018
Thank lizcyni
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Reviewed 2 May 2017

The Qinghe Jinjiang International Hotel is located about a 10 minute walk away from the entrance to the famous Zhangjiajie National Park. It is a large luxury hotel with 300+ rooms. Our room was spacious, well appointed, modern, clean and quiet. As expected with luxury hotels, refreshments, robes, slippers and extra skin care products were also provided. Our room had both a large bath tub and a separate large shower stall.

There is a large breakfast area with a huge variety of both Chinese and western food items, but it is very busy during the breakfast rush hour when tour bus groups are doing the eat and run routine. Try to get there either early or later! You can get some lunch to go if you need something to tide you over while hiking in the park (but there are also lots of food vendors everywhere in the park).

For dinner we ate at the hotel’s upstairs restaurant twice. Both nights the food was excellent and service attentive but not overbearing. They have a special local dish with freshwater eel that we can recommend, but you have to order it a day ahead and have it the next evening. However, note that the eel dish is cooked with pork, so if you were hoping for a strictly fish dish, this will probably not be what you want (but it is tasty).

The hotel staff were very friendly and helpful with advice on how best to navigate the bus/cable car/elevator/escalators and hiking paths to get around the various areas of the park. The range of options are a bit overwhelming. We chose to do cable car up one day and bus on a second day, dropping us off at a stop where we could do a 7.5km hike through the mountains to the next bus area, then turn around and hike back to the first bus drop off area. It was quite a magical experience walking through the mountains along the small river stream. Returning back along the same path looked totally different than the first part because the sunlight changes the direction of the shadows between the mountains as the day progresses.

The hotel was a relaxing finish to each day of exploration in ‘Avatar-land'. As you may have already noted in your own research, for the price of a standard Holiday Inn room in NorthAm, you can have a four star experience at a luxury hotel in China. We didn't do this every night during our three week trip but when we saw excellent accomodations such as the Qinghe Jinjiang International Hotel it was hard to say no.

Room Tip: We were on the fifth floor facing the back of the hotel, which was quiet. The elevators are fast and quiet.
  • Stayed: April 2017, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank WalterCooke
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Reviewed 27 April 2017 via mobile

This hotel was very nice. The rooms were spacious. Very nice bathroom with shower and tub, the staff was very attentive.
The restaurant had a good variety of western and Asian item on the menu.
The location is awesome, considering you are going to the national park. We walked through the adjacent streets where they had plenty of shops and restaurants. There was only one BUT, considering is a five start hotel, cleanliness could be a bit better, our shower was pretty moldy, I brought it to the attention of the front desk after the first night, and through our three day stay, they did nothing about it.
They other but was the massage place, the attendant at the reception smoking while we inquire about their services, I guess that is ok for Chinese but not for me.

Stayed: April 2017
2  Thank yeicacol
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Reviewed 2 April 2017 via mobile

The hotel restaurant is great. We sampled the traditional Smoked Pork (臘肉, la rou) with Jue Ba (厥粑). And it was great. It was done right with hearty cut of the pork, the and not so greasy. The service was much better than my expectation. Prompt, attentive, but never intrusive. It was a great experience in this remote area.

Stayed: March 2017, travelled as a couple
1  Thank Steve P
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