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at Huili Business Hotel

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... of the hotel is a square with (in the evening) coloured fountains. Very nice to see! The staff at the reception only speaks Chinese 2. We had a room at the backside of the hotel, very quiet. The twin room we had was clean, large and rather luxurious, with airco, a good shower, darkening...
... but were certainly helpful and even packed breakfast for us to take to the train station at 6 in the morning. The negative points are the fact that there's no shower curtain or other seperation in the bathroom and the drain is on the other side of the toilet, and there's no wifi in the room.
... when we arrived but when we were checking out they seemed to speak no english, made us wait a long time and tried to tell us they had no luggage room even though we were pointing to it. The room did have a computer in it which was nice, as it gave us something to do at night. Jiayuguan is not...

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MarcelTraveller wrote a review Jul 2018
Voorschoten, The Netherlands1 529 contributions298 helpful votes
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On the 21th of May in 2018 we stayed one night in this hotel in twinroom 605. The Huili business hotel is a large hotel, in the southern part of Jiayuguan. First of all it is good to know that the location indicated on TripAdvisor is not correct. The hotel is located about 1 km more south, 100 meters south of the roundabout where the Xinhua South Road crosses the Yingbin East/West road. You’ll find it at 39°46’20”N 98°17’01”E
1. The hotel is 15 minutes by car from the train station. The hotel is not located in the centre with shops and restaurants, but in a quarter with offices, parks and leisure facilities like and open air theatre and ponds. In front of the hotel is a square with (in the evening) coloured fountains. Very nice to see! The staff at the reception only speaks Chinese
2. We had a room at the backside of the hotel, very quiet. The twin room we had was clean, large and rather luxurious, with airco, a good shower, darkening curtains and good free wifi. We could borrow an umbrella for a deposit.
3. The restaurant for breakfast (until 9.00 a.m.) serves a lot of choice in food for a Chinese breakfast, but also (some slices of) bread, yoghurt and even coffee.
4. Because our train was delayed, we arrived at the hotel at 14.30. After we checked in, we arranged a taxi driver for 180 yuan near the hotel with whom we agreed – because the next day we had not enough time - to visit the 3 main touristic sites around Jiayuguan. With a print of photos of these sites, is was no problem to arrange this trip in high speed tempo. From 15.20 - 16.15 we visited the First Beacon tower of the great wall , from 16.30 - 17.00 the Overhanging Great Wall and finally from 17.10 – 18.30 the Jiayuguan Fortress.
5. The hotel is, as mentioned, not located in the centre of the city. Near the hotel are no restaurants and shops. We walked quite a while to find one. If you look for a good and modern decorated place to eat with a ‘picture menu’ (and also a large supermarket and shopping centre) we have a suggestion. When you leave the hotel, walk straight on, cross the two streets in front of the hotel, walk along a large flat tv-screen and walk still straight on along the Yingbin East Road. In the first building with shops on the south side of that street is a good restaurant. When you continue 50 meters and cross the first street, you’ll find the entrance of a large supermarket.
Summarized, the Huili hotel is a good place to stay. If we ever would visit Jiayuguan again, we would stay in this hotel again.
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Date of stay: May 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Dennis M wrote a review Jul 2013
83 contributions64 helpful votes
We stayed here for one night and thought it was a really good choice. We have stayed at many similar 3-star hotels for similar prices (we paid 240 RMB on Ctrip), but thought that this one stood out. It was cleaner, the beds were better, the rooms were bigger and it was more quiet. The staff didn't speak (much) english, but were certainly helpful and even packed breakfast for us to take to the train station at 6 in the morning. The negative points are the fact that there's no shower curtain or other seperation in the bathroom and the drain is on the other side of the toilet, and there's no wifi in the room.
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Date of stay: July 2013Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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TheHappyWandering1 wrote a review May 2012
Elwood, Australia322 contributions156 helpful votes
Didn't think too much of this hotel, the staff were rude, they seemed to speak some english when we arrived but when we were checking out they seemed to speak no english, made us wait a long time and tried to tell us they had no luggage room even though we were pointing to it. The room did have a computer in it which was nice, as it gave us something to do at night. Jiayuguan is not much of a place and not somewhere you would want to hang around more than one day, the fort and wall was great but thats it. There seemed to be no where to eat and drink except in a hotel and the town definatley had the Pyongyang look about it with all identical houses lined up and no character at all. Definately felt like no westerner had been there before, as the whole town was stopping to take a look at us and young people asked for our photos and giggled Hello! The market in the town was not appetising at all, might have had something to do with the putrid smell around all the stalls.
It was a bit of pot luck with this hotel as there was not too many reviews in English for hotels in Jiayuguan, although this hotel is close to the station its a bit of a hike into the main area but for one night stay it is more than sufficient.
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Date of stay: April 2012Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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