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Shaoshan, Hunan, China
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Shaoshan Hotel - Shaoshan
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9.2 Excellent (948 reviews)
Overview
The Shaoshan Hotel offers a pleasant stay in Shaoshan for those traveling for business or leisure. Free in-room Wi-Fi is available at this property. The hotel is conveniently located a short 9km drive from Shaoshan Railway Station. Famous local attractions Mao Zedong’s Memorial Residence and Mao Zedong Memorial Museum, can both be reached with a short walk. In their spare time, guests can explore the hotel's surroundings. If you are looking for a convenient place to stay, our guests have told us that this location is excellent. For guests traveling with families, this hotel is consistently one of the most popular choices.
Desheng Hotel - Shaoshan
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9.2 Excellent (218 reviews)
Overview
The Desheng Hotel was recently renovated in 2017, making it a fantastic choice for those staying in Shaoshan. The hotel offers easy access to Shaoshan Railway Station, just 300m away. In their spare time, guests can explore the hotel's surroundings. Our guests consider this hotel to have excellent service. This hotel is a popular accommodation for guests traveling with families.
Dahu hotel - Jinshi (Changsha) - Bedroom
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8.8 Excellent (2 reviews)
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Situated in Xiangxiang, Dahu hotel features accommodation with private balconies. All rooms boast a kitchen and a private bathroom. The air-conditioned rooms provide a lake view and come with a wardrobe and free WiFi. All rooms are fitted with a TV with satellite channels, fridge, a kettle, a shower, a hairdryer and a desk. An Asian breakfast is available each morning at the hotel. Ningxiang is 44 km from Dahu hotel. The nearest airport is Changsha Huanghua International Airport, 89 km from the accommodation.
8.3 Excellent
Pros: This Chinese-family-owned hotel is small and I found them extremely friendly (as was everyone in this tiny village); they welcomed me into their family, in fact - and I shared various meals (in addition to the included breakfast) with them during the week of my stay. The couple also took me in their family car on a couple of outings to sights which make this Jinshizhen village a very convenient spot from which to enjoy a change from Chinese-city life. The bed was a big double and good an firm, the room air conditioning was new, and although I was the only guest during most of my visit, the small number of rooms on the hotel "floor" of the building mean sharing a bathroom shouldn't be much of an inconvenience. When considering the modest nature of this Chinese-style bathroom (good hot water if a slow shower flow), one should remember the very economical price of the place this close to the visitor Mecca that is Shaoshan - a 70 Renminbi Yuan taxi ride away - and the beautiful memorial park to the recently rising star of Liu Shaoqi, once Mao's successor-to-be who "fell out of favour"; both were born within forty minute drive of Jinshizhen) The views all round the building are beautiful indeed, and walks and long cycle rides (the hotel owner found me a good one to rent for the stay) around the local area give a delightful and informative view of country life - where people still have time to stop and talk. One of the many and improving translation applications are necessary - and a perfectly acceptable way to communicate nowadays - if you don't speak Chinese. Be prepared to pose for self-portrait photographs with people curious at your arrival in their undisturbed world.
Cons: It is important to communicate effectively - via our screens - prices and payments made for additional services with the hotel/family, just to avoid uncertainties when it comes time to settle bills (remembering, I hope, that having found the hotel assiduous in its offerings, it is the non-Chinese-speaking visitor who should take any extra trouble to clear up misunderstandings - one minor one in my case).