See why so many travellers make Weishang Qiyun Hotel their hotel of choice when visiting Hefei. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a luxury setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
While staying at Hefei Novotel, visitors can check out Qingfeng Pavilion (0.2 mi) and HuiZhou DaDao ShangYe BuXingJie (0.5 mi), some of Hefei's top attractions.
The rooms offer a flat screen TV, a kitchenette, and a desk, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Hefei Novotel features 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service. In addition, as a valued Weishang Qiyun Hotel guest, you can enjoy a sauna and free breakfast that are available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
While in Hefei, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Hefei Novotel, including 24 XiaoShi TongXiao MianGuan (0.8 mi), Grandma's Home (Yin Tai) (0.5 mi), and Holiday Inn Cafeterias (0.8 mi).
If you’re looking for something to do, Xiaoyaojin Park (0.8 mi), HuaiHe Lu BuXingJie (0.7 mi), and Anhui Museum (1.1 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Weishang Qiyun Hotel.
At Weishang Qiyun Hotel, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Hefei.
I stayed 2 weeks here on a business trip and found this hotel a relaxing place to stay. Although the staff had limited English they were always pleasant and helpful. The room I had was located at the rear and so was not subjected to the traffic noise of the main road. The wifi installed in my room was quite quick and always available. Even though there were 30+ TV channels there was not one that had English programs. The French channel sometimes had a show with English sub-titles. The Hotel eateries - Brazilian BBQ and Street Food restaurant both provided good meals and the breakfast catered adequately for western tastes even though I seemed to be the only western person staying in the hotel. Hefei is not a tourist destination but the lake almost opposite provides a pleasant area for relaxation and walking. The nearby shopping plaza is about a 13 minute walk and provides plenty of choices for eating out and of course shopping. Walmart is located here also and is a convenient supermarket outlet if needed.…
Usually stay here when in Hefei. The location itself is quite good as far as Hefei is concerned. There's not really a lot to see or do in Hefei but the Hotel itself is across the road from Lord Bao's Park. If you can, get a local or knowledgeable tour guide to show you around the Park as it's worthwhile seeing - not everything has an English translation and there is a lot of history and context that needs explaining. The rooms themselves, to be honest, are quite tired and well and truly due for a refit (which I believe is happening this year - 2012). As with anywhere in China there is always road and building works going on and the resultant dust has impregnated the carpets and spaces within the rooms. Def. try to get a room in the top floors at the front of the hotel overlooking Lord Bao's Park, not at the back (have a look at the attached photo to see what the view from a rear room is like!). Service can be somewhat spotty, for instance, getting access to an iron and ironing board can be a hellish experience! Be aware that any particular staff member at reception may or may not speak English. A tip (holds for anywhere in mainland China) - if you don't speak Chinese (Cantonese) yourself and you ask someone at reception if they speak English and they reply "Little bit", don't even bother - this will be the extent of their "little bit" of English. Make sure you get a staff member who genuinely can. It will just be a frustrating experience for everyone concerned otherwise The on-site restaurant is a Brazilian BBQ - quite a novelty in China!…
Across from lovely park. Small rooms, average bathrooms. Brazilian BBQ restaurant quite good, a nice change from 100% Chinese food. Okay breakfast. Due to be remodeled later this year, according to our travel guide. Not sure about price/value as it was organized by an agency.
My friend was having a wedding ceremony here, so I booked a room in the same hotel for convenience. The location is rather good. It costs nearly 20 RMB (2 RMB tax and oil fees included) from the airport to the hotel. The famous Lord Bao's Memorial Temple is just on the other side of the road. It takes 10 minutes walk to Wanda Plaza and Westin Hotel, one of the most commercial areas in Hefei. If you take a taxi to China Science and Technology University, the top 1 science university in China, it only costs 10 RMB in total. The rooms are quiet. The staff at front desk were helpful and enthusiastic. I saw there are fitness centre and business centre, etc from the elevator. We booked the rooms online, so there was no breakfast included. But the staff told us we could spend 40 RMB for buffet breakfast. I also saw on the notice at the door of the canteen that if you were not a guest here, you had to pay 48 RMB plus 15% service fee for the breakfast.…