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My husband and I stayed at the Beihai for one night in early December. The weather was spectacular (sunny but cold) and Mountains were fabulous. The room was adequate, small, clean, rock hard Chinese style mattresses, hair dryer in the bathroom and a nice view...More
I have not been to other hotels in Huangshan and therefore can only tell you what I thought about this hotel in isolation.
One has to keep in mind that they have to carry supplies up the mountain using manual labour so standards are not...More
We have just return from our trip in China with a two night stay at Beihai Hotel in Huangshan. The hotel is expensive even at off peak season with one of the worst facilities and customer service. The lobby, restuarant, room, etc were freezing cold....More
This hotel's primary advantage is that it is close to the sunrise viewing area (although the closest one is actually Shilin Hotel). Although it is adequate, it is in need of renovation. The bathrooms in particular are quite sad with peeling, mildewy and discolored tile...More
US$45 - US$184 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Take local bus 21 (HuoCheZhan) to Bus Terminal GaoTie KeYun ShuNiu (GaoTie BeiZhan). Then take bus to Huangshan Mountain Scenic Area Yungu Temple. Enter the national park, use cable car or climb up by feet, because the hotel... More
Take local bus 21 (HuoCheZhan) to Bus Terminal GaoTie KeYun ShuNiu (GaoTie BeiZhan). Then take bus to Huangshan Mountain Scenic Area Yungu Temple. Enter the national park, use cable car or climb up by feet, because the hotel is just in mountains.