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Bangkok, Thailand
Reviewed 19 July 2016

The location is excellent, I could walk to the market, the park, Hotan Museum, the jade market and many other things were within walking distance. The room had serious electrical problems. When I checked in, they were working on getting electric back on in the hallway. They never succeeded. My room also had some problems, at least some of the...

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Madrid, Spain
Reviewed 19 August 2013

Decent, honest and reasonably priced hotel. It offers good location (within a few-minutes’ walk of the Sunday market, Khotan Museum and the People’s square), clean bathrooms, air conditioning, spacious though a bit worn out rooms and friendly Uighur staff. Corridors and my room were poorly lit at night, though the latter had plenty of light during the day. The bed...

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Chur, Switzerland
Reviewed 13 August 2013

We payed 180 yuan which is compared to similar other Hotels in Xinjiang a bit high. The room was clean but the bathroom was not very nice like often in China. (The Yuzhou Century Hotel would be a good alternativ (although more expensive) but at the Moment they are not allowed to take foreigners.) The Hotel Name on the Building...

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Woy Woy, Australia
Reviewed 30 January 2013

We had real trouble finding a hotel that would take foreigners in the city, but eventually got guided to this hotel. Turns out to be the best hotel we stayed at in all of western china. Staff, room and breakfast were great, not to mention the market being just down the road. My wife and I speak Mandarin, so not...

1Thank chrismark2256
Toulouse, France
Reviewed 16 October 2012

Good hotel, the rooms in the back are quiet, but the beds are not very comfortable. You ll be wake up at 7 am by the revolutionary songs played by the government. Very close to the night market. It seems it is the best option in hotan. Hot shower, no problem in the bathroom

2Thank lafforgue
Muscat Governorate, Oman
Reviewed 10 June 2011

The hotel is quite new and is managed by uyghur management. The rooms are good sized and clean. It is located the centre of Hotan City but you need some effort to locat it as it is difficult to read the hotel name as long as you cant read either chinese or uyghur. The hotel is not expensive thoughI recommend...

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Address: No.139 Beijing East Road, Hotan 848000, China
Region: China > Xinjiang Uygur > Hotan
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